Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, please verify your bike rides as they’ve likely been cancelled or postponed.
Oregon Gran Fondo – Postponed to July 2020 This bike ride features 117-mile Gran, or 71-mile Medio routes and 40-mile Picollo all starting from downtown Cottage Grove. Depending on the route, the event has 2,000 to 8,000 feet of climbing. Part of the Oregon Triple Crown.
Oregon Coast Gravel Epic — Postponed to Aug. 29, 2020 A gravel cycling endurance event that features the stout climbs found deep in the coastal mountains of the Siuslaw National Forest The Abomination route is 60 miles long with 6,500 feet of climbing, while the Son of Abomination is shorter at 37 miles, and 3700 feet of climbing on paved and gravel roads. Part of Oregon Triple Crown.
Pedalpalooza — June 1 to July 5, 2020 Four weeks of bike fun in and around Portland, the summer program features more than 100 bike events for kids, families and adults in Portland and Vancouver, Washington.
June 7, 2020 Cancelled due to Covid-19 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.
Team NPF Cycle in the Willamette Valley — June 7, 2020 (Virtual event; see website) The ride beginning in Riverview Park in Independence benefits the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF). Options of 10, 30 & 62 miles, followed by lunch, refreshments and live music.
Strawberry Century Tour — June 13, 2020 (Virtual event due to Covid-19; see website for details) The bike tour features 8 options of various lengths — 13 to 100 miles — and elevation gains on back roads of Linn County and the Santiam and Calapooia rivers; sponsored by Santiam Spokes bicycle club
Columbia Century Challenge —
June 13, 2020 Postponed to September 2020 A 100-mile bike ride through rural Columbia County. Starts and ends in Clatskanie.
Gorge Ride — June 13, 2020 Cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic The Friends of the Historic Columbia Highway presents this 38.5-mile round trip. Starts at the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center in The Dalles.
Tour de Fronds —
June 20, 2020 Cancelled to 2021 due to coronavirus Five bike ride options and an off-road route for mountain bikers highlight this event in Powers in southern Oregon. Road ride lengths of 30, 43, 63, 76, and 103 miles; two mountain biking options are the Big Tree/Flannigan Prairie Ride (55 miles) and the Rogue River/Singing Spring Ride (71 miles). Benefits local charities.
Joy Ride (Cycle Oregon) – Cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic Cycle Oregon’s one-day celebration of women and bikes. Three options of 16 to 65 miles through the Willamette Valley.
Petal Pedal — Cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic Three mileage options for bicycling around Silverton — 30, 62 or 100 miles. Mostly flat riding in the Willamette Valley with a hilly option to Silver Falls. #
Prairie City Bicycle Invitational— Dozens of mountain biking routes in and around Prairie City. Located on the TransAmerica bike trail and considered a wonderful area for road and mountain bike riding.