Pioneer Century

SAVE THE DATE: SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2018

Thank you to all who came out and participated in the Pioneer Century on June 3, and thank you to all the volunteers and sponsors! It was a damp start but that didn’t stop many who achieved their riding goals!

ABOUT THE PIONEER CENTURY

The Pioneer Century is named to reflect the history of the Champoeg, Canby, and Molalla areas. The ride starts from the Clackamas County Fairgrounds – 694 NE 4th Avenue, Canby, Oregon. Rich farmland and timber brought the pioneers to this area and this same beauty draws cyclists today. The Pioneer Century offers great routes whether you seek a social ride or personal best.

ROUTE DESCRIPTIONS AND ROUTE MAPS
REGISTRATION SCHEDULE – COURSE AND REST STOP TIMES
LUNCH
You will enjoy having a nice catered meal waiting for you upon completion of your preferred route IF YOU PRE-REGISTER AND ORDER A LUNCH. Please note that our caterer, Catering Rides Northwest, will provide their ever popular burritos. Reserve yours as you register – only $10. Remember, you must order your lunch with your pre-registration. After your meal, peruse the various booths at the fairgrounds including Zing Bars, St. Josef’s Winery & Beer Garden, and other vendors.

A testimonial from one of our 2017 Pioneer Century riders:

“I finished the Sawtell metric century yesterday. I went for it, after all that complaining and procrastinating.  Naw. Just wanted to tell you I did it, thanks for the support and communication about it all. I’m proud, tired and sore, and looking forward to my next ride. PS I sure was impressed with the organization of the ride and the great route markings. Take care. Maybe see you down the road.”

2017 SPONSORS:
 Daves-Logo  Lakeside  roadid  wbw-logo
 FCC Logo  CoMotion  StJosefs  Unitus
   hubertsLemonade  BikeGallery  RiverCity
 spokes  starbucks

WE WOULD ALSO LIKE TO ACKNOWLEDGE THESE NON-PROFITS THAT WE SUPPORT:

Thank you to these non-profits for their continued support and assistance at rest stops for the Pioneer Century:

See photos and an article from a previous Pioneer Century on BikePortland.org.

See a video from the Pioneer Century. Past Pioneer Century photos available here. Jonathan Maus’s  article on the Pioneer Century.