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Riding Conditions Wednesday, December 6

  Conditions for Redmond, OR at 6:56 pm PST

Fair   29

Forecast for Wed:
Partly Cloudy
high:54   low:23

Forecast for Thu:
Partly Cloudy
   high:49   low:27

sunrise: 7:25 am  sunset: 4:26 pm
mtb trail conditions:

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Race Reports

Two of this country's top Mountain Bikers and Bend residents, Carl Decker and Adam Craig, will be sending in their Team Giant reports from the Norba race series, World Cup and more.

World Cup Finals Report
World Championships Report from New Zealand
National Finals Synopsis
Brian Head NORBA update (plus bonus Whistler and Park City)
Infineon Nationals
Whoopie Pie
Vermont Report
Scottish Singletrackin’…
Spa World Cup Report from Rainy Belgium
Anarchy on the course at the Madrid World Cup
A Muddy Sea Otter

For last year's race reports go here

Our European corespondent, Laurent Smith, a guide for Erikson Cycling Tours, sends in this report on the Giro

Current Week's Special Events through Sunday

Nothing Scheduled

Coming Events the following 4 weeks(thru Sun.)

Nothing Scheduled


Central Oregon Trail Alliance Trail Work Party
Spring, Fall and Summer when its not too dusty, COTA meets Sat. mornings 9am at Dilusso's on Galveston and arranges Carpools to the worksite. Bring your bike as there is often a short ride to the work area. Also bring water and gloves, COTA provides the tools. In season there is usually a Wed. or Thurs crew too.
More info at

COTA Monthly Meetings The Central Oregon Trail Alliance meets the last Thursday every month at the Environmental Center, 16 W Kansas near Bond at 7pm. Get involved with maintaining and enhancing our trail system!

Bicycle Tours runs their McKenzie shuttles every Tuesday and Saturday, June through October at 8:00 am, returning around 5:00 pm. $20 each way. ($40 round trip). Stow food/drinks in the cooler in the van and get them at the half-way point and the end. Swampy and Dutchman shuttles run from June 5.
Cog Wild has a full schedule of shuttles, rides, full day tours and overnight trips. Mtb and Road. Classics to undiscovered gems.

Hutchs Nooner ride and Saturday rides
From Hutchs eastside store every weekday at noon. Mondays and Fridays are considered 'casual' pace days. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday are 'race pace' days...if you want to test your fitness level against some of the fastest folks in Oregon, these are your days.
The Saturday rides start at 9 or 10 depending on the time of year and go about 40 miles at brisk pace.

Sunnyside Sports Weekly Club rides
Monday Night Women's Road Rides
Join Sunnyside's racer chicks for a spirited road ride. Mondays at 6:00 pm, 1-2 hours, 16-18 mph average.

Tuesday Night Working Women's Rides
Meet Tuesdays at 5:30 pm for a 1-2 hour casual road ride, 14-16 mph average.

Tuesday Night Hammerfest Road Rides
Meet Tuesday evenings at 6:00 pm at Sunnyside for a 1-2 hour hard training ride. Led by members of their racing team.

Look what I found here Thursday Night Tandem Rides
Meet Thursday nights for a casual 1-2 hour group tandem ride. Ride leaves at 5:45 pm.

Sunnyside Sports Fix-a-Flat Tire Clinic
First SUNDAY of each Month starting in March. 10:00am HANDS ON! Bring your own rig to work on. It's Free!

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The Disintegration of Group Rides
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5 years of riding BigFat and I finally get a t-shirt


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