Oregon travel

Like Lennon and McCartney or peanut butter and chocolate, July and hot weather usually go together— so does hot weather and ice cream. Introducing the Cycle California! Ice Cream Trail! Local trails are great places to get away — they are usually tree-lined and offer a respite from the summer sun. What if you could put ice cream and trails together? These sweet pairings — trails and ice cream — make for a cool, tasty summer! Read more →


Last month, Cycle California! and Found by Bike explored various areas around California and Southern Oregon where bicyclists can find that pop of autumnal color. This month we peep at leaves at lower altitudes where the colors are just starting to make their appearance. Red and gold leaves drift into... Read more →


We Americans revel in the colors of the autumn — an experience commonly associated with the northeastern section of the country — on the cusp of summer’s transition to fall. Yet, leaf peeping isn’t just an endeavor for visitors to the Northeast. Indeed, Oregon and California have their own leaf... Read more →


Why Bike Camping? Why Not? What bike camping is A great excuse for getting outdoors Perfect for fitting in short, active vacays this summer A great way to pull you out of your day-to-day 9-to-5 S-24O (Sub-24 hour Overnight), if you want A world of local adventure A short stay... Read more →


We spent a short time exploring the area in and around southern Oregon. We learned a lot as we traveled the area. Here is a list of the five things we learned about the state generally, and southern Oregon in particular. Overlooking Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest Byways to Bikeways Like... Read more →