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Saturday, December 21, 2013

Velodirt - THE OREGON OUTBACK – GUEST POST BY MICHAEL MCCULLOUGH

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We’re doing a series of guest posts by riders planning to tackle the Oregon Outback in May.  Look for a new post about every week or so.  Of note – Michael was involved in the creation of the OC&E Trail, which makes up the first 70 miles or so of the Outback route.  Enjoy!
-Words and photos by Michael McCullough.
I am considering participating in the 2014 Oregon Outback bike tour. I love the concept – it is a 360 mile unsupported bike tour, most of which is on remote dirt roads (and trails) in the barely populated Eastern part of Oregon (commonly referred to as Oregon’s Outback).
The best part is that the beginning of the ride, the first seventy five miles or so, is on the OC&E Woods Line State Trail - a 100 mile long Rails to Trails project that is a long, narrow Oregon State Park.

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