Bringing people together for Bike Fun
in Portland, Oregon
Pedalpalooza

Pedalpalooza

June 5-28, 2014

Pedalpalooza 2014 is over...

But bikey fun continues forever on Shift's year-round calendar and mailing list.

Bikey fun continues forever because we (including you) make it happen!

 
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
June 2014
Family Friendly events have green times
Adult Only (21+) events have red times
Vancouver events have titles listed in blue
In all cases, you are encouraged to read the
detailed event descriptions below. If you
still aren't sure whether an event is
appropriate for you, then contact the
event organizer.
5 6 Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 Flag Day 14
Fly A Kite Day, commemmorating Ben Franklin's experiment 15 16 17 18 Juneteenth, end of slavery in US, 1865 19 20 Solstice, 3:51am 21
22 23 First 'UFO' sighting, 1947 24 25 First US bicycle patent, 1819 26 27 28

Thursday June 5

SUNRISE COFFEE CLUB
Powell Butte Nature Park, 16160 SE Powell Blvd Take Trimet (Up at the very top, by the old orchard, at the viewfinder.)
5:00am, Sunrise 5:23 am
What better way to start Pedalpalooza? Get up before the ass-crack of dawn and ride out to the far east side to make coffee while watching the sun rise. Coffee and camaraderie guaranteed (byo coffee and way to make coffee), sunrise is hoped for. There are many ways to the top of Powell Butte, yes.
Sunrise Coffee Club
SUMMER OF PATRICK! 21+
3:00pm, Could go late?
Hi, I'm Patrick. I haven't had a summer off in a while, so I saved a bit, bought a van, and quit my job to have the Summer of Patrick. Are you a Patrick, Pat, Patricia, Patty, etc, or friend of one? Help me kick off the Summer of Patrick with some day drinking on a Thursday. Ride meets at the Vera Katz statue on the East Bank Esplanade at 3:00 pm, leaves at 3:20. I'll come with two routes, dive bars or brew pubs, and the Pat's will decide. Expect about 3 stops and 6 miles, this is not a loop.  Ride responsibly and bring what you need to ride safe and cash, it's easier. This ride ends...?
Patrick, Duh, ploftus12 at gmail daht comm
FEMINISM N BIKES R 4 EVERYBODY FF
PSU PARK BLOCKS, Sw Market & Mill St. Take Trimet (LOOK FOR BIKES)
5:30pm - 7:00pm, RIde from PSU to SE Belmont. for kickoff ride.
A little activism while bike riding. Just trying to get the positive word out about feminism. Let's leave some feminism around town.

Why compete with kickoff ride, we're planning on joining it.
We'll meet at PSU Park BLOCKS at 5:30pm, ride at 5:45pm to meet up in time for KickOFF ride in SE, which rides by 7pm.

We're bringing pamphlets and eco graffiti (chalk), bring bike and beautiful feminist self in what ever form that is.

Feminism and bikes are for everybody.

Dede Desperate, dededesperate at yahoo daht comm
CYCLING SOJOURNER WASHINGTON BOOK LAUNCH
5:30pm
Come on out to celebrate the launch of Cycling Sojourner Washington, the latest title from Into Action Publications! I'm figuring out beer and details, but I'd love to see you there to hang out, talk routes, and generally celebrate. I'll have some snacks on hand, and kiddos are welcome. Bluegrass from the Honky Tonkin' Nomads starts at 7pm. A portion of the profit of this book goes to WA Bikes who are the advocacy leaders for bike tourism in WA. So come get you one.
Ellee Thalheimer, Cycling Sojourner
B4HPDX FREE VOLUNTEER MECHANICS CLASS FF
B4HPDX Shop & Bike School, 3354 SE Powell Blvd Portland OR 97202 Take Trimet
6:00pm - 9:00pm, Every Thursday
Bikes For Humanity PDX (B4HPDX) Thursdays Free Volunteer Mechanics Class
8-week professionally instructed bicycle mechanics curriculum trains volunteers complete overhaul and tune-up procedures.
Free to all B4HPDX volunteers. (We invite students to volunteer 10 hours with us for receiving this 24-hr curriculum.)
Thursdays 6-9pm. (Except holidays. Check b4hpdx.org Google Calendar for holiday schedule.)
Students can practice on own bikes during hands-on portion of lesson.

*b4hpdx.org is fiscally sponsored by ImpactNW, a 501(c)3 public charity.

Steven, b4hpdx at gmail daht comm, Bikes For Humanity PDX
PEDALPALOOZA KICKOFF RIDE FF
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet
6:00pm, We'll ride around for a bit and then have a nice venue to party at afterwards
Get ready to get real... it's what you've all been waiting for! So come on down and show us how you get down! Dust off your wheels, put on your favorite wig, some glitter, some wings, bring out your soundsystem, balloons, funny bikes, awesome attitude, and come ride with us on a fabulous adventure!

Meet at 6:00, we'll leave by 7:00. The end spot is a super secret, ride will be under 5 miles, slow pace, minimal hills.

Helmets never hurt, and water is always a good idea! Also be sure to bring flyers or info for your Pedalpalooza ride to distribute if you like :-)

Yay for Pedalpalooza!!!

Dropout Bike Club
PORTLAND ZINE SYMPOSIUM BIKE-IN MOVIE FF
Independent Publishing Resource Center, 1001 SE Division St., Portland OR Take Trimet
7:00pm - 9:30pm
Please join us for the Portland Zine Symposium's annual bike in movie at the Independent Publishing Resource Center (1001 SE Division)! This year, we'll be showing BMX Bandits! In the spirit of the movie, 80's attire is encouraged. We'll have popcorn, candy, and drinks available, and we will be accepting donations for the Portland Zine Symposium, so please bring cash!
Portland Zine Symposium, pdxzines at gmail daht comm, www.portlandzinesymposium.org
UNICYCLE POLO 21+
Alberta Park Bike Polo Court, NE 22nd Ave and Killingsworth St. Take Trimet
7:00pm, Until it's dark
Do you ride a unicycle? Want the chance to attack people with a stick, while unicycling? Just want to watch? This is your event!

Find us at 7:00pm in Alberta Park, at the bike polo court, EVERY Thursday. Unless the court is wet.

The Unicycle Bastards will supply mallets and balls. Bring your own unicycle - any unicycle will do. Bring your own knee/elbow pads and antibiotic cream. Playing with us means you assume responsibility for all injuries you incur.

We like attention - just come and watch!

Prepare to sweat/swear like a Bastard. Remember - unicycles, not bikes.

Hamilton H. Orr, ubtumblr at gmail daht comm, www.unicyclebastards.com
PORTLAND CRUISER RIDE - THEME: KEEP PORTLAND WEIRD 21+
Gigantic Brewing Company, 5224 SE 26th Ave, Portland, OR 97202 Take Trimet (Meetup at Gigantic, ride leaves at 8:00pm)
7:00pm, We ride at 8:00pm!
The first weekly Portland Cruiser Ride for the 2014 season!

http://portlandcruiserride.com/

Meetup Spot: Gigantic Brewing
Meetup Time: 7:00pm
Ride Time: 8:00pm

Eric Rosenberg, eric at portlandcruiserride daht comm, Portland Cruiser Ride
BACKDOOR RIDE
washington high school, SE 14th & SE Stark Take Trimet
11:00pm, meet 11PM, ride at 11:11!
urban exploration! private land is illegitimate. the backdoor is open. hidden spaces beckon, begging us to come play.
join us monthly! this ride takes place year round, on the 1st thursday of each month. we always meet at 11PM in the field behind washington high school.

Jaya, jaya.jeptha at gmail daht comm, 503-380-2573

Friday June 6

BREAKFAST ON THE BRIDGES
Hawthorne, Burnside, and Lower Steel Bridges Take Trimet
7:00am - 9:00am
Stop for some coffee, treats, and camaraderie. Running late? We've got tardy slips! A Portland tradition since 2002!
Shift, bonb at lists.riseup daht nett, www.shift2bikes.org/wikiwiki/bikefun:breakfast_on_the_bridges
RIDE THE BURNT BRIDGE
Cascades MAX Station, Stop ID 10574, NE Mt St Helens Ave, Portland, OR 97220 Take Trimet (Meet by the South benches at the MAX station)
1:00pm
Ride the full 8.5 miles of the paved Burnt Bridge Creek Trail in Vancouver, WA. This ride combines the trail with the Marine Drive multi-use path to make a 30.5 mile loop that goes over both the I-5 and I-205 bridges on the Columbia River. Highlights passed on the ride include the Old Apple Tree, the Vancouver Land Bridge, Fort Vancouver, and the Marshall House. The ride starts and ends at Cascades MAX Station, just off the I-205 multi-use path.
Tom, nagitpo at gmail daht comm
FIRST FRIDAY KID'S BIKE SAFETY RODEO FF
10400 SE Main Street, Milwaukie, OR Take Trimet
5:00pm - 8:00pm
Bike Milwaukie and First Friday Milaukie present the 2nd annual Bike Safety Rodeo in downtown Milwaukie.
Bring your kids with their bikes.

Free Kids Helmets to Giveaway (Courtesy of Celebrate Milwaukie, Inc.)
Drawing for an 18" Bike (Courtesy of Pietro's Pizza)
Street Simulation Course - Kids can learn hand signals, rules of the road and follow the street course as you practice what you've learned
Figure 8, Straight-line and Slow-Riding Stations.
Bike check/adjustments by PDX Bike Commuter.
Complimentary bike valet from The Warrior Room crew, so you can enjoy First Friday Milwaukie without y

Bike Milwaukie, bikemilwaukie.com
HOP(S) ON AN EBIKE
3822 SE Powell Blvd Take Trimet
5:00pm - 7:00pm
Welcome to our new store located at SE 39th & SE Powell. Try an electric bike and receive a token for a complimentary beer at Hopworks.

10% OFF all accessories during Hop(s) on an EBike.

Check us out at http://www.CynergyEbikes.com

Cynergy E-Bikes, rich at cynergyebikes daht comm, Cynergy E-Bikes, 503-719-7678
BEER, BIKES & BLOOD: LIZZIE THE MUSICAL 21+
The Gerding Theater at the Armory, 128 NW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97209 Take Trimet
5:30pm - 9:30pm, Party starts at 5:30 p.m., Show starts at 7:30 p.m.
Portland Center Stage is having a party for the cycling community! For just $20 - a savings of over $60! - you'll get bike parking, Deschutes' Chainbreaker White IPA brew and snacks in a private party on our gorgeous mezzanine, and a ticket to see LIZZIE, a new rock musical based on the life of Lizzie Borden. Party starts at 5:30, show starts at 7:30 p.m.
Portland Center Stage, aliceh at pcs daht oh are gee, Portland Center Stage, For more questions, call the box office at 503-445-3700, 503-445-3763
SKATE SKAVENGER HUNT
5:30pm
Time for all our four-wheel friends to unite!
Get your skateboard or roller skates out and get ready to skate around the city in search of anything and everything. We will group everybody into teams of 3-4 and give out lists of all the items that must be found and documented via digital camera. After 2-3 hours of skating/skavenging we will meet back up and determine the winner.

Billy Bones, pdxdownhill at gmail daht comm, www.pdxdownhill.com
MORRISSEY MOBILE DISCO 21+
Salmon Street Springs Fountain, SW Naito Pkwy & Salmon St Take Trimet (Ring around the fountain...)
6:00pm - 2:00am, We ride promptly at 7
Ringing in the first weekend of Pedalpalooza: the 4th Annual Morrissey Mobile Disco! A celebration of anglophilia & too many feelings, exercised the only way we know how: with bikes & mobile soundsystems, dancing & imbibing.  Come sporting pompadours and glasses, Smiths t-shirts, your best-looking suit, or dapper attire of any era. Bring yr mobile sound systems and spirits (ennui & gladiolus are optional accessories).

Special guests performances, a look-alike contest, and a late-night dance party. Meets at 6, leaves 7, goes late, not a loop. Shoplifters of the world unite!

Rhienna, rhienna at gmail daht comm, FB Event, Twitter:  at djrhienna
POP TIL' YOU PUKE 3
Bottom West Side of the Steel Bridge, Bottom West Steel Bridge Take Trimet (Bottom West Side of the Steel Bridge)
6:00pm - 8:00pm
80s pop, dancing, multiple stops with food and drink... need we say more?  The ride ends at the start of another great ride.

Disco ball helmets, teased hair, parachute pants, and such are encouraged but not required.

Please support our local establishments by bringing and using cash.  Also, most of the stops will not take credit due to the large volume of people we will bring.

Rain or Shine, we dance!

We will be ending at the start of the SUPERHERO(INE) RIDE!

Lance Poehler, lancepoehler at gmail daht comm
YOGA RIDE
6:45pm - 8:15pm, Ride ends at 7:30, stay for yoga until 8:15
Ride to Yoga Refuge in the Montavilla neighborhood:
Meet at 6:50pm at the NE entrance to Laurelhurst Park to ride to Yoga Refuge at 7831 SE Stark St. #300
7:30-8:15pm FREE Yoga for Cyclists class at Yoga Refuge
Stay after for refreshments, wine, tarot readings and other fun happenings at Montavilla's First Friday Celebration

Joel Holly, info at yogarefugepdx daht comm, Yoga Refuge, 702-907-7831
DIRTY DIABLO'S WILD RIDE! 21+
Devil's Point, 5305 SE Foster Rd Take Trimet (Show up early, relax, grab a beverage . . .)
7:00pm, Rolling out some time after after 7:30pm

Bicycle Dance Party!

Wild Devilish Delights!

Come Run with the Devil y'all for our 5th year!

(Anyone remember the first year when I rode with ruptured Achilles's tendon from Lit & Loud's beer bungie, pedaling in a fuckin' cast the whole way with just one leg?!? I rolled hard core then & I still do Baby!)

FREAK OUT! Rockin' tunes, lights, dancing & adult related stops.

Bring Lights! Wear Protection! Ride at own risk!

Not a loop/will go late

Show up early, relax have a beverage, we'll roll out some time after 7:30 . . .

Diablo, FaceBook Event
BIKE SWARM KICK-OFF KEG RIDE
7:00pm
This ride is PDX Bike Swarm's Pedalpalooza Kick-Off ride. In honor of the Bull Run Watershed and Cascadian hops and grains, the ride will be led by a keg bike carrying some tasty, home brewed Cascadian Dark Ale.

The route will be fairly flat, with interesting stops at which we can partake and celebrate!

PDX Bike Swarm, facebook.com/pdxbikeswarm
SUPERHERO(INE) RIDE!
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet (On the asphalt in the middle of the park.)
8:00pm
As the summer heat returns, supervillains crawl from the shadows, from beneath rocks and rotten logs to wreak havoc on our fair city. "Enough!" we cry. Grab your favorite sidekick, cape and steed-- join us in the fight for Truth, Justice and the Dream of the 90's!
Captain Fiasco, camelsauce at hotmail daht comm
#IWOKEUPLIKETHIS 21+
Irving Park, NE 7th Ave and Fargo St, Portland Take Trimet (You'll see us.)
8:00pm
A celebration of life to be played out across our city's parks, Plaid Pantry parking lots, and wherever the beats take us.  Dress to impress // wear whatever you want because you are flawless (but wear your helmet and light your bike because shit does happen). Bring your speakers if you got 'em. Surfbort.
Andrew Sasquatch, andrewpmerriam at gmail daht comm, 505-238-9166
DEAD BABY BIKES CLUB RIDE 21+
APEX, 1216 SE Division Take Trimet
9:00pm, First Friday of every month
We wanna be free, free to do what we wanna do, free to ride our machines without being hassled by the man, And we want to get loaded.
Dead Baby Bikes
THE GUTHRIE RIDE
1101 NE Alberta St Portland, OR 97211 Take Trimet (Across from Radio Room in the Parking Lot)
10:00pm - 1:00am
This is my most favorite ride in Portland to take friends upon, embarking from the NE region of Portland, and heading into the great unknown on my favorite meandering of bicycle routes. This year, I figured, why not invite everyone!

Length: ~21 miles
Lights: Yes!
Helmets?: Yes, unless you want to get a ticket (hint hint)
Terrain: mostly flat, 1 very short steep hill
Beer?: If you'd like, NOT required.
Bail Options: The route is a loop, but is pretty linear, you're much better off finishing once you've started or you'll need to back track a fair bit.
Stops: 2-3

Guthrie, stuka101 at gmail daht comm, Pinch Flat Fortune

Saturday June 7

BIKES FOR HUMANITY VOLUNTEER REPAIR CLINICS FF
B4HPDX Store, 3354 SE Powell Blvd. Portland Oregon Take Trimet
10:00am - 6:00pm, Every Saturday
Bikes For Humanity PDX(B4HPDX) is a charitable service project aimed at providing our community affordable refurbished bikes, repair classes & workshop space.
Volunteers meet M-W 2-9pm, Th-F 12pm-6pm, and Sat 10am-6pm, to refurbish donated bikes for recirculation within PDX community. Every 2 hours volunteered earns 1 hour free use of pro shop for your own project.
Financial aid and earn-a-bike programs available to help everyone afford a bike.

See full details at www.b4hpdx.org

*b4hpdx.org is fiscally sponsored by ImpactNW, a 501(c)3 public charity.

Steven, b4hpdx at gmail daht comm, Bikes For Humanity PDX
SWEAT FOR SWEETS II
JaCiva , 4733 SE Hawthorne Blvd Take Trimet
10:00am - 4:00pm, At 10:30am we ride
Sweat for Sweets II--will be as much fun as the last one, but this time with a lunch stop at the Bomber Restaurant. We will start off at JaCiva on Hawthorne, from there we will head in to downtown Milwaukie for a visit to Main Street Collectors Mall & Soda Fountain and Enchante a candy store, then some real food will await us at the Bomber Restaurant (which has milkshakes served in a glass plus tin) and the final destination for the sugar lover will be Wrightberry's Cupcakes in Oregon City. There of course is cost for all of the sweets you might want, so bring some cash.
Jason Johnson, 503-334-9022
ROUGH STUFF/COUNTRY BIKE (IN THE CITY) RAMBLE
10:30am - 4:30pm, Meet at 10:30am, depart at 11am.
A 20-30 mile ramble exploring the "country" aspects in the city while riding "Country" bikes. Expect a good deal of gravel/dirt action, climbs (you can walk it if you have to), and places you didn't think existed. We'll have food/picnic breaks along the way. Ride a bike geared towards comfort, not speed, and one that can handle off-road elements. Moderate pace, no one left behind, not a loop. If you show up in lycra, you buy everyone else adult beverages.
Adventure!, urbanadventureleague.wordpress.com
FOOD CARTS 4 CHARITY! - FOOD CARTS & MARKETS! FF
Holladay Park, NE Multnomah betw NE 11th & 13th Take Trimet
10:30am
Join Food Carts 4 Charity on a ride where we will discover the connections between two of Portland's Favorite things!

Food Carts & Farmers Markets!

Bring $ for Purchases

FYI! If it's difficult to cross the river due to the Rose Parade meet us at Portland Farmers Market [at] PSU around 11AM

We will start out at Holladay Park and head across the river to Portland Farmers Market at PSU then head down to the Alder Food Cart Pod, The Pods along SW 3rd, Cartopia and head up to the 23rd and Alberta Pod

Scott Batchelar , sbphotos at mac daht comm, www.fc4c.org, Follow our twitters  at fc4charity  at FC4CPDX, 971-207-5523
MORNING NAKED RIDE
Irving Park, NE 7th Ave and Fargo St, Portland Take Trimet (Near Basketball Pavillion)
11:00am - 2:00pm
Start the WNBR day right with a morning naked ride.  Or warm jacket and bottomless ride.  We'll wander quiet streets, enjoy body acceptance.  Bring body paint, caps and warm socks.  Bare as you dare.  

This ride will end at Coe Circle for a picnic lunch before the Sunny Nekid Ride, Fig Leif Ride, and St. Johns Ride.  If you add all these up you'll be riding naked all day!

Policy of no photos by ride participants.

Ker Nal And Pas't Tire
NAKED METRIC CENTURY
Irving Park, NE 7th Ave and Fargo St, Portland Take Trimet (Meet near Basketball Pavillion)
11:00am - 11:00pm
Ride 100 km naked -- we'll string together the 4 sunny naked rides and the night ride.  Morning Naked, Sunny Nekkid, Fig Leif Naked, St. Johns Naked, and WNBR.  

Bring body paint and sun hats.  

Cameras discouraged.

Ker Nal And Past Tire
SINGLE SPEED / FIXED-FRIENDLY RIDE 21+
Western Bikeworks, 1015 NW 17th Ave Take Trimet (meet inside)
2:00pm - 5:00pm, We'll finish in time to get to the hot soxx ride.
Finally, a flat ride where you can ride just about any bike you want, especially a cruiser or a fixed gear or a single speed.  Rated as 21+ because we'll go faster than children on single speeds usually go.  If your kid is a fast rider, bring 'em!
Maria Schur, bicyclekitty at gmail daht comm, bicyclekitty.blogspot.com
PEDALCAR KARAOKE III: RIDE OF EPIC BALLADS
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet (Near the Pedalcar with music.)
2:00pm - 5:00pm
Meet us at Colonel Summers Park for mobile pedal car karaoke. We'll sing and ride through our neighborhood ending at the Hott Sock Ride.  We'll provide the pedalcar, music and lyrics.  You provide loud singing and Portland spirit!
Damon Eckhoff & Greg Raisman, pedalcarkaraoke at gmail daht comm
SUNNY NEKKID RIDE
Coe Circle, 3900 NE Glisan St Take Trimet
2:00pm - 4:30pm
Fun ride in the sun, celebrate body freedom, bring paint for self expression & messages. Clothing optional, cameras discouraged.  

This is the biggest day-time nekid ride.  We'll ride through all five quadrants of Portland.  Busy streets, quiet streets and paths.  Ride ends in NW at the Fig Leif Ride.  

Policy of no photos by ride participants.

