Posted By: Pierre Campana-Jourda | Dec. 7 2014
LifeCycle Adventures loves cycling in Oregon, and it shows! It is of course our job to promote what we do in Oregon (we offer personalized cycling vacations for those wanting to explore on their own terms), but we also really love to show off our great state to cyclists more broadly. Bring your bike (or just yourself) to Oregon!
Some of our favorite rides are near Portland: the Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway, the Historic Columbia River, and the Willamette Valley. Each area presents a cyclist with a very unique scenic identity, from the massive expanse of the Columbia River Gorge, to the moss-covered forests of portions of the Tualatin Valley, and finally on to the rolling hills of the winemaking region of the Willamette Valley. LifeCycle Adventures features the best parts of these routes in its Willamette Valley and Columbia River cycling vacations, and we’d love for you to drop us an email so that we can design the perfect personalized cycling vacation for you. For those just looking for day trips, we’ve written up a selection of these rides in our blog in the past:
Do-it-yourselfer cyclists will really appreciate the information that our friends at Travel Oregon have put together through their affiliated site, Ride Oregon. The site provides detailed information on the myriad cycling opportunities across the state.
What else is there in Oregon? There is a lot more to see, taste, and experience. While there are many great resources out there, we recommend that you hear it directly from the experts at Travel Oregon. You will find a wealth of information including everything from Oregon’s Seven Wonders through to trip planning ideas.