Celebrating Oregon's Bicycling and Brewing Culture
What: Bikes 'n' Brew is a century ride that stops at four craft breweries; the premiere event for cycling microbrew lovers in North America. Departing from scenic Portland's tree-shaded east side, the route takes riders over Mt. Hood and down the back side to the majestic Columbia River Gorge.
The 100-mile ride is fairly challenging, with one large climb and a series of rolling hills as the route approaches Hood River. However, frequent beer and food breaks help dull the pain. Also, the downhill off the back side of Mt. Hood is so much fun you'll forget how much work it was climbing to the top of the pass.
The breweries/rest stops for Bikes 'n' Brew 2010 in the order that we'll visit them.
When: Date for the 2017 ride is TBD, but likely July or August.
How: Want to join us? Contact us at "info at bikesnbrew dot com" for registration information.
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