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Combining Exercise and Beer with the Pacific Pub Cycle

Published: September 28, 2013


The Pacific Pub Cycle ready for action

There is no question that Eugene has a strong bicycle culture. We have miles of paths, bicycle/pedestrian only bridges, and have been noted as one of the more bike-friendly cities in the US. So what happens when you combine Eugene’s love of bikes with Eugene’s love of beer? You get the Pacific Pub Cycle, a multi-passenger community bike that allows groups to pedal around town and imbibe in drinks from local breweries. Recently some of the Travel Lane County staff ventured out on the Pacific Pub Cycle to enjoy some craft brews around town. Read more about their adventures in our Eugene, Cascades & Coast Blog.

Jessica Chestnut sportsAbout the author: Jessica Chestnut is the Social Media and PR Manager for Convention and Sports. Although she’s only been in Lane County since 2008, there’s nowhere else in Oregon she would rather be. She spends her free time exploring the great outdoors, snowboarding, camping, floating the McKenzie, watching college football, enjoying local microbrews and spending time with her husband and puppy.

Author: Eugene, Cascades & Coast Sports Commission

Eugene, Cascades & Coast Sports Commission, under the corporate umbrella of Travel Lane County, markets and promotes the region as a destination for sports, while providing resources designed to help events and planners succeed. Working with community partners, the Eugene, Cascades & Coast Sports Commission provides planning tools, educational opportunities and occasions to celebrate sport. These assets currently include a digital Sports Planner Guide and the annual Oregon Sports Summit, an educational conference for sports event planners. For more information, go to