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Pendleton On Wheels (POW) is a friendly group of cycling enthusiasts in Pendleton, Oregon, the northeast part of the state. We primarily ride on the road, though some members are avid mountain bikers. Some members ride fast and hard, some ride at a moderate pace, and some ride slower and don’t go as far. The scenery is beautiful around here – we ride by green fields of wheat in the spring, golden wheat early summer, and trees with colorful leaves in autumn.

There are plenty of rolling hills to enjoy. You can ride lots of miles on the backcountry roads without a lot of traffic most of the time. Rides are every Saturday from the beginning of April to the beginning of October.

Come ride with us!

Christine Guenther
POW President

Get Out, Get Involved, Ride with POW!

No CROC in 2018! Our volunteers need a break so we are taking the year off.

Century Ride of the Centuries 2017 was Memorial Day Weekend with rides on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Distances from modest to challenging in the rolling hills, wheat fields, and range lands of eastern Oregon. Small towns, themed rest stops, and country roads. Breakfasts, bike storage, and the Sunday banquet were at the Pendleton Convention Center.

Upcoming Events

Saturday rides will start in the spring.

See calendar for times and routes.

Also look for Beginner Bike Rides if you are new to cycling.

Helmets required and kids under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

IT’S NOT ABOUT THE DESTINATION, IT’S ABOUT THE RIDE.

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