Cycle Exploregon: Rolling on pioneer footsteps

Buffered Bike Lane with a bike symbol and arrow pointing forward
The precise moment when the Coos Bay Wagon Road emerges from forest to valley in Brewster Canyon.
The precise moment when the Coos Bay Wagon Road emerges from forest to valley in Brewster Canyon.

“Ride a bull. Bag an elk. Land a steelhead. Climb a mountain. There is no shortage of adventure to be had in Myrtle Point.” That’s one of the marketing slogans you’ll find on the City of Myrtle Point’s website.

After a 104-mile journey yesterday through the forests and river valleys that surround this small town, I think they should add, “Ride a bike” to that list.

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