2013 Weekend Ride
The Weekend Ride is a compressed version of all the things people love about Cycle Oregon. It’s a three-day festival that stays in one place, with multiple route options each day and a family-friendly environment. Your registration includes a beautiful campsite, plentiful food, hot showers, live entertainment and a fully supported route. Plus you can enjoy massage, cold microbrews and Oregon wine, gourmet coffee and many other amenities.
Registration, which is available only online, opens at 12 noon (PST) on Wednesday, Feb. 6.
Dates: July 12-14
Cost: $175 adult, $80 youth, 6 and under free
Rider Limit: 2,000
Host: Oregon State University, Corvallis
Day One: 12/51/85 miles – The two longer routes cross the Willamette and head east through the expansive agricultural lands of the valley, with lunch at River Park in Lebanon. The long route loops north to take in the Larwood Covered Bridge. The short route is flat and easy; the medium routes is flat all the way; the long route adds a series of short climbs.
Day Two: 11/42/64 miles – Everyone heads north. Medium- and long-route riders have a two-mile climb to Lewisburg Saddle. The medium route passes through the EE Wilson Wildlife Management Area; the long route heads to Maple Grove before coming back together for lunch in Albany. The short route is again flat and easy.