Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on April 2nd, 2010 at 9:48 am
This Sunday is one of my favorite Portland traditions — the Bunny on a Bike Ride. I can still remember back in April 2004; I had just moved to Portland and opened my copy of The Oregonian to see some crazy people riding together dressed up like bunnies.
Since then I’ve attended almost all of the Bunny on a Bike rides. Ride leader Carye Bye does an excellent job making it fun and interesting every year. There are stops at various parks, people bring tea and other goodies, and of course the bunny-inspired outfits are fantastic.
This year’s ride starts and finishes at Columbia Park (N. Lombard and Woolsey). Carye and her cohorts have designed an easy loop route that will take about two hours. The event is free and perfect for families and kids of all ages.
For some inspiration, check out my slideshow from the 2006 ride:
- Bunny on a Bike Ride
2 – 4:30pm
Meet at NW corner of Columbia Park (N. Lombard and Woolsey)
More info here