DESCRIPTION: The Great Owyhee Ride Against Hunger is a Charity Ride benefiting Oregon Food Bank-Southeast Oregon Services (serving Malheur & Harney County, OR) Beginning at the Historic Downtown Ontario Train Depot (near the Jolts & Juice Coffee Company), our True Century Route winds its way through town, across pastoral country side, and up into the majestic Owyhee River canyons, before reaching the base of the Owyhee Dam and turning back towards the finish line.  You can also take on the challenge of the Metric CenturyHalf-Century, or Family Fun Rides (Your choice of 15 or 30 Miles)


...Because No One Should Be Hungry!

The Great Owyhee Ride Against Hunger is arguably one of the best supported rides in the Region.  From Start to Finish, our goal is to make sure each and every participant is well provided for along the way.  We are committed to the Safety and Well-Being of our Riders!

Oregon Food Bank-Southeast Oregon Services is a fully supported Branch of Oregon Food Bank(a 501c3 Non-Profit based in Portland, Oregon) that provides emergency and supplemental food resources to nearly 30 Hunger Relief efforts across Malheur & Harney County Oregon-supplying more than 840,000 pounds of food annually to those in need.

A Commitment To Our Riders!

​​​​​GREAT OWYHEE RIDERS: Thank you for your participation and support!!!  Please register by FRIDAY, MAY 29th, 2015 in order to Guarantee an Event Shirt in your size (riders who register after that will be limited to inventory on hand).