More than six percent of all Portland commuters choose to get to work by bike. That’s over 22,000 workers out pedaling*, which contributes to a significant reduction to our city’s congestion, parking demand, and greenhouse gas emissions. Thanks Portland bike commuters!
With some simple advance planning, bike commuting can make getting to work a reliable and enjoyable experience. When you travel by bicycle, you no longer have to worry about being delayed in traffic, or have to circle around the block looking for parking. Even more, you save time by getting some exercise during your commute, not to mention some extra dollars in your pocketbook by avoiding costs associated with driving.
*2017 American Community Survey, US Census Bureau
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See how Portland is updating city streets to welcome people on bikes.
Click for the list of shops in Portland where you can get a tune-up, or learn to do it yourself.
With 1,000 available bikes for use at 100 stations around the city, pick one up at one location and drop it off at another. All bikes come equipped with a lock, lights and carrying basket. Great for combining with transit trips to complete your journey.
A comprehensive list of shops around town, so you can try one out before buying your own.
Portland has over 350 miles of bikeways to make your ride comfortable and low-stress. Discover the best routes for riding throughout the city and in your neighborhood.
Fenders, rain gear, and lights will be your new favorite riding essentials.
Free, guided bike rides in a supportive setting for adults new to cycling, new to the area, or just getting back on the bike.
Rides, classes, and activities around Portland designed especially to provide a comfortable environment for women interested in biking.