About the Barrel to Keg

Join us for the second annual Barrel to Keg follow link Ride.  This is a “sister event” to the http://flywind.com.br/bakester/6436 Barrel to Keg Relay and will take place the day after the running event and utilize most of the same course and all of the proceeds benefit Community Services Consortium (CSC), a public non-profit helping people overcome poverty!  We will have a special prize for anyone who competes in both events!
New for 2017 is a road ride course option too! Learn more below.

ROUTE DESCRIPTION

The route is gravel from start to mile 44. You will need to have a bike capable of riding rough dirt and gravel roads. At rest area #2, mile 44 ~ Elk City County Park, the road turns to pavement and any bike may be used for this section.

Bus Return Service

For those that need transportation from finish in Newport back to their vehicle at winery, we will have a bus available.
Bus info: $20 for bus ride from Yacht Club to winery. We have one bus ride available & bus will leave Newport at 4:30 & return to winery by 5:30. Bikes will be transported in a separate vehicle that will follow bus. Bus spots must be purchased in advance.

TRANSPORTATION

This is a point A to point B ride and riders are responsible for their own transportation to start and pick up at finish. Teams are responsible for their own transportation to exchange points including start and finish. We encourage everyone to have friend or family member drop them off at start & head to Newport to enjoy the day & meet you at finish for celebration.

MIXED SURFACE ROUTE DESCRIPTION

The route is gravel from start to mile 44. You will need to have a bike capable of riding rough dirt and gravel roads. At rest area #2, mile 44 ~ Elk City County Park, the road turns to pavement and any bike may be used for this section.

MIXED SURFACE RIDE ROUTE

Starting at the Harris Bridge Vineyard west of Philomath and finishing at Yaquina Bay Yacht Club in Newport — the route runs through 67 miles of some of the most beautiful back roads of the Oregon coast range. Ride can be done solo or you can split up the sections and ride as a team.

NEW! ROAD ROUTE DESCRIPTION

This ride will begin and end at the Yaquina Bay Yacht Club located on the Historic Bayfront in Newport. Riders will enjoy an all pavement ride along one of the most scenic routes in the area.

NEW! ROAD RIDE ROUTE

Riders begin the journey along the Bay Road which meanders along the Yaquina River and climbs into the town of Toledo. Elk City Park sits on the river and is where you will enjoy a snack break & rest stop. This is the point where our Gravel Riders and our Pavement riders meet before you turn around and head back to the Yacht Club for an awesome finish line party. This route enjoys low traffic, nice shoulders, scenic views, a couple of great climbs, & 45 miles of road bike worthy pavement.

Countdown until the Barrel to Keg

2017/07/23 10:00:00

Ride Schedule and Important Times

binäre optionen kritik Check-In and Directions:  Check in begins at 8:00 am at  Harris Bridge Vineyard, (22937 Harris Road Philomath, Oregon, 97370).  Click on link for directions to start.

How to get to the Start at Harris Bridge Vineyard (HBV): From Corvallis: Go west on Highway 20, through Philomath (10 miles from Highways 99W/34/20). Watch for signs for the Harris Bridge Vineyard, turning right at Highway 223, right onto Harris Road, and go 2.5 miles to HBV (the paved road turns to gravel). (Harris Bridge Vineyard, 22937 Harris Road, Philomath, OR 97370)

From Newport: Go east on Highway 20 (40.5 miles from Highway 101). As you approach Philomath watch for signs for the Harris Bridge Vineyard, turning left at Highway 223, right onto Harris Road, and go 2.5 miles to HBV (the paved road turns to gravel). (Harris Bridge Vineyard, 22937 Harris Road, Philomath, OR 97370) GPS: Latitude N 44° 34’ 44.6” Longitude W 123° 27’ 36.6”.

New this year an additional route:  The Barrel 2 Keg “Road Ride”

This ride will begin and end at the Yaquina Bay Yacht Club located on the Historic Bayfront in Newport.  Riders will enjoy an all pavement ride along one of the most scenic routes in the area.  Road Ride check in time is 9:00am and start time is 10 AM.  This should give ample time for groups that want to drop some riders off at the Gravel start in Philomath which begins at 9AM and then drive to Newport to begin the Road Ride at 10 AM.

