Oregonians love their bikes and we are truely blessed with an amazing number of scenic backroads to explore. The Hood River Harvest Ride is a family-friendly bike ride through the less-traveled majestic back-roads of the Hood River Valley. There are five routes from easy to moderate to challenging and a new "kids under ten" loop this years. Riders have the option to take 'er easy or feel the burn.
There will be reasonable offsite childcare available from Bambinos International Learning Center and for family and friends not riding, plenty to see and do on the Hood River County Fruit Loop, a 35-mile driving tour through the Valley's orchards, forests and small country communities.
The Hood River Harvest Ride is a fundraiser for the non-profit Hood River Valley Residents Committee (HRVRC). Formed in 1977 to prevent harmful development in the upper Hood River Valley, HRVRC continues its work to nurture and protect those things which make Hood River the beautiful place that it is.
Enjoy your time in the Hood River Valley during this, our harvest season. When staying at a member in of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild in the Mt Hood/Columbia River Gorge you'll start your day with a hearty Northwest Breakfast and have a comfortable base to end your day.