Customize your ride

from 25 to 100-miles.

There are two routes to the north (30 and 40-miles), and three to the south (25, 35, 60-miles).

Early morning miles, aka the Northern Routes: starting from 6am - 9am

North: 30 - Mile Route

It is called a "Scenic Bikeway" for a reason. First, it's quite flat, Secondly, it's like you are riding through the largest produce aisle in the world. It is a patched network of farms, orchards and vineyards, Your first stop is at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Course, where Tiger Woods won the US Amateur Championship to launch his career. There are 2 short gravel section (because it's farm country) and a few miles of pathways past urban industrial, otherwise it's just you, Oregon's bounty, and a multitude of barns.

 

 

Exact routes are subject to change. Exact mileage and elevation may vary from other data sources or devices. 

North: 40 - Mile Route

It is called a "Scenic Bikeway" for a reason. First, it's quite flat, Secondly, it's like you are riding through the largest produce aisle in the world. It is a patched network of farms, orchards and vineyards, Your first stop is at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Course, where Tiger Woods won the US Amateur Championship to launch his career. The 40-mile route adds a second rest stop at McMenamins Cornelius Pass Roadhouse, another funky, historical property. There is one short gravel section (because it's farm country) and a few miles of pathways past urban industrial, otherwise it's just you, Oregon's bounty, and a multitude of barns.

 

 

Exact routes are subject to change. Exact mileage and elevation may vary from other data sources or devices. 

The second half, aka The Southern Routes: starting from 9am - noon

South: 25 - Mile Route

This is a lovely little jaunt that zig zags along country roads through the countryside. Witness barns in their last stand against gravity as their shiny replacements rise in their shadows. You might want to bring some baby carrots to feed the donkeys, llamas, goats and mini horses. Enjoy a rest stop with fresh watermelon, strawberry shortcake, and iced mochas - yum!

Exact routes are subject to change. Exact mileage and elevation may vary from other data sources or devices. 

South: 35 - Mile Route

This is a lovely little jaunt that zig zags along country roads through the countryside. Witness barns in their last stand against gravity as their shiny replacements rise in their shadows. You might want to bring some baby carrots to feed the donkeys, llamas, goats and mini horses. Enjoy a rest stop with fresh watermelon, strawberry shortcake, and iced mochas - yum!

The 35-mile option allows you to visit the rest stop twice, but you have to pay for it with a little climb.

Exact routes are subject to change. Exact mileage and elevation may vary from other data sources or devices. 

South: 62 - Mile Route

The beginning, and the end, is a lovely little jaunt that zigs and zags along country roads through the countryside. Witness barns in their last stand against gravity as their shiny replacements rise in their shadows. You might want to bring some baby carrots to feed the donkeys, llamas, alpacas, goats, full-sized and mini horses.

About half way through, you start to get some incredible views, some for hundreds of miles. Some of you will recall the old Reach the Beach route. Alas, what goes up, does come down.so after an adventurous descent, it is back to the flat, expansive quilt of farms until you are back at the After-Party!

 

Exact routes are subject to change. Exact mileage and elevation may vary from other data sources or devices.