Santiam Spokes -- Rides Schedule


The club rides three days each week - Mid-Week, Saturday, and Sunday. The schedules are shown below:


MID-WEEK RIDES

Mid week rides are normally on Wednesday, weather permitting.
To get put on the Mid-Week ride email list, please send a request to: Al Rimer - AlRmr199@aol.com



SATURDAY RIDES
(ALL RIDES START AT 9:00AM)

SLCH Scale the Gap

July 2

Ride Leader: TBA
Start: Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital's back parking lot

Category: II
38 miles - 1109 ft. gain

Bring food/water
Ride With GPS map

Harrisburg to Alsea Falls

July 9

Ride Leader: TBA
Start: Harrisburg City Park

Category: I/II/III
53 miles - 2368 ft. gain

This is an out and back to the Falls so you can go as far up as you want or stop at the bottom and it will be a flat ride. Bring food/water
Ride With GPS map

SLCH to Santiam Terrace via Sweet Home

July 16

Ride Leader: TBA
Start: Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital's back parking lot

Category: II/III
40 miles - 1477 ft. gain


Ride With GPS map

SLCH to McDowell Creek Park with Return Options

July 23

Ride Leader: TBA
Start: Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital's back parking lot

Category: II
40 miles - 1265 ft. gain

Go to the Park and then to Pleasant Valley Road/Berlin intersection - Or 38 Mi. C4 - 1708 Ft. Gain - Go to the Park and then up Berlin to the top of Marks Ridge and down to Pleasant Valley Road intersection to meet the other riders. Your choice! Bring food/water.
Ride With GPS map

Ride With GPS map

SLCH to Brownsville Clockwise

July 30

Ride Leader: TBA
Start: Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital's back parking lot

Category: II / III
50 miles - 1433 ft. gain


Ride With GPS map



SUNDAY RIDES

Sunday Club Rides generally start at 9:00 AM and will be announced via email Thursday/Friday.

These rides are more demanding with more hills and generally longer.

They do not stop for lunch so bring snacks/water.

Email Ride Captain Art Olin -- artolin62@gmail.com



Ride Categories

Category I Flat to low rolling hills (quite easy pedaling)
Category II More frequent rolling hills, possibly several short, steep hills (a hearty workout)
Category III Moderate, longer hills, with a few steep climbs (need to be experienced and in good biking condition)
Category IV Frequent hills, some long and steep climbs (these are tough rides and will take endurance)
Volunteer to Lead a Ride!
If you would be interested in leading a ride, please contact Art Olin - 541-777-0627