About the Ride
Located on the Oregon/California border, the gorgeous Art of Survival Century on May 23 will take you on a journey through scenic farm country and spectacular sites including the first US National Wildlife Refuge, the Pacific National Monument and the Lava Beds National Monument where amazing geology and geography surround you on all sides.
About the Routes
There are plenty of options for everyone! This ride really has it all.
Choose from routes of 20-109 miles along mostly flat terrain and the quietest of rural roads, perfect for getting lost in the landscape.
Bring the entire family! The 20 mile route is family friendly and there’s even a mt. bike route through the Modoc National Forest.
Special Ride, Special Features
The Art of Survival Century highlights this incredible region with special ride features that make it a must-do ride.
This is not your average century ride! Ranger and Historian tours at each rest stop offering insight into the landscape and history of the region. They’ll let you know what you’ve passed in the previous leg, and what to look for on the road ahead.
Relax, and stay. Discounted lodging include a ranch stay, camping or standard hotels.
This event makes for a perfect weekend getaway with activities that include caves exploration, Crater Lake, wildlife viewing and additional road or off-road riding all within the area.
A Chance to Win Passes!
Do you get the ORbike newsletter? We hope so because it’s full of ride news and special discounts. The next newsletter will include a chance to win a pair of passes to the Art of Survival Century. Keep your eyes peeled – it comes out this week.
Date: May 23, 2015
Start: Tule Lake, California
Cost: $25-75, Depends on the route.
More info: SurvivalCentury.com
Routes: 109, 86, 40, 20
Terrain: Mostly flat road riding, with an optional 20 mile mt. bike course
Summary: A lovely bike ride that you probably haven’t done (this is the second year) and that you certainly don’t want to miss.
HOT TIP:Register before May 15 for the best price.