Small women’s Novara Bonita mountain bike with road tires. Lime green and white paint with black fixtures. Disk breaks, toe clips and a black water bottle holder. There are small green flowers on the stem under the seat. 24 speed (i think) More Info on Finetoothcog
Archive for March, 2007
White Cyclocross bike with two bumperstickers on top tube. Time pedals. More Info on Finetoothcog
She is a vintage brown road bike, with a hard seat, black handle bar tape, no racks or fenders, 21 speed. I have no serial number, but a defining characteristic is a plate on the stem tube of a dog with it’s tongue out. More Info on Finetoothcog
The intersection of N Willamette Blvd and N Rosa Parks Way (formerly known as N Portland Blvd.) is slated for construction of what PDOT refers to as “a bicycle and pedestrian refuge/auto channeling island.”
Southeast Madison Ave — which is the westbound approach to the Hawthorne Bridge and one of the Portland’s most crowded bikeways — is slated for an expansion.
Mt. Bike frame with 29″ wheels. Front suspension. Off-road tires. More Info on Finetoothcog
If I told you about a collective of cyclists and artists that started a movement called PINK to spread love by delivering notes around the city while wearing pink jumpsuits and pedaling pink bicycles, you might think it’s a natural fit for Portland. After all, this city has serious penchant for pink, bikes, and love. Read More »
Yesterday I received an anonymous email about a mysterious, “penniless, suffering, pirate ride” coming to Portland next week (4/7). The flyer (below) proclaims it will be: “a test of 18 (or so) nasty climbs of West Portland in honor of De Ronde Van Vlaanderen (Tour of Flanders).” Sounds like a suffer-fest. Here’s the route, and Read More »
Sen. Floyd Prozanski wants a velodrome in Eugene. Today was another great day for cycling in Salem. On Tuesday we made solid progress in fixing an outdated law, and today the velodrome bill (S.B. 926) — which seeks $3.5 million of State Lottery funds to build velodromes — gained not just valuable political support, it Read More »
Great news from Salem. I just got out of a hearing for Senate Bill 926. The big news is that not only did the bill moved forward with a unanimous recommendation from this committee, but Senator Floyd Prozanski proposed an amendment to build a third velodrome in the Eugene area.