Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on October 17th, 2019 at 11:05 am
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Check out our selections for the weekend below (and don’t forget tonight PBOT is hosting an “open house and community meeting” for the Lloyd-to-Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway project).
Friday, October 18th
Creepy Cat Alleycat – 6:00 pm at Retrogression (SE)
Get into the Halloween spirit at this good, old-fashioned alleycat. Cash prizes and just $5 to enter. More info here.
Saturday, October 19th
Kidical Mass Pumpkin Farm Ride – 10:00 am at Cartlandia (SE)
This merry band of family bikers will ride to Liepold Farms in Gresham to partake in the much-loved tradition of picking up pumpkins by bike. More info here.
Saturday Social Ride – 10:00 am at Wilshire Park (NE)
Join the Portland Bicycling Club for this group ride that will be about 25 miles in length at a leisurely-moderate pace. Bring a few bucks for a bakery/coffee stop! More info here.
Sunday, October 20th
Cyclocross Crusade #4 – All day at Portland International Raceway/Heron Lakes (N)
It’s time for the Crusade stop that’s as close to Portland as it’ll get all year. There’s no excuse to not check out the action, whether you’re racing or cheering. There should be plenty of mud to make things interesting. More info here.
Sandy Ridge Trail Work Day – 9:00 am at trailhead parking lot
Wet fall weather doesn’t mean the end of riding in our region; but only if you people like you show up and help keep trails in good shape. NW Trail Alliance will lead this work party that’s sure to give you good memories and great trail karma. More info here.
Slow Poke Ride – 10:00 am at Wilshire Park (NE)
Portland Bicycling Club will lead this ride that will explore north Portland neighborhoods. Expect a pace of 10-12 mph and a lunch stop. More info here.
Pumpkin Patch Ride – 11:00 am at Golden Pliers (N)
The wonderful crew at Golden Pliers will ply you with spiced cider and donuts before saddling up for a ride to Sauvie Island. They’ll have a trailer and cargo bike for extra pumpkin capacity. More info here.
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