Past Tire And Ker Nal
HERITAGE TREES OF NOPO
2:15pm - 4:15pm
Portland's Heritage Trees are one very large green part of our beautiful city. These "honored" trees will be the focus of a 10 mile meander through North Portland.  We will stop at a number of special trees and offer short descriptions and gratitude.  Tree huggers unite !
Gregg & Patty, gregg at vitalwellnesscoaching daht comm, Vital Wellness Coaching, 503-410-1891
GLADYS BIKES GRAND (RE)OPENING PARTY
Gladys Bikes, 29th and Alberta Take Trimet
4:00pm - 7:00pm
Celebrate the grand re-opening of Gladys Bikes at our new location at 2905 NE Alberta Street with food from neighboring businesses, a keg, prizes and a photo booth for portraits of you and your bike.
---------------------
Leading up to the party, we'll be offering a FULL WEEK OF DEALS:

Tues, June 3: Free flat repair coupon with any purchase over 25 bucks
Wed, June 4: 10% off locks, lights and Ortlieb panniers
Thurs, June 5: 10% off Terry and Selle Italia saddles
Fri, June 6: 5% off Papillionaire Bicycles
Sat, June 7: 10% off products from women-owned biz
Sun, June 8: 5% off Bianchi bikes

Gladys Bikes, hello at gladysbikes daht comm, www.gladysbikes.com
LAST HOTT SOCK RIDE
SE Salmon St + Eastbank Esplanade Take Trimet
5:00pm
Deck your calves, throw on those over-the-knees, or bare your ankles as you dare and join the well-heeled for the LAST ride with great fashion and festivities thanks to local bike-loving retailers. Bring sock-funds for sock-fun (keep your legs warm on the WNBR!), pack a lock + lights, and join us at Vera at 5ish, leave at 5:15. We'll revel with the fine crew of Sock Dreams in Sellwood, take our kicks over to Sock It To Me, and have other ped(al)-based fun along the way. See you at Vera! (Easy pace, loop-ish, mostly flat, SE to Sellwood.) Photos of 2012: http://tinyurl.com/l67k5k3
Ladies Of The Sock, famouspotato at gmail daht comm
PORTLANDFIXED - LIFEBLOOD OF BIKE CULTURE RIDE
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet
5:00pm
A rare IRL meeting of PortlandFixed, Portland's Bicycle Illuminati, or "lifeblood of bike culture," as BikeSnobNYC put it. The content of this "ride" will be decided as the Bike Gods reveal their Divine Truth to us with each NOBR  AKES wheelie barspin. A sacred OG 4Loko sacrifice will christen the new forum before the Grand Wardens decide and secure the future of bike culture for all humankind. Portlandfixed.com for more info. Lurkers welcome, but may be subject to intense criticism.
Bicycle Illuminati, PortlandFixed.com
BIKINI BIKE RIDE
Popina Swimwear Hollywood, 2030 NE 42nd Ave. Take Trimet
5:00pm

Popina And VeloCult, Poppiswim at gmail daht comm
FIG LEIF NAKED BIKE RIDE
Forest park, top of NW Thurman St. Take Trimet (500 yards beyond the entry gate by the Port-a-Potties)
5:00pm - 6:30pm
Naked 10K off road bike ride on NW Leif Erickson Road at 5:00 pm Saturday, June 7th.  This is an uphill ride over a bumpy road to St Johns.  This ride is scheduled to start after the Sunny Nekkid Ride and end in time for everyone to join the St Johns Naked Ride at 6;45 pm which in turn will ride to the start of the night time World Naked Bike Ride.  Meet by the Port-a-Potties about 500 yards beyond the entry gate at the top of NW Thurman St hill. Please, cameras are discouraged.
Henry, Henry5Km at gmail daht comm
ST. JOHNS NAKED RIDE
Block Bikes PDX LLC, 7238 N Burlington Ave Take Trimet (We'll move over to the plaza across the street if we run out of sidewalk.)
6:45pm - 7:45pm
We'll ride the 10 miles together to the start of the WNBR from St. Johns.  We will take side streets as much as possible and be as nude as desired. We'll ride slowish, but faster than the WNBR.  I highly encourage safe cycling...especially when partially nude.
Block Bikes, bikeshop at blockbikespdx daht comm
WORLD NAKED BIKE RIDE
Normandale Park, NE 56th Ave and NE Halsey Take Trimet (DO NOT BLOCK HALSEY)
8:00pm, meet at 8pm, depart at 9pm
This year's largest, evening naked bike ride will take place at sunset!  Join us at 8pm to get amped up to strip down, hang out and ride.

RIDE IS NOT A LOOP - and will end several miles from the start point.  Please plan accordingly (bring a map or smartphone to help you route back to the start).

Ride departs at 9.  Please do not trash the park, please be safe on your bike (wear shoes and a helmet!) and respectful to others.  While basic mechanic service may be available on-site, please have your bike tuned up before arrival.

WNBR Team, pdxwnbr.org, theworldnakedbikeride at gmail daht comm
WNBR UNOFFICIAL AFTERPARTY: RIDE TO/DANCE IN SE! 21+
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet (departs from end of WNBR. arrive at Conquistador anytime after 10:30pm)
11:00pm - 3:00am
Averaging 10k-14k riders annually for WNBR, no one "after party" can hold us all! Join a SE-bound splinter group (look for the white Bullitt mobile soundsystem! You know the one!) at the end of the WNBR on a brisk, naked jaunt to The Conquistador! (Or brave the roads in a small group of your own choosing.) No cover, 21+, clothing optional, respectful and safe space for bodies of all shapes, sizes, colors, orientations, and manner of dress. Inappropriate behavior, photography without consent, and general creepy lurkiness will not be tolerated.
Rhienna, rhienna at gmail daht comm, FB Event Details! Naked Dance Party!, Twitter:  at djrhienna
WNBR AFTER RIDE - LATE NIGHT FOOD CARTS
Lillis Albina City Park, N Russell and Flint Ave. Take Trimet (Meet 15 Minutes after the end of the World Naked Bike Ride in the Parking Lot across the street)
CANCELED
Join Food Carts 4 Charity for an After the World Naked Bike Ride to some Late Night Food Carts around town.

Bring $ for food, Clothing Optional

We will meet shortly after the end of the World Naked Bike Ride and head to some Food Carts that are open.

Our route will be determined by where the WNBR ride ends but you can count on going to the following locations at a minimum.

Cartopia at SE 12th & Hawthorne
The Pods along SW 3rd Street in Downtown Portland

Some possibilities if we end up nearby:
Base Camp Brewing
Koi Fusion at Providence Park

Scott Batchelar, scottbs at mac daht comm, www.fc4c.org, Make sure to follow us on Twitter  at fc4charity  at FC4CPDX

Sunday June 8

ZOOBOMB CENTURY
Logs of Indecision, SW Knights Blvd and Wildwood trail Take Trimet
10:00am, Racers start at 10:00 a.m. sharp.
ZOOBOMB's annual death ride is back! 100 miles of downhill on a 16" kid's bike. Only minibikes place in the top 3. All bikes, boards, contraptions welcome to challenge. BBQ, prizes, grudges, medics!

How it works: Bring a bike, helmet (fullface=cheap dental insurance), MAX ticket. Maps with routes provided. Bomb all day until Zoobomb time. How fast are you? It'll take a while. Record your miles on the scoreboard. Grill on the hill.

Where? Take the MAX to Washington Park, go right til you hit Century HQ at the logs on top of the stairs.

Why? TO BE A CENTURION! RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK

Johnnie O., rejuicedbikes at gmail daht comm
LAKE OSWEGO HERITAGE TREE BIKE RIDE FF
Lower Millennium Plaza park, 200 1st St, Lake Oswego, OR 97034 Take Trimet (meet in the SE end of the park, down the stairs, by the fountain)
10:30am, Ride departs at 11am

Shannan Stoll, sstoll at ci.oswego.or daht you ess, www.ci.oswego.or.us/planning/heritage-tree-bike-ride , 503-675-3737
THE JOY OF SECTS
Holman Pocket Park, 1300 NE Holman St Take Trimet
10:30am - 1:30pm, Roll at 10:45 SHARP -- Note change in time & location from printed calender
The Bike Temple takes you on a "speed dating" style tour of religion in Portland.  We'll visit a diverse selection of houses of worship, giving a representative at each a chance to explain what they do and attempt to convert the group before it's time to take off.

Ride ends at the Bike Blessing at St. Mary's, downtown.

Bike Temple Templars, ted101 at gmail daht comm, www.biketemple.org
PORT-TUCKY DERBY 21+
Peninsula Park, 700 N Rosa Parks Way Take Trimet
11:00am - 2:00pm
Saddle up, Portland. On your mark, get set, ride! Join us for contests, prizes, costumes, gentlemanly wagers, and Southern hospitality as we recreate all three stages of the Triple Crown.  We will stop for mini-races, brunchy beverages, and we'll keep it at a casual pace. Just think how enormous your fancy derby hat can be atop your dress helmet!
Val & Lindsay, portuckyderby at gmail daht comm
VBC 2014 - PORTLAND YAHTZEE RIDE
Sunnyside Centenary United Methodist Churc, 3520 SE Yamhill St, Portland, Oregon 97214 Take Trimet
11:00am
There are about 36 (double-chai) projects at this year's event. Most will be completed by the start of Pedalpalooza. We meet at one central location, and then roll the dice! Reach destination 2. Learn about it from the Village Bob the Builder - and perhaps someones meet us there. And the dice are rolled once more, until we tire of the ride!
City Repair Project, The City Repair Project
ZUMBA RIDE (PEDALPAZUMBA!)
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet (on the basketball court)
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Join us for two of our favorites... biking & dancing, as we tour through inner SE. We'll have fun instructors and music. Come dressed to dance.

The forecast for Sunday is beautiful. Don't forget your sunscreen, water, & dancing shoes. We will dance for a few songs, then hop on our bikes and ride to the next stop. Dance. Bike. Repeat. ;-)

https://www.facebook.com/events/1496938940522079/

If you teach Zumba and would like to lead a few songs, just send a note. We'd love to have you join us.

Tom
2BWELL HEALTH AND FITNESS RIDE (CROSS FIT) FF
CrossFit Stumptown, 535 NE 28th Ave Take Trimet
1:00pm
We will start at CrossFit Stumptown in SE Portland where Cross Fit Coach, Casey McFeron, will lead us with a warm up. Next stop is at Whole Foods for a short store tour with Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Kris Cartwright, who will talk about one of the most important things to add to your diet. We will then travel Southbound to eFit Gym where Stephanie King (eFit gym owner) will lead some exercises for us. Along the route we will be stopping at a couple of parks and Casey will show us Cross Fit Drills. Finally, we will end at 2BWell Health Clinic in downtown Portland on 3rd and Burnside.
2BWell Natural Medicine, 2bwell.net, Meetup daht comm/2BWell Health and Wellness, 503-841-6828
ELLIE'S RIDE FF
OMSI, 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland Take Trimet (Near submarine on Esplanade)
1:30pm, Rolling North on the Eastbank Esplanade @ ~@2pm
Fun, slow-paced family ride with rockin' music & BIG BUBBLES!

OMSI to a random fountain or 2 downtown for a splashy good time!

Bring your SWIMSUITS & TOWELS!

We'll stop briefly for refreshment at some point (Maybe Cool Moon or Sat. Market-Don't forget Cash)

Not a loop :)

Continuation of the lighthearted protest and principles of http://pdxwnbr.org/why/ but without the nudity. :)

Wear Helmets & Ride at Own Risk!

Tim, timalt at hotmail daht comm, 503-847-5564
KINDERGARTEN GAMES 21+
Peninsula Park, 700 N Rosa Parks Way Take Trimet (In front of the Community Center)
2:00pm
How's that whole "grown up" thing working for you?  Miss the days where you'd get a nap in the middle of the day?  Return to those heady days with all the games you never get to play any more!  We'll tour North Portland's parks, playing freeze tag, steal the bacon, sharks and minnows, and (of course!) duck duck goose.  No soccer cleats.  Ride will be postponed if it's raining, check online calendar for updates.  First game will start promptly at 2:00; we'll ride about 2:45.  This ride is not a loop.
Karl, klangen at gmail daht comm
BLESSING OF THE BIKES FF
Cathedral of St. Mary's, 1716 NW Couch St. Take Trimet (NW 18th and Couch St.)
2:00pm - 2:30pm
The 7th Annual Blessing of the Bikes will be held at St. Mary's Cathedral NW18th and Couch, Sunday June 8th from 2-2:30 in the courtyard.
If you ride for pleasure, commute or race; if you ride an old or new bike; if you have just started or ridden for years...all are welcome, bring the family, bring a friend. Its fun, free and open to all faiths.

Thomas W. Gornick, tgornick at archdpdx daht oh are gee, Archdiocese of Portland
PDX CARGO BIKE GANG: LONGEST WAY ACROSS THE STREET FF
Clever Cycles, 908 SE Hawthorne Blvd Take Trimet (Meet up on SE 9th, between SE Hawthorne & SE Clay)
3:00pm
Love cargo bikes? So do we! Come ride with us from one of our favorite shops, Clever Cycles, to the Lucky Lab. Route will go across the river, parade around a bit, have a 30 minute break at Jamison Square for the kids to burn off some energy, then head back to the Eastside and beers. Route will be flat and pace slow to accommodate our big, heavy bikes loaded with children. Those without children are welcome too! Bring money for eats and drinks at the Lucky Lab.

Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/PDX.CargoBiking/

KYouell, PDX Cargo Bike Gang
INTRO URBAN FEATURES RIDING
St Stephen Catholic Church, 1112 SE 41st Ave. Take Trimet
4:00pm
Ever want to ride walls?  How about just the bank?  Learn to lean a bit.  
4 pm at St Stephan Church for a mellow ride to a few different features we can practice some new and improved bike skills.
Helmet, gloves and 28C or bigger tire recommended.  About 7 miles total and not a loop, but does finish in the Pearl.

Shiny Sideup
BIZARRO 122ND AVE
La Isla Bonita, 302 NE 122nd Ave, Portland, Oregon 97230 Take Trimet (one block north of 122nd Ave MAX)
4:00pm - 5:30pm, ride at 4:30 - get to Cartlandia a little after 5
On BIZARRO 122nd Avenue, East Portland's most important artery not only has a frequent service bus line, it's also got a pair of protected bike lanes that make it comfortable and safe for tens of thousands of Portlanders to get north and south without the use of cars.

Kicking off BikePortland.org's week of reporting from East Portland, we'll ride from the 122nd Ave MAX station to the Springwater Corridor, pausing along the way to talk about the alternative 122nd Avenue that you can already see if you squint.

Optional dinner afterward at Cartlandia, just off the Springwater.

Michael Andersen, michael at bikeportland daht oh are gee, BikePortland.org, 503-333-7824
ZOOBOMB
Zoobomb Pyle, SW 13th Ave & W Burnside Take Trimet
8:30pm, Every Sunday
Zoobomb is long running weekly bike event that meets every Sunday around 8:30PM near (13th & SW Burnside) in Portland OR. Bring a bike, MAX fare (2.50), bike lights, and any safety gear you need. Borrow a 16" from our Library. We ride down hills.
It's a good time and you WILL have fun!
MINI BIKES ENCOURAGED - ALL BIKES WELCOME
HELMETS ARE A GOOD IDEA
* RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK *
LEAVE NO TRACE

Zoobomb, zoobomb at zoobomb daht nett, zoobomb.net

Monday June 9

SUNRISE COFFEE FF
Terwilliger Boulevard Parkway, SW Terwiilger Blvd & SW Hamilton St Take Trimet
5:00am, Sunrise is at 5:22am
Wake up early, ride, brew coffee/tea, watch the sunrise, then go about your day. note: This is more of a meet up than a ride, but the idea is that you ride to it.
Andy Schmidt
BIKEPOOL TO LAKE O
Vera Katz Eastbank Esplanade, SE Madison & Eastbank Esplanade Take Trimet
CANCELED Moved to June 12
Working in Lake O. is the pits but commuting to work doesn't have to be.  Let's bikepool!

Route will start at Vera Katz and will end up dropping into Lake O. via Boones Ferry.  If you work in downtown Lake O. you can cut off at Country Club Road.  I'll be continuing on to Kruse Way.  Total mileage will be around 11 miles and I'm padding the time at 90 minutes (but really it should only take a little over an hour).

Return commute suggestions freely given (mine will include a bus ride to make it back in town by 7 for the RB Sunset Ride)

Lori, loriasills at gmail daht comm, 971-322-6927
DOWNTOWN BIKE SHOP TOUR
Bike Gallery Downtown, 1001 SW 10th Ave Portland, OR 97205 Take Trimet
3:15pm - 4:45pm
Hey my name's Evan, I'm new to Portland and wanted to take a look at a bunch of different bike shops, just the downtown area today. I plan to just go into the bike shop for about 5-10 minutes to get a feel of the place then head to the next shop. Wanna come with? Meet in front of Bike Gallery at Salmon and SW 10th. I'll stand outside for 10 mins then head into Bike Gallery to poke around.

Shops I'm gonna go to:
Bike Gallery
Performance Bicycle
West End Bikes
Cycle Portland Bike Shop

If you know any other shops along the way, come along with and share.

I'm wearing a red helmet!

Evan, 206-673-1452
TRAFFIC SIGNALS WONKERY
Portland Building, 1120 SW 5th Ave Take Trimet (Under Portlandia)
5:30pm - 8:30pm
"Portland's not perfect, but their intersections are getting better", is how the Greenlane Project described our fair city. Join us for an 10 to 12-mile easy pace, mostly flat ride through some of the City's best intersections (this will include some that are being improved as a part of the Portland to Milwaukie Light Rail project with the transportation professionals that plan, design, and maintain the signals in and around Portland. We'll stop where people want to wonk out about different designs and ask questions. Organized in partnership with WTS Portland.
Peter Koonce, peter.koonce at portlandoregon.gov, 503-823-8686
LE TOUR DE GENTRIFICATION
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet
5:30pm
Portland is being ravaged by displacing capital development. Let's tour the scenes of the crime and talk about how to build a Right to the City movement to stop the developer's utopia from ruining our home.
Rebel Metropolis, nyxfilm at gmail daht comm, https://www.facebook.com/events/1495061874042959
ALLEYS OF N & NE PORTLAND
StormBreaker Brewing, 832 North Beech Street Take Trimet
5:45pm
Join our urban ramble! Meet in North Portland (bring cash for a drink if you want), we'll roll out around 6:15. We'll slowly cruise through a bunch of the alleys clustered in the N/NE, avoiding the main streets as much as possible. We'll stick with the alleys that are very passable--so no mountain bikes required. The ride will casually wander about, allowing you to observe backyards you never knew existed, and magically transport yourself to a relaxing establishment in inner NE.

Note, this is NOT an alley CAT. Just an alley exploration. :)

https://www.facebook.com/events/1451360658443375/

Kirk & Erinne, kirk.paulsen at gmail daht comm, 503-858-2042
CANADIAN PRIDE ROLLER HOCKEY RIDE
Alberta Park, NE Ainsworth + NE 22nd Avenue Take Trimet
6:00pm
Join us in celebrating our Norther neighbours and play some good ol Canucklehead Street Hockey in (Princess) Alberta Park! Bring skates or run on feet, we have extra sticks.  All skill levels welcome! We skate every Monday that has dry pavement! Afterwards, we pedal to grab food or drinks!
Saul T. Scrapper, saultscrapper at gmail daht comm, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Portland-Roller-Hockey/186538884697065, 360-510-1818

Tuesday June 10

TATER TOT CAMPOUT
Hatfield Government Center MAX Station in Hillsboro, 100 SW Adams Ave, Hillsboro Take Trimet (Email me, or check out the blog for more ride info!)
12:00pm, We'll be back in Hillsboro in the early afternoon on Wed, June 11.
A fun & easy overnight bike camping trip, perfect for first-timers!  From the last Max stop in Hillsboro, we'll pedal 12 miles on scenic country roads, then 21 miles on the beautiful and car-free Banks-Vernonia Trail.  A great campground - with showers - awaits us in Vernonia, along with THE BEST TATER TOTS IN THE UNIVERSE!

The MAX fee is $2.50 each way, and camping is $6/person.  Bring some money for food if you'll be joining us at the pub (or pack your own).

Kai, kaionabike at gmail daht comm, kaionabike.wordpress.com, 503-388-0304
TUESDAY TEDDY RIDE FF
Johnson Creek City Park, SE 21st Ave & SE Clatsop St Portland, OR 97202 Take Trimet (We'll be near the kids play area & restrooms)
12:00pm - 12:30pm, We'll start around Noon. and End 12:30 for food and shopping
Bike and Cuddle Puddle your favorite stuffy toy around the Brooklyn Neighborhood or if you're looking for a new stuffed friend we are ending our trek at a kids consignment store specializing in locally made and gently used toys, gifts and clothes called:   "Hazel and Pear."
Our ride will go for about 30 min. led by two tall-bike riding clowns. Bring music, your favorite stuffed creature AND Hungry Bellies because at the end of ride there is food [at] Warehouse Cafe & Market near Brooklyn Park. Perfect social time! Bring money for food and shopping. Young kids should ride with an adult.

Olive Rootbeer & Dingo, iloverootbeer.dingo at gmail daht comm, oliveanddingo.com, call+text+or email we'll get back asap! , 971-221-6715
SE PONDS RIDE
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Join me for a casual 11.5 mile ride by some of the most beautiful ponds, lakes, rivers, and creeks in the Portland area.  Helmets required.  We will be riding next to cars at a few points on this ride.

We will meet in the north parking lot of Reed College next to the campus map.

Richard Powell, rpowell at hostpond daht comm, Southeast Ponds Ride
EMO RIDE
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet (NE Corner)
6:00pm, Meet at 6, ride at 6:30
"Well I got a bad feeling about this
I got a bad feeling about this"

This ride will be a celebration of emo music: especially the stuff that was popular in the mid 2000s when I was in high school. Maybe you grew up listening to these songs too, or maybe you missed out and want to get a taste of emo for the first time. Singing along and dressing the part encouraged. Short ride with no stops. If there's a song you want to hear, shoot us an email. Watch out for the "die emos ride". Meet in the NE corner of the park, in the shady area near the intersection of 20th and Belmont. Rain or shine.

Erin And Alex, apbrey at gmail daht comm
CYCLING ESSENTIALS CLASS
Holgate Public Library, 7905 SE Holgate Blvd Take Trimet
6:15pm - 7:45pm

Jeff Smith, jeff.smith at portlandoregon.gov, Portland By Cycle rides and classes, 503-823-7083
BIKE TOURING FOR WOMEN
Velo Cult, 1969 NE 42nd Take Trimet (In the basement theater)
6:30pm, We'll start
Interested in touring or camping by bike, but have questions, concerns, or just need guidance? Come to this free workshop led by Cycle Wild board members and touring enthusiasts Erinne and Stasia! You'll learn about the right gear, how to carry it, tips for the road, ideas of places to travel, and stories from other trips.

Women and Trans folks only at this workshop, please.

Erinne & Stasia, erinne.larissa at gmail daht comm, www.cyclewild.org, stasiah at gmail daht comm
GRILLED BY BIKE 21+
Ladd's Circle, SE 16th Ave & Harrison St Take Trimet (Follow the smells)
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Wieners, sliders, and vegan delights;
Cooked while riding under the northern lights

We'll have multiple bikes with rolling grills and maybe a keg bike.
Cooking will happen while riding on slow green ways. Bring meat or veggies or eat some of ours.
More details and FB event to come.

FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1484160371818643/

Eric JP Eilif Krista Aaron, Facebook Event page
SILENT DISCO RIDE-KBOO 90.7 FM
KBOO, 20 SE 8th Ave, Portland Take Trimet (Meet across the street in the parking lots)
7:45pm, Rolling out soon after 8 when the Melting Pot comes on
Mobile Silent Disco
We will tune in to the Melting Pot Radio Show on KBOO 90.7 FM & roll to a park for dance party.

We'll be rocking the tunes out loud as we roll but will be going entirely silent when we stop to boogie.

YOU NEED A PORTABLE FM RADIO WITH HEADPHONES!
Please Do NOT Ride with headphones on!

Need to find a radio:
-Go to Goodwill or the bins. The bins charge by the pound, so PLEASE grab them & share!
-Some phones can stream KBOO or pick up FM from a headphone wire

This is  a continuation of the lighthearted protest & principles of http://pdxwnbr.org/why/ but without nudity ;)

Diablo, FaceBook Event
SUNSET BURRITO CLUB
Willamette Blvd Horseshoe, N Willamette Blvd at N Jarrett St Take Trimet (On the bluff tip)
8:00pm - 9:00pm, Sunset around 9
Enjoy a sunset before the rains return. BYO burrito and libations. (La Bonita just blocks away.) There are many routes to the Horseshoe, yes.
Sunset Burrito Club

Wednesday June 11

MOVE BY BIKE 100 FIRES BOOK STORE
Paul's old residence, 1612 SE 46th Ave, Portland, OR to 5232 SE Madison, Portland, OR, distance .42 miles Take Trimet
11:00am
This is an easy short move, but the fun will be moving the 100 Fires on line bookstore of Paul Cienfuegos. Paul is the guy who started the Community Rights movement here in Portland, OR, and moved to Portland, OR from Northern California with his on line bookstore. This has come together at the last minute because Paul has been traveling putting on workshops, but we will be hauling d
"dozens" of 15 to 40 lb boxes of books and 12 wooden book cases. Food and OJ at the beginning and pizza and beer at the end.

