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New Dave’s Flavors Introduced at Cycle Oregon? Killer!

In 2005, Dave’s Killer Bread stormed the Portland Farmers Market and quickly became the Northwest’s favorite organic bread. Less than

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Capturing the Experience and Sharing The Love

Cycle Oregon takes us to some breathtaking places and provides a platform for magnificent memories. While there are two CO

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September Training Tips

Fatigue Masks Fitness Throughout this season you’ve probably altered your total training volume (miles) day to day, week to week,

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Hacks, Creature Comforts and Gadgets

Your first Cycle Oregon is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The feeling you get crossing that finish line is one you’ll never

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Ian Madin Rocks Geology — Lava Landscapes

Overview of the Day Six route We start Day Six riding across a broad plateau with a few dips where

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10th Annual Policymakers Ride

Cycle Oregon is more than an organization putting on amazing bike rides that change people’s lives for good while raising

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Rider Profile – Scott Gustafson

Scott Gustafson is a busy fellow. He’s a veterinary surgeon who specializes in minimally invasive surgery and practices throughout the

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Route Talk with Ken Chichester

DAY 6             Madras to Tygh Valley We start on a highway that would not be a first choice when designing

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Madras – A Great Place to Make a Tough Decision

To ride or not to ride – that is the question: Whether ‘tis nobler in the tush to suffer the

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August Training Tips

Training Harder and Smarter August is a month for challenging yourself. Throughout this season you’ve already logged around 1,500 miles

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