Year: 2009Brand: FujiModel: Newest 1.0Color:WhiteSize:50 cmPhoto: http://bikereviews.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/fuji-newest-1-0-2010-road-bike.jpgStolen in Portland, OR 97217Stolen:2011-04-18Stolen From: In front of Red Robin on the corner of Multnomah and Grand St.Neighborhood: North East Loyde DistrictOwner: Jonathan harrisOwnerEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgReward: 100 $Description: Clip in pedals with planet bike fenders (the skinny kind)This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike
Archive for April, 2011
Get ready Portland!
From tall-bikes to cargo-trikes, Portland is full of interesting, pedal-powered vehicles. Now you can add a party bike (or "cycle pub" as they're sometimes known) to that list.
55-year old Northeast Portland resident John Boblett says he'll start taking reservations for his "Pedalounge" 14-person-powered bike in the next few weeks. Boblett, a former bartender [...]
Crowded.(Photos © J. Maus)
A new report funded by the US Department of Transportation and conducted by the Mineta Transportation Institute, Bicycling Access and Egress to Transit: Informing the Possibilities (PDF), takes an in-depth look at a topic that is very relevant for the Portland region: How to integrate bikes and transit. The study sought to [...]
Flyer for 2011 Oregon Handmade Bicycle Show
Although it’s generally understood that it's not cool to drink and drive, many people don't think of cycling while in an altered state as being dangerous. But, before you over-indulge, here are some sobering statistics to consider...
According to NHTSA, (National Highway Transportation Safety Administration) 28% of all cyclists killed in 2009 had a measurable [...]
Framebuilding legend Bob Parlee will be in Portland Friday night.(Photo: Parlee Bicycles)
I'm always trying to tell people that you can't measure a city's bike-friendliness by bike lanes and politics alone. Here in Portland, what makes our city a special place for bike lovers is the depth and breadth of culture that surrounds bicycling.
Case in [...]
Still from video showing proposed new bridge to Hayden Island.— Watch it below —
Citizen activist Spencer Boomhower (the man behind the widely acclaimed Idaho Stop Law animation, among others) has released a new video that highlights a different approach to improving mobility between Oregon and Washington.
Boomhower's latest compares and contrasts the Columbia River Crossing (CRC) [...]
Year: 2010Brand: GiantModel: BoulderColor:SilverSize:men's largePhoto: http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://images.canadianlisted.com/nlarge/boulder-se-bike-2010_4759192.jpg&imgrefurl=http://toronto.canadianlisted.com/bicycles/boulder-se-bike-2010_404705.html&usg=__NZv5o93gEKzoAVFBd8JCUgSilR0=&h=454&w=700&sz=229&hl=en&start=15&zoom=1&tbnid=CVgp859deeDHFM:&tbnh=156&tbnw=227&ei=mqK3TamOJq7XiALqh_Qn&prev=/search%3Fq%3D2010%2BGiant%2BBoulder%2Bbike%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Doff%26sa%3DN%26biw%3D1366%26bih%3D667%26tbm%3Disch0%2C632&um=1&itbs=1&iact=hc&vpx=891&vpy=215&dur=5836&hovh=181&hovw=279&tx=137&ty=113&page=2&ndsp=15&ved=1t:429,r:8,s:15&biw=1366&bih=667Stolen in Portland, OR 97203Stolen:2011-04-26Stolen From: N Yale and N HodgeNeighborhood: University of PortlandOwner: Lara BuschOwnerEmail: email@example.comReward: YesDescription: All original Nutrisoda promotional men's mountain bike, a completely silver Giant Boulder. The white Nutrisoda logo is on the back of the frame, facing forward. All original parts except rear [...]
Year: 2007Brand: GiantModel: Sedonia StColor:SilverSize:20 inchSerial: C16TN276Photo: http://bikereviews.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/giant-sedona-st-2010-city-bike.jpgStolen in Portland, OR 97212Stolen:2011-04-26Stolen From: Unlocked garage on NE 23rd between Klickitat & Siskiyou.Neighborhood: Irvington/AlamedaOwner: Roger SharpOwnerEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgReward: 50Description: email@example.comPolice record with: Portland PDPolice reference#: 11-33864This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike
Residents voiced angry opposition to the project last summer.(Photos © J. Maus)
Making good on a promise, the City of Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will return to the Lents/Powellhurst-Gilbert neighborhood on May 11th to discuss the buffered bike lanes on SE Holgate Avenue.
The road was re-striped in August 2009 to include bicycle-only lanes with [...]