Bike Traffic continues to grow exponentially in Portland. Recently, Clarence Eckerson, Jr. from New York City’s Streetfilms.org in was in town. Eckerson worked with Portland’s Dan Kaufman of Cranked My Chain CycleTV to produce this great video about cycling rush hour on the Hawthorne Bridge. They showed one brief clip of the busiest greenway in […]
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Sunday Parkways a HUGE success!
If you weren’t able to make it out to the 6 miles of streets that were opened up to walkers, skaters, cyclists and active people of all ages, you missed out! There were thousands of people filling the streets of North Portland in an unprecedented event in North America. If you WERE there, then you […]
New CycleSeen Poster by Emily
Poster by EmilyOriginally uploaded by Kevin Wagoner I’m excited about this event. Hope to see many of you there!-Scott From CycleSeen.org: Bridging communities of cyclists, photographers and artists We are proud to announce a new event in Portland’s prominent bike culture. Cycle Seen is an exhibition of photographs, artwork and documentation representing the bicycle culture […]
What happened to all the Trolleys in Portland?
What happened to all the Trolleys in Portland? Originally uploaded by npGREENWAY I’m saddened to think of the public transportation system we had before the buses took over midway through last century. I don’t know when this map was printed, but it appears to be at the height of Portland’s Trolley System. It features routes […]
Greenways article in United Airlines Magazine
Thanks to Matt Picio on the ‘Shift List’ for pointing out this article in Hemispheres Magazine – the inflight magazine of United Airlines. Roads Less Traveled By David Butwin / Illustration by Gina Triplett An international car-free revolution is under way, as travelers are won over to greenways, those scenic and serviceable corridors that link […]
My favorite Bike Costume yet! seen at Filmed by Bike
Filmed by Bike 08-44.jpgOriginally uploaded by BikePortland.org Filmed by Bike is happening this weekend. I wish I was able to attend, but I will have to settle for watching the DVD again this year. I love this photo that Jonathan Maus took. He has some great coverage here: http://bikeportland.org/2008/04/11/photos-from-filmed-by-bike/