(Photos © J. Maus) The Portland State University Cycling Team and the Bike Gallery have partnered up on an event to raise money for bike safety education in honor of a fallen friend, Brett Jarolimek. Organizers announced today that the event will be held on May 1st at the downtown Bike Gallery (1001 SW 10th Read More »
Archive for March, 2008
This damaged wall caused headaches for the CCC.(Photo © J. Maus) Back in December, a truck accidentally rammed into the wall of the Community Cycling Center’s offices in Northeast Portland. The impact of that collision caused thousands of dollars in damage and forced the non-profit to scramble for space.
Organizers of the second annual Pinot Pedal will donate registration proceeds and a percentage of sales from a Pearl District wine retailer to help raise funds for a bicycle and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 405.
Lots of bikes at Sunnyside Environmental School in Southeast Portland.(Photos © J. Maus) The Portland-based Bicycle Transportation Alliance hopes that friendly competition is what will get more Portland schoolkids walking and biking to school. They’ve just opened registration for the first-ever Walk + Bike to School Challenge. The event, modeled after their highly successful Bike Read More »
At yesterday’s press event to “celebrate” Portland’s new bike boxes, Jeff Castro gave his new BikeRacker product its first real test.
(Photo: urbanMamas.com) The popular local parenting blog, urbanMamas, is looking for tips on family-friendly bike set-ups. They’ve published an email from one of their readers who writes: “We have a 2 year old and a 7 year old and are wanting to get the family bike setup on a budget. We were thinking of looking Read More »
Tony Tapay enjoying the snow.(Photos © J. Maus) This morning was (I think) the year’s first snow-filled morning commute! It didn’t stick for too long and it wasn’t as major as last year, but it was still fun. I headed to work into a flurry of white flakes and a few minutes into my ride Read More »
Buses, cars, big-rigs, trucks, light rail, bikes, pedestrians — Portland’s roads are in high demand, and it’s about to get even more crowded.
Make sure PDOT hears from cyclists as they plan the future of the streetcar network! Below is the information about the upcoming workshops. See the Streetcar System Plan website for more details. Southeast District Workshop Thursday, April 3 7:00-9:00 p.m. Cleveland High School Library 3400 SE 26th Ave.
In yet another sign that bicycling is gaining traction with Oregon’s tourism industry, the upcoming Governor’s Conference on Tourism will feature a workshop on bike friendly communities.