Pedal Serenity – For Those Who Can’t

The Ride to Defeat ALS presented by Alpenrose Dairy on July 18 is an awesome cruise through the quiet landscape of the Willamette Valley.

With routes of 25, 50, 62 and 100 miles, this ride is perfectly tailored to all skill levels. There’s even a three-mile Family Fun Ride, a great opportunity to introduce the little ones to the joy of organized rides.

About the Routes

Fully supported rest stops will ensure you’re well taken care of every step of the day, including mouth-watering strawberry shortcake as a special treat. Each course winds through picturesque scenery featuring the rustic covered bridges, waterways and rural farmland of Mt. Angel and Silverton. This region is well known for having smooth pavement and traffic-free roads that are just begging to be pedaled.

A Lively Finish Line

After a day of riding, relax at the impressive Festhalle, the home to Mt. Angel’s gigantic Oktoberfest. The Finish Line Celebration features a delicious lunch and great entertainment.

About This Important Cause

ALS steals a person’s ability to cycle and even walk. Join The ALS Association as they bring people together to pedal for those who can’t.

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Ride Basics

Date: July 18
Routes: 25, 40, 62, 100 miles
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