Steve Couche, steveco1948 at comcast daht nett
MOVE BY BIKE 100 FIRES BOOK STORE
Paul's old residence, 1612 SE 46th Ave, Portland, OR to 5232 SE Madison, Porta Take Trimet
11:00am
This is an easy short move, but the fun will be moving the 100 Fires on line bookstore of Paul Cienfuegos. Paul is the guy who started the Community Rights movement here in Portland, OR, and moved to Portland, OR from Northern California with his on line bookstore. This has come together at the last minute because Paul has been traveling putting on workshops, but we will be hauling 15 to 40 lb boxes of books at 12 wooden book cases. Food and OJ at the beginning and pizza and beer at the end.
Steve Couche, steveco1948 at comcast daht nett
FOSTER ROAD GOES TO CITY COUNCIL
2:00pm, After the vote we ride to Foster to celebrate.
After almost two years of planning the Foster Streetscape Plan is going to City Council and asking for adoption.

We need you to show up at City Hall on June 11th at 2:00 to show support. The more voices heard, and the more people present, the more certain it is that this plan will get passed.

After the vote, we ride to the Foster neighborhood for the the After Party at O'Malleys.

Nick Falbo, nick at fosterunited daht oh are gee, Foster United, 503-421-8327
BTA COMMUTER STATION IN LADD'S ADDITION FF
SE Ladd Ave & SE Division Take Trimet (On the sidewalk where SE Ladd meets Division)
4:30pm - 6:30pm, Want to be more involved. Volunteer with at a Commuter Station. Contact Nicole at the info below
The weather is getting nicer and summer is on its way. That means more people are getting out on their bikes and riding around town. We here at the Bicycle Transportation Alliance like to give all those great bicycle riders a little extra love and  at our Commuter Stations.

Stop by for FREE SNACKS, FREE AIR, bike registration and learn about the exciting projects the Bicycle Transportation Alliance is working on.

Want to be more involved. Volunteer with at a Commuter Station. Contact Nicole at the info below.

Bicycle Transportation Alliance, nicole at btaoregon daht oh are gee, btaoregon.org, 503-226-0676
YES I CAN FIT IT ON MY BIKE! FF
Sewallcrest Park, SE 31st Ave and Stephens St Take Trimet (near Market Street entrance)
4:45pm - 7:15pm, End time is dependent on which thrift stores we visit!
Duct tape? Bungees? Inner tubes? Where there's a free pile or a thrift store, there's a way. We'll travel to a few thrift stores and/or free piles, and I'll help you fit whatever you buy or pick up on your bike. Bring money to buy stuff; cargo bikes definitely work better but I am willing to attempt anything. A PDX Cargo Bike Gang event!
Sarah Gilbert, sarahgilbert at gmail daht comm, cafemama.com, 503-889-6410
LE TOUR DE GENTRIFICATION 2
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet
5:30pm
Portland is being ravaged by displacing capital development. Let's tour the scenes of the crime and talk about how to build a Right to the City movement to stop the developer's utopia from ruining our home.
Rebel Metropolis, nyxfilm at gmail daht comm, https://www.facebook.com/events/1495061874042959
BIKE TO THE FUTURE: FACILITY RIDE
Tom McCall Park at Naito & Columbia, SW Naito Pkwy & SW Columbia St. Take Trimet
5:30pm
GREAT SCOTT! OHSU Bike Program & Go By Bike host a time-traveling ride to 2015! See what bike facilities the future holds: pit stops at the nation's largest car-free bridge and bike valet, a shiny new bike garage, and more. All ages ride. 21+ post-ride happy hour. Back to the Future costumes encouraged! Easy, casual and flat.
John Landolfe, bike at ohsu daht eedee you, www.ohsu.edu/bike
TIM'S MYSTERY TACO RIDE 21+
SE Portland Take Trimet
5:30pm, bring lights as we will finish in the dark
Back again with all new stops. This ride will be about 15 miles at a casual pace through SE and NE only. This is not a loop ride and we will not drop anyone. Please bring $ for tacos and cerveza's where applicable. This ride is limited to 18 riders. Please rsvp at thkieltyka[at]gmail.com
Tim K, thkieltyka at gmail daht comm
LE TOUR DE GENTRIFICATION
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet
CANCELED Moved to June 9
Portland is being ravaged by displacing capital development. Let's tour the scenes of the crime and talk about how to build a Right to the City movement to stop the developer's utopia from ruining our home.
Rebel Metropolis, nyxfilm at gmail daht comm, https://www.facebook.com/events/1495061874042959
KAMEHAMEHA DAY 21+
5:30pm

Pedal PT, info at pedalpt daht comm, www.pedalPT.com, 503-894-9038
PLAID TO PLAID 21+
Plaid Pantry, 2983 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR Take Trimet
6:00pm - 8:00pm
This will be a slow paced ride that takes us deep into the realm of plaid. We'll find places named after the great fabric, as well those that display or sell it. To best enjoy the experience, please wear plaid! The more, the better!
Erin, erin_layna at yahoo daht comm
GOING AROUND IN CIRCLES
The Fields Park, 1099 NW Overton Street Take Trimet
6:00pm - 9:00pm, ride leaves at 7pm
Biking in Circles is delightful and on this ride you will learn all about the many circle parks, art, memorials, fountains, and other circle features spotted through Portland's inner city. We'll also play some circle games and you will have chances to win a copy of the Circle Portland guidebook published through the Hidden Portland project. Bring a potluck item to share for dinner at the start. Meet up at 6pm, leave at 7pm.
Carye Bye, hiddenportland at gmail daht comm, hiddenportland.com, 503-248-4454
KARAOKE IN THE PARK 21+
7:30pm
Ride meets at 7:30, leaves at 8. we'll ride about an hour and stay in a park til midnight, to keep noise complaints to a zero.
like singin' karaoke?  like hangin' out in a park with other bikers?  come on this ride and join the two together, without compromising anything!  the ride will end-- not in a karaoke bar-- but in a park rigged with a rad homemade karaoke set-up.  it's legit, so expect  a wide range of song options, but not everything.  
bring your bike!  bring your lungs!

Mark , James, hollisj20 at yahoo daht comm

Thursday June 12

BIKEPOOL TO LAKE O
Vera Katz Eastbank Esplanade, SE Madison & Eastbank Esplanade Take Trimet
CANCELED Moved to June 23
Working in Lake O. is the pits but commuting to work doesn't have to be.  Let's bikepool!

Route will start at Vera Katz and will end up dropping into Lake O. via Boones Ferry.  If you work in downtown Lake O. you can cut off at Country Club Road.  I'll be continuing on to Kruse Way.  Total mileage will be around 11 miles and I'm padding the time at 90 minutes (but really it should only take a little over an hour).

Return commute suggestions freely given (mine will include a bus ride to make it back in town by 7 for the RB Sunset Ride)

Lori, loriasills at gmail daht comm, 971-322-6927
MIDWEEK RIDE TO THE COLUMBIA GORGE
TBA, TBA Take Trimet (At a MAX stop in Gresham. Full details given to those who register.)
9:30am - 5:30pm
Riding to quiet country roads and spectacular scenery is easier than you think. The Columbia River Gorge is just a short bicycle ride away. And you can totally handle it if you are an everyday rider. Bring a snack, water, and Trimet fare. Geared bikes recommended.  Approx 30 miles round trip. REGISTRATION REQUIRED! http://ualgorgeride2014.eventbrite.com
Ian And Shawn, urbanadventureleague.wordpress.com
BEVERLY CLEARY SCHOOL BIKE TRAIN! FF
Beverly Cleary School Hollyrood Campus, 3560 NE Hollyrood Ct, Portland, OR Take Trimet (Bike parking area at front door (Hollyrood) at 2:45p, or meet up at the Fernwood playground, 3:00p)
2:45pm - 4:15pm, Leave Hollyrood at 2:45pm, Fernwood at 3:00pm
Ride to all 3 sites of Beverly Cleary school, from Hollyrood to Fernwood to Rose City Park! Start at Hollyrood school at the 2:45 pm bell and ride to Fernwood for the 3 PM pick-up time. Then explore the easy 3 mile loop from Fernwood to the new Rose City campus and back to Hollyrood. This ride will be kid-paced; a great way kids to learn the route to their new school. Playgrounds and fountains at stops. Dress up as characters from Beverly Cleary books like Ramona, Henry or Ralph, if desired. Prizes for best costume! http://goo.gl/maps/FJyNA  www.facebook.com/events/714179708628016
Joseph E, www.facebook.com/events/714179708628016
PDX TANDEMS SOCIAL RIDE 21+
Ladd's Circle, SE 16th Ave & Harrison St Take Trimet (Near the other tandems)
4:30pm - 7:00pm
Same as last year but more mileage, less bars, per request.  Let's meet at 4:30 at Piccolo Park, depart at 5, and bike around, hit a bar (hopefully 2-4-1's), and eventually end at Irving Park by 7:00 to join the Rocky Butte Sunset Ride leaving at 7:30.  Lead by Eric and Krista on an old red Schwinn.  Slowish social ride.

https://www.facebook.com/events/512845192172091/

Eric Ivy, PDX Tandems Facebook Group Ride
B4HPDX FREE VOLUNTEER MECHANICS CLASS FF
B4HPDX Shop & Bike School, 3354 SE Powell Blvd Portland OR 97202 Take Trimet
6:00pm - 9:00pm, Every Thursday
Bikes For Humanity PDX (B4HPDX) Thursdays Free Volunteer Mechanics Class
8-week professionally instructed bicycle mechanics curriculum trains volunteers complete overhaul and tune-up procedures.
Free to all B4HPDX volunteers. (We invite students to volunteer 10 hours with us for receiving this 24-hr curriculum.)
Thursdays 6-9pm. (Except holidays. Check b4hpdx.org Google Calendar for holiday schedule.)
Students can practice on own bikes during hands-on portion of lesson.

*b4hpdx.org is fiscally sponsored by ImpactNW, a 501(c)3 public charity.

Steven, b4hpdx at gmail daht comm, Bikes For Humanity PDX
FREE BIKE REPAIR W/ REPAIR PDX
Mercy Corps, 45 SW Ankeny St, Portland, OR 97204 Take Trimet
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Repair PDX is partnering with Mercy Corps for a Repair Cafe at their space at 45 SW Ankeny St, Portland, OR 97204 from 6-9pm. We will be offering FREE bike repair, sewing/mending, small appliance repair and more. Check out repairpdx.org for even more details.
Repair PDX, RepairPDX at gmail daht comm, repairpdx.org, Lauren Gross
PDX VALKYRIES
Piccolo Park, SE 28th between SE Division & Clinton Take Trimet
6:30pm
Bring your winged helmet, spear and Viking attire. We'll roll around to some pdx parks, causing mayhem along the way.

This ride will meet up with the maurader's ride later for some joint ruckus-rousing!

The PDX Valkyries are an all-women, direct action bike brigade. BYOB.

PDX Valkyries, facebook.com/pdxvalkyries
MARAUDER RIDE 2014
top of the hill, 5511 se Hawthorne Take Trimet (55th and Hawthorne)
6:30pm, ride as soon as our horde swells! around 7 pm
Ride in groovy apocalypse gear for some south east Portland, general looting and mayhem. meet Dingo and Olive at the top of the SE Hawthorne hill[at] 6:30, we ride at 7 to attack stuff and roll around like we own the place. Warning may finish in a drinking establishment so bring ID.
Dingo Dizmal, Olive and Dingo Productions!
ROCKY BUTTE SUNSET DANCE PARTY PICNIC
Irving Park, NE 7th Ave and Fargo St, Portland Take Trimet (E. side of the park)
7:00pm - 11:00pm, we ride out at 7:30pm
Follow the tunes from Irving Park (NE 11th & Klickitat side) to Rocky Butte for a potluck, sunset picnic and dance party. Dance 'til you drop on the lawn or just eat and take in the sunset. Party-goers are encouraged to bring healthy food (if that is your thing) and list your ingredients for those with food allergies and preferences.
Rocky Butte Sunset, rockybuttesunset at gmail daht comm
PORTLAND CRUISER RIDE - THRIFT SHOP FASHION SHOW 21+
Harvester Brewing, 2030 SE 7th Ave Take Trimet
7:00pm, Ride leaves at 8:00pm

Eric Rosenberg, eric at portlandcruiserride daht comm, Portland Cruiser Ride
UNICYCLE POLO 21+
Alberta Park Bike Polo Court, NE 22nd Ave and Killingsworth St. Take Trimet (The southeast corner of Alberta Park.)
7:00pm, until whenever
Do you ride a unicycle? Want the chance to attack people with a stick, while unicycling? Just want to watch? This is your event!

Find us at 7:00pm in Alberta Park, at the bike polo court, EVERY Thursday. Unless the court is wet.

The Unicycle Bastards will supply mallets and balls. Bring your own unicycle - any unicycle will do. Bring your own knee/elbow pads and antibiotic cream. Playing with us means you assume responsibility for all injuries you incur.

We like attention - just come and watch!

Prepare to sweat/swear like a Bastard. Remember - unicycles, not bikes

Hamilton, ubtumblr at gmail daht comm, www.unicyclebastards.com
FULL MOON NEKKID
Coe Circle, 3900 NE Glisan St Take Trimet
8:30pm - 10:30pm, Meet at 8:30, roll at 8:45
Ride naked under the full moon.

Moderate pace, we'll stay on quiet streets until dusk, then we'll venture out on busier streets.

Ker Nal And Past Tire

Friday June 13

WOODLAWN BREAKFAST CLUB FF
Holman Park, NE Holman and NE 13th Take Trimet
7:00am - 9:00am, When bike traffic slows down, we'll wrap things up.
Do you ride through Woodlawn in the morning? Stop by the Holman pocket park for coffee and treats hosted by Filmed by Bike (headquartered in Woodlawn) and Team Woodlawn. Free DVDs and stickers. Donations of morning treats gladly accepted!
Filmed By Bike, Ayleen at FilmedByBike daht oh are gee, FilmedByBike.org
BREAKFAST ON THE BRIDGES
Hawthorne, Burnside, and Lower Steel Bridges Take Trimet
7:00am - 9:00am
Stop for some coffee, treats, and camaraderie. Running late? We've got tardy slips! A Portland tradition since 2002.
Shift, bonb at lists.riseup daht nett, shift2bikes.org/wiki/bikefun:breakfast_on_the_bridges
PIE TIME FF
Laurelhurst City Park, SE Cesar E Chavez and Stark Street Take Trimet (We'll be near the kids play area; look for tall bikes)
2:00pm - 2:30pm
Do you love Pie?
I SAID "DO YOU LOVE PIE??" Pi?
That's what this ride is all about. The number 3.14 etc. and the Food!!
Starting [at] the kids play area at Laurelhurst:
We are going to ride and burn off as much energy as possible so we can fill our pie holes at the finish line! Bring a Helmet & Chalk as we will making stops to draw Pie on the sidewalks. Kids must ride with a parent. Fast pace & hills. 1/2 hr. We end at Pie spot for delicious pie & Story time: Bring at least $8 for balloons entertainment and food!

Olive Rootbeer & Dingo, iloverootbeer.dingo at gmail daht comm, oliveanddingo.com, 971-221-6715
HELP SCOTT (30) LEARN TO RIDE A BIKE FF
OMSI, 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland Take Trimet (OMSI South Parking Lot)
4:30pm - 6:00pm
Not everyone knows how to ride a bike - at least not this 30 year old. Come out at join the Cascade Web Development team (located in the graffiti trains on Water Ave. near OMSI) teach Scott how to ride a bike for the first time.

Give him your pro tips and have some laughs and drinks with us as we cheer him on. If you have a fun different bike you think might be entertaining for him to try out, bring it on!

Ginger Roberts
CAPOEIRA ROLLING RODA RIDE
Powell Park, SE 26th Ave and Powell Blvd Take Trimet
6:00pm
Capoeira movements, music and roda around town.  Starting at Powell Park in SE Portland and travelling to various capoeira hubs around the city.  Open to all members of the capoeira community as well as those interested in Afro-Brazilian culture and movement.
Rainha
SANTA RIDE 21+
Couch Park, NW Glisan St & Path Take Trimet
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Are you already missing Santacon? Do you love wearing red and white? Are you just so full of holiday cheer that you need to express it to the world?

This is the ride for you. It'll be pretty simple - just an easy ride with a couple of bar stops and surprises. Santa brings cash.

You must be in costume. Lippman may still have cheap Santa suits on sale this time of year. We may also have some to borrow - catch us on the Facebook event page to find out.

We might end earlier or later depending on what other rides are happening...

Pantsless Santa, zacharys at gmail daht comm, Facebook Event Page
FRI THE 13TH MOUNTAIN SHOP HAPPY HOUR/PUB CRAWL 21+
Mountain Shop, 1510 NE 37th Ave. Take Trimet
6:00pm

Mountain Shop Staff, www.mountainshop.net
PARADE FLOAT RIDE
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Turn your cargo bike, trailer or bicycle-like contraption into a parade float and go for a leisurely stroll throughout inner SE. bring some candy to throw. May crash Bowie vs. Prince ride.
Nature Boy, natureboy444 at yahoo daht comm, 503-501-1256
BACHELORETTE PARTY LAP DANCE RIDE 21+
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet (next to the tennis courts)
7:00pm
Ladies: dress raunchy and bring your dollar bills. Men: wear your best stripper attire and be prepared to give lap dances. Portable lap dance chair will be in tow. Slow pace. Stops planned at multiple strip clubs, with an end point at Lucky Devil on SE Powell.
Victoria Mattingly, victorialynneprescott at gmail daht comm
BOWIE (VS. PRINCE) RIDE
The Fields Neighborhood Park, NW 10th & NW Overton Take Trimet
7:00pm
Pick you popstar allegiance and we'll meet up for the battle of Team Bowie and Team Prince. Bicycle dance party on wheels. Loud stereo system and 80's dance music.

Come dressed as your favorite 80's Pop star and we'll cruise and dance at locations all over town. Slow pace with frequent dancin' stops. Bring lights. Bring a stereo system if you like- no such thing as too many.

This ride is not a loop and will meet up with the Midnight Mystery Ride.

Lilymonster, anomalily at gmail daht comm, AnomaLily.net, tweet  at anomalily or  at DirtyDiabloRide for live ride details
LOMOGRAPHY CYCLE
Sewall Crest Park, SE 32nd and SE Lincoln St, portland, OR Take Trimet (In the cul-de-sac on the S. side of the park)
7:30pm
An adventure in camera hacking and 35mm film! Ever see those slick analogue cameras and want to take some psychedelic experimental photos? You don't need to spend a bunch of money. Double exposures, filters, and light leaks- We'll learn how to Do-It-Yourself with a disposable camera and few tricks. Bring a cheap "single use" camera and your creativity. OPEN TO ALL FANS OF ANALOG FILM! While you're at it why don't you bring a toy camera? 4-shot? or a Polaroid? Planning on connecting with MMR afterwards
Eddie B., www.bearandshark.com
PRINCE (VS. BOWIE) RIDE
Sewallcrest Park, SE 31st Ave and Stephens St Take Trimet (Meet by the playground)
7:30pm, Rolling out about 8pm to rendezvous with Team Bowie
TEAM PRINCE Leg of the Classic Pedalpalooza Ride!
*Mobile Dance Party!

Rolling out [at]8 to meet Team Bowie, then off to the Midnight Mystery Ride!

Come run w/ the Devil dressed in your best 80's garb or pop star of the era and we'll rendezvous with Team BOWIE for a fabulous dance party!

I'll be rocking a kick-ass sound-system & the best "The Artist" & "The Thin White Duke" have to offer, plus my favorite 80's jams!

SLOW pace
Not a loop!

Bring Lights! Wear PURPLE! Ride at Own Risk!

*Continuation of the lighthearted protest & principles of http://pdxwnbr.org/why/ but without nudity ;)

Diablo, FaceBook Event
THE LITTLE LEBOWSKI URBAN ACHIEVERS RIDE
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet (near the tennis courts)
CANCELED Moved to June 14
We are lovers of Lebowski, bikers of the city with the necessary means for a necessary means for taking 'er easy. Come out with your best costume or a robe if you are a lazy man. We promise no funny stuff. There will be reenactments of various scenes of the movie at 6-8 parks throughout the city. Come and take notes for us. Naturally, we shall end at the lanes and roll a game or two at Grand Central Bowling on SE Belmont where there will be discounts on White Russians at the bar.
RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/397566693717648/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming

J. Quintana, epr_111 at yahoo daht comm
MIDNIGHT MYSTERY RIDE
East Portland Eagles Lodge, 4904 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97215 Take Trimet (Come inside before the ride!)
11:59pm, At midnight, we ride!
*Some people may have the incorrect address for this ride. Please spread the word to EVERYONE you can that the ride starts on Hawthorne.*
The MMR meets the second Friday of every month. Each month there is a new leader and the ride departs from a different bar every time. This month the Eagles Lodge is opening up just for us, so plan on arriving early to enjoy a drink and support them. Please amass in the parking lot prior to the ride. At midnight we follow the leader to a mystery outdoor location. Please do not pass the leader.

Team Midnight, midnightmysteryridePDX at gmail daht comm, midnightmysteryride.wordpress.com

Saturday June 14

POPCORN PLAZA: SE CLINTON & 26TH POP-UP PLAZA FF
SE Clinton St & 26th Ave Intersection, SE 26th Avenue & SE Clinton Street Take Trimet
8:00am - 8:00pm, Saturday & Sunday
A temporary weekend long reclamation of excess street space (by the Clinton Street Theater) transformed into community public space with umbrellas, planters, movable tables and chairs. The newly formed Better Block PDX has come together to create inviting and interactive public spaces around Portland that challenge the notion that streets are only for cars. Supported by Umbrella 501(c)3 (the same fine people that bring you Shift and WNBR). Free.
Jon Winslow, BetterBlockPDX.org
BIKE CHURCH BIKE SWAP
Bike Barn, 328 NE Mason St. Take Trimet (The Big Red Bike Barn)
9:00am - 2:00pm
We are hosting the first annual bike swap, rain or shine. Bring your playa bikes, Frankenbikes, hacks, beaters, 3 speeds, vintage Schwinn, old French and Italian steel rides, or your regular old mountain or road bike, and parts thereof for some slinging.

Check out the facebook page for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1450820745157623/

Johnnie O., rejuicedbikes at gmail daht comm, https://www.facebook.com/events/1450820745157623
BIKES FOR HUMANITY VOLUNTEER REPAIR CLINICS FF
B4HPDX Store, 3354 SE Powell Blvd. Portland Oregon Take Trimet
10:00am - 6:00pm, Every Saturday
Bikes For Humanity PDX(B4HPDX) is a charitable service project aimed at providing our community affordable refurbished bikes, repair classes & workshop space.
Volunteers meet M-W 2-9pm, Th-F 12pm-6pm, and Sat 10am-6pm, to refurbish donated bikes for recirculation within PDX community. Every 2 hours volunteered earns 1 hour free use of pro shop for your own project.
Financial aid and earn-a-bike programs available to help everyone afford a bike.

See full details at www.b4hpdx.org

*b4hpdx.org is fiscally sponsored by ImpactNW, a 501(c)3 public charity.

