“The route was through beautiful, rolling Oregon countryside. It will be difficult not to put it on my ‘favorites’ list.”
"I guess you could say I like everything about the ride.”
On May 10, 2014, Oregon Supported Living Program (OSLP) presents the third annual “OSLP Pedal for People Metric Century Ride,” a cycling event raising funds to build bridges to better lives and community inclusion for the adults with developmental disabilities supported by OSLP. People of all ages and cycling levels are invited to Armitage Park for a scenic 100k, 100K PLUS, 60k or 40k ride on Lane and Linn County roads with three well stocked and staffed rest stops for food, drink and encouragement. After the ride, participants enjoy food, music and chats with sponsors at booths in the park.
NEW IN 2014! the "100k Plus" challenge detour for the 100k route near Shotgun Recreational Site that will take advanced riders through a vigorous hill-climb with stunning views! An extreme challenge, the route is similar to one well-known for its use in the Tour of Willamette events in the 1990’s. More info coming soon.
The best part is, you can start your own online fundraising page to win prizes and help support the vital services Oregon Supported Living Program provides for adults with developmental disabilities.
Oregon Supported Living Program is celebrating 25 years of service to adults with developmental disabilities in Eugene and Springfield, Oregon. We make safe, healthy lives possible for the people we support through community integration and person-centered services.
$50 Advance Registration includes pizza lunch and a beer. Registration is $60 on or after May 1st, 2014. The first 100 registrants receive a free t-shirt!