Southern Oregon Cycling

Southern Oregon has some of the best bicycling in the country.  Routes will take you through national monuments, historic wagon trails, alpine meadows and mountain lakes. They will thrill you with Crater Lake National Park, lush grasslands, birding hot spots, ocean views, lighthouses and pristine beaches. Plus, you can experience some great dining and lodging options. Enjoy cycling Southern Oregon!

Take a look at mountain biking in the Rogue Valley

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Explore Crater Lake by bike

At Ride the Rim in September, cyclists, runners and hikers get to enjoy the pristine beauty of Crater Lake National Park’s East Rim Drive without vehicle traffic. Photo by Tyler Roemer

When the summer crowds and intense heat fade but the sunshine remains, the air is crisp and the light golden. Late September is a magical time in Oregon’s parks — the perfect time for a joyride on two wheels at either of two organized events: Crater Lake’s Ride the Rim event, and National Bike Your Park Day.

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Cycle your way in Klamath

There are more than 25 mapped cycling routes in Klamath County. Whether you want to ride on a road, grind some gravel or go off-road, there’s a route for you.

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Oregon's Outback Scenic Bikeway

The Oregon Outback Scenic BikewayPhoto courtesy Ride With

The Oregon Outback Scenic Bikeway offers striking scenery and a cycling challenge. Deep in the lightly populated area at the southern center of the state, it offers that sense of exploration you get when you’re the only vehicle on the road. You’ll be surrounded by abundant wildlife and panoramic views, in a place few Oregonians have been.

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Ride Ashland's Scenic Bikeway

Cascade Siskiyou Scenic BikewayPhoto by Muuqi Maxwell

Ready to ride? The Cascade Siskiyou Scenic Bikeway incorporates 5,085 feet of steep and winding climbing through oak savannah into fir forests, showcasing the ecologically diverse ecosystem of the region. The route starts and ends in beautiful Ashland.

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Ride a Coastal Scenic Bikeway

Wild Rivers Coast Scenic BikewayPhoto by Russ Roca, Path Less Pedaled

The Wild Rivers Coast Scenic Bikeway is a 60-mile ride anchored in the quaint fishing hamlet of Port Orford, the oldest town on the Oregon Coast. Here you can count on a great cup of coffee before you head out on a moderate  61-mile ride with breathtaking ocean vistas and rural roads.

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Road Cycling

Whether you're looking for challenging climbs, beautiful scenery or nice flat loops, the low-traffic backroads of Southern Oregon provide the ideal ride for any cyclist.

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Crater Lake caters to cyclists

The National Park Service is setting aside  vehicle-free  days from Rim Drive around Crater Lake.

Distance riders get rare opportunities to peddle along a beautiful route without traffic concerns.

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Upcoming Cycling Road Rides

Riding the Rim at Crater Lake National Park./ Photo courtesy

Southern Oregon road cycling events are scheduled in 2016 include Pedals 'n Pears, Art of Survival Century, Eagle Point Cycling Challenge, Tour de Fronds, Northwest Tandem Rally, UP & DOWN Ashland, Tour de Outback, Crater Lake Century, Cycle Oregon's Week Ride and Ride the Rim.

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