On Two Wheels Oregon by Bike
A great ride takes more than just you, two wheels and a superb trail or road. We've compiled a broad range of resources to ensure you're ready for anything. Here are some details to make it easy to get here and get around.
Seeing Oregon by bike is a unique and exciting experience, moving at a speed where you're actually getting from Point A to Point B, but not so fast that you can't enjoy all the sights, sounds, smells and tastes along the way. We've put a lot of energy into focusing on the Oregon cyclist, and have a number of resources to help them get to and around the state by bike.
From routes to get around the state, to flying to Oregon with your bike, to taking your bike on a train or public transportation, we've got the answer for you on RideOregonRide.com, our site for all things cycling. The concept of the Ride Oregon site emerged from the creative energy of hundreds of cyclists who gather each year for the Oregon Bike Summit with the goal of making Oregon the premier cycling state. The need for a site like this was identified years ago, but in 2008 the #1 recreation and tourism strategy targeted at the Summit was to develop an online epicenter for information on cycling in Oregon, to continue progress toward making our state the best place in America to ride a bike.
- A nighttime paving project will restrict Highway 101 access to a single lane between Newport and Waldport until July 31. Learn More
- 7 miles of I-84 between Hilgard State Park and La Grande in Northeast Oregon is temporarily closed to cyclists traveling both directions. Learn More