With miles of protected bike lanes (many of which are adorned with special designs), one of the world’s largest naked bike rides, and even a month-long bike festival every summer, Portland is any bicyclist’s dream. Read on to learn more about Portland’s thriving biking culture, then head to our events calendar to find the city’s next biking event.
Every summer, thousands of cyclists cruise commando through Portland streets as part of the World Naked Bike Ride.
Portland's cycling culture peaks during summer's multi-week Pedalpalooza, featuring 200+ local-led, themed rides, all open to the public.
Join bike-loving Portlanders in all sorts of everyday rides and events that fill the calendar with two-wheeled shenanigans.
The small logging town of Vernonia has become a central hub for bike routes through the surrounding state forest.
Gresham, an east Portland suburb, offers a bevy of bike-friendly businesses and stellar views of Mount Hood.
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 family-friendly bike ride features local vendors and live entertainment.
Portland loves bikes, but it's still important to be armed with knowledge and cycle safely.
Bike tours let you see Portland like a local, rolling through neighborhoods along this cycling-friendly city’s many bike paths, trails and lanes.
The Worst Day of the Year Ride is a costumed bike ride benefiting the Community Cycling Center. On Sunday, March 24 — regardless of the weather — grab your friends, don your costume, and jump on your bike to honor this historically terrific day. After scoffing at the elements, participants return to the Lucky Labrador…
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