Hot showers and all the other amenities you might need will be provided at the overnight site. If you are camping, showers will be in Dixon Recreation Center. If you are staying in a dorm, showers will be either private or down the hall depending on which room you reserve. Please remember to bring a towel and soap, as we do not provide towels or toiletries.
Friday, July 12: 5–11 p.m.
Saturday, July 13: 6–10 a.m., noon–11 p.m.
Sunday, July 14: 7 a.m.–5 p.m.
Look for the Rider Services trailer in a visible location near the entrance into camp. Here you can ask questions, meet friends, leave a note on the message board, or locate missing items at lost and found.
Cycle Oregon Retail
The Cycle Oregon Retail trailer is where you can buy extra meal tickets or shop for additional Cycle Oregon merchandise. Look for it near the Rider Services trailer at Oregon State University.
Medical services will be available on the course, at lunch and at the Oregon State University overnight site. There is no charge for medical services on the course or at the site. If you require transport to or from a local medical facility, you will be financially responsible for transport and medical services there.
The massage team will be along on the ride with half-hour and full-hour massages available. You can make appointments directly with your favorite therapist by contacting him or her directly or you can sign up at the massage area (McAlexander Fieldhouse) when you arrive at Oregon State University. Massage prices are $45 for a half hour and $80 for a full hour. We accept VISA, MasterCard, check or cash. Check back here later in the spring for information on who will be along for the event. For more information about the Cycle Oregon Massage team or to make an appointment, click here.
A yoga instructor will be along on the ride to teach two yoga classes Saturday and two on Sunday. Yoga is an excellent way to tame sore muscles, relax and stay flexible after a long day’s bicycle ride. Classes are free to all Cycle Oregon riders.
Megan Moseley, PT, LMT, will teach a stretching and injury prevention class from 5-6 p.m. on Friday. This class is geared toward balancing areas of the body that are stressed and stretching muscles that are overworked when cycling long distances.
On Saturday, Megan is available between 4 and 6 p.m. for free injury consultations including evaluation of your current complaint, education about the origin of your symptoms, instruction in stretches, exercises and self-care techniques, hands-on treatment, taping, bracing, insole adjustments and coordination with massage therapists, acupuncturists and bike-fitting experts. Sign up for these 15-minute slots at the medical tent.
Betsy Platt, L.Ac, MAcOM, will be available on Saturday and Sunday to provide specialized acupuncture and Eastern medicine to alleviate muscle, bone and joint pains; increase stamina and boost energy; relieve arthritis; stop headaches; address respiratory problems; ease gastrointestinal disorders; and more.
The Bike Gallery’s team of bicycle technicians provides mechanical support on the course and at the overnight site. Technical support is available for emergency repairs of well-maintained equipment. It is your responsibility to make sure your bicycle is in good condition. Labor is usually free, compliments of Cycle Oregon and The Bike Gallery, while cyclists pay for all parts. Labor charges may apply if your bicycle does not meet pre-ride requirements.
For those who forget their helmets or want to buy a pair of bike shorts, The Bike Gallery will have a few cycling-related items for sale at the overnight site.
Bike rentals from Bike Gallery! Are you flying in for Cycle Oregon and prefer not to transport your bike? Or do you just want to experience one of Trek’s best road bikes? Bike Gallery is now offering a bicycle rental program. Bicycle pick-up and return is on-site at the Cycle Oregon overnight location. Sizes are limited so call early for reservations. For more information, see our website.