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Part of our expanding gravel coverage.
There’s much more to love than just the Banks-Vernonia Trail.
A 40-mile loop with 20 miles of gravel that traces back to Oregon pioneer days? That’s the Burn Road Loop in Vernonia.
Here’s a great loop north of Vernonia that’s a must-ride this summer.
Just northwest of Scappoose are many miles of logging roads just waiting to be ridden.
The Columbian newspaper is reporting that Clark County Commissioners want staff to look into a plan to create a bicycle licensing fee. L to R: Clark County Commissioners Steve Stuart, Tom Mielke, and Marc Boldt.
With its second year in the books, it feels like the Gravel event has found a home with Cycle Oregon. After three decades of their signature, 7-day “Classic” event, the nonprofit has found a sweet spot around one of cycling biggest trends: riding unpaved backroads, a.k.a. gravel grinding. The tiny eastern Oregon town of Dufur Read More »
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Join us on an all new bike odyssey through the historic backroads of beautiful Columbia County in NW Oregon – June, 16 2018. The Columbia Century Challenge will once again showcase both a Century Plus and a Metric Century Plus. The Century Plus will feature 7,200ft of elevation gain, the Metric Century Plus will feature Read More »