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regon has been supporting bicycling since 1971 by developing bikeways throughout the state. Thousands of bicyclists enjoy the natural beauty of the Oregon Coast Bike Route annually. For the most part, it follows US Highway 101 as a shoulder bikeway. In several areas, the route departs from the main highway and follows county roads and city streets. These sections are closer to the ocean, are more scenic, and have lower traffic volumes and slower traffic speeds. The total length of the signed bike route is 370 miles (595 km). It can be lengthened to 380 miles (610 km) by taking the alternate Three Capes Scenic Route. On average, most cyclists take six to eight days to tour the coast, by cycling 50 to 65 miles ( 8 0 t o 1 0 5 k m ) p e r d a y . This is a reasonable rate, due to the mountainous nature of the coast: the total rise and fall is close to 16,000 feet (4900 m). It is highly recommended that you cycle in a north to south direction, if your trip is planned between May and October, as the prevailing winds blow from the northwest. Most points of interest and viewpoints are on the ocean side. The Department of Transportation has concentrated most of its widening improvements on the southbound shoulder. The green and red colored lines on the map indicate the general shoulder widths.

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Before you plan your next trip, visit us at www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/ BIKEPED/maps.shtml for the most current map.


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yclists can choose between camping, hotels or bed and breakfasts. Reservations are highly recommended for hotel rooms in the summer months.

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Bike Route Signing

he entire route has been signed. The above sign is located at all intersections where the bike route departs from the main highway, and at key locations along bypasses to guide cyclists through these areas. h")+%3/.2/!$7!9vWARNINGSIGNSHAVEBEENPLACED along some stretches of roadway where the shoulder is narrow; motorists are therefore forewarned of the possible presence of bicyclists.

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lease: ride carefully, be courteous to other roadway users, and follow the rules of the road.

In Oregon, bicyclists are required to follow the same rules as motorists insofar as they apply; ride with the normal traffic flow, as far to the right side of the roadway as practicable. Bicyclists may ride two abreast, but should only do so when it is safe and will not impede traffic. When riding after dark, the bicycle or its rider must be equipped with a white light visible at least 500 feet to the front and a red light or reflector visible at least 600 feet to the rear. In addition to the above rules, we offer these suggestions:

s Wear bright or light-colored clothing. s $ONTRIDEINHEAVYFOG)NSUMMERANDFALL THE fog usually lifts by late morning.) s 7EARAHELMET s 3TOPOFFTHEROADWAY s "EWAREOFSTRONGWINDGUSTONBRIDGESEITHERRIDE on the roadway, or walk on the sidewalk. s 4HETWOTUNNELSONTHEROUTEHAVEh"ICYCLES in Tunnel� warning lights installed for your protection; they can be activated by pushing a button at the entrance.

-ANY CAMPGROUNDS ARE EQUIPPED WITH h(IKER "IKERv sites. They provide a place to set up a tent away from the conventional campsites, yet are still close to showers and rest room facilities. The fee is $4 per person per night. NOTE: Campgrounds may display a “Campground Full� sign when the conventional sites are all occupied; please inquire with the attendant as to availability of Hiker-Biker sites. For additional information on campgrounds and state parks, contact:

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725 Summer Street NE, Salem, OR 97301-1271 (503) 986-0650 ď‚– www.prd.state.or.us/ Reservations Northwest at (800) 452-5687 or read their publication OREGON PARKS & HERITAGE GUIDE

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regon is generally blessed with mild weather. During the main summer bicycling season, temperatures rarely exceed the eighties, and can even be as cool as the mid-fifties. Fog in the morning is fairly common, and always pack rain gear! Winds can be quite strong and steady, so plan your direction of travel accordingly. Winter storms can get blustery, so caution is urged when cycling at this time of year. The best cycling experiences are usually from late !UGUSTTOEARLY/CTOBER ASTHECOMBINATIONOFMODERATE temperatures, north winds, low precipitation and reduced highway traffic creates nearly ideal conditions. For up-to-date long-term weather forecasts, consult this website: www.tripcheck.com/

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he following table indicates general variations in seasonal highway traffic. The Oregon Coast is popular with all travelers, and in many places the highway is the only route available for commercial transport. Tourist traffic drops off significantly after Labor Day.

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any touring cyclists include the Oregon Coast as part of a larger tour, by cycling in from Washington and continuing on through to California. Others come to Oregon just to ride the coast.

Other Publications -!03

OREGON BICYCLING GUIDE OREGON HIGHWAY MAP

Oregon Department of Transportation Transportation Building Salem, OR 97301 or call (503) 986-3556 or via internet website: www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/BIKEPED/

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WHERE TO STAY IN OREGON

/REGON,ODGING!SSOCIATION 12724 SE Stark Street, Portland, OR 97233 (503) 255-5135 ď‚– www.oregonlodging.com

OREGON TOURISM COMMISSION www.traveloregon.com

BOOKS:

There are several excellent books available that will help you enjoy your trip more. They describe in detail the history, culture and natural landmarks associated with the Oregon Coast.

