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  • Looking for hotels and bike shops on the bikeways?

    Check out rideoregonride.com. This site, hosted by Travel Oregon, shows lots of businesses along the route. You can post comments and questions and rate the bikeways.

  • Bicycle Camping

    For a complete list of these sites go to  Hiker-Biker sites or click on a particular bikeway then click on camping box on the far right to see camping by bikeway.
  • Oregon Scenic Bikeways


    ​Oregon Scenic Bikeways are the best of the best road biking in all of Oregon. Each Bikeway has printable maps, gps, cue sheets, ride descriptions and info on places to stay and eat. ​
  • Statewide Scenic Bikeways Map
    Click here for larger view of Statewide Scenic Bikeways map

Important Information Road Conditions
2017 Bikeway Event Rides

Proponents from some of Oregon’s Scenic Bikeways have organized fully supported bicycle rides complete with support vehicles, rest stops and more. Most of the Scenic Bikeway event rides have a limit of just 50 people.

These small and affordable event rides are the perfect way to enjoy these challenging rides and steep climbs without having to haul extra water, food, change of clothes and other gear. Cascading Rivers and Outback event rides has a kids/low mileage option.

All event rides are organized by the volunteer Scenic Bikeway proponent groups.

Cascade-Siskiyou Scenic Bikeway’s Up and Down Ride, July 22nd.  Two mileage options offered and fully supported, bar-b-q lunch and craft beer at the finish. Limit 200. http://upanddownashland.com/

Oregon Outback’s Tour de Outback August 5th. Three mileages offered plus a free kid’s fun ride, sag wagons after ride meal. Lake County Chamber for registration.

Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeway Killer Fang Event Ride Sept. 16 -17. One and two day options with rest stops and sag wagons, luggage transport and a family friendly ride http://estacadadevelopmentassociation.org/mainstreet/cascading-rivers-ride/

Blue Mountain Century Sept. 16-17, transportation to the start of this ride two day ride, sag wagons, rest stops and a gourmet dinner Saturday night. To register: 541.676.5536 or heppnerchamber@centurytel.net


 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                   

 

  

Check road conditions statewide including McKenzie Pass at Tripcheck.com

Bikeway road conditions and construction information available from local road departments. Information below is not a complete list.

 

Many of the bikeways do not have cell service.

Bikeways are on roads with car and truck traffic. For car-free riding check out the Banks-Vernonia trail on the Tualatin Valley Bikeway and the Rowe River trail of the Covered Bridges Bikeway.

Road Construction and Conditions: 

Cascade Siskiyou: The road surface is gravel at mile marker 12 on Green Springs Highway due to a slide. ODOT has only one lane open and has installed a signal light. All cyclists must stop and wait for a green light to proceed. Road work and possible road closure planned starting July 24th through September 1st to repair the road damage from the slide. Tripcheck.com has the most updated information.

Covered Bridges Bikeway detour: The swinging bridge on Madison Ave. in downtown Cottage Grove is closed till June. When you reach the swinging bridge just turn around and return on the Bikeway route.


 

Madras Mountain Views: Expect construction, construction equipment and possible delays on Old Culver Highway and some adjacent streets. 

McKenzie Pass:  The Old McKenzie Pass Highway (OR 242) will officially open to vehicle traffic on Monday, June 19, 2017 at 8 a.m.

 

How to pick the right Bikeway for you: Oregon's State designated Scenic Bikeways are carefully picked from locally proposed routes to highlight the best of the best road cycling in Oregon. Each Bikeway is then categorized so you can find the right Bikeway for the kind of riding you want: Mild, Moderate, Challenging and Extreme.