Not just for cars anymore.(Photo: Elly Blue/BikePortland) Back in August, local fast food chain Burgerville made headlines when they opened their drive-thrus to bicycle-riding customers at all 39 of their locations. But, according to an interview with the company’s CEO Jeff Harvey published in The Oregonian last week, that’s just the start.
A new sign (of change) at the Burgerville on SE 11th and Hawthorne in Portland: “Bikes in Lane” with a picture of a bicycle and a car(Photo © Elly Blue) Responding to last month’s biking momma drive-thru debacle, Burgerville has announced that they’ll welcome people on bikes to each of their 37 drive-thrus (which are … Read more
Burgerville: Fresh, Local, Sustainable… and now bike-able! Chalk it up as another big win for citizen activism. Portland writer and self-described “family biking evangelist” Sarah Gilbert’s account of being denied service in the drive-thru of a local Burgerville restaurant while on her bicycle (which was then picked up by local media and Twittered all over … Read more