Our friends over at Cycle Oregon have created a documentary about Cycle Oregon and the communities they support. This past year they had the opportunity to ride through our backyard. Starting in Bly, traveling up to Crater Lake then down to Ashland, through Klamath Falls and ending back in Bly.
It is amazing how they do what they do over at Cycle Oregon. Hats off guys, fantastic job, and THANK YOU for all that you do.
I want to apologize for the delay in getting our Jersey Order system up and ready for you to order! Our web God went to Japan for three weeks for Vacation. And NO…. She didn’t bring me anything….
With that said you may order your jerseys online at http://craterlakecentury.com/jerseys/index.html
If the link doesn’t work go to www.CraterLakeCentury.com and then navigate to the Jerseys Tab.
They are $75.00 each and I will leave ordering open for the next 15 days. It will take approximately 6 to 8 weeks after that to receive your jersey. We must receive orders for at least 10 jerseys for us to be able to get these. I have never had a problem in the past but just want to make sure everyone is aware. If we don’t receive an order for at least 10 Jerseys I will refund your money.
Ordering will close on Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at Midnight!!
If you have questions, please let me know
RIDE THE RIM!!!
Crater Lake Century
Thank you to all our riders, volunteers, donors and supporters of the 8th Annual Crater Lake Century Bike Ride. With your help we will once again be able to donate over $10,000 to the Klamath / Lake Counties Food Bank and the Klamath County Museums.
We give a special shout out to all our sponsors; Coldwell Banker Holman Premier Realty, Brian Gailey Photography, Wubbas BBQ Shack, Subway, Mission Hills Mortgage Bankers of Klamath Falls, Best Western Olympic Inn, Stacy Group, Herald and News, High Desert Printing and Promotions, AmeriTitle, Hutches Bicycles, SteelNet and ISCO CPS’s.
Please show your thanks to the sponsors by visiting their pages and giving them a like on Facebook.
A huge THANK YOU to everyone who makes this ride a success every year!
Are you looking for a new ride to put on your calendar? How about the first annual Tour de Outback in Lake County. The ride will take place August 4 & 5th and will offer both a fully supported mountain bike and road bike course.
The cost is just $45 for adults and $15 for children under 15 or $100 for a family pass.
For more information on the ride, be sure to check out the website at; http://www.lakecountychamber.org/tour_de_outback.html
If you have not been able to make into our ride or the Cycle Oregon ride, there is still time to get into another ride in Klamath County. The Klamath Falls CASA is holding thier annual Ride Through Paradise on Saturday July 28th. They offer four rides to choose from (13, 30, 62 & 100 miles). All rides start and end at Mazama High School.
For more information visit: http://klamathfallscasa.org/events/cycling