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First-Ever Cargo Bike Roll Call

On August 20, Eugene hosted the first-ever Cargo Bike Roll Call, a chance for cargo bike aficionados to congregate and swap ideas and share enthusiasm. Organizers report the event was a huge success with a wide variety of bikes represented.

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Portland’s Favorite Ride: Portland Century

Nothing says you’re a true Portlander like touring the city and its fringes by while noshing on tasty treats and relaxing at the end with a craft beer from Hopworks Urban Brewery. The Portland Century gives you a chance to show your PDX pride on routes of 40, 80 or 100 miles.

This gorgeous ride is extremely well supported and tons of fun. It’s a great way to challenge yourself, meet new people, conquer your fitness goals and spend the day reveling in Portland’s awesomeness.

Sign up for the ride at the start line for $80 or get a discount by signing up early.
$75 – Pre-Ride Party, Hopworks, 2944 SE Powell, Saturday August 18 2-4pm. Includes discounted Hopworks beer, free bike checks and snacks.

$71.50 – Online before August 17 at 11:59pm

Save $20 when you use a store coupon ($10 off the already-discounted online registration).

See more info on the Portland Century website.

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Fundraising Spotlight

Teresa Wilson Beiser was an energetic, athletic woman with an unconquerable spirit who was the picture of health and wholeness. On Tuesday November 10, 2009 Teresa’s estranged husband went on a shooting rampage at her place of work that ended life for the loving mother of two.

Though many friends were not aware, Teresa had been in an abusive marriage that ended in divorce, a reality for far too many people. Teresa dreamed of being a cyclists as strong as Lance Armstrong, and her friends dubbed her a Lancette. The Lancette Memorial Ride honors Teresa’s life while raising funds and awareness for domestic violence.

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Portland Century Time!

In Oregon, century rides abound but only one truly celebrates the beauty and bounty of this special place we call Portland. The Portland Century, August 19, is a premier ride to honor this premier city, and starts and finishes in the heart of it.

Get the royal treatment on this lush ride with 40, 80 and 100 mile routes. The day starts out with locally roasted coffee and a fresh breakfast before you embark out on a gorgeous course that visits Portland’s favorite areas. Watch large ships loom in the distance at Kelley Point Park, the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers; take in the serene quiet of Smith and Bybee lakes, the largest urban wildlife wetland preserve – and that’s just within the first 15 miles of the course. Your riding only gets better from there on out.

Lunch and snacks are served on the course, and you’ll be treated to free Hot Lips pizza on the 80 and 100 mile courses. Dinner features a gourmet dinner of wild Keta salmon and teriyaki chicken prepared on site and served under the shady tree canopy of the Portland State University Gardens. Hopworks, Portland’s own award-winning organic craft brewery, is hosting the beer garden. All these incredible features of the Portland Century are included in your ride pass so don’t miss this opportunity to showcase your velo love of Portland.

HOT TIP: Beat the lines and attend the Pre-Ride Party at Hopworks (2944 SE Powell) on 8/18 from 2-4pm where you can check in and register for the ride.

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Twilight Criterium Racer Roster

Exited about the Portland Twilight Criterium?

Here’s a partial list of the racers, as of 9/9/2012 at 2pm. Many racers will register through tonight online, then again at the event.

Mark Adamski Portland OR
Aaron Aikin Portland OR
Adam Angert portland OR
Austin Arguello Hillsboro OR
Erik Bakker Portland OR
Steven Beardsley Portland OR
Kevin Boje Aurora CO
zach Bowden vancouver WA
Byron Breeden Hood River OR
Chris Bright Lake Oswego OR
Christian Buesch Corvallis OR
Neil Byzick Corvallis OR
Molly Cameron Portland OR
eric cockrell seattle WA
Aaron Coker Tigard OR
Joel Crouch Portland OR
Clint Culpepper Portland OR
Casey Davidson Portland OR
Edward DeLisle Portland OR
Peter Drake Portland OR
Brian Engelhard West Linn OR
Edward Ewing Seattle WA
Tyler Fought Portland OR
Jeremiah Freeman Salem OR
Eddie French Portland OR
Aaron Gallardo los angeles CA
George Gardner Portland OR
Leland Gilmore Portland OR
Norrene Godfrey Vancouver WA
Erin Goodall Portland OR
brian gumpert portland OR
Bradlee Haley Burien OR
Chris Hamilton Portland OR
Davis Hand Portland OR
John Hartnett Portland OR
Mike Henry Damascus OR
Tom Hill Portland OR
Cole Hilton Corvallis OR
Brian Hitchcock Seattle WA
Patrick Jacks Beaverton OR
kent johnston Lake Oswego OR
Scott Jones Gresham OR
Michael Kath portland OR
Joseph king Portland OR
Cole Lalomia portland OR
William Laubernds Portland OR
Josh LeBus Portland OR
Matt Lee Portland OR
Joshua Liberles
John Lombard Portland OR
Chris Mahan Seatac OR
Dickie Mallison portland OR
Grant McElroy Portland OR
Jamie Mikami portland OR
Todd Mion Greenville SC
Douglas Murphy Beaverton OR
Eric Nelson battle ground WA
Will Niemann-Ross Seattle WA
Stephan Niquet Portland OR
William O’Donnell Corvallis OR
taylor pilant Spokane WA
Mark Porcella Portland OR
John Prosser Hillsboro OR
James Randall Portland OR
Tim Reinhart Portland OR
zach rotstein portland OR
jared Roy Portland OR
Kelly Ryan Portland OR
Ted Schwartz Los Angeles CA
Joel Schweiger Seattle WA
Aaron Shaw Seattle WA
David Sherman Portland OR
Brad Sigurdson Keizer OR
Evan Siroky Portland OR
Chip Sloan Vancouver WA
Jonathan Stierwalt Porltand OR
Mike Stockton Salem OR
James Stuck Portland OR
Rob Thompson Portland OR
James Thompson New Westminster BC
zachary utz Portland OR
Jonathan Vinson Portland OR
Emerson Webb Portland OR
Paul Zagacki Lake Oswego OR
Ahmed Zuhairy Portland OR

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Bike MS – A Full Weekend Getaway

Bike MS Ride takes you on an unforgettable, two-day journey through the picturesque Willamette Valley. As many as 600 riders will customize a course based on their personal fitness levels and interests. Day 1 includes route options of 32, 60 and 103 miles. Day 2 offers 34 or 50 mile routes. Cruise along scenic figure-eight courses that lead you back to the Western Oregon University campus.

Five full catered meals, generous amenities, stunning landscapes, an on-site three-day beer garden, nightly entertainment, field trips to area attractions and plenty of cycling support will make for an incredible weekend. You can choose from plush LEED certified dorm rooms, camping or RV options – all directly on site. Non-riding friends and family are welcome to join you for the festivities all weekend long (meal tickets are available).

Riders raise money to support multiple sclerosis research, programs and services dedicated to improving the quality of life for the over 7,400 individuals affected by MS. Bike MS rides – formerly known as MS 150 – happen all over the country, and the Oregon ride is well known as a fantastic weekend getaway. This year’s new basecamp at Western Oregon University is guaranteed to be a relaxing, shady retreat in between rewarding days of riding.

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