Eugene, Cascades & Coast
Three day, non-competitive bicycle rally offering three fully supported rides of varying lengths and difficulty daily. Rides take place in the heart of beautiful Lane County, Oregon. The 30 mile (48 km) Bike Builders Tour will tour local manufacturers facilities - Bike Friday, Co-Motion Cycles & Rolf Prima. The Century Ride to the Oregon Coast covers 96.4 miles (155 km). Other rides include scenic covered bridges and wineries. The Community Ride takes a tour through Eugene area neighborhoods and back roads. See Facebook page for additional ride information and updates.
Outdoors NW Tour de Lane Bike Rally
Three day, non-competitive cycling rally. Three fully supported rides to choose from each day (30 - 100 miles).
Oregon's Seven Wonders Tour de Lane Bike Rally
This fun and exciting three day, non-competitive bike rally offers nine supported rides over three days! Included in the ride is the Bike Builders Tour, where riders will tour the facilities of local bike manufacturers throughout the area, a Century Ride to the Oregon Coast, and a Wine Country Ride! Food and beverages included, pay for camping.
bikeride.com Tour de Lane
Three day, non-competivie bicycle rally, providing choice of 3 fully supported rides each day. Located in beautiful Lane County, Oregon. Featuring: Bike Builders Tour (visit Bike Friday, Co-Motion Cycles and Rolf Prima), Covered Bridge Ride, Century ride to the Oregon Coast.
Early Bird Registration Opens for Tour de Lane
Cyclists looking for a deal on registration for this premier cycling event in Lane County will have until April 15 to sign up for $185.
A Tour de Lane First – Clear to the Coast, a century ride
Clear to the Coast marks Tour de Lane’s first bicycle riding adventure to the Oregon coast. This one-way century offers a ride over the coast range on beautiful, nearly car-free BLM roads.
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Tour de Lane Background Story
In 2010, when Ian Scholz and his wife Holly were visiting Anne and Mike Hallinan at their home on the McKenzie River, the conversation turned to a bike rally from which Ian had just returned. Ian, grousing about the disorganized event, said "I know exactly how to make it better." To which Anne replied, "I can do that."
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Email the Rally Director with any questions.