Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on September 27th, 2019 at 9:13 am
Kids are back in school, the sun isn’t quite as sunny, and there’s a fall vibe in the air.
While summer has dropped off the back of the peloton, it’s still a beautiful time to ride bikes in Portland! If you’re looking for something to do, have a look at our ride and event selections below…
Friday, September 27th
Alice Awards – 5:30 pm at Castaway Portland (NW)
It’s time for the Street Trust’s big annual fundraising shindig. This year’s award winners include ODOT planner Maria Sipin and the Rukaiyah Adams from Meyer Memorial Trust/Albina Vision. More info here.
Grit & Grounds Photos Show – 6:00 pm at Breadwinner Cafe (N)
Photographer Aaron D.C. Edge will share his latest work that captures the beauty of cycling and it’s connections to coffee. More info here.
Saturday, September 28th
Gran Prix Luciano Bailey #5 – All day at Heiser Farms (Dayton)
The final stop in the 2019 GPLB series will see racers battle for podium spots on a classic Oregon farm course that will be fun for riders and spectators alike. More info here.
Killer Fang Bike Ride – All day in Estacada (SE)
Get to know the beautiful and (relatively) nearby Clackamas River on this two-day ride hosted by the Estacada Chamber of Commerce. More info here.
Biking About Architecture Montavilla Edition – 11:00 am at Milepost 5 (NE)
Residential architecture buff Jenny Fosmire returns to lead one of her educational and fun tours. More info here.
Sauvie Shootout – 9:00 am at Ovation Coffee & Tea (NW)
Road racing season has wound down, but the pace will still wind up at Portland’s premiere weekly training ride. Join experienced yet welcoming riders for a jaunt out to Sauvie Island and back through the West Hills. Bring good legs. More info here.
Sunday, September 29th
Gresham Bagel Ride – 10:00 am at Gateway Transit Center (NE)
Are you Gresham-curious? Join the Portland Bicycling Club for a group ride to see the sites and stop for a snack at Jazzy Bagels. More info here.
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