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Alpine Century Ride > Rider's Survey


Rider's Survey

Rider Reviews

The following results are from the 2011 Alpine Century Rider's Survey.

74% response rate.

 

Where’s home?                                        

3 Albany      13 Corvallis    2 Salem      8 Eugene      26 Portland 

Snoqualmie, WA, Beaverton, Vancouver, Monroe, Coos Bay, Keizer, Sisters, Roseburg, Hilsboro, Helvatia, Silverton, Forest Grove, Newburg, California, Ashland, Bend, and Tualitin

 

Is this your first time cycling in Alpine?          

    52 Yes.

    16 No. I’ve cycled this area before.

     6  No. I cycle through here often.

 

Will we see you again?                

    33 Yes.  I wouldn’t miss it.

    21I hope so.

      0 Nope.  Been there, done that.

 

How did you hear about our tour? (Check all that apply)                                                                 

3 Printed Flier        10 Website       1 Bike Shop        16 ORBike

27 Word of Mouth    Email          1 Club Newsletter         11 Other:

 

Bicycle Paper, Community email, Friends/Family, Signs, Portland Wheelmen, Cycle Oregon forum.

 

How about registration fees?

 

Was registration fast and easy for you?                
            61 Yes, easy and quick.

             No. What was the difficulty?*

           2  Should be less $$.

             Glad to support a non-profit and get the tax deduction.

     *error in registration, butts on bikes (in the way?)

 

What did you thinnk of the route?

       1 too difficult

40 just right

 1 too easy

The route information was:                          

62  very well communicated and marked.  I never got lost.

  11  clearly communicated and marked and easy to follow most of the time
   not well communicated or marked at all.  “I missed  _____ times.”                         

What can we improve?

put miles on map, more mile markes 2nd rest stop, road directions to alpine.com, mileage and elevation of map.

 

The number of rest stops was…

74 perfect – “When I needed a rest stop, it was there!” 

0 adequate – “Another stop would be nice.”                       
      0 inadequate – ”I needed more support!”

Were rest stops spaced appropriately?

72 Yes             1 No

At each stop, was there enough food?

  63 Yes             5 No.

                                   

Rate the following:

 

                                          Excellent    Good      Fair        Poor           

Route:                                                                                               

     Scenery                        71                0               0          0

Food:                                                                                                             

     Quality                          35                31              6          0                     

     Variety                          32                24              8          1                     

Volunteers:                                                                                                   

     Friendliness                72                                  0         0                           

     Knowledge                  57                   9                1         0

Volunteer friendliness more than excellent

 

What did you like best about our ride?

Scenery, support, route, good cause, beautiful road, nice riding conditions, low traffic, challenge, company, lovely people, great prizes, potatoes, chalk, GU, down hills, climbs, harp, nice volunteers, well organized, lobster valley and alsea falls.

 

 

 

 

What would you improve?

More varied food at stops, watermelon would be easier to eat on the rind, have plates and silverware at rest stops, improve driving directions, more people, seasonal fruit, include non-caffeinated GU option, more live music, gluten free options, more food, larger signs, more bathrooms, protein options, use mass start, charge more, hand sanitizer at rest stops, beer at end, gifts that are non-alcoholic





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