Archive for February, 2014

Women’s Marin 2011

Friday, February 28th, 2014

Year: 2011Brand: MarinColor:Women’sStolen in Portland, OR Stolen:2014-02-28Stolen From: Outside killer burgerOwner: Mary ArndtOwnerEmail: Mchrystalene07(A T)gmail.comReward: 100Description: White bike with blue detailing and light fixture but no lightThis registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike

green Salsa Spearfish 2011

Friday, February 28th, 2014

Year: 2011Brand: SalsaModel: SpearfishColor:greenSerial:EN 14766Stolen in Portland, OR 97212Stolen:2012-02-28Stolen From: 2311 NE Regetns Dr (One block North of Freemont between 23rd and 24th)Neighborhood: AlamedaOwner: brad petersonOwnerEmail: brad@superiorglassworks.comReward: $200Description: – Custom ‘one of a kind’ bright green pinstriped flames – SRAM X7/X9 group – Stubby cut down bar ends with red athletic tape – Kenda Karma Read More »

The Friday Profile: Jeffrey Cramer, Portland’s stolen-bike good Samaritan

Friday, February 28th, 2014

When Jeffrey Cramer bought the bike for $10 last Friday night, he wasn’t planning to return it to anyone. He just needed a way to get home, because someone had stolen his own bike a week before.

What I learned at the Bikepacking 101 seminar

Friday, February 28th, 2014

Interested in doing some bike adventures this spring and summer? I went to a Bikepacking 101 seminar last night and now you can read everything I learned.

Special report: How Portland stopped building neighborhood greenways

Friday, February 28th, 2014

If Portland has contributed any innovations of its own to the craft of designing great streets, it’s this two-word idea: neighborhood greenways.

Gibbs Street Pedestrian Bridge elevator woes continue

Friday, February 28th, 2014

Nice elevator when it’s working.(Photos by J. Maus/BikePortland) The opening of the Gibbs Street Pedestrian Bridge in July 2012 came amid much fanfare. The $13.6 million span over Interstate 5 provided a much-needed connection between the Lair Hill neighborhood and the burgeoning South Waterfront. While it’s a beautiful bridge to walk and bike on, it Read More »

A teaser peek at new bikes from Breadwinner Cycles

Friday, February 28th, 2014

One year ago Tony Pereira and Ira Ryan gave up successful framebuilding businesses to launch Breadwinner Cycles. They gave us an exclusive sneak peek at their two new 2014 models just before packing them up and shipping them out to the NAHBS show in North Carolina.

Brown Schwinn Varsity 1970

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

Year: 1970Brand: SchwinnModel: VarsityColor:BrownSize:62cmStolen in Portland, OR 97211Stolen:2014-02-28Stolen From: NE Dekum AreaNeighborhood: WoodlawnOwner: Chad LanningOwnerEmail: thefirstthefifth(AT)gmail.comDescription: FOUND: Schwinn Varsity along NE Dekum. Missing tires (but not rims), but otherwise complete and in fair condition.This registrant does not have proof of ownership of this bike

Weekend Event Guide: Sales, Bike Expo, Jump Jam, MTB racing and more

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

Moving by bike is more fun than you think!(Photo by J. Maus/BikePortland)

Black Kona Jake 2012

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

Year: 2012Brand: KonaModel: JakeColor:BlackSize:OrangeSerial: H2FZ15790Stolen in Portland, OR 97209Stolen:2014-02-27Stolen From: Storage unit of apartments in between NW 19th/20th and Northrup st. In NW PortlandNeighborhood: NW portland – alphabet districtOwner: Collin BaileyOwnerEmail: collinbailey2( atsign )gmail.comDescription: Sellwood cycle repair logo/metal piece above forks. Missing endcap on handlebarPolice record with: Portland PDPolice reference#: 14162664This registrant has documented proof Read More »

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