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Join us for an evening with PBOT’s Roger Geller

Posted by on November 12th, 2009 at 11:25 am

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Get to know Mr. Geller.
(Photo © J. Maus)

We’re excited to announce the latest in our occasional “An Evening With…” series of live interviews. Next week, on Wednesday November 18th, we’ll host PBOT’s #1 bike guy Roger Geller (and all of you!) at Plan B (1305 SE 8th Ave, map).

The event will give you the chance to learn more about Mr. Geller and his role in shaping Portland’s bikeway network. Geller has spearheaded the effort for the Portland Bicycle Plan for 2030 and he also worked on our existing plan back in the mid 1990s. Geller has also traveled extensively researching bike facilities throughout Europe.

Now, as Portland embarks on a new effort to become a world-class bicycle city, Geller will share his insights and personal perspectives on how to make that happen.

We’ll also take your questions. I hope you’ll join us.

    An Evening With Roger Geller
    Weds., 11/18 from 6 to 8:00pm
    Plan B (1305 SE 8th Ave, map)
    Doors at 6:00, conversation begins at 6:30
    See this event on Facebook

Last time we did “An Evening With…” event we had a great turnout and everyone seemed to enjoy it. Check out my live interview with photographer, activist, and bike tourer Russ Roca below (filmed by our friend Dan Kaufman of Crank My Chain Cycle TV):

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Daniel Ronan

Hey Jonathan, is Plan B open to minors? Thanks!

Jonathan Maus (Editor-in-Chief)


no. this venue is not for minors. sorry ’bout that.

Lisa G
Lisa G

This is coincidental with the Shift meetup..not a coincidence? How about an afterparty, same location?

Daniel Ronan

Alright, thanks for checking Jonathan.