Steven, b4hpdx at gmail daht comm, Bikes For Humanity PDX
4TH ANNUAL SANDLOT RIDE
Irving Park, NE 7th Ave and Fargo St, Portland Take Trimet
10:00am - 12:00pm, GAME AFTERWARDS 3-4 hours of additional fun.
Dust off your glove and join the PCBC for a leisurely tour through N and NE Portland sight-seeing the local baseball fields.  Begins and ends at Irving Park on the baseball diamond.  Come meet new friends, and join the Portland Community Baseball Confederacy for a pick-up game afterwards.  First 50 riders get a bag of sunflower seeds.  Gloveless?  Don't fret, we've got extras.
Phil Niekro, https://www.facebook.com/groups/429646160444434
STUB STEWART BIKE CAMPING WITH CYCLE WILD
Stub Stewart State Park, Banks-Vernonia Trail Take Trimet (meet up location will be e-mailed to registrants)
10:00am, Overnight trip, returning Sunday

Cycle Wild, info at cyclewild daht oh are gee, www.cyclewild.org, erinne.goodell at cyclewild daht oh are gee; goodsterman at yahoo daht comm
DEUTSCHE RADFAHRT IV
Portland Aerial Tram, 3303 SW Bond Avenue Take Trimet
10:00am
Treffpunkt: Talstation der Seilbahn!  Wir fahren den Fluss entlang bis zum Fields Park im Pearl Bezirk und geniessen nachher Pizza & Bier bei Hot Lips/Laughing Planet.  3303 SW Bond Ave --> 721 NW 9th Ave.  Themen: Transport, Geschichte, Architektur, Kunst, Raumzeitverbindungen
Der Phasmide, soundofharmony at hotmail daht comm, www.zeitgeistnorthwest.org
GROUP ACUPUNCTURE CHARITY EVENT
Shift Wellness PDX, 8040 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR Take Trimet
10:00am - 4:00pm
Community style acupuncture to support the Community Cycling Center.  All proceeds donate to the Community Cycling Center, suggested donation is $15.00
Abraham Hawkins, shiftwellnesspdx at gmail daht comm, www.shiftwellnesspdx.com, 503-841-6079
POCKET LIBRARY RIDE FF
10:30am - 12:00pm
I love all of Portland's pocket libraries!  Give a book, take a book.  From the small 5 book libraries to a life size Tardis, a time machine from the BBC series "Dr. Who".  Join us for a mid-morning joy ride to several inner SE pocket libraries.  Please bring some book to share!
Lance Poehler, lancepoehler at gmail daht comm, 32nd Ave Tardis Library
STAR WARS VS. STAR TREK RIDE
OMSI, 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland Take Trimet (parking lot)
11:30am, Blast-off at noon!
You're looking for an answer.  It's the question that drives us.  It's the question that brought you here.  Star Wars, or Star Trek?  Can the Millennium Falcon outrun the Enterprise?  Which is more powerful, proton or photon torpedoes?
Dress yourself and/or your bike up in your Starfleet best or your Rebel duds and join us for Star Wars vs. Star Trek: Year 5: The Empire Bikes Back!

Luke Kirk, Twitter  at starwarstartrek
THE SOUND OF MUSIC SING-A-LONG RIDE FF
Overlook Park, N Interstate Ave and Fremont St Take Trimet (Meet on the grassy hill overlooking the park near the intersection of N Melrose Dr and N Overlook Blvd)
12:00pm, Ride is not the whole movie! Just the songs we sing, plus riding time between parks.
A bike version of the Sound of Music sing-a-long Cinema 21 sometimes presents! Ride from park to park singing songs from the 1965 Julie Andrews movie with the help of a mobile audio/video system. One park for every song (or two). If you want, come dressed as your favorite thing or character from the movie. Song lyrics provided on screen and on printed handouts, and all singing abilities are welcome! The ride is seven Von Trapp family children miles long and ends at the intersection of SE Belmont St & SE 43rd Ave.
Tom, nagitpo at gmail daht comm
ALTERNATIVE LIBRARY RIDE
Laurelhurst Park, SE Cesar E Chavez Take Trimet (North side of the pond)
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Libraries aren't just for books! The sharing economy is growing in Portland and beyond!

This ride will introduce you to the libraries that share tools, kitchen appliances, seeds, and more for free! Mobile refreshments will be shared. Residents of SE and NE PDX can become members of the libraries we visit (so bring ID and a recent piece of mail.)

We'll meet at the end of the Pocket Library Ride, so check out that one too! We'll bike around 8 miles and will not end at the starting point.

Robin, Info at kitchenshare daht oh are gee, Kitchen Share, 503-964-3362
TRYON CREEK WATERSHED STREAM RESTORATION TOUR
Riverdale Highschool, 9727 SW Terwilliger Blvd Take Trimet
12:30pm - 4:30pm
Check out stream restoration projects in the Tryon Creek Watershed.  We'll visit new and old projects to get a feel for what a site looks like at various stages of ecological restoration.  You'll get to see some secret greenspaces and nice normally inaccessible creek vistas worth the ride.  The route will include hills and requires reasonable fitness of you and your bike.  Inflate those tires!  Some of the ride will be on roads without a bikelane; helmets are required and bright clothing is recommended.  9 miles, 850 feet elevation gain.  Rain or shine.
Tryon Creek Watershed Council, TryonCreekWC at gmail daht comm, Tryon Creek Watershed Council, 541-921-7394
SECRET SOCIETY RIDE: FREEMASON LODGES AND SYMBOLS
Wilhelm's Memorial Mausoleum, 6705 SE 14th Ave, Portland, OR Take Trimet
1:00pm - 5:00pm
Starting at Wilhelm's Memorial Mausoleum in Sellwood, join us on a guided tour of Freemason Lodges and hunt for esoteric symbols in all four quadrants of Portland, ending at The Secret Society at 116 NE Russell St, where all who complete recieve a 1st Degree Bike Ring. Any local history buffs are welcome and their contributions are appreciated. Velvet cloaks are optional.
Emily Hall, skatingonthinice12 at yahoo daht comm, 503-880-9795
BELLIGERANTE HISTORY RIDE 21+
1:00pm
Leisurely ride through S.W downtown then over to S.E and continuing to the plateau of N.E, patriotic paraphernalia
encouraged! Flag day finish celebration at undisclosed N.E location. All bikes welcome. T

Ted Shred
EAST VANCOUVER SUBURBAN OUTCAST RIDE WA
Vancouver New Seasons, 2100 SE 164th Ave, Vancouver Take Trimet
1:00pm
Does suburbia frown on you? Wondering why you don't fit in? Join us for a medium long (15 miles ish, possible to drop off earlier), as flat as possible, fun and frolick ride along east Vancouvers 'un-suburban' sights and people!
Bring stuff to knit bomb the community garden, a t-shirt for artful commemorative adorning, some cash for winery, swim- or birthday suit for hot tubbing.
Vancouver = helmets required :(
OUTCAST ATTIRE ENCOURAGED :)

Rich And Tina
SOUTHEAST SMALL MANUFACTURING TOUR
Mudshark Studios/Eutectic Gallery, 1930 NE Oregon St. Take Trimet
2:00pm
Viva the small manufacturing revolution!
Join a group of makers on a leisurely ~10 mile tour throughout SE (and a slight duck into NE). Get a guided tour of at least four different small manufacturing studios, using different materials like clay, wood, leather, and fabric.
More details and a route map available at: https://www.facebook.com/events/142445559259221/
At the last stop, we'll enjoy SE-made Salt and Straw ice cream and Masala Pop Indian-spiced popcorn, fire up the grill on the patio and toast to the small manufacturing revolution happening right here in Portland!

Walnut Studiolo, walnutstudiolo at gmail daht comm, walnutstudiolo.com, 503-447-6889
MID-DAY MYSTERY RIDE
Grant High School, 2245 NE 36th Ave Take Trimet (by the tennis courts!)
2:00pm, meet at 2, ride at 2:20!
Ten-plus miles of fun, unusual routes, including mildly rough terrain. Ends at a great outdoor spot. Maybe bring snacks?
Jaya, jaya.jeptha at gmail daht comm, 503-380-2573
STARTUP SWAG RIDE
Vera Katz statue on the East Bank Espanade, SE Eastbank Esplanade and Main St Take Trimet
3:00pm
Close your MacBook, throw on your favorite startup swag and join your fellow hackers, hustlers, hipsters, entrepreneurs and wantrepreneurs for a leisurely ride around PDX's hot startup scene. Then stick around for drinks at a super-secret after-party location (e.g. haven't decided on a location yet).

Don't have any swag? There's a good chance a few folks will be handing out some t-shirts, stickers, etc.

We're meeting on the East Bank Esplanade by the Vera Katz statue. Coding, testing, building, pushing, and/or bug-hunting prohibited during the ride.

Aaron Kaffen, aaron at cloudability daht comm, RSVP to get updates about the ride!
SCALE OF THE UNIVERSE FF
Japanese American Historical Plaza, Waterfront at NW Couch Take Trimet
3:00pm
If the sun is as big as our bike wheel, how far is Neptune? Let's bike there and find out! Fun fact filled ride along the waterfront. Easy ride, bring your kids. Not a loop. Astronauts and aliens welcome! Bring your favorite planet poetry or art or just come along for the ride.
FLUX, a.q.frankenstein at gmail daht comm
LITTLE BIKES GO TO GIGANTIC BREWING 21+
Holladay Park, NE Multnomah betw NE 11th & 13th Take Trimet (You'll be able to find us pretty easily. We'll be the ones with folding bikes.)
3:00pm
Love folding bikes? Meet at Holladay Park at 3pm June 14. Roll out around 3:30pm for a casual ride along the Eastbank Esplanade and through SE to Gigantic Brewing. We'll fill the "big" brewery with little bikes! Bromptons, Terns, Bike Fridays, Citizens, and all folding bikes, new and old, are welcome, but not required. Join us even if your bike doesn't bend. Kids welcome at the park and on the ride. Folding families might find an alternate end location nearby if there's interest.
Will Vanlue, vanlue at gmail daht comm
SUNNY NEKKID II
Coe Circle, 3900 NE Glisan St Take Trimet
3:00pm
Ride naked or "bare as you dare."  Work on that tan, those quads, and enjoy body-acceptance.  Bring paint, protest signs.  

We'll ride through all 5 quadrants of Portland.  We'll take a break halfway through, bring snacks to share.

No photos by ride participants.

Past Tire And Ker Nal
FLAKE RIDE
Somewhere in the SE, maybe NE? Take Trimet (Don't worry, I'll TOTALLY be there!)
CANCELED Moved to June 21
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! So uh, for reals, yeah, this ride'll be great.  Unless we don't show up...  'Cause you know, life gets busy, man.Frosted or regular?  NO stops, so BYO milk.
Cornelius And Tony
MORRISSEY MOBILE DISCO 21+
Salmon Street Springs Fountain, SW Naito Pkwy & Salmon St Take Trimet (Ring around the fountain...)
CANCELED Moved to June 6
Ringing in the first weekend of Pedalpalooza: the 4th Annual Morrissey Mobile Disco! A celebration of anglophilia & too many feelings, exercised the only way we know how: with bikes & mobile soundsystems, dancing & imbibing.  Come sporting pompadours and glasses, Smiths t-shirts, your best-looking suit, or dapper attire of any era. Bring yr mobile sound systems and spirits (ennui & gladiolus are optional accessories).

Special guests performances, a look-alike contest, and a late-night dance party. Meets at 6, leaves 7, goes late, not a loop. Shoplifters of the world unite!

Rhienna, rhienna at gmail daht comm, FB Event, Twitter:  at djrhienna
BIKE MECHANIC CHALLENGE
6:30pm - 9:30pm
Which bike shop has the best bicycle mechanics in the city? Find out at the Bike Mechanic Challenge, a benefit for the Community Cycling Center. Professional mechanics will compete in a series of fun events in front of a live audience. There will be food carts, beer, and a Bike Friday cargo bike raffle. Cheering and heckling are encouraged!
Bring $10 to donate at the door, with a discounted rate for bicycle industry workers of $5.

Community Cycling Center, lillian.karabaic at communitycyclingcenter daht oh are gee, Bike Mechanic Challenge online, 503-288-8864
SUNSET MYSTERY RIDE
Mt. Scott Park, SE 72nd & Harold, Portland, OR 97206 Take Trimet
6:30pm
Meet up and ride to a mystery destination to watch the sunset. Be prepared to relax and hang out at our destination (blankets, snacks and libations encouraged).  There will not be a supply stop, but a mini mart is conveniently located near the starting point.  

Also, it gets cool quickly as the sun sets so, even if it's a glorious day, be sure to bring warmth (jacket, gloves, etc). Ride will be under 6 miles and is not a loop.  Advice for your return route gladly given.

Sekhmet, https://www.facebook.com/events/321006124717589
BLAQPAKS GRAND OPENING & EPIC RIDE FF
BlaqPaks World HQ, SE 11th Ave and Division Take Trimet (Ford Building Suite 117)
7:00pm - 1:00am, Ride at 11 leaving from BlaqPaks
Come join us for our grand opening and 7th anniversary celebration! Entertainment for the whole crew including live art, music, food, and drink. At the conclusion of the party we'll set off on what we promise is the most epic Pedalpalooza ride this year. Not far, not fast, but definitely the ride everyone will be talking about after. Destination is a strict secret. Fun starts at 7 pm, ride at 11.
Jeremy, jeremy at blaqdesign daht comm, BlaqPaks
THE LITTLE LEBOWSKI URBAN ACHIEVERS RIDE
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet (near the tennis courts)
8:00pm
We are lovers of Lebowski, bikers of the city with the necessary means for a necessary means for taking 'er easy. Come out with your best costume or a robe if you are a lazy man. We promise no funny stuff. There will be reenactments of various scenes of the movie at 6-8 parks throughout the city. Come and take notes for us. Naturally, we shall end at the lanes and roll a game or two at Grand Central Bowling on SE Belmont where there will be discounts on White Russians at the bar.
RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/397566693717648/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming

J. Quintana, epr_111 at yahoo daht comm
GENDER*BENDER 21+
Crush Bar, 1400 SE Morrison Street Take Trimet
9:00pm, At 10:30p we ride.
A bicycle ride for gender*benders in support of the LGBTQ community and those wishing to explore more.

Drag your Queen, Drag your King & everything in between as we celebrate Portland Pride -&- Pedalpalooza.

The ride will be a casual pace  and ends at the BlowPony dance party at Rotture ($10)( http://www.rotture.com/event/163802 )

UPDATE:

Gender*Benders:
Glow me and you, too.

BRING: bike lights, glowsticks, flashlights and all varieties of illumination.

https://www.facebook.com/events/519965164775711/

*

Jessie Queerious, jessiequeerious at gmail daht comm, BlowPony
THE WARRIORS RIDE
Expo Center MAX Station, 2060 N Marine Dr Take Trimet
11:00pm, Ride departs at 11:30 PM sharp
An epic ride of courage, comradery, and endurance. Rally your Krew, don your team colors/costumes and prepare for the ultimate tour of Portland. Many surprises and challenges await you and your Krew! Who will survive? Who will disappear into the night? Want to know more of what to expect? Watch "The Warriors" movie. More details on the facebook event! www.facebook.com/events/711389302233601
J Ryde, Jacob at SaintFurniture daht comm, www.facebook.com/events/711389302233601

Sunday June 15

POPCORN PLAZA: SE CLINTON & 26TH POP-UP PLAZA FF
SE Clinton St & 26th Ave Intersection, SE 26th Avenue & SE Clinton Street Take Trimet
8:00am - 8:00pm, Saturday & Sunday
A temporary weekend long reclamation of excess street space (by the Clinton Street Theater) transformed into community public space with umbrellas, planters, movable tables and chairs. The newly formed Better Block PDX has come together to create inviting and interactive public spaces around Portland that challenge the notion that streets are only for cars. Supported by Umbrella 501(c)3 (the same fine people that bring you Shift and WNBR). Free.
Jon Winslow, BetterBlockPDX.org
BIKE MILWAUKIE- MILWAUKIE TO PORTLAND AND BACK
9:30am
Bike Milwaukie leads monthly rides most of the year and for our June ride we will head from downtown Milwaukie up the Springwater Trail and cross the Hawthorne Bridge. From there we will head south and ride on the Moody Ave cycle path, check out the immense bike parking at the base of the OHSU Tram, and see the Gibbs St pedestrian bridge. We will continue heading south and come back over the Sellwood bridge.

We will leave City Hall at 9:30am and our ride should last around 2.5-3 hours, ending back at City Hall. Please bring water and a spare tube, and consider wearing a helmet.

Bike Milwaukie, bikemilwaukie at gmail daht comm, bikemilwaukie.com
ZOOBOMB CENTURY
Logs of Indecision, SW Knights Blvd and Wildwood trail Take Trimet
CANCELED Moved to June 8
ZOOBOMB's annual death ride is back! 100 miles of downhill on a 16" kid's bike. Only minibikes place in the top 3. All bikes, boards, contraptions welcome to challenge. BBQ, prizes, grudges, medics!

How it works: Bring a bike, helmet (fullface=cheap dental insurance), MAX ticket. Maps with routes provided. Bomb all day until Zoobomb time. How fast are you? It'll take a while. Record your miles on the scoreboard. Grill on the hill.

Where? Take the MAX to Washington Park, go right til you hit Century HQ at the logs on top of the stairs.

Why? TO BE A CENTURION! RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK

Johnnie O., rejuicedbikes at gmail daht comm
SHRINE RIDE
Zoobomb Pile, SW 13th Ave & W Burnside Take Trimet
11:00am, we will linger for a short while at the pile...
this ride will offer an opportunity to put your faith in bikes to the test! Be prepared to endure streetcar tracks, no legal sidewalk bailing, and the potential heat. Those who are willing to show their devotion to bicycling by facing down W Burnside, the SE industrial area, and the stark reality of how fragile we really all are (we will visit shrines to riders who have crossed that great finish line in the sky), will receive their reward! -Sunday bike ride pace-
Jimmy Tardy, jvt2b at yahoo daht comm
WILLAMETTE RIVER: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
12:00pm
Join the Human Access Project and the People's Water Trust campaign as we take a tour of our largest public space: our mighty Willamette River.

We will talk about a little of everything! Including: rivershed ecology, past and present significance to indigenous communities, pollution and commerce, and ways to get involved in healing our rivershed.

Bring plenty of water, sunscreen, smiles, and a bathing suit!

Human Access Project And People's Water Trust, robert.jonah.majure at gmail daht comm, humanaccessproject.com; peopleswatertrust.org
RANG BARSE RIDE OF COLORS! FF
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet
12:00pm - 2:30pm
Rang Barse bike ride of colors!

Inspired by the Indian "Festival of Colors", this should be one of the most colorful rides of Pedalpalooza 2014!
Join us on a ride though Portland, pelting each other with colored powders, and getting pelted in return!

Due to limited space here, details are on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/620081638086447/

Browse, browse at badexample daht oh are gee, tweet  at brauhze for live ride details
VANVOUVER VINTAGE WA
Esther Short Park, W 6th and Columbia Take Trimet (near the clock tower)
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Meet at Esther Short Park, Washington's oldest public square with your vintage bike and join in a short loop through town.  All eras & types are welcome or even if you just like old bikes but do not have one.
Matthew, matthewvilhauer at yahoo daht comm
BMX/PSBMX STREET RIDE
lumberyard bike park, 2700 ne 82nd ave 97220 Take Trimet (just meet in the parking lot... no fees)
12:00pm, trying to leave around 12 or 12:30
BMX/PSBMX/MTB street ride. We actually dont care what bike you are on, come join us!! We are meeting at the lumberyard bike park at noon and taking off from there.
Levi Weert, leviweert at gmail daht comm
HARDCOURT BIKE POLO
Alberta Park, NE Killingsworth + NE 22nd Avenue Take Trimet
1:00pm
Portland Bike Polo plays in Portland, OR at Alberta Park almost every Sunday afternoon, rain or shine, since 2002. Depending on interest, we play on any number of other days as well!
Check us out on Facebook for more info.

Bike Polo is pretty simple. To play, choose two teams of three, get to your respective goal lines with the ball in the middle of the court, sprint to the ball, and try your darndest to score a goal. Once you score, go back to half court and wait for the ball to enter play by crossing the goal line. Play to five goals.

We are always looking for new players, so come on out

PORTLAND BIKE POLO
A RIDING TOUR OF ANKH-MORPORTLAND
Eastbank Esplanade, just north of Hawthorne Bridge, 5 SE Madison St, Portland Take Trimet
1:00pm
Explore the teeming city of Ankh-Morportland as we ride in celebration of all things Discworld.  Casual pace, several stops, not a loop.  Costumes are strongly encouraged and will be rewarded.  Ride will end at the Mended Drum - bring cash for drinks and make sure your will is updated in case of angry trolls.

If you have interesting ideas for discworld-related stops in portland, please email us!  kotoristudio[at]gmail.com

Twoflower, kotoristudio at gmail daht comm
CITY REPAIR INTERSECTION REPAIR TOUR FF
N Overlook Blvd & N Failing St. Take Trimet
1:00pm - 6:00pm
Join City Repair's 2014 tour of new Intersection Repairs, Nat Bldg & Urban Ag projects...all ending in a Cob-Oven Pizza Party!  At City Repair, we focus on building common gathering places so communities can find their strength to tackle today's myriad of issues from Climate Change, to building local resilient systems. We'll begin our journey in Overlook & meander through this great city visiting the newly constructed sites before ending at Site # 34 ManifestStation (2020 SE Bush) to try out their brand spankin' new Cob Oven! Donations for a personal pie. Beer & Cider available.
City Repair , ted at cityrepair daht oh are gee , vbc.cityrepair.org
TWINS & MULTIPLES RIDE FF
1:30pm
Twin babies in a cargo bike? Triplet teens on tall bikes? Senior quads on recumbents?  You were born with your twin/ multiples. Bring them for a ride. Celebrate your womb mate(s). The ride will end at a park. Games, fun, picnic.

The ride is not a loop. The route is a 3 1/2 mile ride on (mostly) low traffic residential streets. This will be a slower social ride.

This ride is weather dependent. Heavy rain will postpone the ride. Watch the online Pedalpalooza Calendar.

Gregg, woodlawntrees at gmail daht comm
CANCELLED: ROBOT UPRISING!
Robo Taco, 607 SE Morrison Take Trimet (Please do not vaporize customers before the uprising begins.)
2:45pm, Robots are never late!
Sorry, the rain is incompatible with our circuits.  We will reschedule at a later date.
Myklebot, mykle-robot at mykle daht comm
BACK DOWN THE ALLEY
Creston Pool, 4454 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR 97206 Take Trimet
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Let's explore the back alleys of SE Portland.  So many interesting dirt sections right here in the city.  Pick out great blackberry bushes, early in the year.
No lycra and a medium pace, high fun ride that will venture out into sorta outer SE Portland.
Pretty much a loop.

Bike Fun
HOMEBREWS AND COMMUNITY GARDENS
Two Plum Park, NE 7th ave Take Trimet (Between Shaver and Mason)
4:00pm - 9:00pm, Ride meets at 4, leaves at 4:30. We'll be taking multiple stops, which takes time, but there'll definitely be a fun amount of biking. Ride will end and BBQ will start around sunset. Stay as long as you like.
Bring your homebrew concoctions to share as we bike around to 4 or 5 different community gardens, talking about brewing and gardeing techniques. Two fun, interesting, and DIY activities that help put yummy things into our bellies :)  Bring BBQ fixins for a sunset BBQ at the end location.  

