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Portland Bicycling Club is not offering club rides at this time due to concerns for COVID-19 infection but will resume as soon as health officials advise that group rides are safe again. Continue to monitor our ride calendar to see when cancelled rides are rescheduled and check the Oregon Health Authority website for COVID-19 updates. Members and friends, please be safe, stay healthy, and ride again with us when it is deemed acceptable.

Rides

Friday, Jul 10th

10:00am

Saturday, Jul 11th

Sunday, Jul 12th

Tuesday, Aug 4th

Wednesday, Aug 5th

Thursday, Aug 6th

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Come Ride with Us! Membership Not Required

Come try out one of our rides. It is not necessary to be a member to join in on one of our rides. If you enjoy riding with the Club, we would certainly welcome your membership, however! We can help you with great rides and routes that will increase your skill and confidence. E-bikes welcome as well! Enjoy the social aspect of club riding as we help you reach your cycling goals while exploring our metro area and beyond.

Portland Bicycling Club Gives to the Community

In addition to being Portland’s premiere bicycle club, Portland Bicycling Club promotes cycling in youth and in the community by giving to several non-profits and donating time to such organizations as the Community Cycling Center, the Friends of the Historic Columbia River Highway, Bikes for Humanity, and the Street Trust.

News

Restarting Group Rides

In the June Top Talk, I discussed the difficulties in planning club rides that would minimize exposure to a virus that lacks effective treatment or can be prevented. Oregon and Washington are loosening restrictions, so the question is – is the Club also ready to loosen and ride again? Ann… Read More

June 2020 Top Talk

I love riding my bike; but if you are like me, living in seclusion has taught you that riding with friends makes the feeling even better. Riding solo is not for everyone, and riding in your garage on a trainer is boring and uninspiring. In a group, not only… Read More

May 2020 Top Talk

Sheltering in place is a major stressor on many small businesses, institutions, organizations, and even some of the larger bike clubs. Many may not be able to withstand several months without income. Fortunately, because the Portland Bicycling Club doesn’t have any large payouts, a facility to maintain, or salaries… Read More

April 2020 Top Talk

The Portland Bicycling Club has suspended all club rides until the lifting of Governor Brown’s shelter-in-place order. I wish I could tell you that cancellation of rides is just a crazy April Fool’s joke, but sadly it is not. Looking at a calendar filled with canceled rides may leave… Read More

March 2020 Top Talk

As president I am happy to make some important announcements this month: Firstly, we have selected a new club jersey, which will make its appearance this spring. More details regarding the jersey can be found in this issue of the QR, plus stay tuned for your chance to order… Read More

February 2020 Top Talk

What is the most important activity of a bike club? That’s easy – bike rides! Who are the most important members of a bike club? That question may not be so easily answered. Members comprise any club and therefore, of course, are essential. Specific officers and event coordinators keep… Read More

January 2020 Top Talk

Welcome to 2020 and Happy New Year to everyone! I just finished leading one of our easiest rides, Slow Motion Thursdays. We did an easy loop around southeast Portland and took our break at a small coffee house at 60th and Division. We chatted and chuckled over each other’s… Read More

December 2019 Top Talk

Reflections. As many of you know, I spent the last two years as vice president, which was a worthwhile experience. I’ve had the privilege of coordinating the club’s annual summer picnic, the Ron Householder memorial event, an ad for the Filmed by Bike Festival, and helping with social media… Read More

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