Other Events

Live the Revolution

Live the RevolutionMid-Winter
For the past 5 years The Street Trust has partnered with Sugar Wheel Works to put on a live bike-themed story telling event, to benefit our Safe Routes to School youth bike education programs and inspire the next generation to ride. Every year we have great stories from Portland bike personalities! Stay up to date here.

Oregon Active Transportation Summit

OATSMid-late March
The Oregon Active Transportation Summit (OATS) is an annual conference for Oregon active transportation activists, community members, and anyone who wants to get involved in advocacy at the state level. The summit includes workshops, trainings, and a lobby day when legislature is in session.

The 2016 Summit included sessions on planning and engineering tools, equity and social justice, public health and safety, recreation and economic development, design innovations, and emerging research.

For more info, please click here.

Women Bike Events

women bikeWomen Bike is The Street Trust’s program to inspire more women to incorporate a bike in their lives and utilize biking to meet their personal health, fitness, and transportation needs. In the Portland Metro region women account for only a third of bike riders. We’re here to change that.

Women Bike is open to all women, female identifying, and gender nonconforming people who enjoy biking (or think they might). We aim to decrease the barriers to riding a bike through weekly coffee meetups, monthly rides and workshops, and mentorship. Check out the calendar above for dates and locations.

The heart of the program is a Facebook group which serves as a resource, hub, and a way to connect with other women riding in your area. You can also follow the group on twitter.

Commuter Stations

Commuter StationThe Street Trust Commuter Stations offer commuters and other bicyclists a convenient way to learn more about the work of The Street Trust and to join us in ensuring Oregon is the best place to ride a bike in the nation.

Throughout the year, we set up pop-up stations where we can talk to bicyclists about issues most important to them in the places they ride. At each station we will offer resources including bike maps, information on our current advocacy campaigns, information regarding Oregon rules of the road, and more. At select Commuter Stations, you can also take advantage of complimentary bicycle service provided by our bike shop partners at each location and enjoy some free snacks from our sponsors.

Check out the calendar above for commuter station dates and locations.