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  • Crater Lake Rim Ride

    Here is a photo taken at the 2018 Crater Lake Ride the Rim.  The riders shown in the photo are (L to R) Dennis Cramer, Steve Levesque (hidden beside Dennis), Dan Morse, and Bill Dorris.  This picture was published in Horizon Airlines Beyond magazine for August 2019.  It was included as part of some of the upcoming activities in Southern Oregon.  It gave a great scenario of the ride and the scenic nature of the area.  It is something every bike rider should do at sometime in their riding career.

  • Ride to Open Streets Oct 12

    I led a short ride on the new section of the Larson Creek Path, to the Greenway and the Medford Open Streets event. We had 5 adults and 3 kids for our extra-Slo Mo ride.

    The Mail Tribune covered Open Streets in the Oct 13 edition.

    Also check out a short video, with an appearance by the OSU cheerleaders at the SV Bike Valet and booth (at the end you can see Ann Smith, Harlan Bittner, and Jen McCracken.





  • Slo-Mo Ride from Asante to Open Streets 10/12 10:30am

    This is a short (3 mi) and slow (10mph) ride from the Asante parking lot on Black Oak @ 10:30am,  to Medford Open Streets on Oct 12 from 11am-2pm.  If you’re going to Open Streets you can drive to the Asante lot and bike to the Open Streets event.  There will be a Bike Valet run by Siskiyou Velo to safely park your bike while you enjoy the event.   Riders who are not Siskiyou Velo members will need to sign the waiver.  See the route here.

    We’ll start at the Asante Work/Health Rehab Services lot on Black Oak, ride the new section of the Larson Creek Path to the Greenway, and then exit the Greenway at Jackson to Open Streets at 3rd St and Bartlett St.  Jackson will have traffic control in place. If you can volunteer as a sweep for this ride, let me know by email to: webmaster@siskiyouvelo.org.

    I’ll lead a return ride at the end of the event @ 2pm, but anyone who wants to return earlier can do so on their own.

    Open Streets will have many activities including live music, Zumba, a Bike Safety Demo from Siskiyou Velo, and a bike rodeo for kids put on by the Medford Police Dept.  Open Streets has Bartlett St closed from Pear Blossom Park to Liberty Park.  See their website: https://www.medfordopenstreets.org.

    We also need Siskiyou Velo volunteers for the Bike Valet: respond to advocacy@siskiyouvelo.org.

    Hope to see you there!


  • Velo Melo E. Antelope Canyon 36-miler, Sept. 14, 2019

    Ride Leader’s (Phil Kolczynski ): Velo Melo group on Sep. 14, 2019. Seventeen (17) riders did 36-mile round trip into East Antelope Canyon. A large group had “recovery” beverages & lunch after finishing at Kaleidoscope Pizza

    Custom aerial Video of the Velo Melo E. Antelope Canyon Out & Back 36’r:


  • Velo Melo Pre-Ice Cream Social 2019 Ride

    From Phil Kolczynski:

    Sept. 7, 2019; See the picture by Ride Leader, Phil Kolczynski, Twenty Three (23) riders including four guests who revealed their intent to join The Siskiyou Velo Club.

    Special Thanks: Bruce, Mark & John who missed the ride in order to serve ice cream and provide good cheer.

    Special Recognition: Current Velo Melo ride leaders: Vicky,back row center orange jersey, Robin,back row right w/ mint green arm covers and white helmet & former Siskiyou Velo-Ship Moderate ride leader, Jean,back row left white helmet multi-color jersey.

    Special Service: The Three “Trike-sters” Bill, Jerry & Ray, in the front row, who voluntarily provided safety sweep and gave appropriate hand signals to misbehaving motorists.

    VIEW a custom Video of this ride here.