Racing news roundup: Rathe conquers gravel, Wrye-Simpson gets her due, Point-S Nokian off to Colorado
I often feel like we should talk a lot more about Portland’s bike racing scene and the people who make it tick. After all, our region has a dynamic community of people who love competitive cycling in all its forms. At this point in the season, many of those folks are switching gears from road … Read more
A championship for Honsinger and a great Portland showing at Cyclocross Nationals
Nearly two national titles for Portlanders.
Bike shop news roundup: Portland Bicycle Studio, Holy Spokes, and Orenco Station Cyclery call it quits
It is not a great time for young bike shops.
New bike shop opens on Williams while another preps to expand
Portland’s ever-changing bike shop landscape is evolving on North Williams Ave.
Local transgender racer told she can’t enter men’s championship event – Updated
Molly Cameron has had to pause her national championship plans.
Cyclocross interview series episode one: Molly Cameron
Molly Cameron, shown here racing in 2010, is a fixture on the local cyclocross scene. In addition to being an elite-level racer, she also owns Portland Bicycle Studio.(Photos © J. Maus/BikePortland)
Crash costs Cameron Cross Crusade Crown
Mud at Barton Park.(File photo © J. Maus) In a thrilling final race of the 2009 Cross Crusade series yesterday, Molly Cameron (Portland Bicycle Studio) took her one point series lead over Sean Babcock (Team S&M) into the end of the final lap. According to a report by Pat Malach in VeloNews, Cameron crashed trying … Read more
Local racers tough it out on World Cup stage
Portlander Molly Cameron is flying the Vanilla Bicycles team colors while racing in Belgium.(Photo: Nielsdewit.be) Local racer and owner of Veloshop, Molly Cameron, is “living the dream” by spending her holiday racing cyclocross against the world’s best on a multi-week trip that includes World Cup races in France and Belgium. Another Portland rider, Sue Butler, … Read more