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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.
If Earth Day could claim a capital, Portland would be a top contender with its oodles of green space and routine place at the top of “greenest cities” lists.
Pump up those tires and get ready to pair Portland’s two greatest passions: brews and bikes. As America’s best beer town and most cycle-friendly city, Portland makes it easy to ride and imbibe.
Every June, thousands of cyclists cruise commando through Portland streets as part of the World Naked Bike Ride (returning June 29, 2019), a global protest against oil dependency.
Once a warehouse district, Portland's Central Eastside now stores exciting ways for people to connect with natural wonders, innovative tastemakers and bright minds.
The small logging town of Vernonia has become a central hub for bike routes through the surrounding state forest.