GRANTS PASS, Ore.– In 1973, seventeen year old George Mount had never watched an Olympic event. Three years later, the grants pass resident nearly made it onto the podium at the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games in cycling. “I finished in ...

ROGUE RIVER, Ore.– The annual Ride the Rogue cycling event is continuing forward despite the COVID-19 crisis. However, there are a few changes. This year, the event is limiting the number of riders to 250. It’s on September 26. There ...

ASHLAND, Ore.– Bike building isn’t something we typically associate with southern Oregon. But an Ashland school is one of the only places in the world providing a full cycling workshop experience. From mechanics and maintenance to building your own frame, ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – An Ashland woman is slowly losing her sight, but that’s only making her goals more clear. “It’s kind of like the idea of a Monet painting, that I can get the gist of what’s there but I ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– Several southern Oregon cities ranked among the most dangerous cities in the state for bicyclists. In a recent study, The Oregonian looked at numbers provided by the Oregon Department of Transportation of bicycle/vehicle collisions and calculated that Medford, Ashland, and Grants Pass were ...

Rogue River, Ore.- Around 500 cyclists gathered in the City of Rogue River today to take part in an annual cycling tradition. Since 2006, Ride the Rogue has helped raise money to maintain and expand the greenway. Each year, the ...

Madison, Wisc. (WMTV) — Before he rides in Ironman, 72-year-old Oregonian Lon Getlin decided to take a ride down memory lane. “We used to have mammoth water balloon fights on Langdon Street right here,” said Getlin. Nearly fifty years ago, ...

Medford, Ore., — Three Rogue Valley friends are making the 110-mile trek from the nation’s capitol to a historic battleground, all by bike. More than 700 cyclists will participate in “Face of America” this year. A two day event that helps ...

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