Don’t know what the locals call it, but our name for this climb is D’yer Mak’er or “D’you make her climb that”?
There are no wineries on the road or anything but rolling countryside that ends in more gravel. If you’re coming here for a wine tour weekend with your bike, there’s not a lot to do on this ride. Use it for training and seeing some country. It’s not particularly hard or steep, just a typical Willamette Valley hill that rolls with a few pitches. We did it twice to get our time and miles in.
After the ride and a nap, we enjoyed good food like this Margherita pizza from Nick’s Italian.…
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