Looking for a unique and fun way to explore Oregon’s wine country? Why not try a wine bike tour! These tours offer a fun and leisurely way to see the many wineries that Oregon has to offer. You’ll be able to taste some of the best wines in the region, and you’ll get some exercise at the same time!

With a wine bike tour, you can explore Oregon’s wineries in an enjoyable and eco-friendly way. From the picturesque vineyards to the stunning views of the countryside, wine biking is an unforgettable experience. Not only will you get to taste some amazing wines along the way, but you’ll also be able to take in all of Oregon’s natural beauty. Plus, you’ll be able to go at your own pace and stop whenever you like to explore different wineries.

Here are some of the best wine bike tours in Oregon:

Muddy Valley

The 26-mile Muddy Valley Route, starting in McMinnville, is a moderate difficulty taking approximately two and a half hours to finish. With gorgeous views throughout of the Willamette Valley, stop by Youngberg Hill for some wine tastings at our award-winning winery. For excellent food options along the trail, try the gourmet snacks at Bellevue Country Store or Stumptown Coffee.


Riverside Drive is the perfect short evening cruise for those who want to bike in the region without spending an entire day biking. The seven-mile ride starts and ends at Joe Dancer Park, with plenty of stops along the way. We recommend stopping at Evasion Brewing on Saturdays to try their gluten-free brews!

Latham Loop

The Latham Loop is a 32-mile scenic bikeway that is mostly moderate, but the first half of the ride does have some fairly steep climbs. To make sure you don’t get too tired, plan to stop at Youngberg Hill, Coeur de Terre Vineyard, and Coleman Vineyards. You can even take a tour of the properties and order a bottle of your favorite wine to be shipped back home!

Abby Road

The Abby Road bike trail is a popular choice for experienced cyclists. The 82-acre Abbey Road Farm, which the trail was named after, makes for a great stop where you can grab a glass of wine at their tasting room. You should also make time to visit both the Stoller Family Estate and Sokol Blosser Winery – two more excellent wineries located nearby on the Abby Road pathway.

No matter which wine bike tour you choose, you’re sure to have a fun and memorable time. With Oregon’s beautiful scenery, amazing wineries, and delicious food stops- it’s the perfect way to explore the region! So why not give wine biking in Oregon a try today? You won’t regret it!

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