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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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Adaptive BIKETOWN Pilot

  • Ride Free in May! Adaptive BIKETOWN celebrates Bike Month with free 3-hour rentals

  • Let's ride! Reserve your next rental at www.AdaptiveBIKETOWN.com

Welcome to Adaptive BIKETOWN


We're back for a full riding season! Adaptive BIKETOWN's fleet includes handcycles, foot-powered trikes, tandems, and youth-sized cycles. Adaptive bikes will be available to rent
May 1 through October 31, 2018. 

 Learn more and reserve your rental at www.AdaptiveBIKETOWN.com.

Ride Adaptive BIKETOWN!

If you want to rent an adaptive bicycle, go to the rental website to make a reservation: www.AdaptiveBIKETOWN.com. PBOT selected Kerr Bikes as its bike shop partner to provide adaptive bicycles for short term rentals. Learn more about the project on our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Rental location: Kerr Bikes (near OMSI)
Eastbank Esplanade, 1945 SE Water Ave, Building B
Portland, OR  97214

PBOT Staff Contact: Liz Hormann, elizabeth.hormann@portlandoregon.gov, (503) 823-5086


2017 Adaptive BIKETOWN Pilot Recap

Adaptive BIKETOWN infographic - 2017 by the numbers.

Adaptive BIKETOWN FAQ

Answers to common questions about the pilot project

2018 Adaptive BIKETOWN Flyer

Flyer summarizing project for customers

Open House Adaptive Bicycle Rental Pilot Open House

April 25, 2017: Learn about Portland’s 2017 adaptive bike rental pilot and provide PBOT feedback on project design

More Adaptive Bicycling Resources

City of Portland and community programs to support people with disabilities interested in adaptive bicycling

Citylab - Portland wants to make bike share accessible to disabled riders

A March 2017 story in The Atlantic's Citylab about Portland's Adaptive Bicycle Rental Pilot

LA Times - Portland's bike-share program was called exclusive - here's what it's doing about it.

April 2017 profile by the LA Times on Portland's Adaptive Bike PIlot Project