If you’re riding WEEKENDER, we encourage you to take photos and post them to Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter using the hashtags #RideCycleOregonand #COWKNDR. Hashtags are a great way to share the fun with others and see what the Cycle Oregon experience looks like from different perspectives. Just remember to get off your bike before you Tweet!
MASSAGE TEAM REDUCES PAIN, SPEEDS RECOVERY
Whether you are doing Cycle Oregon’s WEEKENDER or The Classic, massage will help you enjoy your experience even more. Here are three reasons why you should book yourself a treatment with Cycle Oregon’s on-site team of massage therapists. Read more.
IT’S OFFICIAL. THE CLASSIC IS A SELLOUT!
If you or someone you know wants to get on the waitlist, they can do so here.
On the waitlist note, if you’re signed up for the Tent + Porter waitlist, please be patient. The first cancellation deadline for The Classic is July 23 and we will know more after that.
ROUTE TALK – FLOWING DOWNHILL
The sun’s shining, the birds are chirping and your brain is playing yesterday’s Crater Lake experience on an endless loop in your head. Today’s going to be a good day. And why shouldn’t it be? Today’s ride is on the long side, with 91 miles to cover, but 40 of those miles are downhill! Time management will be very important today. An early start and all that training you’ve done up to this point will serve you well on the road, so let’s get to it. Read more
SPOTLIGHT – COTTAGE GROVE AND DORENA LAKE
The communities of Cottage Grove and Dorena Lake have one important characteristic in common. They both seem to have the incredible ability to adapt, reinvent, transform and just keep going. This unique trait is deeply ingrained in the fabric of Oregon and when you start looking for it, you start to see it everywhere. Read More
HEY, REMEMBER WHEELIE BARS?
Here’s a blast from the bike riding past. Thanks to the death defying influence of Evel Knievel, no Schwinn Stingray was complete without a Wheelie Bar. So hold on to your banana seat and lay some rubber. For added safety, but sure to ride barefoot like the kids in the video.