The Oregon Gran Fondo May 21st,2017

Classic Road Cycling at its finest! 

The Oregon Gran Fondo Sunday May 21st, 2017

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oregon gran fondoGran Fondo is Italian and translates approximately to “Big Ride.” Gran Fondo rides have their origin in Italy and France, where the general public was invited to ride a single stage of one of the professional grand tours, the Tour de France, and the Giro D'Italia after the pro race went through. Everyone, of any age and ability, was invited to participate. Ex-professionals and elite racers lined up side by side with 80-year-old farmers toting baguettes in the baskets of their 1920’s era commuter bikes. Family members lined the route and handed out food and water bottles. While some choose to ride fast and test their endurance, by definition, a Gran Fondo is not a race, but rather a mass start event designed to draw the community together and give everyone a chance to enjoy the fun of riding a bike on the same course as the pros. It is truly a ride for everyone! At The Oregon Gran Fondo, teams and individuals, who want to race, will do that on the 117-mile Gran route or ride the 71 mile Medio Route


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This Year we are pleased to announce the arrival of Levi Leipheimer to the Oregon Gran Fondo in Support of the King Ridge Foundation and a reciprocal Oregon Homeless Youth Advocacy program.

We are working out the details and will have much more information to come including a speaking engagement and more the weekend of the 19th of May.  




This event is proudly supported by CO-Motion Cycles and Rolf Prima Wheels

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This year's event is capped at 500 total so register early for best pricing and a place on the starting line. 

Please note that riders under 15 are not allowed to enter and this event follows the rules of the road unless indicated prior to for flagging and traffic controls. E-mail  or 541-225-7946 for more information. 

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Early Pricing starts at 75.00 early for the Oregon Gran Fondo Gran Route and 65.00 for the Medio!

 117-mile Gran route,  71-mile Medio.  


What's Included

Event Shirt, super support and post event food and beverages included at all Triple Crown Events thanks to our Sponsors!



DIRECTIONS TO DOWNTOWN COTTAGE GROVE FROM I-5: From North (Eugene): • Take I-5 south • Take Exit 174 (Cottage Grove/Dorena Lake)

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Gran Route

The Oregon Gran Fondo has routes for everyone — from professional teams, Club Teams and amateur riders.It’s a celebration of cycling that features both competition, and riding just for the fun of it on a 117-mile route.

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Medio Route

This 71-mile route follows the Gran Route for the first 41 miles and then turns north onto Elk Creek Road (which turns into Buck Creek Road) to Siuslaw River Road, where the course turns east for the return to Bohemia Park. Riders will enjoy seemingly prehistoric forest scenery and fondly remember the 4377 feet of climbing.

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Check online race results shortly after the event for up to date event results Read More
Our Local Host Lodging is the Village Green Resort in Cottage Grove. Pick up your packet the night before and have dinner and relax. Read More
Cottage Grove has many local trails, wineries within 30 minutes to explore including the Row River Trail. Read More