Don't forget a few smaller glasses (shot glasses, tumblers, etc) for easy-access to taste-testing.  Also, if you don't have any/much homebrew you are still welcome to come.  Just bring a favorite beverage and surely everything will work out just fine!   And helmets!

Bobby & Rachel, zinia28 at hotmail daht comm
DEAD HEAD RIDE
Saint Stephen Catholic Church, 1112 SE 41st Avenue, Portland OR 97214 Take Trimet
4:30pm, Ride leaves at 5pm
Put on your tie dye. Sport your Steelie. Wear rings on your fingers and bells your shoes. Lets roll away to the sweet sounds of the Grateful Dead. Gather at St. Stephen Church [at] 41st & Salmon.
Fannie
OPEN SHOP NIGHT AT CITYBIKES
6:00pm - 9:00pm, February 23, March 9, March 23, April 6, April 20, May 4, May 18, June 1, June 15, June 29, July 13, July 27, August 10, August 24, September 7 and 21, October 5 and 19

John Rutman, www.CityBikes.coop
ZOOBOMB
Zoobomb Pyle, SW 13th Ave & W Burnside Take Trimet
8:30pm, Every Sunday
Zoobomb is long running weekly bike event that meets every Sunday around 8:30PM near (13th & SW Burnside) in Portland OR. Bring a bike, MAX fare (2.50), bike lights, and any safety gear you need. Borrow a 16" from our Library. We ride down hills.
It's a good time and you WILL have fun!
MINI BIKES ENCOURAGED - ALL BIKES WELCOME
HELMETS ARE A GOOD IDEA
* RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK *
LEAVE NO TRACE

Zoobomb, zoobomb at zoobomb daht nett, zoobomb.net

Monday June 16

THAT 70'S SHOW
City Hall, 1221 SW 4th Ave Take Trimet
4:30pm - 7:00pm

Michael Wade, wade.michael at Comcast daht nett, 503-314-1018
SWING BIKE RIDE 21+
Apex, 1216 SE Division Take Trimet
5:30pm - 8:30pm, flexible on start and end times, for flexible bikes
Have a Swing Bike?  Let's ride!  Calling all swing bikes, custom or manufactured, dangerous, or less dangerous.

Meet up at Apex, then bike around to some favorites spots for curb riding, smooth tarmac, and no traffic.  Maybe a late-night Zoobomb swinger style?!

Meet at 5:30 or earlier, have a beer or soda, depart at 6:30

Non swingers welcome if they want to try it out or watch the awesomeness

FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1563154980577530/

FB Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/pdxswingbikes/

EricIvy, PDX Swing Bike Ride on Facebook
CARGO BIKES TO CAKES FF
FINISH AT: Piece of Cake Bakery, 8306 SE 17th Avenue Portland, OR 97202 Take Trimet
6:00pm - 8:00pm
START AT SKIDMORE FOUNTAIN DOWNTOWN AT 6PM
Show off your cargo bike and earn those calories with a ride along the East Bank Esplanade to Piece of Cake Bakery. Passenger seats, XtraCycles, kids, DIY, and improvised cargo solutions are encouraged! Let's see all the ingenious cargo solutions handy Portlanders can come up with. Longest track stand on a (two wheel) cargo bike earns a slice of cake of their choice! Ride will be lead by the 2011 Oregon Manifest second place winning ultimate urban utility bike.

The Beebe Company, silasbeebe at hotmail daht comm, 503-734-7561
CANADIAN PRIDE ROLLER HOCKEY RIDE
6:00pm
Join us in celebrating our Norther neighbours and play some good ol Canucklehead Street Hockey in (Princess) Alberta Park! Bring skates or run on feet, we have extra sticks.  All skill levels welcome! We skate every Monday that has dry pavement! Afterwards, we pedal to grab food or drinks!
Saul T. Scrapper, saultscrapper at gmail daht comm, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Portland-Roller-Hockey/186538884697065, 360-510-1818
CULLY BAR CRAWL 21+
Bottles, 5015 N.E. Fremont Take Trimet
6:30pm, Meet at 6:30 leave at 7:00
Our 5th year of hitting the best of what Cully has to offer. We'll be crashing 6-10 dive bars ending at karaoke so you better be able to hold your alcohol. What happens in Cully stays in Cully.

Please ride responsibly.

Sara Sparkle
FOSTER ROAD BIKE BAR CRAWL 21+
Eagle Eye Tavern, 5836 SE 92nd Ave Take Trimet
7:00pm, At 7:30 we ride!
Come experience SE Portland pub culture by plummeting head-first into the depths of it: Foster Road.  Hit up 6-10 bars is one night, from the up and coming Eagle Eye and Starday to the old Foster favorites New Copper Penny and Smokeys Tavern.

Ride up Foster Road and surrounding streets. Ride: flat, <3mi, touring w/ many stops. End point: 52nd Ave (one way ride, will ride/guide back to start if interested). Bring lock, lights, Cash, ID.

Please ride responsibly.

Nick, nick at fosterunited daht oh are gee, Foster United, 503-421-8327
THE MAGICAL HISTORY TOUR
Below the Portlandia Statue, 1120 SW 5th Ave. Take Trimet
7:00pm - 9:00pm, We might go more than 2 hours, but leave when you like.
Join Pedal Bike Tours for a night of Beatles-themed Portland History.  We'll jam out to some relevant tunes as we cruise the city streets in search of historic places about town.  The ride will be moderately paced and open to all.  Bring lights.  Helmets are recommended.
Scott Klees, scott at pedalbiketours daht comm, www.pedalbiketours.com, Please email if you have questions!, 503-243-2453
ET RIDE
7:00pm
Okay, so some of us are gonna dress up as kids and some as feds.  The feds will chase the kids through the streets as the kids try to get E.T. home.  Everyone will carry water pistols.  Feel free to bring your own personal E.T.
Kate, kate.laudermilk at gmail daht comm, 503-545-2665

Tuesday June 17

A NICE LONG RIDE 3
Metropolis Cycles, 2249 N Williams Ave Take Trimet (Meeting on Page St - the little side street)
11:00am
Hey friends!  We missed last year but let's get back on the Nice Long Ride train, for the THIRD TIME!!  Can you believe it?  ME EITHER.  We'll meet at METROPOLIS CYCLES at 11am.  We keep a pretty easy pace - I have a heavy-ass steel bike and if you zip ahead of me, you'll be LOST, LOST in the WILDS of Portland!  Moderate hills.  Loop-ish.
Rachel, 503-422-6171
SUPER HERO ADVENTURE FF
Woodstock City Park, SE 47th Ave and Harold Street Take Trimet (We'll be near the kids play area; look for tall bikes)
2:00pm - 2:30pm, We may leave a little later no later than 2:15pm
This Ride has everything. Costumes. Music. Flying through the city with the wind in our capes!
Pace will be medium but kids need to be experienced riders or riding with adult. Most of the ride will be downhill lower SE and Reed college area with tall biking Portland local clowns who want to save the planet! Let's be all we can & make a difference in our community!
We'll end at Forum Cafe on 28th and Holgate blvd for food, kids music and entertainment. So parents bring at least $8 for food and performers etc!

Olive Rootbeer & Dingo, iloverootbeer.dingo at gmail daht comm, oliveanddingo.com, 971-221-6715
BTA OPEN HOUSE
BTA HQ, 618 NW Glisan, Suite 401, Portland. Take Trimet
4:30pm - 6:30pm
Join us at the BTA Office for a Pedalpalooza Open House.  We'll have drinks and light snacks and would love to catch up with you before you head off to the next event on your personal bike fun calendar.  Several staff will be on hand to talk about what campaigns we're currently most excited to be working on.
Bicycle Transportation Alliance, stephanie at btaoregon daht oh are gee, www.btaoregon.org
MIDWEEK BIKE CAMPING TO OXBOW
TBA, TBA Take Trimet (Register to get full meet up details.)
5:00pm, Depart MAX at 5:30pm, return to PDX late morning
Whether you're "funemployed" or can get off work a little early, a quick little weekday camping excursion is a lot of fun. A 10 mile ride (approx.) from the MAX in Gresham to Oxbow on the Sandy. Moderate traffic/terrain. We should get there before dark, but remember bike lights. You can probably make it to work on time Wednesday! Campsites $22/night, divvied up appropriately. Bring all the things you would need for an overnight camping trip. Previous bike camping experience recommended. Grocery stop in Gresham.  Limited to 15 people, register here: http://oxbowjune2014s24o.eventbrite.com/
Shawn, urbanadventureleague.wordpress.com
PUB CRAWL IN SPANISH 21+
Spanish bar crawl, 1445 NW 26th Ave Portland, OR 97210 Take Trimet (Chapman Elementary School (Corner of NW 26th Ave and NW Pettygrove St)
5:30pm - 7:30pm
BICYCLE SCAVENGER HUNT WA
Torque Coffee Roasters, 501 Columbia Street Vancouver, Washington 98660 Take Trimet
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Join the Destination Downtown team at 5:30 pm, Tuesday, June 17 at Torque Coffee Roasters for this free bicycle scavenger hunt in downtown Vancouver. Stick around after the ride at 6:30 pm at Torque Coffee Roasters for food, prizes, and a slideshow of photos taken on the ride. All ages are welcome! Please bring your helmet.
Destination Downtown, derek.hofbauer at cityofvancouver daht you ess, www.mydestinationdowntown.com/index.htm, 360-487-7738
MELODIC POP RIDE
Powell City Park, SE 26th Ave and Powell Blvd Take Trimet (NW Corner on the Field)
6:00pm
"Sweet dreams till sunbeams find you
Sweet dreams that leave all worries behind you
But in your dreams whatever they be
Dream a little dream of me"

The overall theme for ride is melodic pop music from the sixties and seventies. We'll ride to the sounds of sunshine pop, baroque pop, bubblegum, folk, rock and roll, british invasion, country music, and a bit of power pop. Join us if you like sweet melodies, harmonized vocals, excellent songwriting, and the occasional absolutely ridiculous novelty song. Rain or shine (but check the event page just in case).

Erin And Alex, apbrey at gmail daht comm, Facebook Event Page
FRISBEE --> BIKE RIDE --> DISC GOLF
Peninsula City Park, N Ainsworth St & N Albina Ave Take Trimet (We'll be *near* the Rose Garden)
6:00pm
Start with regular frisbee (bring one if you've got one), show up ready to toss at Peninsula Park.

We'll likely show up early to enjoy the park and some tossin' - but we definitely plan to be there by 6pm, aiming to leave sometime after 6:15pm.

We'll bike to Pier Park up in North Portland. Get your disc golf on there (be sure to bring your own discs)! Play as long as you want. The ride ends there, so plan your own route back and be sure to bring bike lights.

We aren't pros by any means - we just like to toss discs in the woods.

FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/857466484269191/

Kirk & Erinne, kirk.paulsen at gmail daht comm, 503-858-2042
HOT FOR TEACHER RIDE
Apex, 1216 SE Division Take Trimet
CANCELED
Hot for teacher ride
Kate, kate.laudermilk at gmail daht comm
PORTLAND OR HOLLYWOOD; THE MOVIEGOERS 21+
USS Oregon Memorial, SW Oak and Naito Take Trimet
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Come see some of the places where movies (obth well known and obscure) were filmed. Some of the scenes we'll be visiting: fiery car crash on a bridge, a robbery, menacing of innocent tavern owners, coffee shop love.
As Binx Bolling said: "...More than likely he will live there sadly and the emptiness which is inside him will expand until it evacuates the entire neighborhood. But if he sees a movie which shows his very neighborhood, it becomes possible for him to live, for a time at least, as a person who is Somewhere and not Anywhere."

Scott Lieuellen, scott.el.09 at gmail daht comm, 503-238-8613
FRIENDS OF THE FRIENDLESS
Two Plum Park, 4040 NE 7th Ave Take Trimet
8:30pm
(Also known as the Hey! Did You Know You're On A Ride Ride) Bringing back the classic invented by Marcus Mckenzie. This ride hopscotches mystery adventure with new friendships as we group behind lone riders to their destinations. Repeat as long as we want.

Meeting at Two Plum Park at 8, rolling at 8:30. Let's make some friends and a bunch of people's day, including ours! Bring your soundsystems, libations whatever. We're out for a really good, fun time of bike comradery and silliness! Highly unlikely I'll follow anyone in spandex so probably not gonna be a hustle. Come!

Claire, clairealyea at gmail daht comm

Wednesday June 18

WET N WILD WEST RIDE FF
Orenco MAX Station, Orenco/NW 231st Ave MAX Station, NE Orenco Station Pkwy, Hillsboro, OR 97124 Take Trimet (Start location is just south of the Orenco MAX Station in the courtyard with wisteria all around.)
10:30am, We ride at 11!
Howdy y'all, ride your most trusted steed with your child from the Orenco max stop to the water fountain at the Park on 53rd where we will get as wet as possible and enjoy the playground to the fullest.  Ride length 2mi or so, very casual, child-portaging pace.  Bonus points for cowboy gear, americana, and sunscreen.

This ride is for parents and babies, toddlers, kids, and anyone who loves Pedalpalooza.  If you don't have a kid, lasso a doll to your bike.  It's all about the passengers.  Kids who can ride solo should be able to keep up without stopping.

Ellen And Cecily, ovgardenclub at gmail daht comm
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet (SE 17th Ave at SE Taylor St, Portland, Oregon 97214)
1:00pm

Nicholas Caleb, nick.caleb at gmail daht comm
BTA COMMUTER STATION ON SE ANKENY FF
1914 SE Ankeny St Take Trimet (At City Bikes Repair Shop)
4:30pm - 6:30pm, Want to be more involved. Volunteer with at a Commuter Station. Contact Nicole at the info below
The weather is getting nicer and summer is on its way. That means more people are getting out on their bikes and riding around town. We here at the Bicycle Transportation Alliance like to give all those great bicycle riders a little extra love and  at our Commuter Stations.

Stop by for FREE SNACKS, FREE AIR, bike registration and learn about the exciting projects the Bicycle Transportation Alliance is working on.

Want to be more involved. Volunteer with at a Commuter Station. Contact Nicole at the info below.

Bicycle Transportation Alliance, nicole at btaoregon daht oh are gee, btaoregon.org, 503-226-0676
METAL RIDE
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Come ride around the city as we blast metal music through inner SE. Start at APEX.
Kiel, kielij at gmail daht comm
BEES VS MONSANTO
Holladay Park, NE Multnomah betw NE 11th & 13th Take Trimet (Fountain)
6:00pm
It's the showdown you've all been waiting for. Show up dressed as bees, farmers, or biotech scientists as we bike around Portland and make a couple stops at the offices of people and companies that threaten food justice around the world.

We will also be talking about how we can get involved to fight corporate control of our food, including the Right to Know campaign!

https://www.facebook.com/events/583033031811804/

Jonah, robert.jonah.majure at gmail daht comm
MONKEY PUZZLE TREE RIDE
Nacho Cheese Manor, 416 N Beech St. Portland OR 97227 Take Trimet (This is my house, we just put in a one year monkey puzzle in the yard :)
6:00pm - 7:30pm, This is approximate, depending on how long and where we want to ride.
I love monkey puzzle trees! If you'd like to join me, I'm leading a ride, through NoPo, NE and perhaps SE to see some of these beautiful trees. This my second year leading this ride and it's really free form. I will share information with everyone, but I am not an expert, just an admirer. If we have an ambitious group that would like to see more the ride may go longer, but people can always peel off as we go. Hooray!
Amanda Lee Harrison
DOCTOR WHO RIDE (4TH ANNUAL)
6:00pm
Grow yourself a TARDIS to ride around the Space-Time Vortex of Portland with other Timelords and Timeladies. Casual ride to a few geeky/British places of interest. Costume contest with prizes and Doctor Who trivia at the Rose & Thistle (2314 NE Broadway St) around 7:30PM. Not a loop.

Meet at 6:00pm at the Mocks Crest Property (aka: Skidmore Bluffs.) Skidmore bluffs is located at the western most end of N. Skidmore Street near the N. Prescott St. Max station on the Yellow line. We will depart for the ride at 6:30pm

Lady Evelyn And Alexander Smith, who at sneaksneak daht oh are gee, www.sneaksneak.org/who, hashtag #pdxwhoride, 503-987-0660
BIKE CAMPING COOKOUT
Green Zebra Grocery, 3011 N Lombard St (at Peninsular) Take Trimet (This will be the grocery stop)
6:30pm - 9:00pm, We depart from the market at 7 pm sharp!
One of the best parts of bike camping and touring is making meals. Here's a chance to do that without actually going camping! We'll meet up at a market and ride about 5 miles to a mystery park where we'll make dinner. Nerd out over camping stove setups and impress everyone with the feast you'll craft! Please note: camping stove required, not a grill/hibachi. (There's another ride for that.) No dehydrated/"instant" meals that you bought at REI. And if it's wet, we'll end up somewhere covered.
Shawn, urbanadventureleague.wordpress.com
MOBILE METAMORPHIC EFFIGY ERADICATION RIDE
Peninsula Park, 700 N Rosa Parks Way Take Trimet (South End of the park on Ainsworth, near the rose garden)
7:00pm - 12:00am
Gather together and gear up for the summer solstice! The solstice is a time for renewal, and we all know Pedalpalooza heralds the arrive of summer and a whole new outlook on life! Make an effigy of "last year you" and all the junk you want to part with, strap it to your bike and join us on a musical ride to a beautiful spot where we'll say goodbye to our last incarnation and the winter, and hello to Summer 2014 and rad new selves! Ride about 4 miles. Eradicate effigies at sunset. Be prepared with extra layers for the nighttime chill!
Lil' Mama Bone Crusher, adriane.ackerman at gmail daht comm

Thursday June 19

WORLD WITHOUT CARS
4:00am
Get up early and cruise peacefully around Portland's streets with no plan and not very many cars in sight. We'll head for a breakfast place once commute traffic kicks in.
Sky, skycolley at gmail daht comm
DR. THEO SEUSS GEISEL RIDE FF
Clinton City Park , SE 57th Ave. and Woodward Street Take Trimet (We'll be waiting in the kids play area on tall-bikes.)
9:30am - 10:00am, We'll leave park as close to 9:30 as possible. No later than 9:45.
Let's bike Dr. Seuss! Three cheers! Hooray! Dress as your favorite character or [at] home you should stay! Maybe you'll be a Zax or a Sneech or a Snoozlefadoozle! Make one up. You got it. Use-le your noozle.
Fams + kids of all ages bring your bike & a smile! We will light up the city if only to travel one mile. Starting at a Park. Going steady and slow. End at Cafe au Play for a Dr. Seuss-Themed-Story Time show! (Please bring at least $8 for balloons, entertainment & food.) Excited? Good. Time to get in the mood!

Olive Rootbeer & Dingo, iloverootbeer.dingo at gmail daht comm, oliveanddingo.com, 971-221-6715
BIKE LUNCH & LEARN
City Hall, 1221 SW 4th Ave Take Trimet (Lovejoy Room, 2nd floor)
12:00pm - 1:00pm, Bring your lunch!
Where should the new bikeways and sidewalks go? As funding becomes available, governments want to determine the areas of highest need.  Hear about Prioritize Portland!, a consortium of activists, community organizations & non-profits assembling tools to help neighborhoods and community groups gather residents' opinions about active transportation needs.  Using these tools, local volunteers can provide government transportation with prioritized project lists that planners and engineers can use.
Scott Cohen, scott.cohen at portlandoregon.gov, Bike Lunch and Learn webpage, 503-823-5345
KILTED HAPPY HOUR RIDE FF
StumpTown Kilts' HQ Showroom, 2020 SE Bush ST. Take Trimet (Where SE 21ST AVE dead-ends South of Powell)
CANCELED The Kilted Ride is now Friday the 20TH
Join StumpTown Kilts for the 3rd Annual Kilted Ride.  This year we will ride from STK HQ in our Kilts to kid friendly bars in SE Portland for happy hour.  The furthest bar will be on E. Burnside, so don't expect to ride more than 4 miles.  This is not a looped ride, but can be loopy.  All kids should have their brain buckets on and if you tend to fall over after a bucket of brew you should too.
Todd Michael Altstadt, todd.michael.altstadt at stumptownkilts daht comm, stumptownkilts.com, 503-926-0287
PORTLAND'S BIKE HISTORY SCAVENGER HUNT
Portland Building, 1120 SW 5th Ave Take Trimet (Under the Portlandia statue)
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Join the Young Professionals in Transportation Portland Chapter for a scavenger hunt to find some of the great places in Portland's bike history! Teams of up to four people will receive a list of clues at the start point. Decipher the clues and bike to each location!

Bring a smartphone, because you'll be texting pictures of yourselves at each location and sending them to the scorekeeper. The team that gets to the most locations wins!

YPT Portland, amoore08 at gmail daht comm
FOLLOW THAT TRIKE! A B-LINE DELIVERY RIDE
B-Line Sustainable Urban Delivery warehouse, 735 SE Alder St. Portland OR, 97214 Take Trimet
5:45pm - 7:45pm, We'll finish the actual ride by 7:45, however long you stay at the bar with us is up to you!
Have you noticed those giant cargo boxes on three wheels roving around the city? Ever wondered what they're up to? Who are these riders? Where are they going? Now is your chance to find out! We start this casual ride with a tour of the B-Line warehouse, moving on to several stops with giveaways, a B-Line delivery destination and last but not least beers with B-Liners at a favorite team watering hole. Please bring a small bag to take away some goodies. Rain or shine, B-line delivers.  

An easy and awesome <5 mile ride from SE-NW and back again.

Donna, donna.avallone at b-linepdx daht comm, b-linepdx.com
B4HPDX FREE VOLUNTEER MECHANICS CLASS FF
B4HPDX Shop & Bike School, 3354 SE Powell Blvd Portland OR 97202 Take Trimet
6:00pm - 9:00pm, Every Thursday
Bikes For Humanity PDX (B4HPDX) Thursdays Free Volunteer Mechanics Class
8-week professionally instructed bicycle mechanics curriculum trains volunteers complete overhaul and tune-up procedures.
Free to all B4HPDX volunteers. (We invite students to volunteer 10 hours with us for receiving this 24-hr curriculum.)
Thursdays 6-9pm. (Except holidays. Check b4hpdx.org Google Calendar for holiday schedule.)
Students can practice on own bikes during hands-on portion of lesson.

*b4hpdx.org is fiscally sponsored by ImpactNW, a 501(c)3 public charity.

Steven, b4hpdx at gmail daht comm, Bikes For Humanity PDX
BIKEY TRIVIA- BY BIKE!
Hopworks Bike Bar, 3947 North Williams Take Trimet (We'll be in the outdoor seating area out back)
6:00pm
Do you like bikes? Do you like trivia? Do you like trivia about bikes, while riding bikes? (Yes, you do!) Then this is the ride for you!
Ryan Good, goodsterman at yahoo daht comm, 503-970-9915
ESPANOL HOY!
North Park Blocks Basketball Court, NW Park Ave and Couch St Take Trimet
6:30pm - 8:00pm, Ride for 45 minutes and hang out at conversation until ready to leave

Lance Poehler, lancepoehler at gmail daht comm, Event Page
MARAUDER RIDE 2014
top of the hill, 5511 se Hawthorne Take Trimet (55th and Hawthorne)
CANCELED Moved to June 12
Ride in groovy apocalypse gear for some south east Portland, general looting and mayhem. meet Dingo and Olive at the top of the SE Hawthorne hill[at] 6:30, we ride at 7 to attack stuff and roll around like we own the place. Warning may finish in a drinking establishment so bring ID.
Dingo Dizmal, Olive and Dingo Productions!
BIKE PLAY 6: BIKE PLAY'S BIG ADVENTURE
Peninsula Park , 700 N Rosa Parks Way Take Trimet
6:30pm, meet at 630, show promptly at 7
The Working Theatre Collective is proud to present a play about a protagonist and their bike -- together for the first time in their (6th) big adventure! This installment of the WTC's play by/on bicycle, we give a nod to one of the greatest bicycle films of all time: Pee-Wee's Big Adventure. Loosely inspired/informed by the cult classic tale of bicycle theft we encourage audiences to ride to, through, and alongside this summer-evening (and one afternoon!) adventure as it tells its story across a series of locations.
Bring your helmet and be prepared for some james bond kinda stuff.

