The Routes: 30, 55, 70, 85 or 100-miles

30-Mile Route

Right out of town, you ride into the forest - up to OHSU (and the epic view of the city at The Chart House) and then the screaming descent into Lake Oswego.  From here on out, you'll be riding along the banks of the Willamette River.  Cross over to historic Oregon City before enjoying Milwaukie's $500 million dollar waterfront improvement on your way back to the after-party.

 

 

Exact routes are subject to change. Exact mileage and elevation may vary from other data sources or devices. 

55-Mile Route

Right out of town, you ride into the forest - up to OHSU (and the epic view of the city at The Chart House) and then the screaming descent into Lake Oswego.  From here on out, you'll be riding along the banks of the Willamette River.

Instead of crossing to Oregon City with the 30-mile route, continue past The Willamette Falls (Portland's original power source) and head south to the Canby Cable Ferry.  After a leisurely lunch in the country, start heading up the east side of the river to Oregon City.  Continue along the $500 million Milwaukie waterfront improvement on your way back to the after-party on the park blocks - woop woop!

Exact routes are subject to change. Exact mileage and elevation may vary from other data sources or devices. 

70-Mile Route

Right out of town, you ride into the forest - up to OHSU (and the epic view of the city at The Chart House) and then the screaming descent into Lake Oswego.  From here on out, you'll be riding along the banks of the Willamette River.

Instead of crossing to Oregon City with the 30-mile route, continue past The Willamette Falls (Portland's original power source) and head south to the Canby Cable Ferry.  Take a 15-mile exploratory spin around the flat farmlands of Clackamas County before heading up the east side of the river to Oregon City.  Continue along the $500 million Milwaukie waterfront improvement on your way back to the after-party on the park blocks - woop woop!

Exact routes are subject to change. Exact mileage and elevation may vary from other data sources or devices. 

85-Mile Route

 

8 seconds - that's all it takes for a perfect rodeo ride.

Welcome to Molalla - home to one of Oregon's largest rodeos.

This route is really 3 parts; riding down the westside of the Willamette, riding around the (flat) south, and then riding back up the eastside of the river.

Right out of town, you ride into the forest - up to OHSU (and the epic view of the city at The Chart House) and then the screaming descent into Lake Oswego.  From here on out, you'll be riding along the banks of the Willamette River.

Instead of crossing to Oregon City with the 30-mile route, continue past The Willamette Falls (Portland's original power source) and head south to the Canby Cable Ferry.

Take a 30-mile exploratory spin around the flat farmlands of Clackamas County before heading up the east side of the river to Oregon City.  Continue along the $500 million Milwaukie waterfront improvement on your way back to the after-party on the park blocks - woop woop!

Exact routes are subject to change. Exact mileage and elevation may vary from other data sources or devices. 

100-Mile Route

 

8 seconds - that's all it takes for a perfect rodeo ride.

Welcome to Molalla - home to one of Oregon's largest rodeos.  And you folks are hard-core century riders, so we threw in an extra climb, just for you

This route is really 3 parts; riding down the westside of the Willamette, riding around the (flat) south, and then riding back up the eastside of the river.

Right out of town, you ride into the forest - up to OHSU (and the epic view of the city at The Chart House) and then the screaming descent into Lake Oswego.  From here on out, you'll be riding along the banks of the Willamette River.

Instead of crossing to Oregon City with the 30-mile route, continue past The Willamette Falls (Portland's original power source) and head south to the Canby Cable Ferry.

Take a 30-mile exploratory spin around the flat farmlands of Clackamas County before heading up the east side of the river to Oregon City.  Continue along the $500 million Milwaukie waterfront improvement on your way back to the after-party on the park blocks - woop woop!

Exact routes are subject to change. Exact mileage and elevation may vary from other data sources or devices.