A three-part series written by Rebecca Small and Shawn Small. See the rest of the guides here.
Uncertainty is hardly a new sensation for small business owners. Throw in a pandemic, a statewide lockdown, and implosion of the national economy and our local entrepreneurs find themselves facing previously unknown levels of apprehension and sleepless nights. Lately it may seem like there are a million possible wrong choices.
Every one of the nearly 100 different bike-related business in Portland, from the biggest bike shop in town to a self-employed bike fitter, falls into the category of a “small business” – by definition, a company with fewer than 500 people. Most are much smaller: 9 out of 10 businesses in Oregon have fewer than 20 employees. Despite their size, they employ 55% of the state’s workers. They are critical economic engines of our community.[Read more…]
Length: 24 miles Pace: 12 Terrain: Minor Elevation: 500 ft Ride Type: Group Cancellation Guidelines: Rain/Snow / Ice / Thunderstorms / Wind > 25 mph Details: Tour de Friends: Start Time: 9 am from the Read More »
"The Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee will meet virtually on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 1 p.m. At the meeting, committee members will have an opportuning to meet Assistant Director Read More »
"Attend by live streaming the meeting on YouTube: https://youtu.be/y_CQlLM27hQ In an effort to follow the states’ social distancing guidelines for slowing the spread of COVID-19, all meetings will be streamed Read More »
Description Traditional Kelley Point loop starting at Wilshire Park going through Northeast and North Portland. There will be a restroom break at the Smith/Bybee Lakes Interlake Parking area. The coffee Read More »
Come roll deep with us for a night of riding and raging. HOUSE/TRANCE/TECHNO breakdancing, lights, and lasers @ chevez_carlos, @kaylita_a, @Bergmönch, @dj_cat_wolf and @_djkaylo will be spinning. This one is Read More »
How many times and for how many months has this been delayed? Today PBOT announced that the bridge is going in October 8-11. I’ll believe it when I see it. https://www.oregonlive.com/commuting/2021/09/stretch-of-i-84-in-ne-portland-to-close-through-october-weekend-for-footbridge-installation.html 1 post -… Read Post »
Great news! Can’t wait for all the great biking with I-5 caps! Commission grants conditional approval to I-5 proposal AP NEWS – 10 Sep 21 Commission grants conditional approval to I-5 proposal PORTLAND, Ore.… Read Post »
5th street is a major east-west bikeway in Beaverton. There’s a proposal to tear down the building which currently houses the fencing school at the northeast corner of 5th and Western. The proposal would… Read Post »
Fifteen year old sociopath named Kasama Z. Smith steals godmother’s car, goes joyriding with her friends, hits jogger at 50 mph for fun, laughs about it afterwards, and spends weeks afterwards worried her friends… Read Post »
Shout out to Adda Beer at the Rose City Food Park. $1 off each pint to cyclists! Plus nice guy and good beer! https://www.instagram.com/addabeer/?hl=en https://m.facebook.com/RoseCityFoodPark/ 1 post - 1 participant Read full topic Read Post »