Whether you’re into road biking, mountain biking or in-town cruising, Oregon has the trails and bike paths to suit your cycling. We have the only Scenic Bikeways program in the nation (eleven bikeways and growing!) as well as world class single-track mountain bike trails winding through deep forests and along wild rivers. Portland has the highest percentage of bike commuters in the nation (7%), and our Cycle Oregon and Mountain Bike Oregon events are beloved by two-wheelers everywhere.
Oregon Scenic Bikeways
The very best of Oregon on two wheels
Here in Oregon, a bike ride is often more than just a bike ride. It’s a chance to spend time with good friends, slow down and pedal at your own pace, and take in the countryside and a good meal. It also is why we have designated our most scenic rides, the best of the very best, as Oregon Scenic Bikeways. So what are you waiting for? Grab your bike and see for yourself.
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Have a question? Ask Oregon
I’d like to get information about bicycling the entire length of the OC&E Woods Line State Trail. I’d like to hear from someone who has actually done it. I’m interested in the best type of bicycle to use, is an off-road touring bike OK (Salsa Fargo, for instance), recommended tire size, water availability (streams, creeks, etc.), location of the trailhead in the Sycan Marsh, and so on. I haven’t been able to get much information from people who have cycled on the trail. Thanks.
I have not been on the OC&E Woods Line State Trail, but I found some people who have. Most helpful was Zach Gilmour at Hutch's Bicycles in Klamath Falls (541-850-2453). He has ridden most of the trail and here is what he says: Best type of bicycle to use: "It's soft gravel for nearly all of it (the last seven or eight miles of it closest to Klamath Falls are paved). For what I've ri…