Spring Brings Savings

May is Bike Month and to celebrate, our friends at Bike Gallery are offering the next 100 people who sign up for Weekender $20 off their next in-store purchase! Offer not available online.

Sign up for our two-day bike bash today and we’ll mail you a discount card that’s good at any of their six metro locations.

In case you didn’t know, the former Woodstock location has moved to Westmoreland – drop by the new shop!

Thanks to Bike Gallery for their support of Cycle Oregon!


Bosworth Scholars Announced

The Mark Bosworth Foundation offers scholarships to first time riders of The Classic in honor of Mark, a beloved father, husband, teacher, musician, cyclist and Cycle Oregon volunteer. This is the fourth year they’ve offered scholarships on our signature event and we couldn’t be prouder of the partnership.

Meet this year’s crop of excited Bosworth riders here. We’ll follow up on their experience in another newsletter later in the year. In the meantime, read about past Bosworth scholars here. And remember to share their story with someone you think might be a good fit for next year’s round of scholarships!



Route Talk – Cruising the Cascades

After a great day on Day 1, you’ll wake up well rested and ready to tackle whatever Day 2 has in store for you. Today’s ride is long on miles, but short on elevation, with the only real climb coming 10 miles before the finish line. Once you’re comfortably back in the saddle, your first two miles will be retracing the last part of yesterday’s ride before you turn west and hop back on the Cascade Lakes National Scenic Byway. If the name is any indication, we’re in for some pretty spectacular views.  ReadMore


Community Spotlight – La Pine

Not a lot of people have extensive knowledge about the town of La Pine. It probably doesn’t make a lot of bucket lists. And that’s the perfect reason to spend some time here. La Pine is a bit undiscovered, a bit of an up and comer. That’s all part of its charm. Read More




Invisible Oregon

Wow! This stunning video is like nothing we’ve seen before.

“As the sun rises over the State of Oregon infrared light travels across the earth revealing the subtleties of new growth and the dramatic intersection of sky and earth.”

The only downside to clicking is that you’ll spend the next hour watching all the videos this talented Oregonian has ever made.