Sawtell Pass Metric Century

Wait City Park 300 N Grant St, Canby, OR

You must sign up online to attend this ride. ONLY non-members should sign up here. If you are a club member, first log in before signing up for this ride.  Sign-up Description Sign-up on-line. Please read the Covid protocols before attending this ride https://portlandbiyclingclub.com/ptotocols This route is from the 2018 Pioneer Century, with a modified start from Canby's Read More »

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RCB led Ride

Rivercity Bikes (MLK) 706 SE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd,, Portland, OR

"Plan for an hourish, party-paced loop along the waterfront. These rides are geared for folks looking for a chill 10-15 mile route that should take around 60-90 minutes. Please bring your bike, a mask, helmet, water bottle, and a smile! *please do not park in lot to ride"

Monday Morning Meander

Gateway Transit Center Parking Lot NE 99th Ave & Northeast Pacific Street, Portland, OR

Description Sign-in will be with the ride leader at the start location. Provide your name, membership number and emergency contact phone number. The sign-in sheet will be filled out by the ride leader. Please read the Covid protocols before attending the ride. https://portlandbicyclingclub.com/protocols/ There are 100 ways to get from the Gateway Transit area to Jazzy Read More »

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Lawyer Ride

Pioneer Courthouse Square 701 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR

We meet on SW corner of Pioneer Square in downtown PDX. Meet around noon, departing about 12:15. You'll be back downtown by about 1:30. We ride up to the Fairmount loop for a couple of laps, regrouping after each one, followed by a little climbing up to Skyline for another regroup. Then we descend back Read More »

Tour de Friends

Tower Mall parking lot - Southeast Corner 5411 E Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA

Length: 24 miles Pace: 12 Terrain: Minor Elevation: 500 ft Ride Type: Group Cancellation Guidelines: Rain/Snow / Ice / Thunderstorms / Wind > 25 mph Details: Tour de Friends: Start Time: 9 am from the southeast corner of the Tower Mall parking lot. Ride east through neighborhoods to QFC on 192nd for about 10 miles. After 5-to-10-minute break ride about Read More »

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Used Day Tuesdays

Community Cycling Center Retail Shop 1700 NE Alberta Street, Portland, OR

Treasure hunting at Community Cycling Center is back! Did you miss browsing our used parts selection? We missed you too! Visit us once a week for masked, distanced, and outdoor used parts shopping, with covered table space available for you to rummage at your leisure. Hidden gems await!

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Foster Night Ride

FoPo Food Carts 7337 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR

"Eat drink and be merry also consider having the ride of your life, come ready for anything, be kind to all travelers, pack out what you bring in."

Bike Loud General Meeting

Portland, OR

Discussion of Portland-wide opportunities, plans, events, projects, etc for BikeLoud. If you have any agenda items, email them to bikeloudpdx@gmail.com Virtual Meet: https://bit.ly/blpdx-zoom

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Fix your bike at Kenton Cycle Repair

Kenton Cycle Repair 1926 N Kilpatrick, Portland, OR

"Want to learn how to lube your chain? Tighten your brakes? Dial in your shifting? Come on by with your bicycle and we’ll guide you through it. 6:30-8pm"

Westside Wednesday Ride

Beaverton Transit Center 4050 SW Lombard Ave, Beaverton, OR

"Hey y'all! We are still here riding the west side. The weather is getting more cold and wet and with this in mind our rides will slow down a bit more. We want anyone to come check out the sites. We'd recommend bringing fenders and lights for these rides with some good rain gear, just Read More »

Frenchman’s Bar Ride

Faithful Savior Lutheran Church 11100 NE Skidmore St, Portland, OR

Description Sign-in will be with the ride leader at the start location. Provide your name, membership number and emergency contact phone number. The sign-in sheet will be filled out by the ride leader. At the end of the ride email the ride leader at obsidianrabbit@q.com to correct your mileage, if other than what was noted when signing-in. Read More »

Noisy Thursday at the Highway Department

ODOT Region 1 Headquarters 123 NW Flanders St, Portland, OR

"Dan Kaufman Band’s human powered NOISY THURSDAY @ The Highway Department aka the so-called Oregon Department of Transportation. 4-530pm October 21st. 123 NW Flanders. Fix Death Highways and High Crash Corridors. Stop Harassing unhoused people. Stop Displacement Begin real Reparations. Stop GHG Inducing Freeway Expansions & Phony Post-fire Clear-cuts. BRING A BOULDER ‘CAUSE WE’RE GONNA Read More »

BikeLoud PDX N/NE Chapter Ride

Irving Park NE Fremont and 7th Ave, Portland

"Happy October all! Its's official! BikeLoudPDX has started three new Chapters! Let's discuss project ideas, opportunities, connections, and future rides as we begin to expand BikeLoud North/Northeast! A few items we could discuss include North Portland in Motion, Willamette Blvd, Connected Cully, and any other items folks want to bring up as we start the Read More »

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Thursday Night Ride

Salmon Street Fountain 1020 SW Naito Pkwy, Portland, OR

Every Thursday night, meets at Salmon Springs Fountain. TNR is a safe space and consent is required ! "If it's not a HELL YES; then it's a FUCK NO!" If you cannot agree to this you will be asked to leave the ride. If you ask a question but you don't like the answer and Read More »

WTFNB Unity Ride

NE 9th & Halsey St parking NE 9th & Halsey, Portland, OR

This Friday! Fast paced ride meeting at City Center Parking lot on NE 9th & Halsey, ending at Rose City Golf Course. Approx 10 miles, link at 7pm & roll out at 7:30pm. Led by @sunflower_bikerider 🚲💨 see y’all there!

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Sorella Forte women’s group road ride

Rivercity Bikes (MLK) 706 SE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd,, Portland, OR

LOOKING FOR A GREAT WOMEN’S GROUP RIDE? Our rides are open to all female-identifying riders who share a passion for riding a bike. To support a more equitable cycling community, this team welcomes riders of all races, ethnicities, sexualities and gender identities. We support people who want to race as well as recreational riders who want Read More »