Like a cycle touring concierge, Cycling Sojourner takes care of the logistics and removes obstacles between you and your adventure, so you can grab your bike and go.
And, as more people choose to cycle tour, the world becomes a better place.
With the voice and tone of a fellow bike geek, Cycling Sojourner reveals the remotest ribbons of road in Oregon, where to do yoga or peruse a farmer’s market, and how to choose a riding partner or improvise gear on the cheap. From grocery store and camping listings to restaurant and high-end lodging mentions, this guide also honors all budgets.
It’s is good stuff. Come along for the ride.
Cycling Sojourner: A Guide to the Best Multi-day Tours in Oregon has inspired hundreds of people to take a chance on a two-wheeled adventure in Oregon, a place overrun with world-class riding that takes you over ranges of snow-capped extinct volcanoes, through river valleys laced with vineyards, along wild rivers teeming with salmon, and past cities with some of the most unique cycling culture and infrastructure in the country. Really, Oregonians are quite spoiled.
– Presentation about cycling touring in Oregon and book signing at the University of Oregon Thursday, May 2nd at 182 Lillis Hall (955 E 13 Ave) at 7pm.
– Presentation about cycling touring in Oregon and book signing at Third Street Books in McMinnville (334 NE Third St) on June 23.
– Check out Hop in the Saddle: a Guide to Portland’s Craft Beer Scene, by Bike. It launched successfully in November, with much beer consumed.