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11th Annual ART OF SURVIVAL Century & Gravel Grinder Bicycle Ride

May 24 - May 26

Registration is now open for the ART OF SURVIVAL CENTURY and GRAVEL GRINDER Bicycle Ride event taking place on Memorial Day weekend. This event isn’t just about pedaling a road or mountain bike through beautiful stretches of countryside. It’s an opportunity to learn more about rural life in our southern Oregon and northern California communities. Breathe the fresh air as you ride along uncrowded roads.  Enjoy our hospitality and small town atmosphere while you learn about our history.

Embark on a journey along the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway, an awe-inspiring All-American Road winding through the captivating landscapes of Southern Oregon and Northern California.  This extraordinary route, distinguished as one of only 42 in the United States for its unique qualities, offers a 500-mile expedition through the remarkable aftermath of geologic forces along the Pacific Rim of Fire.

Whether riding a bicycle or not there is plenty to see and do in our region, so bring your family and enjoy the holiday weekend!  Start your adventure at a pre-ride reception on Friday, May 24 from 4:00-6:30 p.m. at the Malin Broadway Theater in Malin, Oregon.  Pick up your ride packets, meet with other cyclists, enjoy refreshments, discover new activities to explore and learn about the history of our area.

Day 1, Saturday, May 25:  Choose from four routes that begin and end at the Malin Community Park in Malin, OR – 100-mile Century, 60-mile Metric Century, 38-mile and family friendly 13-mile road routes; plus a 22-mile mountain bike route in the Medicine Lake Highlands.

Day 2, Sunday, May 26, is a Gravel Grinder Mix covering distances of 73 and 54 miles and a family friendly 13-mile route.  All gravel routes begin and end at the Butte Valley Community Center in Dorris, CA. Participants of the two long routes will ride along the flatlands of Butte Valley, including the Butte Valley Wildlife Area, farms, ranches and up to Juanita Lake. Views of snow-capped Mount Shasta and Goosenest Mountain are plentiful.

Register for rides both days to get a discount. Post-ride meals are offered both days and are included in the registration fees. Purchase additional meal tickets for your guests to celebrate with you.  Camping and lodging options are also available.  For detailed information and to register visit the Art of Survival website at

We look forward to hosting you in May!


May 24
May 26


Malin Broadway Theatre
2110 Broadway St
Malin, Oregon
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