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Portland's new bike-share program, Biketown, brings 1,000 smart bicycles to the central city.
With convenient shuttle buses, tour services and bike trails, visitors don't need a car to explore the gorge.
The Willamette River, which divides the city into east and west sides, features a dozen distinct crossings that hint at the city’s eclectic personality.
Whether you’re hitting the links, shopping designer consignment or sipping drinks on a shore-side patio, you’ll enjoy the tranquility Lake Oswego affords.
You may have heard about Portland’s feminist bookstore, but what about the city’s tomboy boutique, female-focused bicycle shop or radical nail salon?
Portland’s wide array of cutting-edge fitness classes (from Barre to yoga) makes it easy to squeeze exercise into a busy travel schedule.
There's a lot of rain happening in Portland from November to March, but don't let that stop you! This zine offers great advice for staying dry (and safe!) as you bike around the city.
The Columbia River Gorge is a recreational biker’s paradise, with options including car-free blacktop, smooth single-track flows and canyon trails with tricky switchbacks.
This cable-stayed bridge spanning the Willamette River has the distinction of being the only bridge in the U.S. dedicated to light rail, buses, bicycles and pedestrians — without cars.
Whether you’re looking to sightsee by bike, bus, boat or your own two feet, there’s likely a guided tour option for you.