Thanks to our volunteers, sponsors, and partners for a great Pioneer Century!

Missed the Pioneer Century ride on June 7? Make it your personal goal to ride with us next year. It's a great way to get that training ride in for the STP, Cycle Oregon, or any other event rides throughout the summer. If you're just getting started riding or are new to town and looking for a bicycle club, we have rides scheduled every day of the week, and you don't have to be a member to ride with us. Check out our calendar

See photos and an article from this year's ride on BikePortland.org.

A testimonial from one of this year's Pioneer Century riders:

“Saturday was my third Pioneer Century, but the first time I've done the whole 100. I just wanted to say thanks for the great job you guys do putting that on. Every year, the staff is so friendly, the route well marked, excellent maps, the support stations are the best, I mean that sincerely; perfect snack selections and the super clean port-a-potties with wash stations, the drinking water stations, clean and easy. You guys are the benchmark for supported rides. Not to mention the tasty lunch.  And how you guys nail the weather every year is beyond me. Looking forward to next year, keep up the great work!”

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.

NEW for 2014! Pioneer Family Ride

ROUTE DESCRIPTIONS

REGISTRATION/COURSE TIMES/RULES OF ROAD/REST STOP HOURS

LUNCH

Interested in being a sponsor for the 2015 Pioneer Century? Click here for more information.

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS FOR 2014:

 
 
 
         
 
 
       

 

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

       
       

 

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