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Women Bike: May Rides!

May was National Bike Month and The Street Trust’s Bike More Challenge month and yay us we did lots of riding! Our Bike More Challenge engaged […]


Together, We Saved the Bike Lanes on SE 26th!

Great news: With the help of thousands of grassroots supporters, we saved the bike lanes on Southeast 26th Avenue outside Cleveland High School! We are thrilled […]


Rides, Events, Meet-ups: Women Bike Recap March 2018

March was a filled with some rainy days but we managed to get some dry rides in. Thanks to everyone who joined us! Social Meet-ups Our […]


Women Bike: April Group Rides

Women Bike is hosting group rides to get us ready for spring and summer long-distance rides like Joyride, Reach the Beach, and Century rides. You’re welcome […]


Vision Zero, Equity, Funding: Our 2018 Active Transportation Summit

This year’s Oregon Active Transportation Summit was a great opportunity to learn about making walking, bicycling, and public transit safer and easier for everyone. We’re grateful […]


Women Bike Recap: February 2018

This February, we kept a low profile and lead some low-key meetups. Social Meetups We had a great time at Hop Works Brewery in Southeast Portland […]


No backpedaling on this one: Our rally to save the bike lanes on SE Powell & 26th!

Last Tuesday, we made our voices heard by rallying at SE Powell & 26th to speak out against the planned removal of the bike lanes outside […]


Rally to Save the Bike Lanes on SE Powell & 26th!

Unless we take action, the City of Portland is going to remove the bike lanes on 26th Avenue at Powell Boulevard — a critical piece of […]


Take Action: Save the Bike Lanes on SE Powell & 26th!

The bike lanes on Portland’s Southeast Powell Boulevard and 26th Avenue make it safer for everyone to get around. Now, the City of Portland is planning […]


East Portland Bike Fix It Day Recap

Last Friday the Bicycle Transportation Alliance (BTA) helped gear up Leander Court Apartments for Sunday Parkways in East Portland! With the help of some awesome volunteer […]


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