Biking is a great way to explore the beauty of Roseburg and the surrounding countryside. Whether you're traveling around town or through the local wine country, the following resources will help you become more familiar and involved with active transportation and our community.
Cycle Umpqua is a great place to learn about great rides around the 100 Valleys of the Umpqua.
Roseburg Bike and Pedestrian Plan demonstrates a commitment to active transportation for all ages and abilities.
Umpqua Velo Club is a recreational cycling organization in Roseburg, Oregon, that works to promote cycling, safety, education, defense and protection of the rights and responsibilities of cyclists.
Bicycle Transportation Alliance is a non-profit membership organization working to promote bicycling and improve bicycling conditions in Oregon.
Oregon Bicycle & Pedestrian Program provides direction to the Oregon Department of Transportation in establishing pedestrian and bicycle facilities on state highways.
Oregon Scenic Bikeways features routes suggested by locals — so you know you’re getting the best of the best.
Path Less Pedaled is a great place to learn about family bicycle travel and rural economic development.
Alliance for Biking & Walking provides a wealth of information, including information about the social, health, and economic benefits of biking and walking.
League of American Bicyclists represents bicyclists in the movement to create safer roads, stronger communities, and a bicycle-friendly America. Through information, advocacy and promotion, the League works to celebrate and preserve the freedom cycling brings to everyone
Education & Safety
Federal Highway Administration Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety develops projects, programs and materials for use in reducing pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities.
National Center for Safe Routes to School provides information to help kids safely walk or bike to school.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center works to promote safe walking and bicycling as a viable means of transportation and physical activity.
Smart Cycling is designed to develop your knowledge of bicycling safety by using lessons, interactive components and videos.
Walk Bike to School is your resource for promoting physical activity and creating safe routes to school.
Bike Friendly Business Program provides tips and tools to grow Oregon's biking economy.
Bikeability Checklist is an easy to use tool to determine the bikeability of your community or neighborhood.
National Complete Streets Coalition - The latest on designing streets to accommodate all users - pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit.
National Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center provides resources related to creating walkable environments.
$400 Million Generated
By Bicycle Tourism
The Economic Significance of Bicycle-Related Travel in Oregon looks at the economic impact of bicycling across Oregon, including mountain biking, scenic bikeways and local bicycle amenities.
National Surge in Bicycling
The national surge in bicycling since 1995 may have more to do with healthy hips than with hipsters. More than a third of the increase is coming from people between the ages of 60 and 79.
Bike Friendly Business Program
Oregon is the first state in the nation to create a Bike Friendly Business Program geared toward travelers.
The World Health Organization's Global Age-Friendly Cities Guide and their Checklist of Essential Features of Age-Friendly Cities.
John's people-powered commute burns calories not gas.
7 Easy Steps to a Perfectly Fitted Helmet
We all travel life’s roads. I stand before you to ask for your cooperation in providing safe space for cyclists. When you see a cyclist on the road, please, yield to life.