The Street Trust offers many clinics that we present at your workplace, organization, or in your community. Clinics are one hour unless otherwise noted and are offered in person or virtually. Register for Oregon Friendly Driver here, and all other clinics here.
Bike Commuting 101
Our most popular offering with everything you need to know to start using your bike for transportation! We cover laws, skills, gear, route planning, and basic maintenance. See the Commute Clinic class flyer.
We also offer season-specific clinics with everything from Bike Commuting 101:
- Spring Bike Commuting 101 has an expanded section on happily biking when it’s rainy and the challenges of leftover winter deicing grit in the bike lane. Also extra time spent on route planning to prepare for peak bike season.
- Summer Bike Commuting 101 has an expanded section on staying happy, hydrated, and healthy in extreme heat.
- Fall Bike Commuting 101 has an expanded section on happily biking when it’s rainy and the challenges of fall leaves in the bike lane.
- Winter Bike Commuting 101 has an expanded section on biking when it’s very cold, and through snow and ice.
What to bring, what to eat, how to pack, where to go, how to get there, and safety. Attendees leave with free resource handouts and a helpful packing checklist.
Bike Commuting 101 especially for ebikes, with everything you need to know to start using your ebike for transportation. We cover laws, skills, gear, route planning, and basic maintenance.
Ebike Law, Let’s Talk
Join us to talk E-Bike law with Chris Thomas, a lawyer from Thomas, Coon, Newton & Frost and a leading expert in Ebike Law. An opportunity to clear up the gray areas around Oregons E-bike Laws and get up to speed on how to safely navigate the growing trend of Electric Micro Mobility!
Family Bike Camping
Just like our popular general Bike Camping Clinic with special information for camping with small children. What to bring, what to eat, how to pack, where to go, how to get there, and safety. Attendees leave with free family-specific resource handouts and a helpful packing checklist.
Grocery Shopping by Bike
Learn about all the gear and bike options for carrying groceries, route considerations for getting to the store, loading up your groceries safely and securely, and how to manage overshopping and having too much stuff to carry.
Oregon Friendly Driver
A 90-minute class to educate drivers on the safest ways to share the road with bikes and pedestrians–great for businesses or organizations who want to cultivate a safer-driving culture among staff.
Put Your Bike on a Bus
Multi-modal bike + bus trips open up a world of possibilities and access to places far away, exhaustingly hilly, and otherwise hard to reach. Learn and practice the best ways to lift your bike and secure it on a practice bus rack.
Rules of the Road Legal Clinic
A lawyer from Thomas, Coon, Newton & Frost covers bicycle and pedestrian law, insurance information, and what to do in the event of a crash.
Using Adaptive Cycles
An adaptive cycle is a bike that makes the act of cycling easier for the rider, whatever their individual needs–whether it’s changes to an existing two-wheel bike or a need-specific bike or trike. Learn about the multitude of options and places you can try them out.
BIKETOWN is Portland’s bike share program with 1,500 bikes at over 180 stations. It’s a fun way to get around–especially once you learn all the best practices, tips, and tricks from this clinic. Includes applicable parts of Bike Commuting 101.
Winter Multimodal Transportation
All the knowledge you need for getting around walking, rolling, and using public transportation when it’s dark, rainy, icy, snowy, and cold.
Is there a clinic not on this list you’d like to see? Let us know!