Updating to 2019
Bike MS Oregon Willamette Valley — Aug. 3-4, 2019 Bike route options of 18 to 160 miles on Saturday and two options of 30 or 50 miles on Sunday. Explore Willamette Valley farms and vineyards, and take a side trip to Silver Falls. Starts and ends at Western Oregon University in Monmouth. Benefits the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Bike Oregon Wine Country Aug. 5, 11, 18, 25, 2019 Eola Hills hosts wine country rides every Sunday in August. Begins/ends at Eola Hills Winery, Rickreal, Oregon.
Blackberry bRamble Century — August 4, 2019 Cyclists can choose five options from 10 miles to 117 miles. The loop routes begin and end at the Hilyard Community Center in Eugene. Visit the bakery at Camas Country Mill offering heirloom grains and goods. Pre- and post-ride parties. Proceeds from the bRamble help support GEARs operational, advocacy and education projects, and local causes such as Safe Routes to School, Eugene Adaptive Recreation, Center for Appropriate Transport. Presented by Greater Eugene Area Riders (GEARs). #
Covered Bridge Bicycle Tour — 2019 TBA Sponsored by Mid-Valley Bicycle Club; up to five covered bridges. Three options of 68 to 101 miles. Begins at Linn County Fairgrounds in Albany.
Providence Bridge Pedal— Aug. 11, 2019 The 2015 20th anniversary ride celebrates by inaugurating the new Tillikum Bridge. The routes also include biking over the car-free upper decks of the Marquam and Fremont bridges. Shorter mileages for fewer bridges.
Crater Lake Century — August 17, 2019 A few good climbs greets cyclists on this ride from the Fort Klamath Museum. Follows the Wood River Valley, climbs to Crater Lake, for a trip around the lake then back to Wood River Valley. Fund-raiser for the museum.
Portland Century— August 18, 2019 Four options of 45 to 100 miles up to the Bull Run watershed. Check the website for maps and other details. Begins and ends at Portland State University Touted as a gourmet bike tour.
Peach of a Century — Aug. 25, 2019 Three bicycling options include 62, 74, and 100 miles. Tours leaving Chemeketa Community College; sponsored by Salem Bicycle Club.