Cycling Research

  1. The Economic Significance of Cycling on Oregon Scenic Bikeways: 2014, Dean Runyan Associates

    The state’s Scenic Bikeways contribute to significant expenditures made within the local areas for lodging, dining, groceries, and other retail goods.…

  2. Columbia River Gorge Bicycle Recreation: Economic Impact Forecast for the Communities Along the Historic Columbia River Highway 2014, Dean Runyan Associates

    Under the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail Plan (a joint effort by the Oregon Department of Transportation, Oregon Parks…

  3. Oregon Bicycle Industry Regional Economic Significance: 2014, Dean Runyan Associates

    Bicycling and the bicycle industry are iconic in Oregon, representing a unique aspect of the state’s identity and economy. This…

  4. The Economic Significance of Bicycle-Related Travel in Oregon: 2012, Dean Runyan Associates

    Travel to and throughout Oregon represents an important component of the state’s economy and participation in bicycling activities plays a…

  5. Adventure Tourism Market Report: 2009, George Washington University, Adventure Travel Trade Association & Xola Consulting

    The purpose of this study was to gain a better understanding of the size and characteristics of the adventure tourism…

  6. Oregon Cyclist Visitor Analysis: 2009, Longwoods International

    This report provides information about the market size, average expediture on day and overnight trips as well as overall spending of Oregon’s bicycle travel market.

  7. Economic Impact of USA Cycling Championships in Bend, Oregon: 2009, Central Oregon Research Services

    The primary purpose of this study was to measure the economic impact generated by the 2009 USA Cycling Junior/U23/Elite National…

  8. Bend Area Summer Visitor Intercept Survey: 2009, RRC Associates, Inc.

    This report provides insight about the types of activities visitors to Bend, Oregon participate in. Hiking / trail running, dining, shopping and biking were among the top activities.

  9. Value of the Bicycle-Related Industry in Portland: 2008, Alta Planning & Design

    The purpose of this study is to determine the economic impact of the bicycle-related industry in Portland, Oregon.