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Press Release: Team Oregon looking for new members

Posted by on March 13th, 2008 at 2:12 pm

This just in from locally based racing/riding club Team Oregon:

Looking to learn about bicycle racing and want a group to ride with? Team Oregon is looking to expand its roster 2008

Team Oregon, a local cycling team, is looking to continue its growth and is always accepting new members. The team was established in 1988, and has had a long track record in Oregon racing. The roster of the team has included all levels of cycling talent from national champions to entry level and recreational riders looking to just have a good group to ride with.

Each Saturday morning, rain or shine we have held the Saturday Team Oregon Ride west of Portland. This is a great opportunity to see the team in action. The ride runs year round and accepts cyclists of all levels of development that want to improve their cycling skills and fitness. Each weekend new people show up and continue to become part of the team. We pride ourselves on being approachable to anyone (not just racers) that wants to learn about cycling or improve. The Saturday ride meets at Liberty High School in Hillsboro at 9:30am every Saturday morning.

Team members are active in the Oregon bicycle racing community, and have assisted in organizing events, and volunteering at races/events. We are a passionate group that gives back to the community that we are very much tied to.

For 2008, we have partnered with Sunset Cycles as our title sponsor. Sunset Cycles has all the top gear to support our team. Visit Sunset Cycles at:

To learn more or to join in on a ride with Team Oregon/Sunset Cycles please

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