Ride Naked (Pedalpalooza)

Portland

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 »

Stand Up And Ride Against Racism

Portland

Join your fellow classmates and community, as we bike, walk, and stroll together in a unified demonstration against the violence, death, and systematic, institutional racism against Black men, women, and children. June 27th - Boise-Eliot Elementary (620 N Fremont) to Sabin Elementary (4013 NE 18th) July 4th - Sabin Elementary (4013 NE 18th) to Irvington Read More »

Trees (Pedalpalooza Theme Day)

Portland

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

(*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 »

Bike Break – Biking tips and live Q&A

Portland
Online Event

Take an afternoon break to love your bike. We’ll talk about easy ways to keep your bike running smoothly, how to find the low-stress route to where you’re going, and tips on making your bike more comfortable. We’ll also be taking your questions live. Feel free to post your question in advance. If you tune Read More »

Get Moving 2020 Listening Session (Metro)

Portland
Online Event

For 18 months, Metro has worked with community leaders and the public on a potential transportation funding measure to make it safer and easier for everyone to get around as the Portland area continues to grow. The Get Moving 2020 package calls for comprehensive improvements to address traffic and safety on 16 of greater Portland’s Read More »

Canceled Foster Night Ride

Foster Powell Food Carts - Banana Stand Bar 7337 SE Foster Rd, Portland

Foster Night Ride is a community bike ride that is inclusive to all, utilizes city streets, trails, alleyways and sidwalks. Has guest ride leaders. Meets every other Tuesday night. Focused on south east Portland.

Stand Up And Ride Against Racism

Portland

Join your fellow classmates and community, as we bike, walk, and stroll together in a unified demonstration against the violence, death, and systematic, institutional racism against Black men, women, and children. June 27th - Boise-Eliot Elementary (620 N Fremont) to Sabin Elementary (4013 NE 18th) July 4th - Sabin Elementary (4013 NE 18th) to Irvington Read More »

Get Moving 2020 Listening Session (Metro)

Portland
Online Event

For 18 months, Metro has worked with community leaders and the public on a potential transportation funding measure to make it safer and easier for everyone to get around as the Portland area continues to grow. The Get Moving 2020 package calls for comprehensive improvements to address traffic and safety on 16 of greater Portland’s Read More »

Get Moving 2020 Listening Session (Metro)

Portland
Online Event

For 18 months, Metro has worked with community leaders and the public on a potential transportation funding measure to make it safer and easier for everyone to get around as the Portland area continues to grow. The Get Moving 2020 package calls for comprehensive improvements to address traffic and safety on 16 of greater Portland’s Read More »

Community Bike Ride

Gladys Bikes 2905 NE Alberta St, Portland

This ride is for our Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) and/or LGBTQ+ community. All levels and all ages welcome! Hosted by Wild Diversity and Gladys Bikes Sign Up Here Join us for a leisurely, nobody-left-behind 5-mile bike ride loop. We will start at Gladys Bikes (2905 NE Alberta St) where our friends there will Read More »

Multnomah County Bicycle/Pedestrian Citizen Advisory Committee Meeting

Portland
Online Event

6:30 pm Welcome & Introductions 6:40 pm Approve June 2020 Meeting Minutes 6:45 pm Public Comment 6:50 pm Chair Report – Andrew Holtz 7:00 pm Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge and County Updates, Mike Pullen, Multnomah County 7:20 pm How Transportation Shapes Health Equity and Racial Justice, Andrew Campbell, REACH Program Specialist 8:00 pm Staff Report Read More »

Get Moving 2020 Listening Session (Metro)

Portland
Online Event

For 18 months, Metro has worked with community leaders and the public on a potential transportation funding measure to make it safer and easier for everyone to get around as the Portland area continues to grow. The Get Moving 2020 package calls for comprehensive improvements to address traffic and safety on 16 of greater Portland’s Read More »

Beaverton Bicycle Advisory Committee meeting

Beaverton Building, Columbia River Room, 5th Floor 12725 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton

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 »

Midnight Mystery Ride

Laurelhurst Park 3554 SE Ankeny St, Portland

MMR has entered Phase One of reopening with precautions in place to protect the community from Covid-19. Our ride leader respectfully requests that you wear your mask and keep your distance while socializing. There will not be a store stop or centralized bonfire at the end, but this birthday leader promises to make this a Read More »

Ride to Defeat ALS – Bike Tune Up Day

Alpenrose Velodrome 6149 SW Shattuck Rd, Portland

Are you signed up for the Ride to Defeat ALS and in need of a basic tune up and safety check? Our friends at Fall Line Sports will be helping us make sure you are ready to Ride! Sign up using this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040544aaac29a5f85-bike Basic tune ups and safety checks will be free for Ride Read More »