CRATER LAKE, Ore. — Cyclists had the option of taking a lap around the Crater Lake Rim as Cycle Oregon continued from its Bly starting point Tuesday.
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On the third day of the event, about 2,200 cyclists traveled from Fort Klamath to Prospect. Cycle Oregon’s Ingrid Nylen says the ride included the indescribable views at the National Park.
Tuesday’s route was about 60 miles. However, some riders decided to cycle around the rim and that added an extra 30 miles. Nylen says the riders are enjoying the views and the quality of roads.
On Saturday, the non-profit organization’s ride concludes in Bly and will clock in over 400 miles.