Tag Archives: Portland

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 […]

Register now for the 2018 Bike More Challenge!

Ready to #BikeMore? 🚲 Registration for the 2018 Bike More Challenge is now open! Sign up for this year’s Challenge right now to join thousands getting […]

Become a Team Captain for this year’s Bike More Challenge!

We’re so excited about this year’s Bike More Challenge and the thousands of community members who seize the opportunity to make bicycling a big part of […]

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 […]

Twenty is Plenty: Our latest victory for safe streets

Portland’s streets are about to get a whole lot safer. Last Wednesday, in response to the Oregon Legislature passing H.B. 2682, Portland City Council unanimously approved […]

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