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    ride calendar

    Wondering if anybody can pass on a few site where i can go to look up rides in both Washington and Oregon. I know i have seen bikingbis.com suggested but i can never get into that one. Starting to plan out the 2011 schedule. Live in Seattle but interested in trying to do some rides possibly in Oregon. Any web sites that possibly shows whats up for the year would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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    Websites of the two local clubs in the Willamette Valley have links to OR/WA rides. They don't show 2011 dates yet, but most of the rides are annual events around the same time every year. Check these out:
    http://mvbc.com/nwrides.html
    http://santiamspokes.org/Other%20Events.htm

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    Am wondering why you can't "get into" bikingbis? That site always works well for me, any computer...

    In any case, the Bicycle Paper prints a guide to Northwest rides. It's available at various bike shops around town, and at REI. You can also access their website, and look for their two guides -- one is the Northwest Race schedule, and one is called something like the Tour schedule. It's the Tour schedule that you want.

    I always find *their* website really slow to access, but I think their guide downloads (slowly) as a PDF. But it's pretty complete once you get it.

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    Thanks guy's. I like the Mvb site. Just what i am looking for. BengeBoy-not sure why i can not get into this site. i have seen you suggest it a few times but i never have any luck getting on it. Oh Well. Thanks again. Brad

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