Wolf Creek Two Route Option Welcome back everyone after last weeks poor weather cancelled ride. We will start this month with the very popular route of Wolf Creek. It will be a counter clockwise route unless you do the shorter route which is an out and back. The shorter route is still
The weather people are not letting up on their predictions of a really wet and possible windy Saturday. The route is Mckenzie long, but if the clouds part some people may want to add Marcola. You can plan on 35 miles and 800 ft of ascend. If you add Marcola you
Lorane, McBeth and then some Hills! It looks like March is going out “like a lamb”! That means great weather coming our way! You can plan on 45 miles and 2900 feet of ascend. If you want to shave off a few feet you can add a few flat miles by
Over halfway through March and it is now Spring break time! Lets hope the weather gets the memo on this fact! Have fenders and buddy flaps on stand by for this overdue classic! We will be venturing out to Fern Ridge counterclockwise and heading up Butler and back via Kirk
HAMM FOR BREAKFAST! Bring your climbing legs! Hamm is back on the menu! This beautiful ride never disappoints. You can plan on 50 miles and 2300 feet of ascend. The weather forecast is expecting to be sunny and 60! Keep your fingers crossed! Lets Ride! See you at Tacovore, leaving at 9:30am!
The Camas Country Bakery Ride Come join us for a fun ride out to the locally famous Camas Country Bakery. The weather forecast is for a chance of rain. Your best bet is to have your fenders with a buddy flap. Bring a little spending cash for this one! Coffee
Rainy Day Ride February is almost over! Spring is on or doorstep just waiting to ring the door bell. Meanwhile We still have our unwelcomed visitor that will not leave! So, bundle up, fender up and buddy flap up and lets make the best of it and have some fun!
The Coburg Gap Loop It looks like our luck is about to run out with great weather. It is time to “Fender up”! Don’t forget the “buddy flap” too! We will be doing a flat ride of 46 miles with a total ascend of 500 feet. A great day to
If you have ever thought of becoming a ride leader…… The success of our club weighs heavy on the ride Leader Team. If you ever thought about being a ride leader or have ideas on ride leading this is the meeting to attend. Remember, being a ride leader does not mean you
The Three Sisters, Eugene Style! Weather is expecting to be dry! Temperatures may be cool at the start, but the hills will warm us up! This week we will do a popular long route usually peddled by our Wednesday night Climbing Club in the Summer. If you have not done