Team Oregon was established in 1987 to develop the cycling abilities of its members and the sport of competitive cycling with a focus on the Pacific Northwest.
As we begin our thirty-second year, we continue to celebrate and support the cycling community by welcoming new members of all skill members, teaching proper racing skills, and helping our members achieve their cycling goals.
Team Oregon operates a team-oriented model to ensure that all riders have a place. Experienced riders share their knowledge with less experienced team members, enabling growth and skill development. In addition to racing, members are encouraged to be active in the club and assist in the club’s operations and projects. Team Oregon actively promotes races, training rides, training camps, community cycling events, and coaching.
The team’s mission is to enhance the sport of cycling in Oregon by organizing an accessible team with resources to help all members reach their goals within the sport.
We’d love to meet you! Feel free to contact us with any questions.
1992 35+ National Points Race Champion @ Marymoor Veledroome, 1992 35+ 2nd OBRA Criterium Championship, 1992 Elite OBRA 4K Individual Pursuit Champion and 1992 2nd Alpenrose Six-Day Madison. Acheived Cat 1 both road and track. Raced Pro on ESPN II for one day with Canadian Team. Helped launch OBRA in the early days of its creation. Raced in many Pro 1,2 races such as Tour of Willamette, Cascade Classic, Mt Hood Classic, and The Mayors Cup Criterium.
Ryan – also known as R Money – will continue to serve as Team Oregon’s Treasurer. When he’s not on his bike, you can find Ryan cross-training and planning his next ride.
Kelsey loves to race smart with some fitness to back him up. He shows up because he likes to have fun and bring up team members around him. As the acting clothing director, he is working hard to make sure everybody looks great.
You may find John trying to get over his fear of racing on the track this season. Which is an odd thing for him to fear considering he is perfectly comfortable getting into an aero tuck, sitting on the top-tube of his bike, and coming down off of Bald Peak at 55 mph. Anxiety is weird like that. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