Cycle Oregon Classic

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When:
September 12, 2020 – September 19, 2020 all-day
2020-09-12T00:00:00-07:00
2020-09-20T00:00:00-07:00
Where:
Tumalo State Park
64170 O. B. Riley Rd
Bend, OR 97701
USA
Cycle Oregon
Date: 12-19 September 2020
Start Location: Tumalo State Park
64170 O. B. Riley Rd, Bend, OR 97701
Organizer’s Website: Website
Registration: Registration

 

Registration Fee Schedule
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Early Regular Late Event Day
Online Only Online Only Online Only Online Only
Classic   $1099    
Processing Fees PLUS Processing Fees
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About This Event

SEPTEMBER 12-19, 2020 • JOHN DAY • MONUMENT • FOSSIL • MITCHELL • DAYVILLE

Cycle Oregon laid out an incredible, reimagined event for our 32nd annual bicycle sabbatical we call Classic. Our destination will be Eastern Oregon for a week-long bike adventure through one of the most geographically diverse, awe-inspiring, other-worldly landscapes you’ll find anywhere. 2020 is all about choosing your own adventure so we’re offering multiple layover days, optional routes each day, non-cycling activities, and more opportunities to get directly involved with the communities who host us. On the bike, you’ll ride on quiet roads among scenic rivers, sweeping farmlands, famous fossil beds, dense forests, and soaring spires. Oh yeah, and you’ll see first-hand why the Painted Hills has been designated as one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon. This is a ride for the ages. Ride with us.

NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT. This is the true frontier. The rivers, towns, passes, and canyons carry the boldness of those who came before and, in one way or another, managed to leave their mark. For generations, those that called this place home carved out lives amongst these great, colorful mounds of fine sediment banded with reds, yellows, blacks, and tans that sprawl for miles across the landscape. As we pedal through this strange, wonderful land, we begin to understand why. To explore the Painted Hills, the John Day Fossil Beds, the Malheur National Forest, and Twickenham Canyon, by way of some of Oregon’s most scenic byways, is an experience that will surely leave a mark on us all.

Get all the details for the event at www.cycleoregon.com/ride/classic

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