May is PDX Bike Month, a celebration of bicycling for transportation, health and fun! Many events to encourage you to get back on the bike.Read More…
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View all the maps produced by the City of Portland, including the citywide Portland By Bicycle map and Bike/Walk Maps for each quadrant. Bike maps for the surrounding area and route maps for suggested rides are also available.
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May is PDX Bike Month, a celebration of bicycling for transportation, health and fun! Many events to encourage you to get back on the bike.
Classes and guided bike rides to encourage residents to discover the benefits of bicycling
Bike share is a public bike rental system for short trips.
A comprehensive list of shops that sell and service bicycles in Portland, plus links to a list of bike rental services and places to learn to repair your own bike.
If you want to rent a bicycle locker, install a bicycle rack on your property, or have the city install a free rack in the sidewalk, then this is the place for you. Information on art racks too!
Comprehensive overview of what you need to know to ride a bike - laws, gear, safety and more. 1.1 mb PDF
A how-to manual for all stages of family biking.
Bike Lunch and Learn sessions take place from noon to 1 pm on the 3rd Thursday each month in City Hall's Lovejoy Room.
Portland is fortunate to have several tools for planning how to get from here to there by bike.
Whether you're a visitor to Portland heading out on a bicycle tour, or a Portland resident who just wants to get out and about for some exploration by bicycle, these pages offer guidance on how to get there.
Links to all the private, non-profit and governments groups, shops, plans, maps etc. that might interest you.
Links to laws that pertain to the act of bicycling and the art of planning for bicycles. Included is a link to a local law firm's site with information about cyclist's rights.
An online form for low-cost, small-scale maintenance requests for bicycle routes. For immediate hazards like broken glass or fallen tree limbs call 503-823-1700.
A senior cycling safety program to encourage older adults to try bicycling for transportation and fitness, from Portland Parks and Bureau of Transportation.
The Portland Bicycle Plan for 2030 was adopted by City Council in February 2010.
View reports and presentations about the state of bicycling in Portland.
Collecting and understanding the data, counts, and graphs related to bicycling in Portland, including bike counts.
Bicycle Advisory Committee - members, meeting minutes and contact information
Clinics and rides to encourage more women to choose cycling
Citywide bicycle map, neighborhood maps and metropolitan area maps available online or by phone.