About Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)


Jonathan Maus is the publisher and editor-in-chief of BikePortland.org. You can reach him via email at jonathan [at] bikeportland [dot] org. If you have an urgent matter, please use our 24HR Tipline - (503) 706-8804.

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) Posts

Support the Molalla Forest Road project for great riding south of Canby

Friday, January 15th, 2021

The project would repair and connect the road south of Canby.
(Photo: City of Canby)

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E-bikes not represented in statewide ‘transportation electrification’ project

Thursday, January 14th, 2021

E-bike stores, like this one in north Portland, are very busy these days.
(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland)

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Bike Theft Task Force leader has left PPB; future of unit unclear

Wednesday, January 13th, 2021

A busy Bike Theft Task Force booth at a 2019 Sunday Parkways event.
(Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland)

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Commissioner Hardesty wants more carfree streets in downtown Portland

Tuesday, January 12th, 2021

SW Harvey Milk at 13th back in July.
(Photos: J. Maus/BikePortland)

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After years of delay, Portland will build Red Electric Trail bridge

Tuesday, January 12th, 2021

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Oregon House bill would prohibit tolling on I-205

Monday, January 11th, 2021

(Source: ODOT)

A group of seven lawmakers want to rewrite existing law and prevent the Oregon Department of Transportation from establishing a tolling system on Interstate 205, unless all the funds to go widening the freeway.

When the Oregon Legislature passed House Bill 2017 (“Keep Oregon Moving”) in 2017 they directed the Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC, the advisory body the oversees the Oregon Department of Transportation) to create a tolling program and implement it on I-5 and I-205. Now several years into the project, lawmakers want to put an end to it. House Bill 2629 would expressly prohibit the OTC from tolling I-205, “unless the toll is used to pay for construction of additional lanes.”
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The Monday Roundup: Car culture at the insurrection, Parisian dreams, NTSB on bikes, and more

Monday, January 11th, 2021

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Job: Sales – Cyclepath PDX

Monday, January 11th, 2021

Job Title


Company / Organization

Cyclepath PDX

Job Description

Cyclepath PDX of Portland, Oregon is currently seeking a full time, year-round as salesperson for our bike shop. Candidates will have a great opportunity to work with some of the best brands in the industry in an award-winning shop.

Candidates must be:
• Personable
• Sales oriented
• Detail oriented
• Able to manage time effectively
• Organized
• Able to lift 50lbs
• Passionate about bikes!

Familiarity with bicycles, bike parts and accessories and athletic and lifestyle clothing, are a plus, as well as a strong interest in the outdoors. Excellence with customers and coworkers in a teamwork environment are a high priority. Candidates must have clear communication skills and work well independently as well as in a dynamic team setting.

Full time, year-round employment with benefits is available to the right candidate, who would be someone with sales experience and product knowledge and is looking to grow with the shop and stay with us as we continue to expand. We are willing to train and cultivate the right person with the wealth of knowledge we have gained over the last 20+ years.

Desired sales knowledge to be successful in our shop:
• Familiar with modern mountain bikes
• Familiar with modern road bikes
• Knowledge of modern suspension designs
• Experience with Shimano Di2 drivetrains and accessories
• Familiar with Fox fork and shock technology

Job Type: Sales, full time, year-round

How to Apply

Email a resume and cover letter to mitch@cyclepathpdx.com

Sarah Iannarone picked as new leader of The Street Trust

Sunday, January 10th, 2021

Iannarone in front of Portland City Hall at a rally for the 2030 Bike Plan in February 2020.
(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland)

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Bike-friendly former Mayor Sam Adams could be headed back to City Hall

Thursday, January 7th, 2021

Wheeler and Adams working together?
(Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland)

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