Archive for February, 2008

Jobs of the Week

Friday, February 29th, 2008

If you’re in the hunt for a great local bike job, look no further. Below is a list of opportunities that have come through the BikePortland Job Listings this week: Customer Service Representative – Chris King Precision Components Sales and Service Positions – The Bike Gallery Office Manager – Community Cycling Center Document Production Specialist Read More »

Customer Service Rep (Chris King Precision Components)

Friday, February 29th, 2008

Job Title Customer Service Representative Company/Organization Chris King Precision Components – website Job Description Chris King Precision Components™, manufacturer of bicycle components, is seeking qualified applicants for a Customer Service Representative for dealer sales. Must have a proven track record of 2 years sales experience, order entry experience, strong computer skills, and basic math skills. Read More »

Updated: Police Bureau denies information request for citizen initiated citation process

Friday, February 29th, 2008

[Note: I’ve updated the post (at 3:45pm) to include a response from the Deputy City Attorney.] The denial.Click to enlarge, (240k, jpg) The Records Division of the Portland Police Bureau has denied a request for information made by lawyer Christopher Heaps in an ongoing effort to utilize an Oregon statute to file “citizen initiated citations,” Read More »

Bike rental bidder brings Paris to Portland

Friday, February 29th, 2008

Roue Libre bikes in action.(Photo: LibraryBikes.org) Portland is currently considering three bids to develop a bike-sharing and rental system in downtown similar to one that has become a major success in Paris. The three companies who are still in the running to provide the service are global media giant Clear Channel, the Portland Bike Company Read More »

Blumenauer introduces the “National Bike Bill”

Friday, February 29th, 2008

Rep. Blumenauer at last year’sNational Bike Summit. (Kozo Shimano is in the background).(Photo © J. Maus) In advance of next week’s National Bike Summit, this morning Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) introduced House Congressional Resolution 305, “Recognizing the importance of bicycling in transportation and recreation.” Blumenauer refers to the resolution as the “National Bike Bill” (read Read More »

What a difference $24 million would make

Thursday, February 28th, 2008

I came across an interesting graphic at a meeting this morning that helped put into perspective how much is at stake in making sure we pass the Safe, Sound, and Green Streets funding proposal. The proposal — which is currently getting revamped prior to being put on the November ballot — includes (at this point) Read More »

BTA unveils Bicycle Boulevard Toolkit

Thursday, February 28th, 2008

Screenshot from BTA website. Continuing their campaign to push for a comprehensive network of low-traffic neighborhood streets in Portland, the Bicycle Transportation Alliance (BTA) has unveiled their Bicycle Boulevard Toolkit. The toolkit intends to educate communities on the why, what, and how of bike boulevards and includes a robust set of resources all in one Read More »

Columnist: 2008 the year of the bicycle?

Thursday, February 28th, 2008

(Photo © J. Maus) A few days from the start of the National Bike Summit in Washington DC, nationally syndicated columnist Neil Peirce wonders whether 2008 is the Year of the Bicycle. In his most recent column, slated for national publication Sunday (3/2), Peirce writes that this might be “Bicycling’s best year since the start Read More »

Sampling the speedy, upscale Civia Hyland

Thursday, February 28th, 2008

The new Hyland from Civia.(Photos © J. Maus)

Critical Mass

Wednesday, February 27th, 2008

Meet under the west side of the Burnside Bridge.

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