The Working Theatre Collective, The Working Theatre Collective
IT'S (ANOTHER) ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT RIDE!
The Banana Stand, SE 12th and SE Elliot Take Trimet (1 block north of Division. Actually, it's just a mural. There is probably no money in it.)
7:00pm
The second annual Arrested Development ride. Watch out for bridges and hop-ons... you're gonna get some hop-ons. Wear a costume, bring an illusion and your best impression of a chicken. Bring your cousin or your daddy or your business model. Stair-bikes and Segways welcome, but leave the company car at home! WOOO! SPRING BREAK!!!

This ride is not a loop.

Lucille 3, Facebook
PORTLAND CRUISER RIDE - VIDEO KILLED THE RADIO STA 21+
Burnside Brewing Company, 701 E Burnside St Take Trimet
7:00pm, Meet at 7:00, Ride at 8:00
Join us for our weekly Portland Cruiser Ride and wear your 80s finest!

Meetup Location: Burnside Brewing Company - 701 E Burnside St, Portland, OR 97214

Meetup Time: 7:00pm

Eric Rosenberg, eric at portlandcrusierride daht comm, Portland Cruiser Ride
UNICYCLE POLO
Alberta Park Bike Polo Court, NE 22nd Ave and Killingsworth St. Take Trimet (southeast corner of alberta park)
7:00pm, 7:00pm until we're done
The Unicycle Bastards will supply mallets and balls. Bring your own unicycle - any unicycle will do. Bring your own knee/elbow pads and antibiotic cream. Playing with us means you assume responsibility for all injuries you incur.

We like attention - just come and watch!

Prepare to sweat/swear like a Bastard. Remember - unicycles, not bikes

Mr. Orr, ubtumblr at gmail daht comm, www.unicyclebastards.com
MUSIC BOX RIVER RIDE
8:00pm
The Music Box River Ride is back for Pedalpalooza! Come out for a sunset ride to the River - followed by a dance party/bonfire on the beach. Beer near the end location. It's perfect weather for the MBRR!
Look Good Feel Good, abigazzi at gmail daht comm, 503-265-9429
PDX FILES
Velocult, 1969 NE 42nd Avenue Take Trimet
9:00pm, meet at 9pm at Velocult, ride will begin at 10pm
Want to see some strange and mysterious sights in Portland? Forget that, BE the strange and mysterious!

Illuminate the TRUTH (and you and your bike).  Deck yourself out with LEDs, glowsticks, & reflective gear.

Ride is not a loop and should be about five to seven miles long.

Foxxxy Mulder

Friday June 20

EARLY MORNING COFFEE AND CAROUSING
6:00am - 9:00am, Meet at 6, ride at 6:30
Join me for early brew & breakfast nibbles, followed by a ride up and over some hills. Meet at 6, ride at 6:30. End near downtown by 9am. The best way to start your day!
Erinne , erinne.larissa at gmail daht comm
BREAKFAST ON THE BRIDGES
Hawthorne, Burnside, and Lower Steel Bridges Take Trimet
7:00am - 9:00am
Stop for some coffee, treats, and camaraderie. Running late? We've got tardy slips! A Portland tradition since 2002.
Shift, bonb at lists.riseup daht nett, shift2bikes.org/wiki/bikefun:breakfast_on_the_bridges
BUSINESS ON A BIKE
Salmon Street Fountain, SW Salmon St and Naito Pkwy Take Trimet
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Join us Friday June 20th at 2pm, Salmon Street Fountain.  This ride is for business professionals who need to multi-task.  We'll head south along the Springwater, cross the Sellwood Bridge, then hit some hills before finishing back in downtown.
Evan Elken, eelken at phillipsandco daht comm, 503-416-4665
OMSI PEDALS SCIENCE: ENGINEERING EXPLOSION
OMSI, 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland Take Trimet (North end of the North parking lot next to the river)
4:00pm, meet at 4 for our first challenge, ride by 4:30.
It's OMSI's 5th annual science ride!  Become an OMSI engineer on this ride full of hands-on group challenges spanning topics from design aesthetics, team building, and local lore, to the power of triangles!  Inspired by the new Tilikum Crossing bridge, this will be a 4-5 mile loop returning to OMSI for a final group challenge of seismic proportions.  Explosion guaranteed.
Amanda Fisher, afisher at omsi daht eedee you, facebook event , 503-797-4635
KILTED HAPPY HOUR RIDE FF
StumpTown Kilts' HQ Showroom, 2020 SE Bush ST. Take Trimet (Where SE 21ST AVE dead-ends South of Powell)
4:00pm - 7:00pm, Happy Hour
Join StumpTown Kilts for the 3rd Annual Kilted Ride.  This year we will ride from STK HQ in our Kilts to kid friendly bars in SE Portland for happy hour.  The furthest bar will be on E. Burnside, so don't expect to ride more than 4 miles.  This is not a looped ride, but can be loopy.  All kids should have their brain buckets on and if you tend to fall over after a bucket of brew you should too.
Todd Michael Altstadt, todd.michael.altstadt at stumptownkilts daht comm, stumptownkilts.com, 503-926-0287
IPRC LOVE RIDE
1005 W. Burnside St., Portland Take Trimet
5:30pm
We shall meet at 10th & W. Burnside under the weird sculpture thingy, near where the Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC) used to be. We will meander a few miles to the IPRC's new home in inner E. Portland, where its Board of Directors are throwing a happy hour shindig in celebration of summer and all the awesome work being done at IPRC! How do we love IPRC? Let us tell you the ways! The party and the drinks are on us - in exchange, we'd love to tell you exactly why we care so much about this place.
Steph Routh, steph.routh at gmail daht comm, 971-506-8385
RIDE TOGETHER... STAND TOGETHER FF
Community Cycling Center, 1700 NE Alberta St Take Trimet
5:30pm
The Timbers Army and the Community Cycling Center ride together for Stand Together volunteerism week. Bring your scarves, lungs ready to sing, excitement for bicycles as a vehicle for change!
Will end at a timbers-friendly location with brews in inner NoPo.

Lillian, lillian.karabaic at communitycyclingcenter daht oh are gee, www.communitycyclingcenter.org
PASTAFARIAN PIRATE RIDE
Powell City Park, SE 22nd & Powell Take Trimet (West side of the park, on 22nd Avenue south of Powell)
6:15pm - 8:45pm, We ride at 7pm
Celebrate the Flying Spaghetti Monster! Wear your finest Pirate garb or pasta strainer headgear for this ride. We'll have mobile music and will partake in a relaxed ride with buried treasure along the way and a big pasta feed for all at the end. Feel free to bring homebrew and/or other libations!
We'll end up at Colonel Summers Park in time to provide Pasta for All (supplies permitting) before the Dropout Prom Ride.

Irreverend Extra Medium, IrreverendExtraMedium at gmail daht comm
CHAMPAGNE RIDE 21+
Ladd Circle, 1600 SE Harrison St Take Trimet
6:30pm - 9:30pm
Dress Nice. Bring Champagne.
Pants, as always, are optional.

Ride through the streets of Portland wearing your finest clothes and drinking the finest beverage known to man, or at least some approximation thereof.

There will be a bar stop. Ladies and gentlemen pay in cash. So will we.

This will not be a difficult ride.

We will be ending the ride at Colonel Summers Park in time to meet up with the Dropouts prom. You'll already be dressed for it.

n.b. Seriously, bring a bottle of bubbly. "Brut," unless you like drinking sugar water.

Dom Perignon (Zach Spier), zacharys at gmail daht comm, Facebook Event Page
BIKE PLAY 6: BIKE PLAY'S BIG ADVENTURE
6:30pm, meet at 630, show promptly at 7, June 20 - 21
The Working Theatre Collective is proud to present a play about a protagonist and their bike -- together for the first time in their (6th) big adventure! This installment of the WTC's play by/on bicycle, we give a nod to one of the greatest bicycle films of all time: Pee-Wee's Big Adventure. Loosely inspired/informed by the cult classic tale of bicycle theft we encourage audiences to ride to, through, and alongside this summer-evening (and one afternoon!) adventure as it tells its story across a series of locations.
Bring your helmet and be prepared for some james bond kinda stuff.

The Working Theatre Collective, The Working Theatre Collective
FLYING,FISHING,FOOSING,FRISBEEBALL & FRANZIA RIDE 21+
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet (Near the softball field)
6:30pm
Our fourth annual alphabetical tournament ride, brought to you by the letter F!  Ride to four parks/bars, competing as a 2-person team at each stop in frivolous F-themed mini-games.  Win prizes of unimaginable (sentimental) value.  Free fantastical frolicking Friday fun!  RSVP appreciated, single riders welcome- we'll pair you up.
Mister F, 6FRide2014 at gmail daht comm
HEAVY BIKE HILL CLIMB CHALLENGE
Unthank Park, N Kerby Ave and Failing St Take Trimet
7:00pm, Meet at 7, ride at 7:30pm
Ride your HEAVY ASS bike up a STEEP ASS hill. The Heavy Bike Hill  Climb Challenge, Pedalpalooza's most challenging ride, is back for its third year. Join us on your 40+ pound bike for a ride up to the Pittock Mansion. Your bike isn't that heavy? Adding weight is fine, it's just got to be on the bike (beverage weight encouraged). No prizes but pain and pride, this is not a race. Ride meets at 7pm, departs at 7:30pm. When we reach the top we'll enjoy snacks/drinks while watching the sun set over Portland. Helmet, lights, lock, good brakes, and common sense strongly recommended.
Patrick, ploftus12 at gmail daht comm
DROPOUT BC PEDALPALOOZA PROM RIDE
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet
9:00pm - 3:00am, meet at 9:30pm, we ride at 10pm
Dropout BC's 5th annual Dropout Prom ride and it's going to be a rager.

Got a bunch of DJ's on the loudest collective mobile sound system in PDX, Prom booth pictures(Pro style), Custom made King & Queen crowns, Disco balls, and lazers.  

Coming up on our club's 10th anniversary, over the years, this ride has become the place to show off your newest bicycle oddities. Come have an adventure, and socalize.  All bikes welcome, but the pace is set by the freakbikes.  FB invite:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1441563676088510

Dropout Bicycle Club, DOBCPDX at gmail daht comm, dropoutbikeclub.blogspot.com

Saturday June 21

BIKES FOR HUMANITY VOLUNTEER REPAIR CLINICS FF
B4HPDX Store, 3354 SE Powell Blvd. Portland Oregon Take Trimet
10:00am - 6:00pm, Every Saturday
Bikes For Humanity PDX(B4HPDX) is a charitable service project aimed at providing our community affordable refurbished bikes, repair classes & workshop space.
Volunteers meet M-W 2-9pm, Th-F 12pm-6pm, and Sat 10am-6pm, to refurbish donated bikes for recirculation within PDX community. Every 2 hours volunteered earns 1 hour free use of pro shop for your own project.
Financial aid and earn-a-bike programs available to help everyone afford a bike.

See full details at www.b4hpdx.org

*b4hpdx.org is fiscally sponsored by ImpactNW, a 501(c)3 public charity.

Steven, b4hpdx at gmail daht comm, Bikes For Humanity PDX
SPROCKETTES GIRLS 2-DAY SUMMER CAMP! FF
Irving Park, NE 7th Ave and Fargo St, Portland Take Trimet (Saturday Irving Park, Sunday Peninsula Park)
10:00am, 10:00 to 4:30pm
Portland's premier all lady-identified mini-bike dance troupe.is holding their 4th Annual summer camp for girls! Our summer camp is a two-day celebration of bicycles during which your little ladies will explore their creativity and strength through group dancing and acrobalance, bike tricks, DIY decoration and a whole lot more! Participants will get a chance to show off their performance skills at the North Portland Sunday Parkways and all proceeds will help support the Sprockettes. For more info: http://sprockettes.org/2014/05/14/summer-camp-is-coming/
The Sprockettes!, sprockettescamp at gmail daht comm, www.sprockettes.org
LUMBERYARD 2ND ANNIVERSARY PARTY FF
10:00am - 10:00pm, This is an all day event
The Lumberyard Bike Park is celebrating it's 2nd full year!  Beginning at 10am we will be hosting family friendly events for riders of all skill level, carnival games in the event room, timed events every 45 minutes as well as regular riding.  Pros will be out and about doing demos and giving tips.  We will be giving away more than $2000 worth of bike gear! A day pass for the day is only $10 for park riding from 10 am to 10 pm.
Lumberyard Bike Park, info at lumberyardmtb daht comm, Lumberyard Indoor Bike Park, 503-252-2453
FOOD CART REVOLUTION-BY BIKE!
SW 10th & Alder, Portland, OR Take Trimet
10:00am - 12:00pm

Know Your City, ask at knowyourcity daht oh are gee, www.knowyourcity.org, 971-717-7307
NOPO COMMUNITY BIKE RIDES FF
Portland Water Treatment Plant (how's THAT for an interesting start point?), N Portsmouth @ Columbia Blvd Take Trimet
10:30am, meet at 10:30, ride at 11 anticipate 1.5 hour 'play break' at Pier Park
.A non-digital neighbor gave me a flyer about this a month ago..and I JUST remembered to post it.He is looking to have a series of 3 rides during the summer,one each month,with a focus on family riding. A loop starting at the Wastewater treatment plant at N Portsmouth and N Columbia Blvd and riding the Peninsula Crossing trail and Marine Drive trail to Smith and Bybee, Kelly Point and the parks in St Johns area. Kids,parks,fun. One each month this summer.Stop mid course at Kruegers cart pod for snacks .. bring a few bucks.
Joe Adamski, jgadamski at gmail daht comm, I am posting this for a neighbor, not actually involved in planning.
80'S/90'S CYCLING FASHION THEMED JERSEYS...
Citybikes Cooperative, 734 SE Ankeny St Take Trimet (Parking lot)
10:45am - 12:45pm
Dig through the closet or hit up your local 2nd hand store. We'll be wearing as much 80's and 90's themed colors and brands of helmets gloves and cycling jerseys The ride will be between 20-40 miles weather depending with some short but beautiful climbs through Portlands old roads and for all those who stay to the finish, we'll be ending up at a BBQ in a beautiful garden.
80's and 90's dance music mix will be broadcasted along the way!

RyRy, ryhererynow at gmail daht comm, 503-542-4556
SWIM ACROSS PORTLAND
Water Avenue Coffee, 1028 SE Water Take Trimet
11:30am
Join us for the third annual outdoor pool tour.
Bring (or wear!) your swimsuit, towel, and lock.
We'll ride to three outdoor pools for some splashy fun.
13 mile ride with a hill - not a loop.  
Bring $12 for pool entry fees.

Maria Schur, bicyclekitty at gmail daht comm
FREE BOX SCAVENGER HUNT!
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet
12:00pm - 2:30pm
Make teams of 2 to 3 peeps or just show up and join a team and get ready to search high and low for specific free box items in the free box capital, Portland, Oregon.
There will be prizes...this ride is sponsored by Free Box the Magazine.

Pink Princess, Free Box Mavin Meghan, dropout74 at gmail daht comm, freeboxthezine.blogspot.com
TATER TOT TOUR
Hatfield Government Center MAX Station in Hillsboro, 100 SW Adams Ave, Hillsboro Take Trimet (Email me, or check out the blog for more ride info!)
12:00pm, We'll be back in Hillsboro in the early afternoon on Sun, June 22.
A fun & easy overnight bike camping trip, perfect for first-timers!  From the last Max stop in Hillsboro, we'll pedal 12 miles on scenic country roads, then 21 miles on the beautiful and car-free Banks-Vernonia Trail.  A great campground - with showers - awaits us in Vernonia, along with THE BEST TATER TOTS IN THE UNIVERSE!

The MAX fee is $2.50 each way, and camping is $6/person.  Bring some money for food if you'll be joining us at the pub (or pack your own).

Kai, kaionabike at gmail daht comm, kaionabike.wordpress.com, 503-388-0304
PADDLEPALOOZA!
Steel Bridge West End, nw naito and nw glisan Take Trimet
12:00pm
Bring your boat by bike down to the river!  We meet at West End of Steel Bridge, pedal through town with our armada of bicycles pulling kayaks, canoes, rowboats, sailboats, and skiffs and then go for a paddle! 4th Year for our Paddlepalooza flotilla!
Saul T. Scrapper, saultscrapper at gmail daht comm, 360-510-1818
PEDALPAKIDICALMASSALOOZA ICE CREAM FF
Laurelhurst City Park, SE 37th Ave & SE Ankney St. Take Trimet (By the duck pond.)
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Ride a loop with Kidical Mass. Lots of ice cream stops! Bring money for treats. Kids must have helmets. We ride slowly!
Katie Proctor, katie.proctor at gmail daht comm, kidicalmasspdx.org, 607-262-0439
TRAIL RIDE
Jamison Square, NW 10th and Johnson Take Trimet
2:00pm, 2:30 we ride.
"NWTA - Ride to your ride: Join the Northwest Trail Alliance for a trail ride from your front door.  That's right, ride your mountain bike to where you ride your mountain bike. Ride meets at 2pm at Jamison Square for a ride in Forest Park. Leave your car at home, but bring your mountain bike, helmet, lights for the ride home, water, and a lock/money if you want to enjoy food/beverage afterward. This no drop ride is not a loop, but is a great way to meet new riding buddies. All abilities and ages welcome, but there will be some hills. Plan to ride up to 3 hours and get some food afterward.
Northwest Trail Alliance, patrickl at nw-trail daht oh are gee, Northwest Trail Alliance
HARRY POTTER VS. LORD OF THE RINGS! FF
Sabin Hydropark, 1907 NE Skidmore St Take Trimet (Near the water towers on the playground side!)
2:30pm
Are you shire folk or Gryffindor? Are you an Elf or a house elf? Come Rocking your house colors or your hottest Orc gear as we geek out via bikes!! I'm sure there is a special place in your heart for Rivendell and Ravenclaw, house points if you can think of a clever mash-up!

BRING YOUR BOOMBOX WITH SOUNDTRACKS!!!!

If you would like to amp up the geektasticness bring your boffer!

The Leapers!, Kaytress at gmail daht comm
SUNNY NEKID III
Coe Circle, 3900 NE Glisan St Take Trimet
3:00pm - 5:30pm
Yet another naked ride through Portland.  Work those quads through 5 quadrants.  Bare as you dare.  Enjoy body freedom and Oregon's progressive nudity laws.  Bring protest signs for your favorite cause.  

Bring snacks for a break midway through.

No photos by ride participants.

Ker Nal And Past Tire
BIKE AGAINST HUNGER
TaborSpace , 5441 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR 97215 Take Trimet (Out in front)
4:00pm, At the end of the PNW Gleaners Summit
Bike 5 miles with Benjamin and Heather as they continue their 3,500+ mile trip across the country to raise awareness for food waste and hunger.  Meet us at TaborSpace at 4pm, we will be wrapping up the Second Annual Gleaners Summit and bike to Cartlandia.  There we will have beer, snacks and a conversation about Bike Against Hunger, sustainability and fresh foods.
PNW Gleaners Summit, stephk at wafoodcoalition daht oh are gee, firstharvest.org/bike-ride
GET LOST!
Velo Cult, 1969 NE 42nd Take Trimet
4:30pm, We ride until we find a natural end point. Feel free to bail whenever you wanna go somewhere else.
Back for its 5th year, Get Lost! is a ride led entirely by chance.  Dice are rolled to determine how many blocks to ride, and which direction to turn once we get there (Odd total =R, Even =L).

You never know what to expect. Since we won't be taking designated bike routes riders should be pretty comfortable in semi-hairy conditions, but dangerous or illegal routes will not be traveled.

Probably not a loop, but that's what we said the first year, and we (eerily) ended up in the exact place we started! Read about that year's ride here: http://bit.ly/eDaPZW

Amos, happyamosfun at gmail daht comm
FLAKE RIDE
Somewhere in the SE, maybe NE? Take Trimet (Don't worry, I'll TOTALLY be there!)
6:00pm
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! So uh, for reals, yeah, this ride'll be great.  Unless we don't show up...  'Cause you know, life gets busy, man.Frosted or regular?  NO stops, so BYO milk.
Cornelius And Tony
SKATE CRITICAL MASS
Saturday Market Fountain , SW Ankeny & Naito Take Trimet
6:00pm
Skate in the street! Bring your roller skates, blades, scooters, and skateboards for a skate around town!

Fourth annual Skate Critical Mass and it gets better every year!  Come join us for a skate around the city!

Saul T. Scrapper, saultscrapper at gmail daht comm, 360-510-1818
BIKE PLAY 6: BIKE PLAY'S BIG ADVENTURE
6:30pm, meet at 630, show promptly at 7, June 20 - 21
The Working Theatre Collective is proud to present a play about a protagonist and their bike -- together for the first time in their (6th) big adventure! This installment of the WTC's play by/on bicycle, we give a nod to one of the greatest bicycle films of all time: Pee-Wee's Big Adventure. Loosely inspired/informed by the cult classic tale of bicycle theft we encourage audiences to ride to, through, and alongside this summer-evening (and one afternoon!) adventure as it tells its story across a series of locations.
Bring your helmet and be prepared for some james bond kinda stuff.

The Working Theatre Collective, The Working Theatre Collective
MONSTERIDE FF
County Bldg Parking Lot, 921 SE 47th Ave. Take Trimet
7:00pm - 8:00pm
The evening air cools and it's time to put your fur on! Horns and claws are encouraged. Fuzzy bikes get bonus points. The 5 best monsterisms will receive a one-of-a-kind ceramic handlebar monster.
James DeRosso, james3d at easystreet daht nett, www.monster8all.com, 503-381-1801
SOLSTICE RIDE
Alberta Cooperative Grocery, 1500 NE Alberta St Take Trimet
8:30pm
Ride all night on the first day of summer. Bring warm clothes, food, water, and a comfortable bike. There will be hills. Ride ends at a secret spot to watch the sunrise.
Nate, yourheartmaystop at gmail daht comm, Twitter: follow  at imcoma for ride details night of.
ROOFTOP RIDE
39th & NE Glisan Take Trimet (in the center circle!)
10:30pm
urban summits, year five. come adventure with us! good shoes, sharp wits and dark clothes recommended.
Jaya, jaya.jeptha at gmail daht comm, 503-380-2573

Sunday June 22

SOLSTICE SUNRISE
Mt. Tabor - picnic tables SE of the Yamhill entrance, SE Salmon St & SE 70th Take Trimet
5:00am

Andy Schmidt
MMM, FORBIDDEN DONUT RIDE
Holladay Park, NE Multnomah betw NE 11th & 13th Take Trimet
9:00am, we'll head out no later than 9:30 a.m. Rain or shine, it's donut time!
Some people say Sunday mornings were made for Jesus. We think they were made for donuts. Join us as we cruise around Portland to worship at the alter of mankind's greatest fried dough confectionery. We will hit several of Portland's finest donut shops-- exact itinerary TBA -- with a special prize for the individual who eats the most donuts. Please don't throw up. Or do! It's a party. Not a loop; expect a modestly paced ride of around 10 miles ending roughly around noon in NE Portland. And, of course, bring cash for donuts. Donuts (sadly) don't grow on trees.
Patrick Caldwell, patrick.m.caldwell at gmail daht comm
ST. JOHNS TO SUNDAY PARKWAY RIDE FF
St.Johns Plaza, Lombard and Philadelphia Take Trimet
10:00am - 4:00pm, 11 till 4
The 2nd year leading riders to Portland Sunday Parkway North. To McCoy park or Willamette Blvd at Fiske.

