Across State Bicycle Tours — Oregon

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Due to Covid 19 pandemic, all dates are tentative. Check back to event websites frequently in case of updates.

Cycle Oregon: Gravel — This two-day ride on gravel roads explores Oregon’s Tygh Valley. Cancelled in October 2020, dates to be determined in 2021. Dates: 2021 TBA

Cycle Oregon: Weekender — An overnight bicycle ride in the Corvallis area. Cancelled in July 2020; dates to be determined for 2021. Dates: 2021 TBD

Walla Wow — A ride through northern Oregon and southern Washington that visits Wallowa River Valley and the town of Walla Walla and its wineries. Starts in Walla Walla, with overnights in Elgin, Joseph (2), Field Springs State Park, Pomeroy, and back to Walla Walla. 406 total miles (with options).Presented by Bicycle Rides Northwest. Dates: June 19-26, 2021 2021 TBA

Intro to Road Touring — A self-contained, four-day tour of the Oregon Coast to learn the basics of road touring. Presented by Adventure Cycling Association. Dates: Jul 18 – Jul 23, 2021

Crater Lake — An inn-to-inn bike tour presented by Adventure Cycling Association. Explores Oregon Cascade Range.  Dates: Jul 24 – Aug 01, 2021

Pablove Across America – Bend — A 5-day “hub + spoke” ride in Bend, known for some of the country’s best cycling. Includes routes like Mount Bachelor, Mackenzie Pass, Twin Bridges and Crooked River. Dates: Aug. 30 – Sept. 3, 2021 and Gravel Ride – Sept. 4, 2021

Cycle Oregon –– The weeklong, mass bicycle ride was scheduled to tour Eastern Oregon in September 2020 until it was cancelled due to Covid-19 precautions. Dates for 2021 are to be determined. Usually 2,200 spots are available.  Dates: 2021 TBA

Cycle Oregon: Joyride — This one-day ride around Independence, Oregon, is geared toward women. Features country roads of Polk County in the Willamette Valley. Cancelled in June 2020 due to Covid-19; dates to be determined for 2021. Dates: 2021 TBA

Also check out Oregon weekend ride calendar

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  1. 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 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

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