Central Oregon Scenic Bikeways

Central Oregon has always been a hotspot for cyclists. With many miles of fantastic roads that twist and turn through high desert, cool rivers, rugged canyons, volcanic passes, and ponderosa forests there is no questioning that the region has the scenic resources to be an amazing biking destination. This region is home to three Scenic Bikeways: The McKenzie Pass Scenic Bikeway, Twin Bridges Scenic Bikeway, and Sisters to Smith Rock Scenic Bikeway. The Scenic Bikeway Workshop held in Central Oregon was instrumental in helping the communities and businesses of Central Oregon fully actualize the potential benefits that bike tourism can bring to the region.

Travel Oregon has designed a series of Bicycle Tourism Studios and workshops for the Oregon Scenic Bikeways and destinations seeking assistance in developing more bicycle tourism. These Studios are intended to help make our Scenic Bikeways the best places to ride in North America, to elevate surrounding areas as bicycle travel-friendly destinations, and to help local businesses benefit from visiting cyclists. The program is crafted to further planning efforts for each Scenic Bikeway, educate people about the growing cycling tourism market, foster key connections between local players and regional, state and national organizations, and focus community energy on the development of necessary infrastructure, business services and marketing activities.

About the Video: The McKenzie Pass Scenic Bikeway is showcased above, additional videos will be created to help promote each of Oregon’s Scenic Bikeways.

Additional Resources

Additional Program Contact

Erin Borla
Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce
(541) 549-0251
erin@sisterscountry.com

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If you have additional questions or comments about Central Oregon Scenic Bikeways, please contact the appropriate member of the Travel Oregon staff listed below.

  1. Scott Bricker