Tour de Clack Bike Ride in Beautiful Estacada!

Saturday, June 14, 2014 - 9:00am
Clackamas River Basin Council
24101 S Entrance Rd
Estacada, OR 97023
United States

Put your pedals to the pavement with the Tour de Clack!

Cyclists are welcome to explore the Clackamas watershed June 14th by participating in Estacada's own environmentally themed bicycle ride. Hosted by the Clackamas River Basin Council, riders can expect to experience scenic views of the Clackamas watershed, see projects of the Clackamas River Basin Council, and have a great time! Highlighted projects include a vegetated bioswale at the Estacada Library, fish passage barrier removal in Delph Creek, a streamside planting project along Eagle Creek, and improvements to fish habitat in Clear Creek.

Beginning and ending in beautiful Milo McIver State Park, riders can choose from two route options. The ambitious 48-mile route is appealing to highly active individuals, while the 32-mile route provides an easier option for more casual riders. Both routes feature spectacular vistas of the Clackamas River and Mt. Hood, as they wind through lush forest and country landscapes. The Tour de Clack is not a race and will be amply supported, so people of various speed and skill levels are encouraged to participate.

Space is limited, so register today! Registration is $20. Riders must be age 15 and over.

Contact Chelsea at 503.679.5741 x105, at, or visit our website or


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Contact Name: 
Chelsea White-Brainard
Contact Phone: 
(503)679-5741 x105
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