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Bike Break – Biking tips and live Q&A

Classes and Activities
Take an afternoon break to love your bike. We’ll talk about rolling with new routines. Maybe you've got a new bike? A new commute? A new bikeway nearby?
Bring your questions and join Timo and Matt for a look into dealing with changes and making them changes for the better!

Take an Afternoon Bike Break

Bike Break July

Take an afternoon break to love your bike. We’ll talk about rolling with new routines.  Maybe you've got a new bike?  A new commute?  A new bikeway nearby? Or perhaps traffic patterns have changed that make you feel too crowded (or too lonely) on your ride.
Bring your questions and join Timo and Matt for a look into dealing with changes and making them changes for the better!.   

Bike Break is a presentation of Portland Sunday Parkways and is brought to you by SmartTrips, Community Cycling Center, Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT), and made possible with support from Metro and the Federal Transit Administration. 

This Sunday Parkways Bike Break will take place Friday, July 30th at 2 pm. To join the live class on go to our Sunday Parkways Facebook page or join directly through Zoom.  Click here to join by Zoom.

Your hosts: 

Timo works in PBOT’s SmartTrips program, leading Portland By Cycle tours of the city’s great bikeways, hosting classes on Cycling Essentials and more, and editing PBOT’s series of bike and walk maps.  He is a Barista Emeritus of Breakfast on the Bridges

Matt is the Volunteer and Events Manager for the Community Cycling Center. He most recently lived in Salt Lake City where he coordinated a mentor program for refugee youth and climbed as much as possible. When he is not working you can find Matt fiddling with fountain pens, hiking, climbing, reading, playing board games, or bumbling around town on his bike.

Missed the class?  Catch the video recording afterward.

This free event is brought to you by #SundayParkwaysatHome, presented by Kaiser Permanente.