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Seaside Bike Tour

  • Length:
    7.7 miles
  • Difficulty:
    Mild
  • Best Season(s):
    All
  • Nearby Cities:
    Seaside
  • Region:
    The Coast
  • Attributes:
    All Ages, Flat, River Views

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In Oregon, a bicycle is legally considered a vehicle, and the same Oregon road laws apply. Please “be seen” and practice safe riding. Vehicle traffic, farm equipment and narrow shoulders exist on many Oregon roads, and you may find that construction projects, traffic or other events may cause road conditions or signage to differ from the map results, ride descriptions and directions. For travel options plus weather and road conditions, visit tripcheck.com, call 511 (in Oregon only), 800.977.6368 or 503.588.2941. Routes listed on this website are for informational purposes and intended as a reference guide only.

Start west on Broadway St 138 feet (42 meters)
Turn left onto S Roosevelt Dr 446 feet (136 meters)
Turn right on Ave B 164 feet (50 meters)
Head west on Ave B 0.1 miles (219 meters)
Continue onto Ave A 0.2 miles (358 meters)
Head southwest on Beach Dr 1.1 miles (1799 meters)
Turn right onto S Edgewood St 197 feet (60 meters)
Continue northeast on Ocean Vista Dr 0.1 miles (227 meters)
Turn left to stay on Ocean Vista Dr 0.4 miles (642 meters)
Slight left onto Beach Dr 197 feet (60 meters)
Turn left onto Ave U 233 feet (71 meters)
Turn right on N Promenade 1.5 miles (2389 meters)
Head south on N Promenade 207 feet (63 meters)
Turn left onto 11th Ave 0.2 miles (360 meters)
Turn right on Necanicum Dr 72 feet (22 meters)
Head south on Necanicum Dr 0.2 miles (383 meters)
Continue north on Necanicum Dr 0.3 miles (475 meters)
Turn right onto 12th Ave 0.1 miles (167 meters)
Turn left onto N Holladay Dr 0.7 miles (1137 meters)
Continue east on 24th Ave 167 feet (51 meters)
Turn right to stay on 24th Ave 407 feet (124 meters)
Turn left onto N Roosevelt Dr 0.1 miles (163 meters)
Head south on Park Dr 0.4 miles (684 meters)
Slight right onto N Roosevelt Dr 364 feet (111 meters)
Slight right onto 24th Ave 0.1 miles (202 meters)
Continue south on N Holladay Dr 0.4 miles (695 meters)
Turn left onto 17th Ave 0.1 miles (195 meters)
Turn right onto N Roosevelt Dr 0.9 miles (1397 meters)

What I love about this ride

Ride Info: Start at either the cove on the South end of Seaside, the water treatment plant on the North end of Seaside, or the the Seaside Visitor Bureau (where this version starts from). Head west along Broadway (there are crossing lights at the Visitor Bureau to Holladay Drive). At Holladay, head north to the Estuary across from the high school. The Estuary is a great place for bird watching and sitting in a peaceful surrounding, where you can walk down the steps onto the sand at the water’s edge.

After the Estuary head back south to 12th Avenue bridge where you might catch a glimpse of people crabbing and fishing. Head west across the bridge to take in the excellent salmon mural. Head south down Necanicum Drive to the museum, where you can visit and see how things used to be, before heading back up Necanicum Drive to head west again (toward the ocean) on 11th. At the end of 11th you can then pick up the famous “Prom” and ride your bike the 1.5 mile to Avenue U. Along the prom you can visit the Seaside Aquarium, see the Lewis & Clark statue looking out over the ocean, and take in some ocean-view dining.

At Avenue U, you will take a left and then a right to head toward the cove along Beach Drive. At the cove you can watch the waves roll by, watch the surfing or maybe glimpse a whale at the right time of year. After the cove head north along Ocean Vista Way and then Beach Drive until you reach Avenue A. At the Avenue A bridge you can get views of downtown Seaside to the north and the Coast Range mountains to the south, as well as great views of the river with all manner of things happening on it. After the Avenue A bridge head east and then north to the crosswalk at Hwy 101 and the Visitor Bureau.

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