Week of Events
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 »
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 »
"Meet at 6, depart by 6:30. The sunset isn't going to wait for us. Did you know that on the night of the full moon, sunset is usually right before the moon rise? Let's hit up a spot where we can watch both! Stock up on snacks and libations before meeting up, then depart on Read More »
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 »
Join the Oregon Safe Routes to School team @BIKABOUT & @CoachBalto to learn how to start, grow & sustain a Walking School Bus & Bike Train program in your community.
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!
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will be holding a walking and rolling tour of the recent construction work on Outer Division. Please see below for details and instructions on how to participate. Members of the public are invited to attend! Members of the public planning to attend should register with Pedestrian Coordinator, Michelle Marx. email@example.com Read More »
"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."
Meet every Wednesday for a no-drop, mainly paved bike ride with some mixed terrain bits sprinkled in. Rides will be 15-25ish miles depending on the week. Routes will be shared in advance.
"The Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee will meet virtually on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 1 p.m. At the meeting, committee members will have an opportuning to meet Assistant Director Cooper Brown and talk about opportunities for OBPAC collaboration. They will have a chance to talk with DMV Administrator Amy Joyce about pedestrian and bicycle Read More »
"Let's keep it going! The full moon naked rides have been the highlight of the summer, and there's no reason not to keep the tradition alive! September 22 is both the full moon and the autumnal equinox. Let's honor our Earth Mama with full moons and full hearts. We will be at Colonel Park starting Read More »
"Normal ride for us. Be respectful and polite please. There is a MAX to the Beaverton Transit Center to get there and one to return to Portland. (No more than $5). This is a faster paced ride on the westside of the river. Carlos will be leading this ride and anything is possible! End location: Read More »
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 firstname.lastname@example.org to correct your mileage, if other than what was noted when signing-in. Read More »
"Attend by live streaming the meeting on YouTube: https://youtu.be/y_CQlLM27hQ In an effort to follow the states’ social distancing guidelines for slowing the spread of COVID-19, all meetings will be streamed on YouTube until further notice. Closed captions are provided on screen and also are available in English and Spanish via your web browser. You can find all Read More »
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 »
Description Traditional Kelley Point loop starting at Wilshire Park going through Northeast and North Portland. There will be a restroom break at the Smith/Bybee Lakes Interlake Parking area. The coffee stop is at Cathedral Coffee on N Willamette Blvd and N Edgewater Ave. Please note this is a non-group ride with a brisk, relatively flat Read More »
Join us on September 24 for the GLOBAL CLIMATE STRIKE to demand climate justice and #uprootthesystem ! Meet at the Oregon Convention Center (MLK and Holladay) at 11:00, we will leave to march to City Hall at 11:30 to deliver our demands ✊See you all there!
Come roll deep with us for a night of riding and raging. HOUSE/TRANCE/TECHNO breakdancing, lights, and lasers @ chevez_carlos, @kaylita_a, @Bergmönch, @dj_cat_wolf and @_djkaylo will be spinning. This one is gonna be a banger! POC produced and centered. We need our allies and accomplices to get down and grove with us! Anti-racist, LGBTQ+ positive Easy Read More »
"Be respectful and responsible. Bring lights! Sounds! Be ready for a wild adventure! We will stop at a few parks and find some stores along the way. Guest birthday ride leader!! Please stay behind the ride leader. Also if it’s not a hell yes…. It’s a hell no, so please respect people’s space and boundaries."
"Our intention for our group ride is to create a safe and fun riding experience for women, trans folks, and non-binary folks. We are free of cis male presence during this ride. We're not 21+ ride, but definitely 18+! We hope to see you there :)"