A recent Oregon Department of Transportation project in north Portland has helped tame an urban highway, but it came at the cost of a key bike crossing.
Are you feeling a bit lonely? You’re not the only one. These warm summer months are typically peak season for Portland’s cycling scene. But during a time when the coronavirus dominates hearts and minds, most events and races have been cancelled. Usually bustling bikeways are sparse. Events are the connective tissue of a healthy bike … Read more
Our latest Ask BikePortland comes right in time for the season of giving. Reader Shelley G emailed last week to ask: We have a vintage trike that needs to be cleaned up with a new tire and a paint job. We would love to donate it. Our desire is for it to be fixed up … Read more
Reader A.L. needs someone to build a bike shed: We need to build/have built a secure bike storage structure in our backyard. Limited budget ($500-700). Do you have any recommendations for who to work with? Doesn’t need to be someone licensed, and probably won’t be with our budget, but at least reliable/does good enough work.