Start / End Time:  Gravel Ride start time is 9 am. Road Ride start time is 10am.  Ride will begin as group start.  This is a non-timed event and is NOT a race.  Final sweep of course will happen at 4 pm.

forum forex Finish: Ride will finish at the Yaquina Bay Yacht Club, Newport, Oregon.  Yaquina Bay Yacht Club sits on the historic Newport Bayfront, 750 SE Bay Blvd.  Newport, Oregon 97365.

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  • All riders must wear a helmet that meets CPSC requirements.
  • This is a recreational ride that is open to all cyclists. We will be riding on open roads and with traffic. All cyclists must follow the rules of the road and ride with safety in mind.
  • Riders should bring clothing for a variety of weather conditions and dressing in layers is always advisable.
  • Riders should be self-sufficient with their own water bottles, flat repair kits; including spare tube, pump, and tools needed for road side repairs.
  • We will have mechanical support at the rest stops but riders need to come prepared to complete their own repairs while out on the course.
  • We will have a SAG vehicle on the course and will sweep the route at days end.
  • This ride is for recreational purposes only and is NOT a timed race.
  • Ride will take place rain or shine.

go to link Will there be food available?

We will have 2 rest areas on the route that will offer great snacks and hydration to keep you pedaling along. A post ride refreshment is offered to each rider over 21 years of age. There will be a beer garden.

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http://joetom.org/masljana/4774 Will there be support on the bike route?

Yes, we will have mechanical support at the rest areas and a SAG vehicle will be on the course as well.

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FOR THE GRAVEL RIDE:

How to get to the Start at Harris Bridge Vineyard (HBV): From Corvallis: Go west on Highway 20, through Philomath (10 miles from Highways 99W/34/20). Watch for signs for the Harris Bridge Vineyard, turning right at Highway 223, right onto Harris Road, and go 2.5 miles to HBV (the paved road turns to gravel). (Harris Bridge Vineyard, 22937 Harris Road, Philomath, OR 97370)

From Newport: Go east on Highway 20 (40.5 miles from Highway 101). As you approach Philomath watch for signs for the Harris Bridge Vineyard, turning left at Highway 223, right onto Harris Road, and go 2.5 miles to HBV (the paved road turns to gravel). (Harris Bridge Vineyard, 22937 Harris Road, Philomath, OR 97370) GPS: Latitude N 44° 34’ 44.6” Longitude W 123° 27’ 36.6”

FOR THE ROAD RIDE:

Meet at the Yaquina Bay Yacht Club at: 750 SE Bay Blvd, Newport, OR 97365

For the gravel ride:
We are recommending 35mm cross type tires for the ride.  We are not able to be familiar with each rider, your bike and your handling skills so we are recommending this based on our knowledge of the course and our riders who were on cross style bikes.

Register For Either The Mixed Surface or the Road Ride

As this is a ride to benefit a charity, NO REFUNDS will be given. Event proceeds benefit Community Services Consortium (CSC), a public non-profit helping people overcome poverty!

Registration pricing varies by date of registration!

Early Bird Registration

By April 7
$40 per rider

Must be registered by April 7.

Only valid for a single rider.

Regular Registration

April 8 - July 7
$45 per rider

Must be registered by July 8.

Only valid for a single rider.

Late Registation

July 8 - July 21
$55 per rider

Must be registered by July 21.

Only valid for a single rider.

Day of Registration

July 23
$65 per rider

Must be registered by July 23.

Only valid for a single rider.

Ride Sponsors

Proceeds to benefit:

Community Services Consortium (CSC) has a vision is to end poverty. Our services focus on essential day-to-day survival, such as food, housing, and access to health care; as well as developing new skills that lead to independence through education, training, and work readiness. Whether people need help keeping the heat on today or want help planning for their career of tomorrow, CSC is here to help.

We believe that every family should have access to a stable home, nutritious food, quality education and training, and a job that pays a living wage. We also realize these things can be hard to get without some help along the way. Since 1980, CSC has been part of a state and national network helping people and communities to thrive. 

CSC is helping people and changing lives right here in our own communities. We hope you’ll help too! Make a donation today and together we can help people and change lives!