Meet at St. Johns Plaza 10:00am. Leave at 10:30.

Once there you can ride ether direction. Feel free to go or ride with me.

Paul, clownwestman at yahoo daht comm
SUNDAY PARKWAYS - NORTH FF
11:00am - 4:00pm
North Portland Sunday Parkways
June 22, 2014 ~ 11am-4pm (9.5 miles)
Cruise along the scenic Willamette Boulevard, and then glide towards Peninsula, Arbor Lodge, Kenton, Columbia Annex and McCoy Parks to enjoy an array of activities, food, music, vendors and fun, on over 9 miles of car-free streets in North Portland

FYI, Sunday Parkways
COMMUNITY ORCHARDS RIDE FF
Sabin Community Orchard, NE Mason between 18th and 19th Take Trimet
12:30pm

Emily, ejb3 at pdx daht eedee you, Portland Fruit Tree Project, 360-333-7502
VINTAGE MTB RIDE
Woodstock City Park, SE 47th and Steele Take Trimet
2:00pm
Saddle up your grungy old 80s or 90s MTB for some unimproved roadway and single track fun. Extra points for friction thumbshifters, Tommaselli levers, and Hite-Rites. I'll bring along a little homebrew for, um, energy. Plan on around 25-30 miles. No one gets dropped. This is a loop.
Jeff Ong
BIKE PLAY 6: BIKE PLAY'S BIG ADVENTURE
2:30pm, meet at 230, show promptly at 3
The Working Theatre Collective is proud to present a play about a protagonist and their bike -- together for the first time in their (6th) big adventure! This installment of the WTC's play by/on bicycle, we give a nod to one of the greatest bicycle films of all time: Pee-Wee's Big Adventure. Loosely inspired/informed by the cult classic tale of bicycle theft we encourage audiences to ride to, through, and alongside this summer-evening (and one afternoon!) adventure as it tells its story across a series of locations.
Bring your helmet and be prepared for some james bond kinda stuff.

The Working Theatre Collective, The Working Theatre Collective
ROSE CITY PINBALL RIDE 21+
Project 529, 2240 N Interstate Ave Take Trimet (Across from the Missippi/Albina MAX Station)
3:00pm
Join Rose City Pinball and Project 529 on a bicycle tour of the best pinball in Portland!
Casual pace, several stops, &#8776;9 miles, 21+, not a loop.
Starts at Project 529 on N Albina and Interstate, continues to four or five pinball locations (including Ground Kontrol, the Standard) and ends at C Bar. Plus a side tournament if you're feeling competitive!

Isaac Ruiz, isaac at rosecitypinball daht comm, Rose City Pinball
PERFORMANCE: THE SPROCKETTES' SUMMER CAMP FOR GIRL FF
Peninsula Park, 700 N Rosa Parks Way Take Trimet (Look for the big crowd in Pink and Black!)
3:30pm - 4:00pm
Portland's premier all lady-identified mini-bike dance troupe is holding their 4th Annual summer camp for girls! Our summer camp is a two-day celebration of bicycles during which your little ladies will explore their creativity and strength through group dancing and acrobalance, bike tricks, DIY decoration and a whole lot more! Join us for a special performance by our little ladies at 3:30pm at Peninsula Park!
The Sprockettes, sprockettescamp at gmail daht comm, www.sprockettes.org
CAT SIX CYCLES GRAND OPENING
4831 NE 42nd Ave Take Trimet
4:00pm - 8:00pm
Celebrate the grand opening of Cat Six Cycles at NE 42nd and Alberta Ct. Come yak it up with Jon and Kirk. There will be beer. It will be free.
Jonathan And Kirk, catsixcycles at gmail daht comm, catsixcycles.com, 503-282-1178
THREE SPEED RIDE
Omaha Parkway, N Omaha Ave and N Ainsworth St Take Trimet (meet on the south side of Ainsworth, in the parkway)
4:00pm - 7:00pm, meet at 4, ride at 4:30
What better way to finish Sunday Parkways than ramble around the northern reaches of Portland on your humble internally geared three speed bicycle? Bring your trusty three speed bicycle from any nation. Three speeds preferred but any bike welcome if you don't have one. Casual paced ramble of approx. 8-10 miles, fairly flat, with a little unpaved "rough stuff" action thrown in. We'll have a picnic and tea brew up towards the end, bring all the necessities like food, a teakettle and a camping stove. Check website for more info.
El Presidente, societyofthreespeeds.wordpress.com
LET'S MAKE A MOVIE!
Pioneer Courthouse Square, SW Broadway and Morrison St Take Trimet
6:30pm, Ride leaves at 7:00
Ride with us to scenic spots around town and we'll film a fun, non-narrative movie together celebrating the bicycle! Footage will be edited and shared online after the ride.

Ride is not a loop and will be around 5 miles with a few stops for filming.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/729138517149265/

Becky & Paul, beckylmorton at gmail daht comm
NO HANDS OLYMPICS
7:00pm
Do you love riding No Hands? Think you're hot shit? Come out and test your mettle. Beer! Prizes! and Music!
     Same Great Park New Courses  Mens/Womens/Fixie
 **  Speed - Around the Playground!
 **  12 Lap Race - Le Mans start
 **  XC - Group start and twice around the park
 **  Last Bike Standing - How long can you go?
 **  Slow and Low - Longest lap around the playground
       
Spectators encouraged--bring beer and a blanket, there will be plenty of unsafe seating near the course. http://on.fb.me/TULCdI

Karl Dawson, karlcd at yahoo daht comm
BRIDE RIDE 21+
Northeast corner of Laurelhurst Park, SE 38th and Ankeny Take Trimet (Look for ze fancy clothes)
8:15pm - 9:45pm, etc... It's summer, and you're fancy.
Ellen and Drew are getting married.  Show up in your wedding finery and pedal from Laurelhurst Park to Montavilla. Not a loop!  Fertility rituals optional.  Lots of white dresses welcome.
Ellen, Feyonce
ZOOBOMB
Zoobomb Pyle, SW 13th Ave & W Burnside Take Trimet
8:30pm, Every Sunday
Zoobomb is long running weekly bike event that meets every Sunday around 8:30PM near (13th & SW Burnside) in Portland OR. Bring a bike, MAX fare (2.50), bike lights, and any safety gear you need. Borrow a 16" from our Library. We ride down hills.
It's a good time and you WILL have fun!
MINI BIKES ENCOURAGED - ALL BIKES WELCOME
HELMETS ARE A GOOD IDEA
* RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK *
LEAVE NO TRACE

Zoobomb, zoobomb at zoobomb daht nett, zoobomb.net

Monday June 23

BIKEPOOL TO LAKE O
Vera Katz Eastbank Esplanade, SE Madison & Eastbank Esplanade Take Trimet
6:30am - 8:00am, Text me if you're running late.
Working in Lake O. is the pits but commuting to work doesn't have to be.  Let's bikepool!

Route will start at Vera Katz and will end up dropping into Lake O. via Boones Ferry.  If you work in downtown Lake O. you can cut off at Country Club Road.  I'll be continuing on to Kruse Way.  Total mileage will be around 11 miles and I'm padding the time at 90 minutes (but really it should only take a little over an hour).

Return commute suggestions freely given (mine will include a bus ride to make it back in town by 7 for the RB Sunset Ride)

Lori, loriasills at gmail daht comm, 971-322-6927
REVERSE COMMUTE: BEAVERTON TO PORTLAND
Beaverton Round, 12725 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton Take Trimet (By the Beaverton Central MAX station)
CANCELED Moved to Tues, Jun 24.
Ride the reverse commute from Beaverton to Portland, checking out the Sunset Highway Path, transit centers, bike parking options and Washington Park along the way. We'll explore the route options and discuss ways to make it better! This ride is co-sponsored by the Bicycle Transportation Alliance, Washington Park TMA, Westside Transportation Alliance, TriMet, ODOT Region 1, and WTS Portland Chapter. Route is 10 miles with hills, casual pace. End at Goose Hollow Inn. We won't return to the start but you can make an easy loop with MAX! Learn how: trimet.org/bikes
Lisa Frank, lisa at btaoregon daht oh are gee, btaoregon.org, 503-758-0712
70S HISTORY TOUR
City Hall, 1221 SW 4th Ave Take Trimet
5:30pm - 8:00pm
A loop tour that visits businesses and institutions that got their start in the 1970s. Discuss Thom McCall, Trail Blazers, PSU Riots along the way. One short hill, two bridge crossings.  A set of 70s tracks on the boom box.  Two and 1/2 hours, 14 miles. Small history booklet for those interested.
Michael Wade, wade.michael at comcast daht nett, 503-314-1018
SHOWGIRLS: THE RIDE 21+
Director Park, SW Yamhill St and 6th Ave, Portland Take Trimet
5:30pm - 11:30pm
Wear your best Versace (Verr-sayce!), animal print, 90s who-knows-what, or glittery unitard and join us on a ride devoted to the worst/best movie of the 90s, SHOWGIRLS, darlin'!

Strictly 21+. This ride includes optional stop(s) at strip club(s), getting really mad about french fries, making friends, making enemies, and of course, ends with a film screening/drinking game. Not a loop, won't go too late on a "school night."  Thrust it!

Rhienna, rhienna at gmail daht comm, FB Event, Twitter:  at djrhienna
INTRODUCING THE INNER LOOP
5:45pm - 6:15pm, Ride at 6 pm, once around the loop.
Atlanta has Interstate 285. Columbus has Interstate 270. Minneapolis has 494/694. But the Portland metro area doesn't have a huge encircling freeway. It has the Inner Loop.

You might know the Inner Loop as the SteelBridgeAndBackOverTheHawthorne or as TheEastbankEsplanadeAndWaterfrontPark. But it's not two different public works projects any more. It's a thing of its own - and it deserves its own name.

Whether you've ridden around Portland's downtown waterfront a thousand times or don't get over there much, take this quick ride as a chance to see the Inner Loop as a unified whole.

Joshua Force, joshua.force at gmail daht comm, 971-340-8842
PUPPY-PALOOZA!
Meat for Cats and Dogs, 2205 E Burnside St Take Trimet
6:30pm, Meet at 6:30, ride at 7
DOGS ON BIKES! DOGS ON BIKES! Pull out your basket, trailer or cargo bike, and join us for a fun-filled ride for people and our four-pawed, furry friends. There will be romping, riding and treats. Pace will be casual, and we'll have stops at dog parks for playtime.

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/638237336265873/

Pooch Pedalers, erinne.larissa at gmail daht comm
THE PATINA RIDE
Paradox cafe, 3439 SE Belmont St Take Trimet (We will assemble around the west side of the building)
7:00pm
Bring out your favorite old ride. Faded paint? Cracked and or grazed finish? Structural rust? Let's ride!
Spencer, smpmcg at gmail daht comm, 503-741-9668
DANZIG'S BDAY 20" RALLYCAT
SE 12th and Stark Take Trimet
7:00pm
GLENN DANZIG IS TURNING 59. IS HE TIRED OF BEING ALIVE? FIND OUT. PENTAGRAMS.
20" BIKES RACE 'N RALLY.

MEET AT WASHINGTON HIGH [at]7PM.
SE 12th and STARK

SEANZIG, sbrady89 at gmail daht comm

Tuesday June 24

RUSH HOUR RIDE
Morrison Bridge, in the middle at the "bus stop" Take Trimet
4:00pm - 5:30pm
We're going to ride the arterial highways of Portland, like Sandy and MLK.  We'll see where freeways have been proposed, where they've been built, and go where no bicycles have gone before!  

And we'll imagine a new Portland, with all of these massive roads empty of cars and filled with free-flowing, smiling bicycle traffic!

Ends at Barbur Blvd ride at 5:00.

Robert Moses And Tom McCall, ted101 at gmail daht comm
REVERSE COMMUTE: BEAVERTON TO PORTLAND
Beaverton Round, 12725 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton Take Trimet (By the Beaverton Central MAX station)
5:15pm
Ride the reverse commute from Beaverton to Portland, checking out the Sunset Highway Path, transit centers, bike parking options and Washington Park along the way. We'll explore the route options and discuss ways to make it better! This ride is co-sponsored by the Bicycle Transportation Alliance, Washington Park TMA, Westside Transportation Alliance, TriMet, ODOT Region 1, and WTS Portland Chapter. Route is 10 miles with hills, casual pace. End at Goose Hollow Inn. We won't return to the start but you can make an easy loop with MAX! Learn how: trimet.org/bikes
Lisa Frank, lisa at btaoregon daht oh are gee, btaoregon.org, 503-758-0712
BARBUR HIGH CRASH CORRIDOR VERSION 3.0
Barbur High Crash Corridor Version 3.0, 1120 SW 5th Ave, Portland, OR 97204 Take Trimet (Meet at the Portland Bldg main entrance on SW 5th Ave)
5:30pm - 8:00pm, This is an out and back ride, not a loop, you can bail anytime.
A commute outside your comfort zone! Join SW Portland Active Transportation advocates on a rush hour bike tour of Barbur Blvd, aka Hwy 99W. The tour will highlight bike lane and sidewalk gaps, especially the dreaded Barbur Bridges (construction zone), broad expanses of commercial driveways with left turn conflicts, perilous unsignalized crossings, numerous freeway ramps and the auto centric West Portland crossroads. Tour stops will pay respect at locations of recent crashes, discuss active transportation improvements recently implemented,  promised, or denied.
Roger Averbeck, roger.averbeck at gmail daht comm, Friends of Barbur
THE DREAM OF THE 1890S IS ALIVE IN NW PORTLAND
NW Cultural Center, 1819 NW Everett Street, Portland OR Take Trimet (Meet on the NW Cultural Center's front steps)
5:45pm
Explore the historical sites of NW Portland and Old Town on a bike tour designed by Restore Oregon.  Learn about our city's lumberjacks, business tycoons, dock workers, and even a good old-fashioned hangin' as we ride around to architectural oddities and landmarks.  Ride will be a mostly-flat 6 miles at a cruising pace.  

Period costumes and penny-farthings strongly encouraged - get yer bloomers on!

BONUS!  Ride-goers will be given a souvenir Tour Booklet featuring stories and historical photos from early Portland.

PDX_Becs, kiwimunki at hotmail daht comm, Check out the Tour Booklet!
HERITAGE TREE BIKE RIDE WA
meet at Esther Short Park, W 6th & Columbia St Vancouver, WA 98668 Take Trimet (meet near the clock tower)
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Join Vancouver Urban Forestry for a leisurely tour of the city's finest Heritage Trees. Beginning and ending at Esther Short Park, this tour will visit 11 of Vancouver's celebrated Heritage Trees on an enjoyable 4-mile guided bicycle ride. Learn about these amazing trees and the legacies that connect us all to the history of our region as the tour stops at each tree.
Participants on the ride must wear helmets and respect all traffic laws. For more information contact (360) 487-8308 or email urbanforestry[at]cityofvancouver.us.

VUF, urbanforestry at cityofvancouver daht you ess, www.cityofvancouver.us/urbanforestry, 360-487-8308
THE BENSON RIDE
Gladys Bikes, 2905 NE Alberta Street Take Trimet
6:00pm
A tour of Portland's 'Bensons' in celebration of the release of Brian Benson's bike trip memoir, Going Somewhere. We'll start at his sister's bike shop, Gladys Bikes, and then visit some of Portland's many historical markers that were named after Simon Benson, who Brian may or may not have descended from. (Who's to say really?) We'll finish the ride at Powell's Books for Brian's 7:30pm reading.
Simon Benson IV, leah.benson at gmail daht comm, www.powells.com/biblio/9780142180648
CHUTES AND LADDERS RIDE
7:00pm
We recreate the classic game of Chutes & Ladders life-size on the east-side street grid. You'll need some luck and some speed!
Look Good Feel Good, abigazzi at gmail daht comm, 503-265-9429
DING DING RIDE!
7:30pm, 3 minutes long! No joke!

From exactly 7:30-7:33pm (3 whole minutes!) I will be riding my bike around the Ladd's Addition traffic circle ringing my little bell loudly. Everyone is invited to join!

All you need is a bike, a bell, and watch.  Show up at the Ladd's addition traffic circle at *7:30pm SHARP*.  No sooner and no later. This is not a race, just come have fun and go ding ding.  

Silence. ding ding. silence. 3 minutes. Be safe. :-)

Hawthorne food carts after!

Scott Pontoni, dingdingride at gmail daht comm, butteredhandlebars.blogspot.com

Wednesday June 25

WHEELS TO WINGS
SE Stark St. & SE 78th Ave. Take Trimet (near Flying Pie Pizzeria)
9:30am - 12:00pm
Did you know that you can ride your bike to the airport? It's easy and parking is free! Portland International Airport is one of the few airports in the country that provides direct access to the terminal by bike. This ride will take the leisurely route along the I-205 Bike Path. Once we arrive at PDX, we'll take a quick tour of existing bicycle amenities and meet with one of PDX's airport planners who will talk about what is included in a recent update to the PDX Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan.

This is a one-way ride covering approximately 7.5 miles. We will end near the MAX Red Line.

Lisa Timmerman, lisa.timmerman at portofportland daht comm, 503-415-6047
BTA COMMUTER STATION ON SW BARBUR FF
4999 SW Barbur Blvd Take Trimet (0.1 miles south on SW Barbur from Hamilton on the right side)
4:30pm - 6:30pm
The weather is getting nicer and summer is on its way. That means more people are getting out on their bikes and riding around town. We here at the Bicycle Transportation Alliance like to give all those great bicycle riders a little extra love and  at our Commuter Stations.

Stop by for FREE SNACKS, FREE AIR, bike registration and learn about the exciting projects the Bicycle Transportation Alliance is working on.

Want to be more involved. Volunteer with at a Commuter Station. Contact Nicole at the info below.

Bicycle Transportation Alliance, nicole at btaoregon daht oh are gee, btatoregon.org, 503-226-0676
CLOWN PARADE!! FF
Pieper Cafe, 6504 SE Foster Rd. Take Trimet
4:30pm - 5:00pm, We ride as soon as everyone seems to be ready.
What makes a clown??
Costume! Personality! Showmanship! Noise! Love! Families & folks of all ages are encouraged to come and bike, stroll, be quirky or whatever you want! Helmets, colorful costumes, noise makers, jokes, silly props! We will be going at a super slow pace as we expect many young riders. So parents can bring strollers, hoops etc. We start at the cafe but end at a park for energy release. Ride is about 1/2 hour.

Olive Rootbeer & Dingo, iloverootbeer.dingo at gmail daht comm, oliveanddingo.com, 971-221-6715
SWIMMING THE WILLAMETTE - NOT DANGEROUS ANYMORE!
5:30pm
Join Jaron and Eddie for a ride across the river, followed by a swim! Or even just dip your feet in! Things you might want to bring: Swimsuit, Bike lock, Towel, Floaties, a friend?
We'll ride up to NE for the Photo Booth ride afterwards.

Jaron, jaronheard at gmail daht comm, 971-998-7180
DEMYSTIFYING BIKE SIGNALS, BUTTONS, AND LOOPS
PSU Urban Plaza, between SW 5th and 6th Ave's, and Mill and Montgomery Streets Take Trimet (Near the bike racks)
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Join us on a 8-10 mile ride of the good and the bad of bike signals and intersection treatments. See the PSU Bike Hub. Learn how to trigger the lights and how to use the bike scramble. Discover the City's only bike priority signal.
Ride sponsored by WTS = Women in Transportation Seminar. Bring a lock; we may go for a bite to eat after the ride.

Lidwien Rahman And Pam Johnson, pcj at pdx daht eedee you
FOLLOW THAT TRIKE! A B-LINE DELIVERY RIDE
B-Line Sustainable Urban Delivery warehouse, 735 SE Alder St. Portland OR, 97214 Take Trimet
CANCELED Moved to June 19
Have you noticed those giant cargo boxes on three wheels roving around the city? Ever wondered what they're up to? Who are these riders? Where are they going? Now is your chance to find out! We start this casual ride with a tour of the B-Line warehouse, moving on to several stops with giveaways, a B-Line delivery destination and last but not least beers with B-Liners at a favorite team watering hole. Please bring a small bag to take away some goodies. Rain or shine, B-line delivers.  

An easy and awesome <5 mile ride from SE-NW and back again.

Donna, donna.avallone at b-linepdx daht comm, b-linepdx.com
DRINKS WITH A LAWYER
BTA, 618 NW Glisan, Suite 401, Portland. Take Trimet (Use Buzzer #41)
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Attorneys Ray Thomas and Charley Gee of Swanson, Thomas, Coon & Newton will be at the Bicycle Transportation Alliance offices to answer questions regarding bicycle laws, insurance laws, and what to do if you are in a collision.
Bicycle Transportation Alliance, cgee at stc-law daht comm, www.stc-law.com, 503-228-5222
BIKES+BOOKS
Disjecta Courtyard, 1848 North McClellen Take Trimet (On McClellen between Denver and Fenwick, in the courtyard)
6:30pm - 8:30pm
* RAIN OR SHINE *

A literary event with a bar.

In the last five years, Portland has seen an explosion of authors publishing bike-related books. For one night only, Filmed by Bike and Nisus Gallery will bring these authors to the alfresco stage for an evening of live readings, a bar, food cart, book sales, book signing and a photo booth in the courtyard. (inside space available, too)

Featured authors:
Tori Bortman "Big Book of Bicycling"
Mykle Hansen "I, Slutbot" "Help a Bear is Eating Me"
Lucy Burningham "Hop in the Saddle"
Evan P. Schneider "Boneshaker Almanac"

Ayleen Crotty, AyleenCrotty at Gmail daht comm, CHECK OUT THE DETAILS HERE!, 971-221-7228
BIKE BAND RIDE
Holladay Park, NE Multnomah betw NE 11th & 13th Take Trimet
CANCELED Gahhh, sorry! It sucks that instruments hate rain... Maybe we'll do one later this summer!
Bring your musical instruments to bike with as we roll around acoustically interesting areas and make some sweet sounds! All musical instruments welcome! Why let the unipiper have all the fun? I'm sure we'll see plenty of harmonicas so brush up on your C-scale! Drums? Definitely! Trumpets? Totally! Saxophones? Sure! Keytar? Killer! Maybe some Louie, Louie? Let's be a Bike Band!
BubbleStar, gvpope at gmail daht comm
PHOTOBOOTH RIDE 21+
White Owl Social Club (1305 SE 8th Avenue) Take Trimet
7:00pm
Take a picture! It'll last longer! A fun casual ride to some of Portland's photo booths (mostly in bars). Bring some change and some props for photo booth fun. Hopefully we can snag a few of your pics for a photo booth ride album :)
Start at White Owl Social Club, then Beulahland, jog over Alleyway, Florida Room and end at Disjecta book store with the Bike+Book crew for some brews and final pictures.
(Why am I posting the stops? So, folks can join in when they want and plan the rest of their Pedalpalooza riding fun!)

