Welcome Bike Fun readers

Posted by on July 29th, 2005 at 2:10 am

If you’re just clicking over from the Bike Fun blog on Oregonlive.com…welcome! I hope you like the new look (and name) of my blog. I’ve still got a lot of work to do to make this a valuable resource for the Portland bike community, so I hope you’ll be patient while I tweak things around.

So you might be wondering how BikePortland.org is different than the old Bike Fun blog?

  • You can now search through all 150 or so posts. Go ahead, type in “ice cream” and see what you get!
  • You can leave comments!
  • You can check out the Bike Portland photostream on Flickr.
  • You can sign up for email notification whenever a new entry is posted.
  • And much more…stay tuned for more features and content coming soon.

NOTE: Thanks for sharing and reading our comments. To ensure this is a welcoming and productive space, all comments are manually approved by staff. BikePortland is an inclusive company with no tolerance for meanness, discrimination or harassment. Comments with expressions of racism, sexism, homophobia, or xenophobia will be deleted and authors will be banned.

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Howdy from Colorado! Nice looking site here.

I had seen your name and old blog mentioned in Bicycling magazine the other week in a little snippet about house moving by human powered transportation.


Re: Safe biking
I like your list of “do’s.” I thought of another. Know the laws governing biking in Oregon and the municipalities we ride in and obey them. Signal, ride on the correct side of the road, etc. We can’t expect auto drivers to respect us if we don obey the laws.

Noel T
Noel T

Sweet! Happy 6 years.

Anne Hawley
Anne Hawley

Eight years? Amazing. What an accomplishment! Congratulations and happy blog birthday.


sweet! I never knew there was an email notification feature or that O’live has a bike fun blog…