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Pedal Portland: 25 Easy Rides for Exploring the City by Bike

Pedal Portland celebrates the city’s passion for pedaling in an accessible, fun, and family-friendly way. It features 25 easy rides that explore the most interesting parts of the city, from north to northwest to northeast, southwest to southeast, and the surrounding areas like Beaverton and Vancouver. Each ride is accessible to anyone with a bike, including kids. The rides range from eight to twelve miles and many can be shortened by taking advantage of the city’s bike-friendly public transportation. Each route features a scavenger hunt that highlights the quirky and interesting sites along the way and includes tips on where to eat, drink, and stop to appreciate the view.

Source: Todd Roll
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Road Routes Brothers, Post, Christmas Valley Central Oregon, Southern Oregon

Road Biking Oregon: A Guide to the Greatest Bike Rides in the State

This second edition of Road Biking Oregon includes detailed profiles of several diverse, carefully designed tours, including traffic conditions, terrain, length, stop and rest points, maps and elevation profiles.
Source: Lizann Dunegan
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Road Routes

Oregon South Coast Bicycle Ride Guide

More than 75 treks for mountain bicyclists and road riders are detailed in the Oregon South Coast Bike Ride Guide, a 2012 guidebook by Coos Bay outdoor writer Tom Baake. The book covers the South Coast from north of Florence to south of Brookings, with in-town rides and more ambitious treks to inland destinations and the Coast Range.

Source: Tom Baake
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Road Routes, Trails Bandon, North Bend, Florence, Coos Bay, Brookings The Coast

75 Classic Rides Oregon: The Best Road Biking Routes

This guidebook is authored by Jim Moore, the written voice behind both RideOregonRide and Cycle Oregon. It includes 70 epic one-day routes and 5 multi-day tours sprinkled across Oregon’s diverse geography.

Source: Jim Moore
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Road Routes

Cycling Sojourner: A Guide to the Best Multi-Day Tours in Oregon

This guidebook includes multi-day routes, history and landscape facts for communities all around the state, with tons of hints and tips specific to self-supported touring.

Source: Ellee Thalheimer
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Road Routes

Pedal’s Picks: A map of our guides’ favorite places to eat, drink and explore Portland

A great new resource for those who like to pedal and partake on the same trip – the first and only combination bike map and city guide in Portland. Includes more than 100 favorite spots picked by Pedal’s eight tour guides.

Source: Pedal Bike Tours
Price: $2
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Road Routes Portland Greater Portland

PDX By Bike

This zine provides the ins and outs of Portland bike culture, infrastructure, history and events, plus where on the Internet to find specific things to do and places to go. Local authors Elly Blue and Meghan Sinnott.

Source: Elly Blue and Meghan Sinnott
Price: $5
Website
Road Routes, Trails Portland Greater Portland

Mountain Biking La Grande, Oregon

Detailed trail maps, elevation profiles and descriptions of great mountain biking trails for a range of ability levels in the La Grande area. Written by local authors.

Source: Brian Sather & Mark Larson
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Trails La Grande Eastern Oregon

Bicycling America’s National Parks: Oregon and Washington

Explore the National Parks of Oregon and Washington on your bicycle with this guide to 58 road and mountain bike rides.

Source: David Story
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Road Routes, Trails

Off-Street Paved Bike Paths in Oregon

Off-Street Paved Bike Paths in Oregon provides all the basic information needed to explore more than 80 cycling trails throughout the Beaver State.

Source: Rick Bronson
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Trails

Mountain Biking Portland

This guide gives fat-tire enthusiasts the skinny on where to ride–from the city’s western hills, to the trails of Mt. Hood and Mt. St. Helens.

Source: Scott Rapp
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Trails Portland Greater Portland

Mountain Biking Oregon – Northwest and Central Oregon

Featuring nearly 50 mountain bike rides, this guide leads cyclists to some of the most scenic and varied landscapes in the state.

Source: Lizann Dugan
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Trails

Mountain Biking Oregon

Families and hardcore bikers alike will enjoy this comprehensive guide to the entire state. With more than 50 ride descriptions there’s something for everyone, including many newly constructed and recently opened trails, such as the Klamath Falls to Bly Rails-to-Trails route and the Historic Columbia River Highway.

Source: Mark Wigg
Website
Trails

Mountain Biking Bend

Find adventure on any one of 31 trail rides featured in this guide to the areas surrounding Bend, Oregon.

Source: Scott Rapp
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Trails Bend Central Oregon

Kissing the Trail: Northwest and Central Oregon – 2nd Edition

Heed the call of the singletrack and pucker up! This fun guide brings you the best mountain bike routes within 3 hours of Portland.

Source: John Zilly
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Trails Bend, Portland Greater Portland, Central Oregon

Best Rail Trails: Pacific Northwest

Whether you are walking, riding, running or rolling, Best Rail Trails: Pacific Northwest offers 60 rewarding outdoor experiences in Washington, Oregon and Idaho.

Source: Natalie Bartley
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Trails

Rubber to the Road: 30 More Rides Around Portland – Volume 2

The second volume of Rubber to the Road expands upon the first with longer rides, detailed maps and challenging terrain.

Source: Otis Rubottom
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Road Routes Portland Greater Portland

Rubber to the Road: 30 Rides Around Portland – Volume 1

Using Rubber to the Road , Volume 1, you can check out 30 overlooked and underappreciated rides just outside of the hustle and bustle of Portland, Oregon.

Source: Peter Marsh
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Road Routes Portland Greater Portland

Road Riding in the Columbia River Gorge

Hood River local Clint Bogard offers up 16 of the best nearby routes in Road Riding in the Columbia River Gorge.

Source: Clint Bogard
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Road Routes Mt. Hood / The Gorge

Bicycling the Backroads of Northwest Oregon – 2nd Edition

These routes will take you over rolling hills and flatlands to the vineyards, dairy farms, small towns and covered bridges in the Willamette Valley.

Source: Phillip N. Jones and Jean Henderson
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Road Routes