Looking to meet some new people and get out more often.
What part of the area would you like to see rides in?
What level of rides do you like - short and easy, long and challenging, or somewhere in between??
Long & laid-back.
Are you a fair-weather rider or do you ride year round?
Deinitely a fair-weather rider.
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We're always looking for new ride leaders! You don't need to be a real expert or a very strong rider - we especially need people willing to lead short easy rides for beginners. Would you be interested in giving it a try someday?
Welcome to OutSpoke'n, Natasha. "Long and laid back" sounds like us. We go long distances but we're sure not racers. We have rides at different lengths, so watch the website and pick one that looks good.
Hi! Out Spoke'n is a sister group to Northwest Butts on Bikes, better known as BOB. In a few weeks we will re-unite with BOB and go back to being just one large group. You'll find us on the BOB website.
We will continue doing what we've always done -- recreational bike rides for intermediate level cyclists. We explore the area from Clark County all the way to the Yamhill Valley. We're not speedsters and we're not beginners; we're true intermediates - not too fast, not too slow. We love good scenery and great downhills. We ride up hills but we just go up them a little slower. We do distance - it just takes us longer. Along the way we eat, enjoy the view and take pictures. We wait for the slow climbers and make sure the person at the back feels like part of the group - after all it's not a competition. Think of us as the happy medium of cycling clubs.