Worst Day of the Year Ride Portland
 

EvergreenHealth 7 Hills of Kirkland

Whether you choose the traditional 7 Hill Route (approximately 40 miles), the popular Metric Century Route, or the challenging Century Route, you’ll enjoy the beautiful scenery. Travel at your own pace through urban, suburban, and rural roads, on a holiday when cyclists seem to outnumber vehicles. SHARE THIS POST Share List

Joyride Cycling Tips for Women: Comfort

Take the time to ensure you’ll have a comfortable ride – you’ll get the most out of your cycling that way.

Filmed by Bike Film Fest | May 6-8

Filmed by Bike is a film festival featuring the world’s best bike movies. This year’s movie collection is inspiring – don’t miss it!

Joyride Cycling Tips for Women: Confidence

Confidence on the road doesn’t mean riding like you just don’t care, in fact it’s quite the opposite.

Monday Night Bike Race Series

River City Bicycles and Laurelwood Brewing Company present the Monday Nights Bike Race Series beginning April 11 and lasting through August 29 (no racing July 4). Races are held at Portland International Raceway in North Portland on a flat, closed, car-free circuit. Separate categories for beginners to more advanced cyclists, including Novice (ages 14 and up), Women (any age), and Masters Men (ages 30+). The race series is a great opportunity for novice-level riders to learn bike racing basics with free clinics throughout the season….

Oregon Triple Crown

Rarely is a grueling race series this beautiful

Come for the ride, stay for the playground

Sink into the landscape on the Art of Survival Century, a gorgeous ride on the border of Oregon and California

Joyride Cycling Tips for Women: Chamois Fit

How to wear a bike diaper – oops! We mean a chamois.

Coast Hills Classic

Muddy. Soupy. Sloppy, and mess of good fun.

Ride the Heart of the Valley

Early spring is the perfect time to get out to stretch your legs, give your bike some TLC and start to get ready for a busy summer of riding your bike.

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