After a great day on Day 1, you’ll wake up well rested and ready to tackle whatever Day 2 has
Not a lot of people have extensive knowledge about the town of La Pine. It probably doesn’t make a lot
Ian Madin has worked as a geologist with the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries for nearly 30 years.
If you wake up with the warm sun on your face, to the rhythmic gurgling of a nearby river, as
Welcome to Weekender–the most fun you can have on two wheels! Party central for the next two days will be
Your adventure begins in Tumalo State Park, a sunny 330-acre chunk of heaven on the banks of the Deschutes River.
Cycle Oregon is a great ride for a great cause, but if there’s one thing that keeps people coming back,
Volunteers are the core of Cycle Oregon’s success. About 150 amazing individuals give their blood, sweat, tears and time every
Number one piece of advice: The more you train for The Classic, the more fun you’ll have. A well-rounded training program
Thank you Cycle Oregon riders, donors and volunteers! Thanks to your big hearts and generous checkbooks, 2016 has been another