The Pioneer Century is named to reflect the history of the Champoeg, Canby and Molalla areas. 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.
 
9 Miles / FRONTIER FAMILY
This easy route is perfect for adults riding with children. The Pioneering kiddos can ride their own bike, be on a tag-a-long or in a trailer. View the farmlands and Cascades from quiet roads. This little ride will show the younger cyclists the joys of road riding and includes their own mini rest stop. Minor children must be accompanied by an adult. Route Map
 
34 Miles / ELLIOTT PRAIRIE
This pastoral course gives you all the rural splendor and quiet roads of the longer routes without any long sustained climbing. With less than 1000’ of elevation gain, it’s the perfect fit for the newer rider or those who aren’t quite ready for the longer distances. Route Map
 
62 Miles / SAWTELL PASS METRIC CENTURY
For returning riders this route will look familiar as you explore the Molalla-Canby area. You’ll find a total of 3390’ of elevation gain to challenge you...but those climbs are going to reward you with exciting vistas of the Mt. Hood Territory. Route Map
 
62 Miles / VALLEY METRIC CENTURY
This route offers a less challenging metric century for those who want some good scenic mileage without a lot of climbing. At 1880’ of elevation gain many riders will find this suits their needs to perfection. Route Map
 
100 Miles / HERITAGE 100
Our full century gives you 4,320’ of elevation gain with rest stops approximately 26 miles apart. For returning riders, you will find this loop takes you over miles of rolling hills and farmlands WITHOUT returning to the fairgrounds until mile 100. That’s right...do the entire century, then come back to the fairgrounds! Route Map
 
104 Miles / HERITAGE PLUS
Love to climb?...Add the Sawtell Pass Loop to your ride for 500’ more of elevation excitement. Route Map
 
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