Activité Trip2 23
Add event to: Add to Outlook/iCal  Add to Google Calendar  Add to Yahoo Calendar | 

Oregon-Astoria to San Francisco

Quand: Sam, 16-Sep-2023 08:00 - Jeu, 28-Sep-2023 08:00

Leader: Hans Feldman Cliquez ici
Trip Dates: Sept 16-28, 2023
Difficulty Level: Challenging
Trip Cost: 10-18 participants  $3000CDN based on double occupancy
On-line Registration Opens: Sunday, March 5 at 9:00 am
On-line Registration Closes: Sunday, March 19 at 6:00 pm
Registration Method: “First come first serve”

Trip Deposit:  $1500.00  upon registration 
Final Payment:  $1500.00 August 15, 2023 or less depending on registration!

EBTC Refund policy
If canceled prior to the payment deadline, the deposit is forfeited if no replacement is found.
If canceling after the payment deadline, the full fee is forfeited if no replacement is found.

Once you register, you will receive confirmation with instructions on how to pay your deposit. 

Ride Description:

Come finish your road bike cycling season off with a 12-day trip at the end of September that makes its way down the scenic Oregon Coast Bike Route. Our cycling journey begins in Astoria, Oregon, and follows the Pacific coastline, heading through the Redwoods (Avenue of the Giants) and we finish with cycling across the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco completing approximately 1257 km.

Participants will make their own way to the Portland airport on September 16 and will be transported to Astoria. The bikes will be transported down in an enclosed trailer. We will be shuttled to the route starting point. There will be two support vehicles to transport luggage, provide snacks/ lunch, and aid as needed to riders. We will finish the route in San Francisco with a night in a hotel and a final celebration dinner. Riders will be responsible for finding their own way home for themselves or maybe you want to hang out longer and check out San Francisco. The routes are available on “ridewithgps”.

Please note: Everyone arriving by plane (WJ that arrives at 11:21) can board the shuttle that departs shortly after noon. We should arrive in Astoria by 2:30-3:00 so people will have time to test bikes, and if necessary, there is a bike shop nearby.

Make sure your passport is current. 

Double occupancy hotel rooms. Rooms will be shared by couples or same-gender singles. Please indicate if you are a couple when signing up. I will try to match singles to a roommate.

This is a Challenging ride as we will average 105 km per day with a max of 130 km in one day, with two 400M good climbs. E-bikes are welcome, and extra batteries can be placed in one of the two support vehicles. This is a recreational ride so a pace of 18km is all that is expected. You will be riding from hotel to hotel.

There will be two support vehicles leap-frogging each other along the way, carrying your luggage and what you will need for the day.

Fees Include:

  • Transportation from Portland airport to Astoria
  • Transportation of bikes to Portland/Eureka and back from San Francisco 
  • Cargo trailer for moving luggage each day and for transporting bikes
  • Most hotels include a hot breakfast, not just continental, laundry is also available at all hotels
  • I will make sure hotels are always within walking distance of restaurants for supper

Fees do not include:

  • Participants will be responsible for getting to Portland (contact me for flight information)
  • Participants will be responsible for getting to San Francisco airport or however they what to return 
  • Suppers are not included

There will be a trip planning meeting for registered participants approximately two to three weeks before trip departure. More detailed information will be shared at that time. Date to be determined.


Sept 13
Bikes and cycling gear will be loaded into the trailer, and bikes will be secured to a bike rack and tied down with pool noodles. Location and time to be determined. For security reasons at the border, you will need to transport your personal luggage.

Sept 16
Fly or arrive at the Portland airport where there will we will transport riders and luggage to Astoria where the ride will begin the next day. We will be departing around noon, there is a bike shop in Astoria in case of problems. This is the only location that does not include breakfast. Motel 6 Astoria

Sept 17
The adventure begins as we ride along the coast for 102 km to our first night in Tillamook. Hot tub and pool available after the ride. Hotel Ashley Inn of Tillamook

Sept 18
We start the day with a hot breakfast and we ride 127 km to Newport. Days Inn by Wyndham, Newport

Sept 19
Ride 116 km to Reedsport. Breakfast is included and there are Laundry facilities available. The hotel has a hot tub for those wanting to relax. Best Western Salbasgeon Inn & Suites of Reedsport

Sept 20
We start the day with a hot breakfast and then a 90 km ride to Bandon. At times you will be at beach level and other times on a cliff overlooking the beach. Sunset Oceanfront Lodging

Sept 21
Another shorter day of 92 km to Gold beach, where our hotel will have a beach view. Pacific Reef Hotel

Sept 22
89 km ride to Crescent City. You’re leaving Oregon and entering California. Rules of the road change to single file. Ocean View Inn

Sept 23
We start with a 400M climb, but the downhill will make it worth it. This is our longest day with a 130 km ride to Eureka, this is where we join the group taking the shorter trip. Bayside Inn & Suites

Sept 24
Avenue of the Giants, 114 km total ride with 50 km on a secondary road (think of the bow valley parkway) weaving between the massive redwoods. We finish the day in Garberville. Hot tub and pool available after the ride. Hotel Best Western Plus Humbolt House Inn

Sept 25
Another 400M climb, but the view of the ocean from the top is spectacular. 108 km day to Fort Bragg. Super 8 by Wyndham Fort Bragg

Sept 26
Lots of rolling hills, this is the California coastline. 93 km to Gualala. The Surf Motel at Gualala

Sept 27
Another day of twisty turns and rolling hills as we move away from the coast towards Sonoma (Wine Country) for 118 km, stopping at Petaluma. Hotel Quality Inn Petulama

Sept 28
75 km to the Golden Gate bridge and you’re in San Francisco. We celebrate the finish with supper on Pier 39 (Fisherman Wharf)? Hotel Travelodge by Fisherman Wharf.


No. max de participants: 17

Inscrivez-vous avant le:
Sam, 10-Jun-2023 23:00


Hans Feldmann
Tél: (780) 983-1511
Courriel: Cliquez ici

All Events by Edmonton Bicycle & Touring Club

Retour au Menu Principal