BICYCLING THE PACIFIC COAST

)FYOUmYINTO0ORTLAND YOUMAYCONSIDERRIDINGTO!STORIA along the Columbia River. The distance is about 95 miles. The ride is mostly flat, with a few long hills. Or you may travel by commercial bus, if your bicycle is in a box.

Tom Kirkendall & Vicky Spring Published by The Mountaineers

In Brookings, there is a bike shop that will provide a bicycle box for free, or pack it for you for $25, so you can take a commercial bus back to your point of origin. Contact: Escape Hatch, 642 Railroad Street, Brookings OR, 97415; (541) 469-2914 or (800) 495-2453. If you want to begin or end your trip in Florence, Bicycles 101, located at Hwy 101 and 8th St, will receive your boxed bike, or for a fee of $35 they will box it for shipment. For details call: (541) 997-5717.

Robin Cody Published by Umbrella books

If you plan to accomplish part of your journey using buses or trains, you may obtain the Oregon Inter City Passenger Timetables by calling (503) 986-3300. )FYOUDRIVETO!STORIA LONG TERMPARKINGISAVAILABLE at the Visitor Information Center, 111 W Marine Drive (503) 325-6311. Should you decide to cycle only part of the coast, or wish to do a loop tour, many of the highways leading inland from the coast provide scenic bicycling opportunities. Contact the Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Office FOR MORE INFORMATION AND A COPY OF THE /2%'/. ")#9#,).''5)$%

BICYCLING THE OREGON COAST

Please contact your local bookstore or library for more information.

Comments or suggestions are appreciated; please contact:

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MI37OF!STORIA ................................................................ MI.OF3EASIDE .................................................................... 5 mi. SE of Seaside ..................................................................

MI.OF#ANNON"EACH ...................................................... 1 mi. S of Cannon Beach ........................................................ 3 mi. S of Cannon Beach ......................................................... 5 mi. S of Cannon Beach ......................................................... 10 mi. S of Cannon Beach ....................................................... *3 mi. S of Manzanita Junction............................................... MI.OF'ARIBALDI .................................................................

MI.%OF4ILLAMOOK ........................................................... *10 mi. W of Tillamook ........................................................... *1 mi. W of Tillamook............................................................. 4 mi. S of Tillamook ................................................................ *8 mi. SW of Tillamook ........................................................... *12 mi. SW of Tillamook .........................................................

MI.OF0ACIlC#ITY ........................................................... MI.OF0ACIlC#ITY ............................................................. MI.OF0ACIlC#ITY ............................................................. Pacific City .............................................................................. !T.ESKOWIN ............................................................................ MI3OF.ESKOWIN................................................................. !T,INCOLN#ITY ........................................................................ !T,INCOLN#ITY ........................................................................ 7 mi. S of Lincoln City ............................................................ MI.OF$EPOE"AY .............................................................. MI.OF$EPOE"AY .............................................................. !T$EPOE"AY........................................................................... 2 mi. S of Depoe Bay ............................................................... MI.OF.EWPORT ................................................................ MI.OF.EWPORT ................................................................ MI.OF.EWPORT .................................................................. MI.OF.EWPORT .................................................................. MI.OF.EWPORT .................................................................. .EWPORT .OF9AQUINA"AY"RIDGE ........................................... MI3OF.EWPORT................................................................... MI3OF.EWPORT................................................................... MI3OF.EWPORT................................................................... MI3OF.EWPORT ................................................................. MI.OF7ALDPORT ................................................................. 1 mi. S of Waldport .................................................................. 3 mi. S of Waldport .................................................................. 6 mi. S of Waldport .................................................................. MI.OF9ACHATS ................................................................... !T9ACHATS ................................................................................ 2 mi. S of Yachats .................................................................... 3 mi. S of Yachats .................................................................... 10 mi. S of Yachats ................................................................... *Indicates off route

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MI.7OF&LORENCE ........................................................................ 3 mi. S of Florence .............................................................................. 7 mi. S of Florence .............................................................................. 9 mi. S of Florence .............................................................................. MI.OF2EEDSPORT.......................................................................... MI.OF2EEDSPORT ........................................................................... MI.OR2EEDSPORT ........................................................................... !T7INCHESTER"AY(ARBORAREAS ................................................... 6 mi. S of Reedsport ............................................................................ 8 mi. S of Reedsport ............................................................................ MI.OF.ORTH"END .......................................................................

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www.ohwy.com/or/w/waldport.htm

Yachats:

www.el.com/to/yachats/

Florence:

www.el.com/to/florence/

Tourism: www.traveloregon.com/index.cfm

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www.scod.com/cities/northbend/

!STORIAwww.el.com/to/astoria/

Coos Bay:

www.scod.com/cities/coosbay/

Cannon Beach: www.el.com/to/cannonbeach/

Bandon:

www.bandon.com/

Tillamook: www.tillamookchamber.org/

Port Orford:

www.portorfordoregon.com/

Lincoln City: www.oregoncoast.org/

Gold Beach:

www.el.com/to/goldbeach/

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