Art of Survival Century – May 26+27
Seems like the world is so busy these days. Hectic. Noisy. Crowded.
This Memorial Day Weekend, get away from it all. Sink into the wide open landscape your pedal your way through a region where nature knows no borders. Tucked away where Oregon and California meet, wildlife refuges, wetlands, and flocks of birds dominate the scenery.
The Art of Survival Century is hosted in Tulelake, California – just outside of Klamath Falls.
- Ride one or two days.
- Friendly volunteers and excellent support.
- Camping on site with plenty of room for all.
- Homemade granola bars on course.
- Gorgeous routes that are flat, unique and fun.
- Rangers and historians at rest stops talking about the region.
- Farm roads that are oh-so0-quiet.
About the Routes
It’s Century Day! Several route options along smoothly paved routes. Ride through the Lava Beds National Forest and explore. Check out petroglyphs and many other unique features.
There is also a mt. bike option.
Day two is all about gravel! The best gravel is often tucked away in the middle of nowhere, and for this ride it’s in Doris, CA, just down the way from Tulelake. Two route options and awesome support. This is going to be a fun one!
A Special Ride Experience
We love the Art of Survival Century for so many reasons. The community developed the ride as a way to show off their special region, teeming with birdlife and wetlands. The region is sunny nearly all year round. Life is relaxed; it’s a take-your-time kind of a pace.
Tulelake feels worlds away, but it’s really just outside of Klamath Falls.