Wrapping up our best electric bike vacations series is beautiful Oregon. Oregon is one of the most geographically diverse states in the country, and there's no better way to enjoy the scenic views than on an e-bike. Here are some of the best places to enjoy the environment.
Covered Bridges Scenic Bikeway
The Covered Bridges Scenic Bikeway is 36 miles of smooth, paved trail designed for bikes. This is perfect for an all-day ride for families and experienced riders alike to enjoy.
The bikeway travels along the Row River National Recreation Trail, which loops around Dorena Lake and up to Culp Creek. This gives riders not only a beautiful lakeside view but also what this bikeway is named for, the region's four picturesque historic covered bridges.
By continuing up to Culp Creek, e-bikers can enjoy a historic logging community and Wildwood Falls. Afterward, there is a lot to do in the small town of Cottage Grove to relax and enjoy the atmosphere.
Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway
The Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway was the first official Scenic Bikeway in the U.S., and it is still one of the best for an e-bike vacation. With over 134 miles of paved road to enjoy, it follows the Willamette River as it passes through the valley surrounded by picturesque mountains on either side.
There is no better way to enjoy Oregon's history and scenery than on an e-bike where you can observe the many historical towns, rich agriculture, and the Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge.
As you travel the scenic bikeway, check out the wineries to enjoy tastings, and for those who want to rough it, the numerous campgrounds to rest for a multi-day journey. With a temperate climate, this an e-bike spot riders can enjoy year-round.
With vacation time coming up, there's no better way to enjoy some time with your family than on your trusty e-bike. With all the incredible bike routes out there, the only thing you have to worry about is which one to choose. There are trails out there for any skill level, and with your e-bikes, people of any age can enjoy getting out and discovering something new.
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