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Two local lawsuits put focus on riding conditions, responsibility – UPDATED
Two bike riders in separate cases have filed lawsuits after crashing on allegedly dangerous routes.
Bus service, advocacy group are latest signs of cycling boom in Mt. Hood area
The latest bicycling and bike tourism hot-spot is Sandy and the small communities around Mt. Hood. Now with a bike-friendly bus service and fledgling bike and pedestrian coalition, even more positive change is afoot.
Bike projects win big with Clackamas County tourism grants
Grant awards for bike projects are a clear sign that it’s all coming together for bike tourism in Clackamas County.
The Oregonian: Skibowl owner Kirk Hanna gives $500,000 to hit-and-run victim
Kirk Hanna.(Photo: Multnomah County) Yesterday, The Oregonian published a detailed update on the story we shared last month regarding a settlement being reached in the case of a serious hit-and-run that occurred in May 2010 and involved the owner of the Mt. Hood Skibowl, Kirk Hanna, and a Lake Oswego resident named Robert Skof. Here’s … Read more
Settlement reached in hit-and-run case involving Mt. Hood Skibowl owner
“This shows a level of negligence and disregard for other people’s lives that cannot be allowed in Portland if we want to keep our roads safe,”Sean DuBois, Skof’s attorney Lawyers for Robert Skof, who was hit from behind by Mt. Hood Skibowl owner Kirk Hanna while bicycling in southwest Portland last year, say a settlement … Read more
Owner of Mt. Hood Ski Bowl pleads guilty to drunken hit-and-run — UPDATED
Kirk Hanna hit someone while driving drunk at speeds of 80 mph and did not stop.(Photo: Multnomah County) Kirk Hanna, owner of Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, real estate developer, and son of carwash magnate Daniel Hanna, and plead guilty to Hit and Run, DUII, and 4th degree Assault in a Multnomah County courtroom on Thursday. … Read more