Photo of the scene at N. Killingsworth and Kerby last night.(Photo: Nate Gibson)
Archive for September, 2010
Year: 2007Brand: giantModel: boweryColor:army greenSize:53cmStolen in SE portland, OR 97214Stolen:2010-09-30Stolen From: 711 on 45th and hawthorne. He rode up on a bike and picked mine up and rode south down 45th with my bike on his shoulder.Neighborhood: SE portland by hawthornOwner: rocco caravelliOwnerEmail: email@example.comReward: 200Description: back wheel is neon green deep Velocity flip flip hub [...]
Year: 1999Brand: NovarraModel: BonanzaColor:Black w/yellowSize:Med. frameSerial: F8090043Stolen in Portland, OR 97219Stolen:2010-09-30Stolen From: Burlingame Fred Meyer, Barbur Blvd.Neighborhood: BurlingameOwner: Constance LivelyOwnerEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgReward: $100Description: Mtn. bike, black/yellow; Trek incite computer, bell, seatpost bag, gel saddle, rear rack.Police record with: Portland PolicePolice reference#: T10006470This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike
Nick Fish(Photo © J. Maus)
The City Commissioner in charge of Parks, Nick Fish, announced a set of "actions" earlier today about off-road cycling in Forest Park. I spoke to him on the phone from his office in City Hall about that announcement...
You told Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) today that Forest Park isn't ready for [...]
League President Andy Clarke.(Photo © J. Maus)
Reactions are starting to come in from this morning's big announcement by City Commissioner Nick Fish that there are no plans to improve singletrack bicycling opportunities in Forest Park. The President of the League of American Bicyclists, Andy Clarke, has expressed his disappointment in the decision. Here's [...]
Event Name: MJCC Loves Bicycling
Event Start Date: 7 October 2010
Start Time: 7:00:00 PM
Web Site: http://www.oregonjcc.org
Event Description: Join us for a fun evening and learn more about bicycling in Portland from Alta Planning and Design CEO and author of Joyride, Pedaling Toward a Healthier Planet Mia Birk, bicycle law expert attorney Mark Ginsburg and [...]
Riding in Forest Park.(Photo © J. Maus)
As we hinted at yesterday, City Commissioner Nick Fish and Portland Parks and Recreation Director Zari Santner have released their much-anticipated set of actions they'll take to address off-road cycling in Forest Park.
The decision includes no new or improved access to existing singletrack trails and no commitment [...]
Cover of new map.
In an effort to showcase some of the best bike rides in the region, the Washington County Visitor's Association (WCVA) is working on an update of their bike map; and they want your feedback and suggestions to make it even better.
The map covers Washington County and is intended for both visitors [...]
This just in from PBOT:
September 30, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Pedestrian Advisory Committee seeks new members
The Portland Bureau of Transportation announced that it is seeking new members for the Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC). The PAC advises the City of Portland – particularly the Bureau of Transportation – on matters that encourage and enhance walking as a means [...]
The monthly City of Portland Bicycle Advisory Committee meeting agenda has been posted:
Bicycling and Equity — Alison Hill Graves, Executive Director of the Community Cycling Center, will discuss their recent project resulting in the “Understanding Barriers to Bicycling Interim Report” (June 2010). Alison, a member of the Steering Committee that helped develop Portland’s Bicycle Plan [...]