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1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
Mr. Bike Lane himself, Jeff Smith,
feeds hungry cyclists at the
City's 19th annual
Bike to Work Breakfast
UPDATED: I just learned about another event!
Bike To Work Day at Hotel Monaco. Free bike adjustments, breakfast and afternoon snacks for riders on May 20th. The Hotel Monaco Portland will have a station in front of the hotel where River City Bicycles will be on-site to fix-up bikes while Red Star Tavern & Roast House will serve homemade granola and yogurt breakfasts and afternoon snacks for end of day riders.
When: Friday, May 20th, 2011. 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Where: Hotel Monaco Portland. 506 SW Washington St.
(Corner of SW Washington & 5th Avenue)
This morning, the City of Portland's Transportation Options division (of which I am a part) hosted its 19th annual Bike to Work breakfast. We had our usual lot of die-hard commuters, first-time cyclists, curious downtowners, and hungry people! There's still a lot happening for the bike-curious crowd this month.
You didn't forget about our first Sunday Parkways of the year this weekend, did you? The weather forecast calls for uncertainty, but it's certainly going to be a great day (plus not even Mother Nature knows what type of Portland weather we will have in five days this far in advance).
The Bike Brown Bag this month will whet your appetite for Sunday by spinning true tales of the original Sunday Parkways, Ciclovias!
Bikes Mean Business at Big Pink on Friday with the BTA on Friday.
Bikes also mean free pastries or coffee over at any of the six Grand Central Bakeries on Friday.
And so much more! Check out the Shift calendar for a listing of hundreds of bikey events!