best bike rides in Oregon

Sasquatch Duro

Welcome to Sasquatch Duro! Join us in the Kingdom of Gravel that made Oakridge the logging capital of the Pacific Northwest. Logging is still active and new opportunities for adventure await in May at the Sasquatch Duro. Two routes to choose from for a Big Squatch loop that is 43 Miles and 4200 ft and the Little Squatch loop at 30 miles! Plenty of Spring Gravel Grinding awaits! This is a timed event, so the competition is up to you, ride it or race it…

Sorella Forte Women’s

We lead women-only rides from River City Bicycles in Portland every Saturday. These rides are geared to (no pun intended) the intermediate rider. If you are brand new to cycling, the pace and ride length will probably exceed your limits. You can always come try us out with the option of turning back if need be. So what is the pace? Typical (total ride) average speed is 15-17 mph — faster than a recreational cruise, but almost always conversational pace….well, except for the hills. How…

Whiskey Run Mountain Bike Festival

The Whiskey Run Mountain Bike Trails are a brand new, one-of-a-kind trail system on the Southern Oregon Coast. Ribbons of clay dirt flow and wind through the Coos County Forest in these cross-country style trails. Moderate climbing and fun descending make this system worth the drive to the gorgeous Southern Oregon Coast. The trail system is located about 10 minutes from Bandon or Coos Bay off Highway 101, in the mists of the coastal forest. The Whiskey Run Bike Festival will celebrate these new Mountain Bike Trails by…

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