Archive for October, 2005

Stolen: Specialized Rock Hopper

Monday, October 31st, 2005

My Specialized Rock Hopper was stolen wed Oct. 26th on the corner of 10th and Market. it’s 10 years old but looks fairly new it’s a kind of brownish maroon color with a matte finish (not shiny) it has bar ends, rockshocks and a Mountain rack.

Stolen: Trek 7300FX

Monday, October 31st, 2005

Trek 7300 FX silver hybrid stolen from in front of the library on SW 10th on sunday about 2pm. Distinguishing marks: one pedal is broken and one side only says 730, due to a paint touch up. It is rather rough looking becuase I have ridden it lots (about 8000 miles). It also had on Read More »

Washington gets “Share the Road” plates

Monday, October 31st, 2005

Our neighbors to the north will soon be able to purchase a “Share the Road” license plate. The plate will be available January 3, 2006 and is part of a bill pushed through the legislature by the Bicycle Alliance of Washington. $28 from the initial and annual plate renewal fees will go directly to bike Read More »

Stolen: New K2-Zed

Monday, October 31st, 2005

brand new 21 speed grey,blue,white K-2 ZED with front shocks, stolen from my apartment on SE 41st and Stark. forrestpunx@hotmail.com 503-297-2878

A “super” time at Breakfast on the Bridges

Monday, October 31st, 2005

On the last Friday of every month, volunteers from Shift do Breakfast on the Bridges. They set up free pastries and coffee on the Hawthorne and Broadway Bridges and greet bike commuters with a smile. This month Southeast Uplift joined in with a bike safety awareness rally. They showed up with bike safety signs and Read More »

Portland’s bikeway network; 1980 – future

Sunday, October 30th, 2005

The City of Portland Office of Transportation has just posted the slide show presentations from lectures given during their Transportation and Traffic Class at Portland State University. Of particular interest to cyclists is Roger Geller’s overview of Portland’s bikeway system and infrastructure (Roger is the Bicycle Coordinator for the City of Portland and regular commenter Read More »

Stolen: Fisher Wahoo MTB

Sunday, October 30th, 2005

My bike was stolen from the garage in my apartment building sometime after Thursday, October 20th. It is a women’s, black Gary Fisher Wahoo mountain bike with front suspension. This is truly heartbreaking…My husband’s bike was stolen from out in front of REI in NW PDX (his is a men’s blue/purple Gary Fisher Wahoo mountain Read More »

Stolen: Old-style road bike

Sunday, October 30th, 2005

stolen on or before oct 29. old 12spd road bike. large old style frame (w/brazed frame lugs) I recently sanded it to bare metal and clearcoated it .the threads where the rear derailer were are bent and stripped.I was running it without derailers with a short chain. I cut and flipped the drop bars it Read More »

Stolen: Specialized Hemi

Sunday, October 30th, 2005

I don’t usually list stolen bikes here on the front page, but this one was particularly interesting. If anyone has advice for this woman, please comment. Here is her account: Last night while I was riding the 4 bus to St. John’s with my 11 year old friend, my Specialized Hemi 24 inch BMX bike Read More »

Stolen: Gary Fisher

Sunday, October 30th, 2005

My bike was stolen about a month ago. It was a 2001 red and yellow Gary Fisher mountain bike, 24 speed. Had a bikegallery sticker on it. It’s was stolen on the East side, so it might still be around. I don’t know the serial number, I only had it for 7 months and got Read More »

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