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Last Day of Cycle Oregon: Closing the loop in The Dalles
After seven days, 489 miles, and 35,000 feet of climbing, my Cycle Oregon 2014 experience concluded in The Dalles on Saturday. The final day's route was a fitting end to a stunning week of riding.
Three years after his disappearance, Mark Bosworth's family moves on
The Cycle Oregon volunteer disappeared Sept. 17, 2011. It was final night of the seven-day ride and it was the 25th anniversary year of the event.
2014 Cycle Oregon: A day of climbing on the fourth day capped with the toughest climb
The hammock strung between trees on the beach in Hawaii. The selfie in front of the Eiffel Tower.
Cycle Oregon Day 3 - Dufur to Tygh Valley
On Day 3 of Cycle Oregon , we're finding our rhythms. In camp and out on the bikes, daily routines are setting in.
Cycle Oregon 2014: Nearly 2,000 riders embark on week-long ride with destination in Washington
That's because the first day of the seven-day supported ride left Columbia Gorge Community College and headed north to Glenwood, Wash., on the Camas Prairie near the southeast flank of Mount Adams -- a 63.2-mile route featuring 4,374 feet of climbing. One lane of The Dalles Bridge was closed to accommodate the northward migration.