From lemonade to champagne to prom: Pedalpalooza picks for weekend 2
Arrive at Portland’s annual dress-to-impress bike party both hydrated and lubricated.
Fun for everybody! A 7-point action plan for a more diverse Pedalpalooza
The problem is not that people of color aren’t interested.
It’s time to start getting excited about Pedalpalooza 2016
What’s going to be most exciting event at Pedalpalooza this year? Your ride!
Find your tribe: A list of Portland’s many Facebook bicycle groups
Winter’s turning point is a good time to start thinking about where to find good times on bikes.
Random acts of bikiness: Free balloons kick off Clinton Street celebration month (photos)
With shouts of “Happy Birthday, Clinton Street,” a group of grinning volunteers distributed about 225 balloons to passing pedalers Friday.
Free to good home: a bicycle-powered star destroyer
Considering that one of these requires the annual combined economic output of several star systems to produce, that’s a pretty good deal.
Rudolph-lovers celebrate 50th anniversary of TV movie with sing-along on wheels
Howe rigged up a small flat-screen TV on a trailer to tow behind his bike and set up at various waypoints around downtown Portland.
Portlanders celebran ‘Dia de los Muertos’ con paseo en bicicleta
The three-mile trip was the first family-oriented ride organized by Mujeres en Movimiento,
‘Mujeres en Movimiento’ group brings out the bike-fun smiles
A pair of Portlanders have organized a new group aimed at giving Latinas regular events for riding bikes together.
City’s most underrated bike jump? A driveway near Peninsula Park, Mercury says
Merc reporter Dirk Vanderhart says Portland’s “most underrated bike jump” is a private driveway on North Ainsworth.
Portland’s ‘Unipiper’ Brian Kidd on Jimmy Kimmel Live
The young man playing bagpipes on his unicycle, of course, is nothing lots of Portlanders haven’t seen before.