Archive for August, 2012

Black and Gold Jamis Dakota 2007

Friday, August 31st, 2012

Year: 2007
Brand: Jamis
Model: Dakota
Color:Black and Gold
Stolen in 97213, OR
Stolen From: 2230 SE Yamhill St Portland OR, near Colonel Summers Park
Neighborhood: Buckman
Owner: Kara Shuster
OwnerEmail: gusidy@gmail.com
Reward: $30
Description: The bike was stolen from my property somewhere between 6pm and 9 pm. It is a black and gold 21 speed mountain bike, very bare bones, new puncture proof tires. Was locked with a D- Ring and cable lock
This registrant does not have proof of ownership of this bike

White and red Specialized Rockhopper 2011

Friday, August 31st, 2012

Year: 2011
Brand: Specialized
Model: Rockhopper
Color:White and red
Serial: WSBC602289238F
Photo: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/341/kprh2.jpg/
Stolen in 97213, OR
Stolen From: Hollywood Library @ NE 41st and Tillamook
Neighborhood: Hollywood
Owner: Juergen Panoscha
OwnerEmail: jpanoscha@speakeasy.net
Description: The bicycle is a 2011 Specialized Rockhopper mountain bike:
Serial No WSBC602289238F
– White paint with red and black stripes and lettering
– Red rims
– Red Suntour Suspension fork. Model # SF11-XCR-DS-26-LO
– 13″ frame
Please call 503.257.0069 or 503.680.0400
– 26″ wheels
Police record with: Portland Police
Police reference#: T12007301
This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike

Red/white Redline Conquest 20 2011

Friday, August 31st, 2012

Year: 2011
Brand: Redline
Model: Conquest 20
Serial: JO5A091100541
Stolen in Portland, OR 97217
Stolen From: Parking lot at New Seasons Market on Interstate and Rosa Parks
Neighborhood: Arbor Lodge
Owner: Robert Pinkham
OwnerEmail: rjpinkham@hotmail.com
Description: Red and white kid’s Redline bike
Police record with: Portland PD
This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike

Westside Trail controversy quiets down ahead of open houses

Friday, August 31st, 2012

Metro is gearing up for a series of open houses to let the public weigh in on their Westside Trail project. The project spurred controversy earlier this summer when residents of the Oak Hills area of unincorporated Washington County objected to plans to have the shared-use path run through property adjacent to their homes. The path segment in question is just one-third of a mile and runs north of Highway 26 between NW Bethany Blvd and NW 143rd Ave.

The Oak Hills residents have come to think of the land adjacent to their homes as their own private property, but the land is actually owned by the federal government (it’s a powerline corridor for the Bonneville Power Administration). According to The Oregonian, residents have even posted “Private Property” signs in the area. Now, with Metro pushing forward with the project, members of the Oak Hills Homeowners Association are not pleased that what has long been a de facto private playground is now slated to become a public place for bicycling and walking.


Red & White Jamis Sattelite Sport 2011

Friday, August 31st, 2012

Year: 2011
Brand: Jamis
Model: Sattelite Sport
Color:Red & White
Stolen in Portland, OR 97217
Stolen From: Stolen from my house on N Morgan St. and Mississippi Ave.
Neighborhood: Piedmont
Owner: Bec Taylor
OwnerEmail: btaylor76@gmail.com
Description: Red & white jamis sattelite, with rack on the back. Women’s 48cm.
Police record with: Portland PD
Police reference#: 1275331
This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike

Ask BikePortland: Should I go it alone or with group at stop signs?

Friday, August 31st, 2012
New stop sign at NW Broadway and Couch-4
Group stops happen.
(Photo © J. Maus/BikePortland)

Welcome to the latest installment of Ask BikePortland. Today’s question comes from reader Ruben G. Ruben is curious about a topic on a lot of people’s minds today: stop sign behavior.

Ruben wants to know if people on bikes who arrive at a stop sign together are allowed to go through as a group or if they are legally required to go through one at a time. Here’s his question:

“What is the proper way to queue with other bikes at a stop sign? Is it a one at a time scenario? Or can two/three/four bikes line up adjacently to count as one stop? Or maybe even two rows of bikes at a time if traveling as a party?”


Portland Design Works 4th anniversary party tonight at Velo Cult

Friday, August 31st, 2012

Portland based bike part and accessory designers Portland Design Works is celebrating four years in business with a big get together at Velo Cult Bike Shop tonight. PDW has built a solid reputation for their nifty, affordable, and well-made lights, racks, fenders and other accessories. They’re also known for throwing great parties (remember the mini-velodrome? Yeah. That was theirs.) Expect great food, drinks, music and plenty of shenanigans. Check the poster below…

Blue Trek 7200 Hybrid 2003

Thursday, August 30th, 2012

Year: 2003
Brand: Trek
Model: 7200 Hybrid
Serial: ITK2L04622
Stolen in Portland, OR 97215
Stolen From: SE 41st and Belmont from Stop sign post at SE corner of intersection.
Neighborhood: Belmont
Owner: Maria Everhart
OwnerEmail: mteverhart@comcast.net
Reward: $100.00
Description: Owner-applied Oregon driver license number on handlebar post and left bottom wheel stay is OR3739554DL. No front fender. Black plastic back fender. LED front light.
Police record with: Portland Police Bureau
Police reference#: 12-075891
This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike

White Specialized HotRock Coaster Boys 2012

Thursday, August 30th, 2012

Year: 2012
Brand: Specialized
Model: HotRock Coaster Boys
Serial: wsb500252565g
Stolen in Portland, OR 97209
Stolen From: Our son’s bike was stolen off our front porch in the middle of the night.
Neighborhood: Downtown NW (21st & Johnson)
Owner: Shalyn Johnston
OwnerEmail: shalynj@gmail.com
Description: White boys bike with black & red accents. Four months old, in great condition.
Police record with: Not Filed Yet
This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike

Bike repair shop at Cartlandia looking for new owner

Thursday, August 30th, 2012
(Photos: Lee Hansen)

The Bike Rack, a bike repair shop located in a food cart pod right off the Springwater Corridor path, is up for sale or rent.

The Bike Rack opened in July 2011 when owner Lee Hansen set up shop at “bicycle-centric” Cartlandia, a fledgling food cart pod along SE 82nd Avenue and the Springwater (near SE Harney). Hansen has another full-time job and doesn’t have time to run the shop anymore says Cartlandia co-owner Carol Otis.