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.
After weeks of terrible, icy-cold sunshine, it looks like Christmas and New Year’s are rolling into Portland the way it’s supposed to: warm and gray. What better way to celebrate than with a bike?
In an event organizers said might be the first of a new tradition of charity-oriented bike fun in Portland, 96 cheerful people pedaled across the city Saturday to gather an assigned list of goods from the city’s grocery stores and co-ops.
Event Name: Echelon Gran Fondo Event Start Date: September 26, 2010 Start Time: 8:30:00 AM Web Site: http://www.echelongranfondo.org/portland/index.html Event Description: Echelon Gran Fondo in the Columbia River Gorge is a festive and scenic road ride event with distance options of 30, 60 and 100 miles. Team Radio Shack’s Chris Horner rides along as ambassador of … Read more
Event Name: 8th Annual Harvest Century Presented by Showers Pass Event Start Date: 9 October 2010 Start Time: 7:00:00 AM Web Site: http://www.harvestcentury.org Event Description: Choose from 100, 75, 45, and a 3-mile looped routes from Washington County Fairgrounds in Hillsboro, Oregon. Registration fee is $45 for the 3 longer routes and there is no-charge … Read more
We’ve got a great lineup of events this weekend, and the weather promises to be at least partly cooperative. Friday, September 18 Friday is Park(ing) Day On Park(ing) Day, on-street car parking spots are temporarily turned into parks of all sorts. Metro is celebrating the occasion all over the region to promote its Intertwine trail … Read more
Portland Farmers Market has announced that this May will be their first-ever Bike Month at the Market. Throughout the month, the Saturday PSU Market will host a bike booth featuring bike displays, bike inspections and biking experts to provide market-goers with the information and inspiration to tote their produce and artisan foods home on two … Read more
Jim Hensel, a self-described bike commuter with a “crazy big heart” is putting on a new ride that he hopes will raise money for the Oregon Food Bank. Dubbed the “Resolution Ride”, the ride will be unsupported (meaning bring your own water and snacks) and the route will take riders on a 50 kilometer loop … Read more