Archive | July, 2008


RideCivil Artwork

RideCivil ArtworkOriginally uploaded by Hugger Industries RideCivil™ is a Bike Hugger gift to the cycling community. You are free to remix, re-use, and share the RideCivil artwork as a flyer, shirt, jerseys, socks, thong bikini, tatoo, or whatever works. The RideCivil mark and artwork are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 The artwork […]

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CBS News: Portland “farthest down the road in making itself bike friendly”

CBS News Sunday Morning COVER STORY Pedal Power With Gas Above $4 A Gallon, More And More People Are Trading In Four Wheels For Two ‘Blog’ Link: […Several cities like San Francisco, Chicago and Minneapolis are known for their bicycle facilities. But the one that’s farthest down the road in making itself bike friendly […]

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Jeff Mapes Oregonian Article | Oregon cities plan more bikeway projects as cycling increases

Sunday, July 20, 2008JEFF MAPESThe Oregonian Staff Portland…bike capital of America Weird road-rage incidents involving motorists and cyclists have dominated the local news lately, but they’re just signs of the bigger story: Bicycling has grown into a vital part of the region’s transportation system. The recent run-up in gas prices has only accelerated the decadelong […]

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Traffic-free travel from the Steel Bridge to St Johns?

061108_BlueRibbon 163Originally uploaded by npGREENWAY Brown Bag Lunch Today: If you liked Sunday Parkways’ 6 miles of traffic-free space, you’ll love the North Portland Greenway. Come hear what’s being done to build a walk and bike path extending the Eastbank Esplanade from the Steel Bridge to St Johns and on to the Columbia River. Presenters:Francie […]

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Thanks! ||North Portland Greenway Trail and Beach Cleanup

UofPShoreline 042Originally uploaded by npGREENWAY Swan Islanders and friends, On behalf of the resident geese, white crown sparrows, osprey, swallows, crows, and of course Swan Island employees, many thanks to volunteers from the surrounding community, npGreenway, Swan Island Business Association, City of Portland North Portland Neighborhood Services, McDonald’s and Daimler Trucks NA for last Saturday’s […]

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Barge Launch View from Swan Island

Barge Launch View from Swan IslandOriginally uploaded by npGREENWAY Greenway Trail | River Bank Clean Up & Ocean Going Barge LaunchSaturday, July 12th 9:00am – 1:00pm Meet in the McDonald’s parking lot, N Going Street and Port Center Way (left at first light). As high water recedes, the banks of the Willamette River along Swan […]

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