A tour of Washington County’s new ‘bike infrastructure theme park’
Hopefully just the first of many more steps.
The Ugly, the Bad, and the Good of Bike accident economics
A personal reflection on aging in the saddle.
Greater Portland, on the move: A Regional Snapshot
Every day, millions of people move throughout greater Portland’s communities. This is a journey we share: Shoulder to shoulder on transit, lane by lane on streets and highways. Wheels turning, feet stepping, we go many miles — or just down the block. Our ability to get around -– to cross bridges, travel highways and streets, … Read more
Mult Co summer paving projects includes popular road in Sauvie Island
Paving on Multnomah County rural roads A contractor has begun paving several rural roads in east and west parts of Multnomah County. When one lane is being paved, flaggers will alternate two-way traffic in the open lane. There will be a one-day close of SE Stark Street on Wednesday, June 14 between SE Kerslake Road … Read more
Shop Warming Party @ Kenton Cycle Repair
Shop Warming Party to celebrate our new space! Sunday, June 25th from 5-9pm at 1926 N Kilpatrick St. Music/Snacks/Drinks/Party/Prizes! The North Portland Sunday Parkways is that day from 11am-4pm. We’ll be on site at Kenton Park doing small repairs for bicycles in need! Join us after!
Calling all Cornell Road Users
Hello west side hill riders out there. I have ridden many different routes up and down the west hills over the past 7 or so years and I have come to the conclusion that there are 2 main routes for transportation purposes that should be given priority: a Path parallel to US 26 connecting the … Read more
STP 2017 lodging
#bikestp 4 rooms just opened up at McMenamins Olympic Club for Saturday night of STP 2017.
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