Across State Bicycle Tours — Oregon

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2014

Oregon


Northwest Tandem Rally — The rally bases operations in Pendelton in 2014 for rides in the area. (Alternates between locations in Washington and Oregon on yearly basis) Date: July 4th weekend, 2014.

Oregon Coast Loop – A fully supported loop bike ride from Eugene to the Oregon Coast. Presented by nonprofit Adventure Cycling Association. Dates: Aug. 16 – Aug. 22, 2014.

Oregon Bicycle Ride – Week-long bicycle tour loop with stops in Spray, Heppner, Meadowbrook Pass, Prairie City and John Day. Presented by Bicycle Rides Northwest. Dates: Aug. 9-16, 2014.

Portland – Crater Lake Loop — A self-contained bicycle tour from a platinum bicycle friendly city to a national park. More than 400 miles. Presented by nonprofit Adventure Cycling Association. Dates — Aug. 2 – Aug. 16, 2014.

Intro to Road Touring — Learn about self-contained bicycle touring on the roads around Eugene. Presented by nonprofit Adventure Cycling Association. Dates — July 27 – Aug. 1, 2014.

Cycle Oregon -- The bike tour visits a different part of the state every year. The host cities and route are announced at the Kickoff Party scheduled for early 2014. Check Cycle Oregon website, as early reservations for 2,200 spots are recommended. Dates: September 6-13, 2014.

Amgen People’s Coast Classic – The fund-raiser for the Arthritis Foundation is a 363-mile bike ride down the coast of Oregon, from Astoria to Brookings. The fully supported six-day tour is primarily camping, but participants can get other lodging information. Breakfasts and dinners also provided. Dates: September

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  1. Tonya Decker

    St. Mary’s Academy, located in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge, will host
    the 10th Annual “Cherry of A Ride” on Sunday, April 13, 2014. This
    recreational ride is fully supported and offers scenic route options for every
    level of rider. Route lengths are 30 miles, 48 miles, 60 miles, 80 miles and,
    for the hard core rider, we are again offering our 100 mile ride.

    All rides begin at St. Mary’s Academy, then head east of The Dalles,
    meandering through the blossoming cherry orchards and green wheat fields
    of Rural Wasco County. The longer rides (60, 80 and 100) will offer riders a
    view of the gorge that you can not see from the freeway
    .
    Riders are encouraged to use our online registration at
    http://www.cherryofaride.org or download a mail in registration form from the
    same site. The deadline for mail in pre-registrations is Friday, April 4th.
    After this date, online registration and “day of event” registrations will still
    be accepted.

    All riders must begin between 6am and 9am and the routes will close at 5pm.
    For additional information, please contact the school at 541.296.6004 ext
    414 or e-mail devdir@smatd.org

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