Welcome to Cycle Umpqua

Discover the Umpqua Valley and World-Class Riding Opportunities

COME SEE WHAT THE UMPQUA IS ALL ABOUT

Come share some epic cycling adventures with us in the Umpqua Valley. Whether your ride is five miles or a hundred, we have routes specifically tailored to your need for an authentic bicycling experience in an area where few cyclists ride.

For example, you can ride one of the most scenic bike-ways in America: from Crater Lake National Park to Winchester Bay on Oregon’s remarkable coast. Along the way, you will find that the Umpqua Valley holds a wealth of natural beauty, working landscapes, stunning mountain views, remarkable waters, world-class wines, intricately crafted beers, and quaint historic towns and crossroads with restaurants offering excellent local foods.

So, you can come and stay for a day or a week...there’s plenty of roads to ride and things to see and do.

Besides cycling, the Umpqua Valley also offers whitewater rafting and world-class fly fishing on the North Umpqua River, many excellent camping opportunities, wine tastings at numerous locations, mountain-biking along the world-renowned North Umpqua Trail, and, of course, a chance to visit Oregon’s only National Park, Crater Lake. Combine your visit to Crater Lake with some outstanding rainbow trout lake fishing in Diamond Lake just a few miles away.

And remember, always match your equipment and riding ability with the route. Cycle safe!

Announcing the North Umpqua Trail Race!

Bigger, tougher, more intimidating, and a heck of a lot more fun. Traverse 60 miles of some of the most scenic and challenging terrain in the western United States. Stretching from the high Cascades to the lower reaches of the North Umpqua River, this IMBA Epic Trail provides a much greater variety of terrain and difficulty levels than the most well-known river trails in the West. The 1st Annual Great Umpqua NUTcracker Race will be the first MTB invitational on this hidden gem of raw trail adventure.

This event is hosted by The Great Umpqua

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