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Cycle Oregon’s ‘Gravel’ goes east into wide open Wasco County

May 21st, 2019

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 Read More »

Want safer cycling on Skyline and Sauvie? Let the County know

February 27th, 2019

Accepting feedback through March 4th.

Columbia Century Challenge

May 9th, 2018

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 Read More »

Love riding gravel? Meet Washington County’s unpaved road “Kahuna” Dan Morgan

March 2nd, 2018

He fought against paving rural roads. And won.

New multi-county committee will focus on development of Crown-Zellerbach Trail

February 9th, 2018

The press release from Columbia County below is related to a recent influx of funding and interest in making improvements to the Crown-Zellerbach Trail. Columbia County creates new advisory committee; Read More »

“A pit in my stomach”: ODOT official shares latest on fire damage to Historic Columbia River Hwy

September 7th, 2017

“As you can imagine we have had some challenging days around here.”

Lecture: “America’s Great Highway” – The Historic Columbia River Highway

September 5th, 2017

Please join us as Robert W. Hadlow, Ph.D., discusses “America’s Great Highway”. Hadlow is a historian who has researched and written about the Historic Columbia River Highway for over twenty Read More »

Columbia Century Challenge

May 23rd, 2017

Explore the rural roads of beautiful Columbia County on June 17th. Distances – Century Plus, Metric Century Plus and a 40 mile gravel ride. Register by 2-28 and save money Read More »

Columbia Sportswear and Kaiser Permanente team up on westside bike share pilot project

May 22nd, 2017

The system uses the smartphone-based ‘Open Bike’ platform.

Turnover of top traffic engineers will shake up city and county

March 12th, 2015

Two people whose judgment calls have shaped Portland’s streets for years are stepping into jobs elsewhere.