Group of bicyclists using adaptive bikes pictured above.
Portland’s Adaptive BIKETOWN offering a spin this weekend
at the last Sunday Parkways of the season in Sellwood-Milwaukie area
September 24th is the final Sunday Parkways in the Sellwood-Milwaukie area, presented by Kaiser Permanente. Everyone is invited to join in on a scenic eight-mile route from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to celebrate the end of the 2017 Sunday Parkways rides and the last year riding through this neighborhood.
Plus, Adaptive BIKETOWN will be in attendance and open to all. Adaptive BIKETOWN’s bike shop partner, Kerr Bikes, will have several adaptive bikes from the Adaptive BIKETOWN fleet. There will be choices of foot-powered trikes and hand-powered trikes. Also, one hand- powered children's trike is available for use.
Find Adaptive BIKETOWN on the Sunday Parkways route near Westmoreland Park, on S.E. 22nd Avenue between SE Knapp and Lambert Streets. Learn more about Adaptive BIKETOWN on its website.
This route provides four fantastic marketplace locations: Westmoreland, Sellwood, and Water Tower Parks, along with the Milwaukie Farmers Market plus the Milwaukie Business District. Sunday Parkways is once again teamming up with the Native American Community Advisory Council and the Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) for the Salmon Celebration. The Salmon Celebration features environmental education, a Native American blessing,salmon bake demonstration with samples,storytelling for all ages, fun and interactive intercultural activities, ways to learn about and get involved in the watershed.