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  • All Ages and Abilities

    All Ages and Abilities
    Bicycling on Southern Oregon Streets Should Not Require Bravery

    Making Bicycling Safe for Everyone

  • George’s Wednesday ride with this great group!

  • Gravel ride in the Ashland watershed

    Taking a welcome break at the West Fork of Ashland Ck, after a long hard climb.  From there we encountered a bit of bike trouble, which was eventually overcome with group effort.  Isn’t that one reason why we ride together?  It is good to have an extra set of hands, and maybe a spare tube, to get ua over those bumps in the road which happen to everyone eventually.  Our club has many experienced riders that are great company, and willing to get their hands dirty when the need arises.

  • Slo Mo Ride through Central Point, OR

    Photo taken at Twin Creeks Park in Central Point, OR during the Slo Mo group ride Saturday July 20th, 2019


    Back Row Left to Right: Bobbie K.; “Cookie”; Margaret. Front Row Left to Right: Ellen; Judy K.; Mary B.

    Back Row Left to Right: Bobbie K; “Cookie”; Margaret. Front Row Left to Right: Ellen; Tom S. and Mary B.

  • Slo-Mo group BBQ ride


    Slo-mo group at the Ashland dog park on the way to the yearly BBQ at Creekside Estates, on June 8. The Slo-Mos joined with the Ashland start of the slo-mos for a nice group.

  • Bitten by a Dog, Chased by a Llama

    I’m posting this to provide a warning about riding on Klamathon Road in Siskiyou County (this road is also referred to as Anderson Grade).   This section of road begins adjacent to the Collier rest area off of I5 (3 miles south of Hornbrook).  The gravel road runs for about 5 miles north along the Klamath River to Copco Road.  I’ve ridden this road a number of times in the past as the rest area provides convenient parking and, once at Copco Road, there are quite a few beautiful rides available. Our group encountered three unrestrained, aggressive dogs about 2.3 miles north of the rest area.  The bite I received required a visit to urgent care and, since the dog had not been vaccinated for rabies, I am receiving the series of rabies vaccine shots.  In the future, I will not ride on Klamathon Road—a good alternative is to ride the freeway from the rest area north to Copco Road.

    After our encounter with the dogs, we proceeded further north where I took the freeway back to my car to avoid another encounter with the dogs.  Strangely, we passed an unrestrained llama that chased us for a short while.

    It was good to get back to Oregon.