Dropout Prom

Colonel Summers Park 1801 SE Taylor St, Portland, OR

Put on your best outfit and dust off your dancin' shoes, because DROPOUT PROM is back again! Dropout organizes leave no trace events so please pack out all your trash. We want a culture of consent and respect. Don't be a jerk. We can and will eject people who cause problems. NO FIRE this year, Read More »

Galactic Disco Pedalpalooza Ride

Colonel Summers Park 1801 SE Taylor St, Portland, OR

Greetings, Groove-o-nauts! it’s time again to join forces, fire up our bikeships, and embark on a far out space mission complete with bumpin' disco tunes. Flight plan as follows: • 6:00 - meet at Colonel Summers Park (1801 SE Taylor St) to pre-boogy. Lift off at 6:30! • Orbit around Ladd's Solar System • Dock Read More »

Loud ‘n Lit

Irving Park NE Fremont and 7th Ave, Portland

You know the deal, the biggest crazy fun bike party of Pedalpalooza, come with the loudest and most lit bicycle you can. At end spot we transformer into a massive party sound system. Dutch and Sysfail in collaboration with Rat Patrol BC. Voted Best ride last year, and we def don't plan to disappoint this Read More »

Lents Green Ring Bike Tour

Green Lents Community Tool Library, 9215 SE Ramona Street

The Lents Neighborhood Association and Green Lents are partnering to lead another bike ride around the Lents' Green Ring. 10am-12pm It's about a 5 mile loop, and we will begin and end at the Green Lents Community Tool Library. This event is free and open to all! Come join us for a fun ride to Read More »

Legos, Lassos, Lucky Charms, Lawn Bowling, Lagers, and bicyc-Ls Ride

Ladd Circle (Park) 1959 SE Ladd Avenue, Portland, OR

Our ninth annual alphabetical tournament ride, brought to you by the letter L! Ride to parks and compete as a 2-person team at each stop in ludicrous L-themed mini-games. Win legendary prizes of luxurious (sentimental) value. RSVP appreciated but not required, and single riders welcome -- we'll pair you up. Ride will end at an Read More »

World Naked Bike Ride

Laurelhurst Park 3554 SE Ankeny St, Portland, OR

Join thousands of people in the streets showing their support for human-powered transportation, safe streets, and body positivity. Ride meets at 8pm and leaves a 9pm from Laurelhurst Park. Band (MarchFourth) starts right at 8pm. This ride does not loop back to the start location. Ride is approximately 6 miles long. This event is 100% Read More »

Bike Love Fest Scavenger Hunt

Portland, OR

Get ready to put on a costume and go for a ride! Filmed by Bike and The Street Trust have teamed up to send riders on a citywide adventure to solve riddles, answer trivia and hunt for treasure. The rider with the most points wins! And yes, there are prizes. HOW TO PLAY Put on Read More »

Movie Monday (Pedalpalooza)

Portland, OR

Watch a Movie Outside! Project a film on to a building, or download your favorite bike movie on to a portable device and pedal to a fun outdoor location. Dress Up Like Your Favorite Movie Character What's the funniest character you can imagine seeing rolling by on a bicycle? Dress like them! Reenact Scenes from Read More »

Bikes Mean Business (Pedalpalooza)

Portland, OR

Go Shopping by Bicycle Today... And bring your helmet in to show that you arrived on two wheels. Challenge yourself to see if you can shop at local businesses and buy local products only. Plan ahead and maybe you can go pick locally made items up from the maker directly? Now more than ever local Read More »

Interactive Shop Tour – Breadwinner Cycles & Sugar Wheel Works

Portland, OR
Online Event

Just why would someone choose a custom handbuilt bicycle or bike wheel over machine built? We want to show you around our shop and tell you more about this unique process. We're celebrating Pedalpalooza and the Portland bike community with a FREE virtual, interactive shop tour. Watch bike builder Ira Ryan in action as takes Read More »

Architecture & Design Day (Pedalpalooza)

Portland, OR

Architecture, Green Design, and Housing for Everyone Isn't cycling the best way to see the built environment, anyway? Sponsored by fans of architecture, green design, and housing advocates represented by "Portland: Neighbors Welcome," this day is all about appreciating and understanding buildings. This is your chance to look at Portland neighborhoods through the lens of Read More »

Retrowave (Pedalpalooza)

Portland, OR

Retrowave costumes Drench yourself in neon, oversized denim and retro high tops. Dress like your favorite 80s video game character or movie villain. Live your best 80's life! Now that we're official, you think we have room for one more on the Rad Team? Don't forget to dress up that rad bike of yours! Have Read More »

Superheroes (Pedalpalooza)

Portland, OR

Dress Up! Step your mild-mannered self into a telephone booth and emerge as your inner superhero! This day will be 50% caped crusader bike ride, 50% theater. Feel free to also dress as a topical villain representing or inspired by current events -- Donald Trump, invasive ivy, climate change, pollen/Queen Bee, Covid-19, an evil dog Read More »

Ride Naked (Pedalpalooza)

Portland, OR

The World Naked Bike Ride is an annual, worldwide bike ride that highlights the vulnerability of cyclists everywhere and decries society’s dependence on pollution-based transport. It’s also a lot of fun and it’s free for all! This year there will be no start location or start time due to Covid-19. Instead, riders are encouraged to Read More »

Trees (Pedalpalooza Theme Day)

Portland, OR

If you are a BIPOC person/s, and would like to adopt this ride and make it your own, please email pedalpalooza@gmail.com and reference this notice. To all participants: Please consider a donation to Outdoor Afro, an organization celebrating and inspiring Black connections and leadership in nature. Understand that trees (yes, even trees) play an implicit Read More »

Self Care Day (Pedalpalooza)

Portland, OR

(*Note: See event link for full details and description.) Meditate Find a quiet place to pause for a bit. If you’re new to meditating, listening to a guided meditation can be helpful. UCLA Mindful offers free beginner meditations in English and Spanish, which can be streamed on the web or through their app. There are Read More »