Week of Events
Description Sign-in will be with the ride leader at the start location. Provide your name, membership number and emergency contact phone number. The sign-in sheet will be filled out by the ride leader. Please read the Covid protocols before attending the ride. https://portlandbicyclingclub.com/protocols/ There are 100 ways to get from the Gateway Transit area to Jazzy Read More »
We meet on SW corner of Pioneer Square in downtown PDX. Meet around noon, departing about 12:15. You'll be back downtown by about 1:30. We ride up to the Fairmount loop for a couple of laps, regrouping after each one, followed by a little climbing up to Skyline for another regroup. Then we descend back Read More »
Length: 24 miles Pace: 12 Terrain: Minor Elevation: 500 ft Ride Type: Group Cancellation Guidelines: Rain/Snow / Ice / Thunderstorms / Wind > 25 mph Details: Tour de Friends: Start Time: 9 am from the southeast corner of the Tower Mall parking lot. Ride east through neighborhoods to QFC on 192nd for about 10 miles. After 5-to-10-minute break ride about Read More »
Treasure hunting at Community Cycling Center is back! Did you miss browsing our used parts selection? We missed you too! Visit us once a week for masked, distanced, and outdoor used parts shopping, with covered table space available for you to rummage at your leisure. Hidden gems await!
NOTE: Meeting held virtually until further notice. The twenty-member volunteer Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) meets monthly to review projects and discuss bike issues. The committee advises City Council and bureaus on all bicycle-related matters. The meetings are staffed by the Portland Bureau of Transportation bicycle coordinator. The public is encouraged to attend. Snacks and drinks Read More »
"Meet up at the benches by the tennis court. Bikes kick off at 7:30pm. Be respectful of people space, wear a mask, and have fun. We strive to make this a safe place for all bikers. We may be able to help with repairs and will slow for trouble but nothing is promised. Different leaders Read More »
Join a roundtable of park and trail providers, nonprofit organizations, trail advocates and professional trail designers to learn about upcoming trails in the region. The general public is welcome and encouraged to attend. All participants are invited to share trails-related updates at the beginning of the meeting. If you have specific questions on the proposed agenda, please Read More »
Description Sign-in will be with the ride leader at the start location. Provide your name, membership number and emergency contact phone number. The sign-in sheet will be filled out by the ride leader. At the end of the ride email the ride leader at firstname.lastname@example.org to correct your mileage, if other than what was noted when signing-in. Read More »
According to Beaverton Code 2.03.560 (Powers and Duties), the purpose of the committee is: To focus on the promotion, education and safety of bicycling and related modes of active transportation in and around the City of Beaverton. To provide City Council and City staff with perspective of bicyclists and active transportation users on significant public Read More »
Every Thursday night, meets at Salmon Springs Fountain. TNR is a safe space and consent is required ! "If it's not a HELL YES; then it's a FUCK NO!" If you cannot agree to this you will be asked to leave the ride. If you ask a question but you don't like the answer and Read More »
"Question 1 have you ever wished the ride would come to your location? Question 2 do you hate riding home alone? Have we got the ride for you. submit your name and address to Radrvb@gmail.com and tell us where and when we can pick you up and drop you off at. Updates and details to Read More »
"Rich is leading a ride so why not have him pick up the Friday night ride and have him take us around town! Meet at ladds 7ish. Ride shows up around 730ish. Ride out 7:45ish. Be respectful. Stay behind our ride leader."
"Time for the North & Northeast edition of the City Views Ride! We’ll start in NE Portland and wrap up by the new Earl Blumenauer Pedestrian Bridge by Interstate 84. Light up your bikes and lets hit some great city Views in North & Northeast Portland!"