2018 Joyride Guide
- Riders can start their routes between 8 – 10 a.m.
- You may choose whichever route you like, no advance sign up necessary.
- Lunch will be served to registered riders only. For friends and family joining you at the finish line, there are great options in McMinnville, Dundee, and Carlton. Stoller also serves charcuterie plates in the tasting room.
- Please no non-registered riders “tagging along” on the route.
Stoller Family Estate
16161 NE McDougall Rd
Dayton, OR 97114
Due to traffic, you may want to Google directions on the morning of June 9.
To get to the event from Portland:
- From I5 heading south, take exit 291
- Take SW Durham Rd to OR-99W S/Pacific Hwy W
- Travel 2.7 miles and turn left onto 99W
- Travel 18.4 miles to McDougall Road.
- The event will be on your right, look for signs directing you to parking
Please enter the grounds carefully.
Routes & Rest Stops
There are three unique routes available of 16.3, 39.6 and 65.4 miles. Each route will be well marked and fully supported. You do not need to commit to a route ahead of time. Maps and cue sheets will be provided.
The long route will have three rest stops and two water stops. The medium route will have two rest stops and one water stop. The short route will have one rest stop. All stops will have restrooms.
Rest Stops will feature an abundance of fresh and local products from the Willamette Valley and will include delicious treats such as local berries, nuts, jams, granola and a variety of other snacks to help fuel you along the way. There will also be water and electrolyte tabs at each stop.
Rest Stop Hours
Short/Mid/Long Routes Rest Stop 1: 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. (Mid and long will pass twice)
Long Route: Rest Stop 2: 9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
*There will be a number of vineyards along the route. Cycle Oregon will not offer alcohol on route, nor will we transport alcohol purchases back to Stoller. Stoller wines will be available for purchase at the finish line. We encourage you to ride responsibly.
Bike Gallery Support
Our friends at Bike Gallery will be on board for mechanical support. They will provide basic fixes to get you back on the road should something go wrong. Please make sure your bike is in good working order before the event. They will not be able to provide tune ups to bikes that are not in good riding shape.
Mechanics will be stationed at rest stops and in camp. If you break down on route, give a “thumbs down” to any Cycle Oregon vehicle passing by. They will be able to get you to a nearby mechanic.
Wine Tasting –Sample three of Stoller Family Estates top-wines.
Massage – These are “sports-event style” sessions (short, clothed, recovery massage). $50.00 per 1/2 hour – signups available at massage tent.
Acupuncture – Betsy Platt of AcuOm will be available to provide specialized acupuncture and Eastern medicine. Signups available at acupuncture tent.
Physical Therapy – Megan Moseley, PT, LMT, of Bodywise Physical Therapy and her team, will be available after the ride for free injury consultations including a brief evaluation and hands-on treatment as needed.
Raffles –Drawings at 2 p.m., no need to be present to win. You will find a slip of paper in your packet with your rider number. Simply place that number in the entry box of your choice.
7 a.m. – Joyride Opens
Bike Gallery open
Coffee provided by Nossa Familia
Tea provided by Metolius Tea
Group Stretch with Megan Moseley of Bodywise PT
Rest stop 1 opens
All riders must be on the route
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Finish Line Feast at Stoller Family Estate
Massage, Acupuncture, and Physical Therapy open
Rest stop 2 closes
Rest stop 1 closes
All routes close
Lunch and event close
Stoller tasting room closes
Marinated and slow braised thin sliced beef brisket
Gardenia meatless patties topped with peppers and onions
Oregon mixed greens with feta, pickled onions, roasted beets and hazelnuts in white balsamic vinaigrette
NW Classic Foods fresh pasta salad with vegetables, Vegenaise dressing, smoked salmon on side with Rogue (Newport) gourmet sea salt
Roasted sweet potato and carrot salad
Grilled seasonal vegetables from Kruger Farms Sauvie Island
Lauretta Jean’s Biscuit Bar with local strawberries and blueberries, Alpenrose whipped cream, Oregon jams and honey