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  • Velo Holiday Party

    Velo Holiday Party
    Dec 10th - Saturday 6:30 to 9:30

    Wine, food, and merriment!

  • A Ride to Honor Spencer Grey

    Many of you knew Spencer because, in addition to being a very good cyclist, he created and maintained the Siskiyou Velo website for years, even after moving to Boulder.

    He has–far too soon–passed away.

    Alex Hayes has set up a memorial ride this Sunday, 2 to 4pm. Meet at Blue Heron Park, Phoenix.





  • Incredible Fall Cycling in Southern Oregon


    Lakes Loop Brisk/Brisk Lite Ride

  • October Siskiyou Velo Board meeting scheduled

    The October meeting of the Siskiyou Velo Board will be held at Angelo’s Pizza in Phoenix, Oregon at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, October 12, 2016. Members are welcome to attend.

    Applegate Lake in February with Red Buttes Wilderness in the distance

    Applegate Lake in February with Red Buttes Wilderness in the distance

  • Registration Open for the Siskiyou Velo Holiday Party

    Siskiyou Velo will be hosting a holiday party and meeting for members on Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 6:30-9:30 pm at Two Hawk Winery on North Phoenix Road. The party will feature potluck finger food and desserts to enjoy with beer, wine and soft drinks. A short program recognizing ride leaders and members contributions, introduction of the 2017 Board of Directors and presentation of the “Extra Mile” award will begin at 7:30 pm. Plan to join the fun and bring a guest. Registration is available at: http://www.planetReg.com/E1017181957240189 2hawks

  • Crater Lake Car Free Saturday Road Update

    Portions of West Rim Drive are likely to be unpaved and some pullouts will be inaccessible because of an ongoing road construction project.  Ride the Rim Staff and Park Staff will know the distance and location of the unpaved portions of West Rim Drive when checking in at North Junction and Park HQ.  Park Staff recommend that bicyclists, especially parties with children, avoid riding on West Rim Drive if possible, because of rough road conditions and increased traffic from Ride the Rim participants, shuttles, and other park visitors.

    Cyclists that choose to ride West Rim Drive are asked to pull over to allow the shuttle to pass if room allows.  Cyclists should also ride single-file when sharing the road with motorists. Rid the Rim parking is at North Junction, Park Headquarters, and the Picnic Hill area of Rim Village.  Participants are encourage to share rides to help ease parking congestion. A free shuttle will transport participants to the start of their Ride the Rim experience or to their vehicles at the end.  The shuttle will run between North Junction, Rim Village, and Park Headquarters.  The shuttle will not carry bicycles in an effort to accommodate more people.  Bike valets with limited space are available at North Junction and Park Headquarters.  A person or people from each party of 3 or more are recommended to remain with bicycles while members of their party park or retrieve vehicles to conserve space in the bike valets.

    Cell phone coverage will be at a minimum inside Park boundaries because of its remoteness and high elevations.  In the case of an emergency, dial 911 from any cell phone. Post-It Note Boards will be available at each rest stop in order for participants to communicate with other members of their party should they be separated. While riding, walking or running on the vehicle free East Rim Drive, we recommend that you stay to the right side of the road because the route is multi-directional.  Also, if passing another cyclists, walker or running, please do so on the left side and make it known that you are passing.