The Club with Rides Every Day of the Week
The Portland Bicycling Club (formerly the Portland Wheelmen Touring Club) was founded in 1971 to promote cycling.
Boasting nearly 500 members, the primary focus of the club is recreational riding with up to two dozen rides being offered on a weekly basis, including rides every day of the year and many evenings. Rides are listed on the online calendar. Area bike shops receive informational brochures.
We are a Non-Profit 501(C)3 organization, supporting safe cycling and programs for youth.
Portland Bicycling Club welcomes riders of all abilities. The annual membership includes a monthly newsletter, discounts at area bike shops, access to the club’s Ride With GPS membership, and is a great way to network with cyclists in the area. To join, register online, or print out this Membership Form, complete it, and mail it in.
We welcome all bicycle riders regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, or sexual orientation.
In normal times, our meeting is held the first Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at All Saints Episcopal Church, 4033 SE Woodstock Blvd., Portland. Map We have been meeting via Zoom during the pandemic. There is no meeting in August due to the picnic, and the plan is to start meeting in person in September. Check out the ride calendar on the first Thursday of the month to see what program is scheduled for the meeting. We typically do not have club meetings in January (because of our awards banquet) and in August (because of our annual picnic).
Bicycle safety is a priority of the Portland Bicycling Club. CLICK HERE for important articles on different aspects of bicycle safety.
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Go to our WEBSITE TIPS page to find articles on how to navigate the website, including how to add a ride calendar icon to your smartphone.
Frequently Asked Questions
Learn more about the Portland Bicycling Club by clicking on the FAQ link below:
Club and Rider Information – Frequently Asked Questions