Welcome to the mini CROC 2019 ride!

The Ride

Pendleton on Wheels (POW) is back in 2019 with a one-day, mini version of the beloved three-day CROC!  Hosting a multi day ride is a heavy lift for our small club but we’re excited to offer a mini CROC in beautiful Eastern Oregon on Saturday, May 25 (Memorial Day Weekend).

Join POW for a classic one day ride up Cabbage Hill and beyond on May 25, 2019. Take in amazing views of the Pendleton valley and surrounding areas.  The views are worth the climb and you will be rewarded with one of CROC’s themed rest stops and sag support.

The ride will begin at Tamastslikt Cultural Center and climb up Cabbage Hill.  The full distance is 78 miles round trip and takes you past Kamela to the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.  For fewer miles ride out to the themed rest stop at Emigrant Springs State Park and back for 44 miles round trip.

If you’re up for a full century, begin and end your ride from the Chamber of Commerce parking lot. You will log just over 100 miles. (Note: there is no SAG support between the Chamber of Commerce and Tamastslikt.)

Included with the registration fee ($60) will be a Saturday evening burger buffet and social.  See registration page for details.

Proceeds from the mini CROC event will fund POW’s grant program supporting organizations which promote activities for youth in and around Pendleton.

Maps & Schedule

Choose between our 44 mile, 78 mile, or full century ride in this one day mini CROC.

Registration

Register online or send in your registration via snail mail.

Lodging

POW recommends reserving your accommodations early to insure availability and best rates.

The Starting Point