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A Great Year for Crane

One of the nicest parts of Cycle Oregon is the symbiotic relationship between the event and the host towns. While

June 3, 2014 | 1 Comment

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Volunteer Profile — Bob Mathews

If you’ve ridden Cycle Oregon long enough, you may have heard the old-timers speak in hushed tones about a mythical

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June Training Tips

“What you do today can improve all your tomorrows.” – Ralph Marston Last week at the Cycle Oregon 101 lecture

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Jacksonville Hitchin’ Posts

Jacksonville is one of those special places in Oregon you simply have to love. Thanks to a grant from Cycle

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Ride for Two Rivers and Tour de Fronds

There are a couple of great rides coming up next month well worth checking out. The 5th annual Ride for

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Feeding Your Habit

If you’re going to ride a bike for hours on end, you need to eat. The folks at Hammer Nutrition

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Route Talk With Ken Chichester

Day 3                     Dufur to Tygh Valley For those who thought our previous year’s ride may have been too easy,

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Ian Madin Rocks Geology – Day Three: Mt. Hood and More

Ian Madin is the chief scientist at the Oregon Department of Geology, and he will be providing us with information

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May Training Tips

“We don’t rise to the level of our expectations – we fall to the level of our training” – Archilochus,

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What to Do in Dufur

Dufur is a small town with big appeal and even bigger mountain views. At one point Dufur also boasted the

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