Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on March 1st, 2007 at 9:37 am
The local media has been busy covering bike-related stories in the past week. This morning’s Oregonian had three stories that should be familiar to BikePortland readers.
Here are those stories, along with a few others you might have missed.
- Oregonian: Two-wheeled sitcom might have legs
Joseph Rose takes a closer look at The Bicyclist, a new made-for-web-TV sitcom being made in Portland. See my post on this from a few days ago.
- Oregonian: Dancing with bikes? Sprockettes roll with it
Our beloved Sprockettes get a very nice write-up and photo in the “inPortland” section.
- Oregonian: River may sink Portland triathlon
Business writer Helen Jung puts Portland Triathlon organizer Jeff Henderson on the front page. Also read my coverage on this from several weeks ago (which includes comments from Jeff).
- Willamette Week: Wheels of Justice
Freelancer Julie Sabatier takes on drinking and biking. She has a quote from Gabriel Amadeus, myself, and a couple good comments.
Last Week (3/22/07)
- Oregonian: Bike center bounces back from burglary
Reporter Spencer Heinz has an update on the Community Cycling Center’s recent break-in. Read the discussion we had about this last week.