Whether it’s a one-day fat-tire ramble down the nationally renowned McKenzie River Trail, or a full-on five-day tour of Oregon’s northeast corner that takes in both Hells Canyon and Wallowa Lake, we’ve got a variety of itineraries for your cycling pleasure.
Working with the Itinerary list below, you can sort by type of ride (road/trail) and length (miles). When you click on any itinerary name, you’ll go to a page that describes the trip and offers links to pages for all the individual routes or trails that make up that itinerary. You’ll have enough information to plan an epic Oregon cycling trip.
Rider Alert: 2016 Summer Construction Update. See information on construction projects in Eastern Oregon, new speed limits and more, in this Cycling Update.
Some of our itineraries are parts of larger adventures
Scenic Bikeway Itineraries
Oregon’s new Scenic Bikeways program lets you discover Oregon from the seat of a bike. Learn more about our first-of-its-kind program.
Learn more about Oregon’s Scenic Bikeways.
Cycle Oregon Itineraries
This annual tour is a one-week, two-wheel tent revival through a different set of Oregon small towns each year. We’ve included some of the best Cycle Oregon routes here.
Visit Cycle Oregon for more information on their annual rides.
|36.3 miles||Bend in Central Oregon||Road Route|
|37 miles||Bend, Camp Sherman, Sisters||Road Route|
|37.3 miles||Cottage Grove||Road Route, Trail, Scenic Bikeways|
|109.3 miles||Boardman, Echo, Heppner, Ione, Lexington in Eastern Oregon||Road Route|
|132.8 miles||Albany, Brownsville, Independence, Salem, Woodburn in Willamette Valley||Road Route|
|134.5 miles||Union, North Powder, Haines, Cove, Baker City in Eastern Oregon||Road Route|
|134.5 miles||Union, North Powder, La Grande, Haines, Cove, Baker City in Eastern Oregon||Road Route|
|173.8 miles||John Day in Eastern Oregon||Road Route|