Challenge yourself to a True Century, Metric Century, 50 Mile, or Family Ride, and experience all that Scenic Rural Oregon has to offer!
Beginning at the Historic Train Depot in Downtown Ontario, OR, you'll take a tour through the rustic country side, experience the majesty of the High Desert landscape, and make your way towards the stately Owyhee Dam before circling back towards town. Check out this site for mapping info or email Great Owyhee Ride Event Coordinator Kevin Goade (email@example.com) for details.
Whether you're part of a group of hard-core enthusiasts, ride with friends, or just want to bring the family along for the day, Youth & Team Discounts are available.
Nothing's more important to us than the well-being of of our riders! From a continental breakfast and bike tech support the morning of the ride, to multiple well stocked rest stops (serving the staples as well as a variety of fruit, proteins, & even some home-made goodies) along the way, to sag wagons, motorcycle patrols, and a strong local & state Law-Enforcement presence throughout the day, our goal is to ensure that EVERY rider not only goes out and comes back safe, but that they have a fantastic time as well. We like to think that the Great Owyhee Ride Against Hunger is one of the best supported rides in the Treasure Valley...but don't just take our word for it!
We'll even treat you to a post ride meal and cold beverage afterwards!
Oregon Food Bank, Southeast Oregon Services (Ontario, OR) is a fully supported Branch operation of Oregon Food Bank-a non-profit organization whose mission is "eliminating hunger and it's root causes...because no one should be hungry!". Oregon Food Bank-Southeast Oregon Services is an equal opportunity provider-supplying 22 different Partner Agencies and Allied Programs across Malheur & Harney County, Oregon. In 2012, OFB-SOS distributed just under 800,000 pounds of emergency and supplemental food product to Emergency Food Pantries, Domestic Abuse Shelters, Community Meal Sites, programs aimed at Youth Success, & those serving Veterans and the Families of our Armed Services Members. These efforts, in turn serve an average of 4500 individuals (men, women, and children) every month. To learn more about how you can get involved in the fight against hunger, give us a call @ (541) 889-9206, email firstname.lastname@example.org, stop by our warehouse (773 S. Oregon Street-Ontario), or visit www.oregonfoodbank.org.