A Unity Ride recap and thoughts on respecting bodies in public spaces
Publisher’s Note: Maritza Arango is BikePortland’s new events editor! This is her first (non Weekend Event Guide) post. Maritza moved to Portland from Bogotá, Colombia in January 2021. Stay tuned for a proper intro and more of her perspectives on Portland’s bike scene. – Jonathan How hard is it for humans to understand that differences … Read more
Street Trust renames ‘Women Bike’ program to be more inclusive
An initiative by The Street Trust to tackle the gender gap in cycling wants to become more inclusive.
In love with cycling, Carolyn Jen now wants to bring more women along for the ride
One women’s journey to cycling – and her work to bring others along for the ride.
Women in business find support at Portland Society’s annual boot camp
Portland Society has become so much more to me than its mission statement.
River City Bicycles launches “Low Pressure” mountain bike program for women
Learn skills on and off the bike in a supportive environment.
A former Portlander wants to know what ‘women led’ cities would look like
Urban planning is ruled mostly by men. What if women were in charge?
New ‘Friends on Bikes’ group wants to create a warm welcome for women of color
Cycling can break down barriers and build bridges.
Winding roads, wine and an all-women ride: Gal by Bike says Yes, Please
Why is it important to have a ride specifically for women? Here’s what I concluded.
Reform school: PSU will host a free ‘Summer Transportation Institute’ for girls
It’ll be an introduction to transportation careers.
BTA’s new Women Bike program aims to link up Portlanders who ride
It’s the latest local effort to making it easier for women to ride.