Newsletter Articles

Ron Householder Memorial Event
July 29, 2019

Save the Date September 14 for the Ron Householder Memorial Ride & Luncheon! Ron Householder, a long-time member, bequeathed funds to our club with the stipulation that they be used for a celebration after his passing. Next month, on Saturday, September 14, we will be having a members-only celebration… Read More

STP Monday Buses
July 29, 2019

A little respect here please. I was the team leader, I’ll have you know, for the Monday buses for Seattle to Portland. Hmmm, I don’t think I’m sensing the respect! Yes, I was in charge of myself, a challenge of its own, and my lovely granddaughter, Magdelana, who should have… Read More

STP Finish Line Recap
July 29, 2019

Now that the 2019 STP is over, all our club members who were involved can breathe a sigh of relief and be proud of what we as a club were able to achieve in hosting the finish line. As a first-time finish line coordinator, my job was made easier by… Read More

Huge Thanks to Our STP Volunteers!
July 29, 2019

Once again, another Seattle to Portland bicycle classic has come and gone. This year’s ridership attendance was estimated at 8000, an increase from last year’s 7200. Nearly perfect weather conditions contributed to the satisfaction of riders, their cheering friends and families, and all those involved. By all accounts, this 40th… Read More

STP Volunteer Ann Morrow in Action
July 26, 2019

https://portlandbicyclingclub.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/STP-Finish-Line-2019.mp4   Video by Kathleen Hellem, Announcing Stage Team Leader    … Read More

Last Hurrah for STP Volunteers
July 2, 2019

Last call for volunteers for our sole signature fundraiser held over the July 13-14 weekend: setting up, running, and taking down the finish line at Holladay Park in Portland. Volunteers for STP will receive a colorful T-shirt to identify them as a volunteer and a food voucher to redeem at… Read More

Safety Tips
July 2, 2019

Avoid Port of Vancouver   For those of you who ride towards Vancouver Lake via the I-5 bridge, you may want to avoid using Port Way, the industrial section that begins near the Amtrak station and terminates near the water treatment plant. A few riders on a Thursday Triple Challenge… Read More

Photos on Social Media
July 2, 2019

Find more by clicking on these links: Facebook June Photo Album, Kathleen Hellem, Club Member Photos on Instagram, Ashley Reynolds, Vice President June Club Rides on Flickr, Brian Hammer, Club Member… Read More