Week of Events
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 »
"Let's ride to parks and dance-workout together! This ride will go to a few parks where you can follow along dance-fitness routines, plus make up our own. Come dressed ready to dance, sweat and feel the burn."
"This is a ride I inherited from past leaders, going back I don't know how long. I picked it up round 2 years ago after two years collaborating with the previous leader. The concept is a vow of silence that begins at the start point after a short simple ritual, or sequence of instructions. It Read More »
"Know your rights and responsibilities on the road while bicycling. Legal clinics cover Oregon bicycle and pedestrian law, insurance information, and what to do if you’re in a crash. Attendees will also receive a free copy of long-time bicycle lawyer Ray Thomas’s book, Pedal Power: a Legal Guide for Oregon Cyclists."
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!
"Youth activists have been staging rallies and protests at the ODOT building downtown for weeks. Let's give them the support they deserve. Come support our Youth in their fight against ODOT's status quo ways. Let's help our future thrive by preventing freeway expansion and the continuation of car culture. We will ride from Colonel Summers Read More »
"A slow paced, chill, and colorful ride. We mob up to a lovely park in NE where we'll have slack lines, balance props, and juggling toys you can try. Bring your own thing? Hoopers, spinners, acrobats, unicyclists, acro-balancers, musicians, bright-spirited not-yet-circus humans - all are welcome. We'll play at the end spot but it should Read More »
Looking for a fun and interesting activity to do this summer? Come join the Bureau of Environmental Services and Friends of Trees for a sustainable stormwater and heritage tree bike ride in Portsmouth! Riders will learn the roles trees, plants, and soils play in preventing flooding, providing habitat for wildlife and people, and keeping our Read More »
"Join us for a fun and informative ride with PBOT’s own Greg Raisman - we’ll be visiting some older and new Street Intersection Murals around the city Intersection Murals are huge community supported murals scattered all over the city, we’ll be seeing some brand new Intersections and some older ones around Portland."
"Take a bike tour with Portland By Cycle focusing on how Portland is adding green space and improving biking in the Central City. This ride is based on the Sunday Parkways Green Loop route, which highlights the future Green Loop project in central Portland, a planned six-mile linear park that connects people through the heart Read More »
"Calling all fungiphiles and myco maniacs-- save the date for the second annual Mushroom People ride! Meet at the Portland Opera building near OMSI near the river path. Costumes not required but highly encouraged. More details to come! P.S. Graphic is adapted from the 1963 Japanese film Matango: Attack of the Mushroom People."
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 »
"... Are You Ready For It? That's right. We're doing a reprise of the Katy Perry x Taylor Swift ride, but this time we're turning a blind eye to the Prism chanteuse in favor of Miss Americana herself. It's time to bust out your red lipstick, custom snakeskin Christian Louboutin boots, preppy Keds, cowgirls boots, Read More »
"***The ride is only for Latinx and BI-POC friends. (sorry Non-BI-POC friends)*** A continuation of the Perreo Bike Ride titled "Cultura Ride," for its diverse Latinx Culture. This is number two of the three featured bike rides for the summer designed for all Latinx and BIPOC folx. This time around we will be cycling through Read More »
"Alright, alright, alright! That's right it's the Dazed and Confused Ride! Dress up and jam down on this ride to the moon tower. School's out forever, Class of '76 Meet at daVinci Middle School (2508 NE Everett St) *meet at 7p *not a loop (ride ends at Fernhill Park) *6ish miles *costumes highly encouraged *BYOB Read More »
"We have a fun ride planned for this Friday! Come hang with us as we roll thru a cemetery, bomb some hills, and take a dip in multiple fountains!!! Meet at Colonel Summers Park at 7pm, roll out at 7:30pm - no drop! Approx 10 miles. We will be asking folks to social distance and Read More »
"This is going to be the 6th year of taking the dance party sound systems and melt some faces with all styles of heavy metal from doom to thrash."