It’s likely to be one of the hottest weeks of the year, but Aug. 11-15 is looking like a good time for east-side MAX riders to test alternatives.
Archive for July, 2014
We asked folks out on the course what one thing they’d change about Sunday Parkways. Most people had a hard time thinking up anything at all!
Women figured prominently at a bike race in Paris on Sunday — and we’re not talking token “podium girls.”
The aftermath of a fatal high-speed chase.(Photo: Graham T. Beck via Streetsblog) Here are the bike links from around the world that caught our eyes this week: A for effort: New York’s top court found that a car thief who “fatally struck a Brooklyn pedestrian during a high-speed NYPD chase” isn’t guilty of murder because Read More »
The “Solid” bike drew a crowd at the big reveal party Friday night.(Photos by J Maus/BikePortland) What happens when top design firms are paired with expert bike makers and told to create the “ultimate urban utility bike”? Thanks to the Oregon Manifest Bike Design Project we now know the answer to that question.
A vision for paid on-street bike parking that almost won me over.
In case you weren’t sure whether Portland is truly unusual as mid-sized U.S. cities go, the comprehensive plan map released this week ought to make it clear.
The culmination of an eight-month collaboration between Ti Cycles and Portland design firm Industry will be unveiled tonight as part of the Oregon Manifest Bike Design Project competition. (Photos: Industry) Portlanders will have an opportunity to dwell on the frontier of bicycle design and technology tonight at the Reveal Party for the Oregon Manifest Bike Read More »
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The new landlord of an inner North Portland apartment building is putting the question to the test.