TriMet has re-opened the path on the Esplanade between OMSI and SE Caruthers, which now goes under the new Tilikum Crossing Bridge.
Archive for June, 2014
It looks like Critical Mass in Portland just might have the legs to mount a serious return to its former glory.
The Bike Fair capped yet another successful Pedalpalooza and returned to its home court of Colonel Summers Park in southeast Portland.
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The “Curbee” footrest in action.(Photo by Steven Vance/Streetsblog Chicago) Here are the bike links from around the world that caught our eyes this week: Cycling and social mores: Women in Afghanistan are seeking symbolic equality by the simple act of riding their bicycles. “For us, the bicycle is a symbol of freedom… We’re riding because Read More »
The Sprockettes cemented their place in Portland bike lore with a rousing and historic reunion performance at the Bike Fair.
It’s a great weekend to explore Marine Drive and head out to the Gorge.(Photo J. Maus/BikePortland) Welcome to your menu of weekend rides and events, lovingly brought to you by our friends at Hopworks Urban Brewery. Things have been a bit disjointed here at BikePortland for various reasons, so we’re looking forward to clearing the Read More »
Did you see it? Critical Mass is on the calendar for the first time in many years.
A ride in the most famous open streets event in the world — Bogotá’s ciclovía — inspires a Portlander to dream of an expansion of Sunday Parkways.
After a four year hiatus, the Multnomah County Bike Fair will return to Colonel Summers Park this Saturday.