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Jun 2, 2010
Well, it’s official. We’ve entered into another “Juneuary”, which, of course, is the much less popular (and polar opposite) cousin to the lingering unseasonal weather pattern known as the Indian...
May 19, 2010
Well, it happened again: Our bike scene has been one-upped by a bunch of (apparently) pedal-happy Minnesotans. In their just released rankings for bike friendliness, The League of American...
May 11, 2010
With Mother’s Day dawning bright and blue, finding some alone time on the trail with my wife and our one-year-old son sounded about as far flung as Betty White hosting a SNL episode. Especially...
Apr 30, 2010
Trail of the Month
This month, head over to the Tualatin River Wildlife Refuge to glimpse local fauna.
Apr 28, 2010
If you haven’t weighed in on the proposed actions that the city is considering for improving single-track access inside Forest Park, now is a good time get on that. The window for commenting on...
Apr 20, 2010
Tonight, after eight months of meetings, debates, and lobbying work, the Forest Park Singletrack Cycling Advisory Committee will finally, officially, present its recommendations on the future of...
Apr 9, 2010
Earlier this week I posted a four-point plan for getting over the fact Portland’s no longer the top-ranked cycling city (According to Bicycling Magazine, that honor now belongs to Minneapolis.)...
Apr 7, 2010
So if you haven’t heard yet, Portland was knocked off its lofty perch as America’s top biking city yesterday. That’s right. According to Bicycling Magazine the fairer half of the twin-cities,...
Apr 6, 2010
When it comes to nabbing endorsements on being Oregon’s next governor, John Kitzhaber and his cowboy boots appear more like leather-clad steamrollers. In the past couple of weeks, he’s smashed his...
Mar 30, 2010
Well, here’s an idea that’ll keep some of those new America the Beautiful quarters in your pocket. Last week, the National Park Service announced that for National Park Week (April 17 – 25) they’d...
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