We make biking better. In Portland and beyond.
BikePortland.org is an independent daily news source that covers the Portland bike scene. Through our journalism, events, and direct advocacy we inform and inspire thousands of people around the world every day.
The site was founded in July 2005 by Jonathan Maus. Jonathan remains editor and publisher. Contact him – jonathan(at)bikeportland.org
BikePortland is run by Pedaltown Media, Inc., a corporation registered in the state of Oregon. The site is supported by a mix of advertising and reader support.
We’re proud of our work and our standing in the community
Below are some notable bits of recognition we’ve received:
— “Best Local Blog” in the 2016 Willamette Week Reader’s Poll
— 1st Place, General News Reporting – 2016 Society of Professional Journalists Northwest Excellence in Journalism Contest
— 2nd Place, Business Reporting – 2016 Society of Professional Journalists Northwest Excellence in Journalism Contest
— Jonathan was named one of 50 Most Influential Portlanders by Portland Monthly Magazine in 2011.
— Jonathan received an Alice B Toeclips Award from the Bicycle Transportation Alliance for “Opening roads and minds to bicycling” in 2007.
— We were given a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition For Outstanding and Valuable Service to the Community by U.S. Congressman Earl Blumenauer at our 10th birthday party in 2015.
— BikePortland was named the #1 online news source in Portland for discussing city government in 2010 (City of Portland sponsored audit by White Horse Consulting, as reported in the Portland Mercury)
And here are some nice media profiles we’ve gotten over the years:
— Bike Portland celebrates 10 years as a treasure trove of Portland bike culture – Willamette Week, September 2015
— BikePortland.org is go-to site for bicycling news — Portland Business Journal, May 10th, 2013
— Talk Box: Bike Tourism in Oregon — Jonathan was featured in a live panel discussion that aired on KGW-TV (NBC) on May 9th, 2013
— Jonathan Maus: Bike Advocacy, Journalism, and the Struggle for Balance — Interview on The Bicycle Story, April 2013
— New York After Hurricane Sandy Through the Lens of a Portland Bike Journalist — Portland Bureau of Emergency Management, November 2012 (Video)
— Your Voice Your Vote: Licenses for bicyclists? — KATU-TV, September 2012 (Video)
— Bike blogger’s route takes a write turn — Portland Tribune, August 2012
— Bike Portland’s Jonathan Maus keeps the gears turning on the city’s two-wheeled vision — Street Roots, July 2010
— Blogger rallies the biking faithful, and City Hall blinks — The Oregonian, May 2007
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