If you’re a regular hundo rider, someone who loves those all day 100, 75, 60 milers, chances are good you’ve seen a lot of Oregon from the (mostly) comfy vantage point of your saddle. But have you ever been down to the southwestern town of Powers, Oregon, where the trees are lush and the foliage cascades into the road?

The Tour de Fronds is one of the most beautiful cycling events in Oregon. The Tour offers a choice of scenic rides on low-traffic roads in Southern Oregon’s beautiful Coast Range. From your saddle enjoy views of old-growth forests, wildflowers, waterfalls, rivers, streams, and mountain vistas. Seven rides are available from 30 to 102 miles long with different climbing and grade challenges.

The Tour de Fronds transverses Oregon’s premier Glendale/Powers Bicycle Recreation Area, a project of USDA Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management.

Ride Basics

June 21
Powers, Oregon
Routes from 30-102 miles.

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