Week of Events
Agenda Items: Strategic planning overview and update Trail projects update Project funding approach Implementation of project funding approach The proposed Salmonberry Trail is an 87-mile corridor that follows the Port of Tillamook Bay Railway and terminates in Banks. The proposed route connects eight cities and two counties, passing by the Oregon coastline, fisheries, farmland and ... Read more
"Adaptive Sports NW's Summer Adaptive Bike Series at Portland International Raceway is back Monday nights. Athletes with physical and visual disabilities of all levels of experience from novice to elite join together each Monday during the summer to handcycle at PIR. This sign up is for general volunteer positions. Volunteers need to be ages 14+ ... Read more
bring some cookies to share (homemade? awesome! store bought? also stellar) and perhaps even your favorite card game - we'll do a short ride with an ending sunset stop to share treats and play some card games together. Ride pace will be casual, no cookie lovers will be left behind Other shareable treats, picnic ... Read more
The Cascadian Courier Collective is turning 5 and they're hosting a fun and free alley cat to celebrate! Over $500 in cash prizes.
We love all things repair culture! Cruise around the East side of town with us to some of our favorite local repair spots. BRING, WEAR, or RIDE SOMETHING THAT HAS BEEN REPAIRED! At the end spot we’ll share all about it. Leisure pace just over ten miles. Please keep our community safe and wear ... Read more
In partnership with Elaine B. Bikes NWTA presents a 5 week series of beginner/intermediate mtb skills clinics. 18+, please. Topics covered: Trail Basics, Cornering, Braking, Descents and more! Meet at “The HUB” at Gateway Green (near the pump tracks & picnic tables) at 5:30 pm. Class size is limited, and pre-registration is required. Cost: $10 ... Read more
Do you love Pedalpalooza, WNBR, Breakfast on the Bridges, The Ladd's 500, Disaster Relief Trials, or Better Naito? Umbrella is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor for these and many more of the projects around town that you love. Come learn about our past, present, and future projects and how you, too, can help make Portland ... Read more
The 20-member volunteer Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) meets monthly to review projects of interest to cyclists and discuss bike issues. The committee advises City Council and bureaus on all bicycle-related matters. August meeting agenda: Agenda: Announcements (6:00-6:15) Vision Zero Update Committee member hot topics Current Maintenance Operations in regard to bicycle facilities (6:40-7:15) Jody Yates, ... Read more
" Have you ever wondered about all those cool church labyrinths? This Family Friendly ride will take us on a tour of some of Portland's Church, Secular and Personal Labyrinths We'll meander the city on bikes and walk indoor and outdoor labyrinths. Meditative and playful. We'll stop by the Cart Blocks to grab some eats."
Know Your Greenways is a series of bike rides that combine two or more neighborhood greenways to form a loop ride about eight miles in length. This ride combines the SE Center, SE Woodward, and SE Clinton Greenways with brief portions of the 20s and the 80s to form the loop. Greenways make good loop ... Read more
Join PBOT's North Portland in Motion team on a biking tour of the mid-peninsula neighborhoods of New Columbia, Portsmouth, and University Park. During this ride, you'll have a chance to learn about the ongoing North Portland in Motion plan - which kicked off in the summer of 2021 and is focused on improving access to ... Read more
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 an under 5 mile to our mystery destination. Ride not a loop. Lights, layers, ... Read more
During Pedalpalooza we celebrate the full moons with naked bike rides! We honor the Sturgeon Moon and the Bicycle as we empower ourselves with non-sexualized nudity and body positivity. Creating safety in numbers as we protest petroleum dependency and the loss of Sturgeon habitat. (Oregon law allows nudity as a form of protest.) Disrobe to ... Read more
The Kate Bush Pedalpalooza Ride is back, just in time to catch the tail-end of the Kate Bush Renaissance! Now that an entirely new generation has been exposed to the musical genius of "Running Up That Hill," we get to introduce them to the Kate Bush piece that started it all: "The Wuthering Heights!" Just ... Read more
"Bring lights and be respectful and responsible. Join us every Friday night as we cruise around town/see different spots. Every first Friday is bottle share night. 2nd Fridays are MMR"
Get on your fur, your horns, your claws, and your growls and howls. A fun easy ride for a horde of monsters through lower SE Portland. Stops in Laurelhurst Park and Lone Pine Cemetery. Bring snacks and there will be snacks. The route ends where it begins. Prizes given to best/worst monsters.