Cycling in Corvallis

Designated a "Bike-Friendly City," Corvallis has many miles of bike paths, trails, and roadside bicycle lanes. Many miles of mountain bike trails, ranging from easy to very technical, abound in the outskirts of the city, with the highest concentration present in the Oregon State University research forest (MacDonald and Dunn forests). In 2011 the United States Census Bureau released data from the 2009 American Community Survey showing that, at 9.3%, Corvallis had the highest percentage of bicycle commuters of any city in the United States.


Mid-Valley Bicycle Club This club is open to cyclists of all ages and abilities. They have several ride options every Saturday morning touring the surrounding Willamette Valley and Coast Range Mountains. They also offer a number of routes on their website.

Corvallis Bicycle Collective Offers free use of tool and equipment, and experts will assist in bike repairs. Also does group workshops with kids, and organizes other occasional events such as alley-cat races and bike swaps.

Bike Shops

Peak sports 207 NW 2nd St (541) 754-6444

Cyclotopia 435 SW 2nd St (541) 757-9694

Cycle Solutions 968 NW Circle Blvd (541) 738-0502

Corvallis Cyclery 344 SW 2nd St (541) 752-5952

Corvallis Bicycle Collective (See above) (541) 224-6885 33900 Southeast Roche Lane (East of Van Buren Bridge)

Play It Again Sports 1422 NW Ninth Street (541) 754-7529