Live Storytelling

Join us Friday, February 15, 2019, at the Alberta Abbey for our 9th annual storytelling event.

There will be food, drink, and fun times! Tickets are available here

Hosted By

Leah Benson, Gladys Bikes

Jude Gerace, Sugar Wheel Works

Established eight years ago as Live the Revolution, The Street Trust’s annual storytelling event is back this year as Love in Motion, our valentine to people who walk, bike and ride transit.

Join us for a fun evening of funny, poignant, and heartfelt stories that stoke our transportation revolution. Arrive early and grab a bite, a sweet treat, and a beverage to wet your whistle. There will also be great raffles items at this year’s event! Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door!


Meet the storytellers

Adnan Kadir

Adnan has been riding bikes since the age of 4 and hasn’t stopped since. He spent a year cutting his teeth racing in Europe. He won a few, lost a few, and eventually became a USAC Level 1 Cycling Coach. He is one of the founders of VeloPro – the world’s first dynamic and adaptive cycling training software system. Adnan also runs an annual cycling experience for enthusiasts in Marin County, California every May. Cycling has been his longest relationship and he is inspired by the people that he encounters who still love riding as much at age 83 as they did when they were 23. 

Adnan’s cycling ambitions continue to change as he evolves, and his latest passion is to ride bikes for fun in as many different places as he can around the world with his wife.  Happily, his work allows him the flexibility to work from anywhere in the world.  His most recent travels have been to Thailand, Tuscany and Puglia, Provence, and Girona, Spain.


Eva Frazier

Born and raised in New York’s Hudson Valley, Eva came west for college. She fell in love and never looked back. After graduating from Whitman College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Studio Art, she had many unmarketable skills which led to jobs as wide-ranging as women’s lacrosse coach, greenhouse gardener, and project assistant to a mildly famous artist. Fast forward to today, where she is now a 13-year veteran of the retail bike industry, holding various positions from sales to mechanic to purchasing. A love of people, numbers, and problem-solving solidified her role at Clever Cycles and in 2014 she became co-owner and chief cat herder.

Knowing and riding every bicycle in the shop is part of the job. Like that cup of coffee first thing in the morning, riding has become a most delicious and addictive habit. Staying fit by riding to work and the grocery store is icing on the cake. Her ideal future has more density, more equality, and a lot fewer cars. When she’s not on a bike or traveling, she’s probably fixing something around the house, tending the garden, or binge-watching English period dramas with her wife and Isabel the cat.


Alberto Moreno

Alberto is the Director of the Office of Equity and Multicultural Services for the Department of Human Services. He is also the founding Executive Director for the Oregon Latino Health Coalition, an Oregon nonprofit whose mission is to eliminate the health disparities facing Latinos in Oregon. Alberto led a ten-year campaign to make prenatal care a human right for all women in Oregon. As a result, all women in Oregon now have access to prenatal care, regardless of documentation.

Alberto also founded the Oregon Community Health Workers Association and has informed state policy, which supports this vital workforce including establishment of the Oregon Commission for Traditional Health Workers in Oregon.

When not at work, Alberto is a culturally reflective poet with a passion for photography. He sees beauty in all of its forms, from the picturesque St. John’s Bridge to the wonders of Death Valley. Originally from Mexico, Alberto is a recovering boxer from Chicago, who rock climbs and loves to ride motorcycles and his 60-year-old vintage bike in his spare time.


Steph Routh

Steph Routh is the director of the Portland Underground Grad School, and principal of the consulting firm Steph Routh & Team, LLC. As the first Executive Director of Oregon Walks, Steph cultivated legislative and program agendas that centered disability rights, aging with dignity, access to transit, and racial equity. She did this with a smile on her face and, in 2010, earned the Susie Stephens Joyful Enthusiasm Award from the National Alliance for Biking and Walking. Steph is also a past recipient of The Street Trust’s “Alice” Award.

Steph is the co-founder of the Why Isn’t Anyone Talking About This? podcast—an exploration of the relationship between justice and the built environment—and a recent graduate of the Emerge Oregon program, which recruits and trains progressive women to achieve public office.


Raffle Madness!

Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20 and can be purchased at the event. You choose what prizes you want to go for.

  • Kona brand Ultimate Urban Commute/Daily Grind/Cruiser/Joyriding Machine
  • Eastside Distilling tasting for 10
  • Showers Pass Package (Jacket, socks, gloves)
  • Athletic Community (Socks for a Year)
  • Coconut Bliss (A Year of Bliss)
  • Portland Design Works Package
  • Chrome Package (Kadet bag)


Event Details

Where: Alberta Abbey Theater, 126 NE Alberta St., Portland, OR 97211

When: Friday, February 15 — Doors open at 6:00 p.m., Show begins at 7:00 p.m.

Food and Drink: Wraps and beer available for purchase.

Bike Parking: Bike parking is located across the street. Provided by Bike Racker. Don’t forget to bring your lock!

Transit: Click here and enter your starting point!

Questions? Contact: [email protected]

Volunteer: If you would like to volunteer for the event, sign up here!


Our Village

Live The Revolution is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors. Our biggest thanks to our village: Sugar Wheel Works, Gladys Bikes, Hopworks Brewery, Spin Events Catering, RBC Wealth Management, Clever Cycles, Think Real Estate, OnPoint Community Credit Union, Sellwood Cycle Repair, and Walker Tracker. If you would also like to join as a sponsor, please contact Tia Sherry at [email protected].


Want to see last year’s event? Click HERE for more information!


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