6/3/2014 1:05:00 PM Ride for Two Rivers pedals into Sisters
The Ride for Two Rivers benefit bicycle tour up the scenic McKenzie Pass will pedal into Sisters on Saturday, June 7. Cyclists from across the state and beyond are invited to join the Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce, title sponsor MODA Health and the Eberwein family on the Ride for Two Rivers. Registration is still available online at www.RideforTwoRivers.com for $45 through June 5, and a limited number of walk-up registrations are available.
Participants will enjoy a fully supported bicycle tour up Highway 242 (the McKenzie Pass) while it is still closed to vehicle traffic. Cyclists will be able to use their pedal-power for good - a portion of the proceeds from this ride benefit two of Central Oregon's wild & scenic rivers, the Metolius River in Camp Sherman and Whychus Creek in Sisters, through the National Forest Foundation.
The Ride for Two Rivers begins at Creekside Park and winds its way to the top of spectacular lava-rock moonscape through the forested landscape of McKenzie Pass, offering pristine mountain views along the way. Riders coast back to Sisters and FivePine Lodge where, for an additional fee, they can enjoy a farm-to-table-style dinner.
This fully supported ride offers a variety of round-trip routes for all ability levels from 18 to 75 miles.
For more information on the Ride for Two Rivers contact Erin Borla at the Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 541-549-0251.