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Part 3 - Riding
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"We drank a little and anxiously made camp in the largest, dustiest, sandiest and ruttiest field of loose dirt that isn’t a known desert. Ira and Aaron climbed their way to the top of the pocket where they would sleep for the night while Trystan oversaw the assembly of the forty-nine dollar communal Rapha Rider tent, which offered a modest fifteen hundred square feet of living room. When we woke the next morning at six-thirty, Aaron was frozen literally to the top of the pocket and everyone on Cycle Oregon had completely packed-up, organized the transportation of their possessions for the day and either finished or was about to finish their breakfast. Or, most likely the case for about sixty percent of the field, already riding. This would become a familiar and consistently bewildering phenomenon."
– Daniel Pasley
"The roads and routes that connected it all for us, are a combination of chip seal and tarmac, generally smooth and enjoyable. They are easy and safe and often come with a generous shoulder to ride on. Traffic was almost always a non-issue."
– Ryan Thomson