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Old 05-15-2008, 11:15 AM
bikejunkie bikejunkie is offline
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Lightbulb Virtual Tour of Portland -routes from everywhere to Portland

Over the past couple of years I have researched an extensive number of low-traffic routes from far away areas like Troutdale, Gresham/Boring, Oregon City, and Tigard back into downtown Portland.
Here is the website for those routes.

A few updates are coming soon. One is a revised route from Tanasbourne
the other is a revised route from the Springwater to SE Clinton

If you have any routes that you particularly like, just email me and I'll see about incorporating them into the site.
Drive Less, Save More......Lives
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Old 05-15-2008, 12:01 PM
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Aaron - FYI (Tanasbourne into PDX route) the Winthrop Park/Willowcreek trail is fine when it is dry. When those wooden walkways get wet, they are incredibly slick.

I prefer to go (heading east) NW Evergreen, NW Cornell (I think the construction may be complete in my lifetime, but it is rideable.), R on NW 158th, 1st left (TAKE THE LANE), through the office park, through the Tualatin Hills Park and Rec,
Pioneer, R on Meadow, BL on Butner, cross Murray, R on Huntington, L on Park Way.
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Old 05-16-2008, 12:32 PM
Oldguyonabike Oldguyonabike is offline
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Hi bikejunkie
I liked bikely.com idea, butr when I tried to map the 60miler I did last night I ran into some problems.
It doesn't allow the Spring Water
It kept me on main streets - diverting to arterials rather than the small streets we use.
The distance was in kilometers
Granted, I didn't read the directions. Who does? Do I just need to work with it more?
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