We lead women-only rides from River City Bicycles in Portland every Saturday. These rides are geared to (no pun intended) the intermediate rider. If you are brand new to cycling, the pace and ride length will probably exceed your limits. You can always come try us out with the option of turning back if need be. So what is the pace? Typical (total ride) average speed is 15-17 mph — faster than a recreational cruise, but almost always conversational pace….well, except for the hills. How…
The 11th Annual Gorge Ride is a fully supported, fundraising, non-competitive bike ride along the Historic Columbia River Highway (HCRH) and the HCRH State Trail from the Columbia River Gorge Discovery Center and Museum, 5000 Discovery Drive, The Dalles, to the Senator Mark O. Hatfield West Trailhead, just east of Hood River, and return. That’s a 38.5 mile round trip. This route, with its world class scenery, is a combination of historic roadway that is open to motor vehicles, with very low traffic, and the…
The Tualatin Valley awaits on this shorty ride
Ride the I-5 and I-205 bridges to explore PDX and Vancouver.
A fun little training ride with hills
Expert instructor Tori Bortman compels her students to let go of that “inner squirrel.”
5700 ft of elevation gain on a gorgeous route
This delicious smoothie will fuel you all day long.
Use the power of your bicycle to support your favorite causes this year!
At the darkest time of year, we illuminate and ride. It’s a rather lovely sight.