Keep on riding, Portland!
Bike Summer may be over, but our streets are open to bicycles year-round, 24/7. Our Ride Through the Seasons campaign is here to help you prepare to ride beyond summer and into fall.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is offering a series of free workshops and bike rides throughout fall, in partnership with community-based organizations.
By participating in Ride Through the Seasons events, you'll also have the chance to win prizes!
Stay in the Loop
- Text "Bike" to 888-520-0526 and you'll get quick messages directly to your phone.
Calendar of events:
- Ride Through the Seasons Kick Off Ride Friday, September 1, 5:30 - 8 p.m. Meet at Colonel Summers Park, SE Taylor St. entrance. Dress up as your favorite season and join us for a fun 7-9 mile ride to seasonally themed spots!
- Disaster Ride Saturday, September 23, 10:00 am. Meet at Irving Park, south entrance off NE 9th Ave, by the playground Want to find out how you can work with your community in the event of a disaster? Join us for an informative ride on how to plan for an emergency. Loop ride (returns to start), under 9 miles long.
- Basic Bike Maintenance Workshop Thursday, September 28, 10 a.m. - noon at PCC Cascade Bike shed, south side of Student Union building off N Mississippi Ave Learn about bike maintenance and bring your bicycle with you to get some hands-on experience doing basic repairs!
- Rainy Rider Photo Contest All month long Riding in the rain is not only possible, it's fun too! Send us a photo of you and your bike riding around town for the chance to win a waterproof prize.
- Bike Maintenance Workshop Thursday, October 5, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at PCC Southeast, Community Hall Annex Learn about bike maintenance and bring your bicycle with you to get some hands-on experience doing basic repairs!
- See and Be Seen Ride Monday, October 30, 5 p.m., location TBA Dress in your most visible attire, light up your bike, and join us for a fun evening ride.
Stay tuned for November events!
MADE POSSIBLE WITH SUPPORT FROM METRO AND THE FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION.