The Burnside Bridge often goes unsung and unappreciated by bikers. But as of today, the Burnside won't be going unfed.
Archive for August, 2013
Detail of flyer for this weekend's opening race in the Grand Prix Erik Tonkin series.
This weekend the Portland area's legendary cyclocross racing tradition will commence. The first big event of the year is the opening race of the Grand Prix Erik Tonkin series, and it takes place this Saturday at David Douglas High School David [...]
Just one new job posted to our Job Listings this week; but it looks like a good one. Check out more details via the link below...
Part-Time Sales - Chrome Industries
TriMet's stepped-up rules that forbid the use of electronic devices while driving seem to be working, though some of the transit agency's operators still seem to flout the rule.
The eBike Store has moved.(Photos © J. Maus/BikePortland)
I've got several bits of local bike shop news in my brain and my inbox, so I figured it's a perfect time for another roundup...
Congressman Earl Blumenauer turns attention to bike shops today
Portland's representative on Capitol Hill is in Portland today focusing on bike shops' impact on the [...]
Bicycling is allowed in both directions, while driving is only allowed southbound.(Photo: Matthew Arnold)
ODOT managers inspected Highway 101 pavement conditions on Monday.(Photo: ODOT)
A regional manager with the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has responded to a paving issue that was brought to the agency's attention last week because of its impact to bicycle safety. ODOT Region 2 Manager Sonny Chickering says he is already looking into taking corrective [...]
Fall is coming, and in Oregon, unlike in the many places that foolishly declare May to be their official bike month, that means it's time for the annual Bike Commute Challenge.
A major annual project of the Bicycle Transportation Alliance, it's grown into one of the most popular and successful bike-to-work challenges anywhere, spawning fun rivalries [...]
Join us in welcoming lifestyle columnist Cathy Hastie to BikePortland. Cathy is a former contributor to Portland Afoot and we're excited to bring her perspective to our pages. Her first article is about a certain local civic engineering project that still needs a name. And it turns out, Cathy has an idea...
Lifestyle columnist Cathy Hastie.
Portland's public bikeshare system is too expensive to have stations everywhere. But what if the city had a low-cost private system, too?