Vanessa, vforro79 at gmail daht comm
TOUR DE FRANZIA 21+
Sabin HydroPark , NE 19th and Skidmore Take Trimet (Under the large towers full of liquids. No, seriously.)
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Bring any color you like: red, pink, or white!

Facebook Event Page: http://on.fb.me/1pp1H72

Join us as we celebrate la difference of the very affordable and quite nearly drinkable wines in a box - and tip our hats to the riders who time-trial, hit the crit, and slow bike in style with as we tour our way around three of Portland's cutest parks in NE, starting at Sabin Park on NE 19th & Skidmore!

BYOBox! Baguettes, cheese, and corn dogs are also welcome.

Ernest & Julio
SILENT RIDE
10:00pm
the chilliest ride of pedalpalooza. take a moment, or ten miles, to fully experience everything around you as you stealth through the night with a great crew, stringing between places you've probably yet to explore. ride is a loop. chill pace.
Claire, clairealyea at gmail daht comm

Thursday June 26

VOLUNTEER FOR BEER!
Overlook Park, N Interstate Ave and Fremont St Take Trimet (Softball diamond infield SW corner of the park.)
10:45am - 12:45pm, Each shift is 2 hours long and continues until 9:30PM (Except Sunday), June 26 - 29
For the 9th year in a row, we'll be at the North American Organic Brewers Festival   at Overlook Park in N. Portland watching over bikes put in our care by event patrons.
This year, the event runs from June 26-29, which leads to 4 days of beer, fun, beer, music, beer, camaraderie, beer, bicycles, and oh yes, beer.  Did I mention beer?? Did I mention Organic Beer???
Well step right up because for every 2 hour shift, you get a mug and 12 tokens! That's enough for 3 full ones, or 12 samples of North America's finest organic brews!!
Shifts run every 2 hours until 9:30PM
North American Organic Brewers Festival, balhallard at gmail daht comm, Signup Genius NAOBF Bike Parking
EXPLORE THE GREEN BIKE LOOP
Go by Bike, 3303 SW Bond Take Trimet (Valet bike parking at the base of the Aerial Tram)
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Downtown needs more north-south bike routes. The Tilikum bridge needs a connection to PSU. Riders thru the Lloyd District need an easier way to cross I-5 and I-84. The Green Loop plan could solve these problems, if it moves from an idea into reality. Explore from the west end of the bridge, along the Park Blocks, over the Broadway bridge and thru the Lloyd district and Eastside district to OMSI. We will show easy changes that can make this a great bike route now, and the long-term plans and goals. http://goo.gl/maps/uJhOY www.facebook.com/events/658107217598200
Joseph & Sean, Green Bike Loop
MT. BIKE OREGON PDX HAPPY HOUR
Velo Cult, 1969 NE 42nd Take Trimet (Home of the Amazing Tap List)
5:30pm - 8:00pm
Happy Hour for Dirt Lovers.

The 10th Annual Mt. Bike Oregon is a mt. biker's dream getaway with the best trails, free demo bikes, free beer, shuttles and everything included. The event is in Oakridge - surrounded on all sides by National Forest.

Let's revel in the glory of Mt. Bike Oregon's 10 years and dream of endless miles of sweet, sweet singletrack while having a beer at Velo Cult.

Guides will be on hand to talk trails and what's new for this year.

Come ask questions about the event or share your stories from over the years.

Team Mt. Bike Oregon, AyleenCrotty at gmail daht comm, MTBoregon.com, 971-221-7228
B4HPDX FREE VOLUNTEER MECHANICS CLASS FF
B4HPDX Shop & Bike School, 3354 SE Powell Blvd Portland OR 97202 Take Trimet
6:00pm - 9:00pm, Every Thursday
Bikes For Humanity PDX (B4HPDX) Thursdays Free Volunteer Mechanics Class
8-week professionally instructed bicycle mechanics curriculum trains volunteers complete overhaul and tune-up procedures.
Free to all B4HPDX volunteers. (We invite students to volunteer 10 hours with us for receiving this 24-hr curriculum.)
Thursdays 6-9pm. (Except holidays. Check b4hpdx.org Google Calendar for holiday schedule.)
Students can practice on own bikes during hands-on portion of lesson.

*b4hpdx.org is fiscally sponsored by ImpactNW, a 501(c)3 public charity.

Steven, b4hpdx at gmail daht comm, Bikes For Humanity PDX
BROKEN BICYCLES TOM WAITS RIDE 21+
Billy Ray's Dive Bar, 2216 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Take Trimet (2216 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd)
6:00pm - 12:00am
A slow boozy ride through Portland's dive bars, while celebrating the elusive spirit of Tom Waits.
The Human Skeleton, thehumanskeleton at yahoo daht comm, tiny.cc/twaits
TRANSPORT YOUR ACTIVISM
Organics To You, 606 SE Madison Take Trimet
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Join AROW to ride Portland's bikeways to see what we want to change!  We'll have maps & plans, contact info for complaints & suggestions.
.
This is a democratic ride, if there's some place you want to highlight and get letters out, contact me before the ride or just come and we can work it in.  
.
Bring tape measures, radar guns, graph paper, smart phones, iPads, etc.  
.
It'll be wonky.  I'll bring toys, tools and documents.
.
Meet for coffee or beer at the end point.

Ted Buehler, ted101 at gmail daht comm, bikeportland.org/2010/06/23/ride-provides-info-and-inspiration-for-transportation-activism-35561
THE GINGER RIDE (6TH ANNUAL!)
White Owl Social Club, 1305 SE 8th Ave Take Trimet
6:30pm, Meet at 6:30 PM, we ride at 7 PM!
Bring your bike, your red hairs, your red wig (if you're not a natural), and let us ride red!  PS it's free!
The Ginger Rider, https://www.facebook.com/TheGingerRide
YOUNG MEDITATORS RIDE!
6:45pm
Come join folks from the Shambala Young Meditators Group! We'll meet at Colonel Summers Park, ride to some beautiful nature, and break to enjoy a short meditation there. If you've never meditated, do not fear! We'll have some basic guidance to get you started. And, then, because we're young and hip (unlike old meditators) we'll bike to another scenic destination, where we can bask in sunset and happy hour together (bring snackies & drinks to enjoy and share!) Ride will be ~5 miles, on the East Side, and friendly to all! (Young is a definition of spirit, not age!)P.s.Bring something to sit on!
Kelly Aldinger, kelly.aldinger at gmail daht comm, Portland Young Meditators
PORTLAND CRUISER RIDE - BUBBLE WRAP, DUCT TAPE, AN
Brooklyn Park Pub, 3400 SE Milwaukie Ave Take Trimet (We will be the ones wearing bubble wrap, duct tape, and cardboard)
7:00pm, Meet at 7, Ride at 8
Join us for our weekly Portland Cruiser Ride in Bubble Wrap, Duct Tape, and Cardboard!

Meetup Location: Brooklyn Park Pub - 3400 SE Milwaukie Ave

Meetup Time: 7:00pm, Ride Time, 8:00pm

Get the Details at http://portlandcruiserride.com/bubble-wrap-duct-tape-and-cardboard/

Eric Rosenberg, eric at portlandcruiserride daht comm, Portland Cruiser Ride
UNICYCLES FOR NOOBS FF
Alberta Park Bike Polo Court, NE 22nd Ave and Killingsworth St. Take Trimet
7:00pm
Are you uni-curious? Don't want to deal with TWO wheels, a chain, derailleur, gears, or handlebars? Want to learn to get from Point A to Point B, on one wheel, without doing a faceplant? Then please join us for the Nth annual Unis for Noobs event.

We'll supply a plethora of unicycles and support for anyone, young or old, who wants to learn to ride.
 
You'll need to bring your own gloves, pads, and a helmet. We do not assume any responsibility for anything stupid that you do.

This is a family-friendly event put on by Portland's Unicycle Bastards. If you don't like us, then don't go.

Hamilton H. Orr, ubtumblr at gmail daht comm
THAT 70'S RIDE
7:00pm - 9:00pm
It's the 70's again hip hugger and bell bottom, and gumby shoes.
We will be cruising the water front.
Digit Man! this will be one groovy ride!

Keith & Danny Partridge
TOUR OF PORTLAND PART TOO...MMR VERSION 21+
Suki's Bar and Grill, 2401 SW 4th Ave Take Trimet (In the parking lot.)
9:30pm - 12:30am, Roughly 2-3 hours depending on whatever happens.
Last years Tour of Portland went swimmingly.  This ride will mimic, The Most Infamous and Contested MMR, of all time! It will be almost, exactly, the same planned route down to figure 8's and tiny gates.  Except, among other things, the end point will be at a typical merriment spot on the East side of the river.  This is to appease those that despised the end of, The Most Infamous and Contested MMR, of all time!  Ride length is roughly 12 reasonably easy miles.  A bit technical in places.  BYO intoxicants, lights, and firewood.
Steven Michael

Friday June 27

EARLY MORNING COFFEE & RIDE
6:00am - 8:30am, Meet at 6, ride at 6:30
Join me for early brew & breakfast nibbles, followed by a ride up and over some hills. Meet at 6, ride at 6:30. End at BonB around 8:30am. The best way to start your day!
Erinne, erinne.larissa at gmail daht comm
BREAKFAST ON THE BRIDGES
Hawthorne, Burnside, and Lower Steel Bridges Take Trimet
7:00am - 9:00am
Stop for some coffee, treats, and camaraderie. Running late? We've got tardy slips! A Portland tradition since 2002.
Shift, bonb at lists.riseup daht nett, shift2bikes.org/wiki/bikefun:breakfast_on_the_bridges
BREAKFAST ON THE BRIDGES
Steel, Burnside, and Hawthorne bridges, bridgey Take Trimet
7:15am, Last Friday of every month
The last friday of every month for over 10 years now, the Shift community has been providing free pastries and coffee (and sometimes, bacon, biscuits and gravy, yogurt, fruit, etc) to bike commuters.  We gather every month on the Steel (esplanade east side), Hawthorne (westbound off ramp), and Burnside (east end, westbound).  Join us during your commute for companionship and a little nutrition and a lot of good times.
Cap'n Pastry, shift2bikes.org/wiki/bikefun:breakfast_on_the_bridges
VOLUNTEER FOR BEER!
Overlook Park, N Interstate Ave and Fremont St Take Trimet (Softball diamond infield SW corner of the park.)
10:45am - 12:45pm, Each shift is 2 hours long and continues until 9:30PM (Except Sunday), June 26 - 29
For the 9th year in a row, we'll be at the North American Organic Brewers Festival   at Overlook Park in N. Portland watching over bikes put in our care by event patrons.
This year, the event runs from June 26-29, which leads to 4 days of beer, fun, beer, music, beer, camaraderie, beer, bicycles, and oh yes, beer.  Did I mention beer?? Did I mention Organic Beer???
Well step right up because for every 2 hour shift, you get a mug and 12 tokens! That's enough for 3 full ones, or 12 samples of North America's finest organic brews!!

North American Organic Brewers Festival, balhallard at gmail daht comm, Signup Genius NAOBF Bike Parking
TANK OF DOOM TOUR OF PDX OIL PROFITEERS
North Park Blocks, NW Park Ave and Couch St Take Trimet (We'll be close to the elephant--the one in the room.)
11:30am - 4:30pm, We leave the park blocks at 12 noon and return there between 4 and 5 PM.
Did you know that as the ice melts in the Arctic Sea and glaciers in West Antarctica slide into irreversible decline, there are many corporations still happy to drill away with business as usual, profiting from the pollution of drinking water, the fouling of the air, the trampling of the treaty rights of the indigenous peoples of North America, the destruction of regional ecosystems, and the fatal unravelling of the biosphere? You probably knew that. All the more reason to join the Tank of Doom as its specter haunts the NW Portland facilities of these profiteers. We'll go at a slow pace.
Portland Rising Tide, wkempferjr at gmail daht comm, Portland Rising Tide, 503-926-3867
SAVE OUR BIKE LANES - ON COLUMBIA! WA
Interstate Bike Path - West Side Columbia, 196 SE Columbia Way, vancouver wa Take Trimet
4:45pm - 6:15pm, Through 30 July
The City of Vancouver is planning on dropping / removing bike lanes planned for Columbia and McLoughlin for sharrows. They have funding approved for bike lanes. These are the bike highways for Vancouver - Portland regional bike traffic. Look for signs on the I-5 Interstate Path, bike friendly businesses, and at MCBF for more information.
Todd Boulanger, todd.boulanger at yahoo daht comm
CRITICAL MASS: PEOPLE, PLANET, PEACE OVER PROFIT
North Park Blocks, NW Park Ave and Couch St Take Trimet (Bronze Elephant)
5:30pm
Catastrophic climate change is already gripping our planet. But Portland is still clogged with cars, our rivers and rails are highways for fossil fuels, and our air continues to be poisoned by the worst polluters in the country.

We have no more chances. With our future at stake, we have no choice other than pedaling for People, Planet, and Peace over Profit.

Bring your bike.

PDX Bike Swarm And PDX Valkyries
GRANT PETERSEN RIDE
Belmont Food Carts, SE 43rd & Belmont Take Trimet
6:45pm - 9:45pm, We roll at 7. Bring lights.
GP designed or influenced bikes recommended, but ride what you got. We will ride 20-ish miles at a casually brisk pace with breaks seeking out dirt, puddles, cut-throughs, hills, etc. You may have to push or carry your bike at some point. Ride is NOT a loop.
Andy Schmidt
THE SPROCKETTES RIDE
Peninsula Park Take Trimet (700 N Rosa Parks Way)
7:00pm
Join us in hot pink & black as we celebrate 10 Years of The Sprockettes. This special edition of our monthy ride will take participants through Sprockettes history in a fun and interactive way. Bring something to stencil on, a flower or "bling" for Kiki, and your dancing shoes. Expect OG faces, music, shenanigans, skits, and a few surprises!!! The route is mini-bike friendly though we'll move at an adult pace. Ride ends in SE.
The Sprockettes, sprockettes at gmail daht comm
BIKE MURAL DEBUT AND BREAKING AWAY SCREENING @ BIK
7:00pm

Vincent, vincelevy at gmail daht comm
RUN-D.M.C. VS. BEASTIE BOYS
North Bar, 5008 SE Division St Take Trimet (Meet across the street in one of the parking lots)
8:00pm
Calling all B-Boys & Fly-Girls!
Yes, yes y'all and we don't stop!

For our 3rd year, we're ENDING Pedalpalooza with a bang!

Slow Rockin' ride BUMPING Run-DMC and Beastie Boys jams, Funky Fresh Old School Hip-Hop (NYC early 80s NYC) & maybe some G-Funk bangers as we roll around the "mean streets" of P-Town.

SLOW pace w/occasional dancing stop(s).

R.I.P. Jam Master Jay (Jason Mizell) & MCA (Adam Yauch)

Break Dancers: BYO Cardboard

Bring Lights! Rock ADIDAS! Ride at own risk!
Not a loop

*Continuation of the lighthearted protest & principles of http://pdxwnbr.org/why/ without nudity

Diablo, FaceBook Event

Saturday June 28

HISTORY OF HOUSING DISCRIMINATION RIDE
CCC Offices (NOT the bike shop), 1805 NE 2nd Ave. Take Trimet (Community Cycling Center Offices are just north of NE Broadway)
CANCELED This ride has been postponed. Please email justin@oregoncat.org if you are interested when we reschedule
Ever wonder why is Portland the whitest large city in the US? Portland and Oregon have a long, ugly history of housing discrimination and segregation, and despite the Fair Housing Act of '68, we still have work to do. Join the Community Cycling Center, the Community Alliance of Tenants, OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon and the Fair Housing Council of Oregon to learn and discuss how the legacies of these policies and practices still shape our communities, neighborhoods and attitudes. Only 25 spots, RSVP required, ride is NOT a loop, and free lunch will be provided!
Justin Buri, Mychal Tettah, Diane Hess, Chiquita Rollins And Vivian Satterfield, justin at oregoncat daht oh are gee
BIKES FOR HUMANITY VOLUNTEER REPAIR CLINICS FF
B4HPDX Store, 3354 SE Powell Blvd. Portland Oregon Take Trimet
10:00am - 6:00pm, Every Saturday
Bikes For Humanity PDX(B4HPDX) is a charitable service project aimed at providing our community affordable refurbished bikes, repair classes & workshop space.
Volunteers meet M-W 2-9pm, Th-F 12pm-6pm, and Sat 10am-6pm, to refurbish donated bikes for recirculation within PDX community. Every 2 hours volunteered earns 1 hour free use of pro shop for your own project.
Financial aid and earn-a-bike programs available to help everyone afford a bike.

See full details at www.b4hpdx.org

*b4hpdx.org is fiscally sponsored by ImpactNW, a 501(c)3 public charity.

Steven, b4hpdx at gmail daht comm, Bikes For Humanity PDX
EBIKE RIDE WITH MARTINA
Ebike store, N 809 Rosa Parks Way Take Trimet (Parking Lot)
10:00am, Our ride will leave at 10:15
Let's explore North Portland by ebike: Ride on calm side street, the Peninsual Crossing Trail, see Bybee Lake... we probably stop for some coffee on the way and have a sag wagon on call. Ebikes may be rented at the ebike store!
Martina Fahrner, Martina at pobox daht comm, www.ebikestore.com, 971-263-0475
PARKLANDIA! A BIKE TOUR OF PORTLAND PARKS
10:30am - 1:30pm

Know Your City, ask at knowyourcity daht oh are gee, www.knowyourcity.org, 971-717-7307
VOLUNTEER FOR BEER!
Overlook Park, N Interstate Ave and Fremont St Take Trimet (Softball diamond infield SW corner of the park.)
10:45am - 12:45pm, Each shift is 2 hours long and continues until 9:30PM (Except Sunday), June 26 - 29
For the 9th year in a row, we'll be at the North American Organic Brewers Festival   at Overlook Park in N. Portland watching over bikes put in our care by event patrons.
This year, the event runs from June 26-29, which leads to 4 days of beer, fun, beer, music, beer, camaraderie, beer, bicycles, and oh yes, beer.  Did I mention beer?? Did I mention Organic Beer???
Well step right up because for every 2 hour shift, you get a mug and 12 tokens! That's enough for 3 full ones, or 12 samples of North America's finest organic brews!!

North American Organic Brewers Festival, balhallard at gmail daht comm, Signup Genius NAOBF Bike Parking
LOVING OREGON SUMMER: HELVETIA BIKE RIDE
Orenco MAX Station, NW 231st Ave and NE Alder St, Hillsboro Take Trimet (Orenco MAX Station)
11:30am - 2:30pm
Hailed as one of Oregon's irreplaceable high-value farming areas, Helvetia is also mighty scenic. Farmers and advocates there have repeatedly engaged in the land use process to protect prime soils from attempted conversions to landfills, freeways, and subdivisions. Join us as we ride by scenic farmland, transit-oriented development, and explore the edge of the Urban Growth Boundary. (And learn what a UGB is and why you love it.)

The ride is a 15-mile loop through Helvatia, including a stop at the Helvatia Tavern. Bring money for beer (and, if you want, a legendary burger).

1000 Friends Of Oregon & Amanda Caffall, amanda at friends daht oh are gee, 1000 Friends of Oregon, 503-497-1000 x137
SUNNY DAY NEKKID RIDE 21+
Coe Circle, Joan of Arc Statue, 3900 NE Glisan St Take Trimet (Coe Circle, Joan of Arc Statue, 3900 NE Glisan @ Cesar Chavez)
1:00pm - 3:30pm
About 200 times the fun of the night time WNBR, since it's 200 times smaller and it happens unannounced to passers-by and it's in the daytime, this legal naked protest ride against fossil fuels is a gentle tour of all 5 quadrants with total nudity encouraged (OK, helmet/shoes/body paint maybe -- please be somewhat nude)!  It's like being a casting director where the citizens of Portland are trying out for the part of pleasantly freaked-out neighbors, and everyone gets a role.  Leaves Joan of Arc (NE Glisan [at] 39th/Cesar Chavez) 1:00pm, ends at The Bike Fair, Col. Summers Park.
Fluxgeo, fluxgeo at yahoo daht comm, 971-207-5804
THE PINK PARADE
1:00pm - 4:00pm

Brian Davis, brian at lancasterengineering daht comm
15NOW! VS. MINIMUM WAGE;) FF
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet
2:00pm
Bring All the Flare! Helmets, posters, costumes, bullhorns, trailers, music, and your self!
Jude, judeisatraveler at gmail daht comm
THE BIKE FAIR FF
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet
2:00pm - 7:00pm
The annual Multnomah County Bike Fair returns! Vendors, beer, entertainment, and plenty of bike events. Details to come...

Interested in volunteering, performing, or becoming a vendor? Send an email to thirtysevenart[at]hotmail.com

Agent Scout
NWTA - RIDE TO YOUR RIDE
Cartlandia, 8145 SE 82nd St., Portland, OR Take Trimet
2:00pm, 2:30pm we ride
NWTA - Ride to your ride: Join the Northwest Trail Alliance for a trail ride from your front door. That's right, ride your mountain bike to where you ride your mountain bike. Ride meets at 2pm at Cartlandia for a ride at Powell Butte. Leave your car at home, but be sure to bring your mountain bike, helmet, lights for the ride home, water, and a lock/money if you want to enjoy food/beverage afterward. This no drop ride is a loop, but is a great way to meet new riding buddies. All abilities and ages welcome.
Northwest Trail Alliance, patrickl at nw_trail daht oh are gee, nw-trail.org
SAVE OUR I-5 BIKE LANES!
MCBF , meet during MCBF Take Trimet (Walking around MCBF with signs.)
4:00pm - 6:30pm
The City of Vancouver is planning on dropping / removing bike lanes planned for Columbia and McLoughlin for sharrows. They have funding approved for bike lanes. These are the bike highways for Vancouver - Portland regional bike traffic. Look for signs at MCBF for more information. Rain date - see the Shift Calendar in July.
Todd Boulanger, todd.boulanger at yahoo daht comm
NWTA FAMILY MTN BIKE NIGHT RIDE, BONFIRE, AND CAMP FF
EasyCLIMB Trail Cascade Locks, https://www.google.com/maps/@45.6852998,-121.853669,17z Take Trimet (Through Town, Left of Forest Lane, Left on Industrial Way to the End)
6:00pm - 10:00pm, Get there when you can, it is a 3 mile loop around the Fire Pit.
Come on out the Cascade Locks to the NWTA easyCLIMB trail for a family night of mtn bike riding, starlight bonfire, and campout.  Come for any and all! Free.
- Family/beginner friendly trail system along the Columbia river.  Bring Head Lamps or lights for night ride.
- We plan to be there with Camas Bikes by 6pm.  
- Skills course for the kids.
- Bonfire starts at dark to cook hot dogs/brats and marshmallows over.  
- No camping facilities, no water, but plenty of places to pitch a tent or park the RV, so plan accordingly.  There will be a bathroom
Home of Take A Kid Mtn Bike Day October 4th

Northwest Trail Alliance, andyc at nw-trail daht oh are gee, www.dimwitswithbritelites.org
LOUD'N'LIT RIDE
Col. Summers Park, SE 20th and Belmont Take Trimet (post-bike fair party)
8:00pm - 4:00am, Meetup at 8, we ride at 9pm
Closing out Pedalpalooza with a bang fo sho.   Flaming tall bike jousting tourney, fire performances, DJ's till the sun came up, and just in general more fun than anyone could shake a stick at. Get up in your loudest craziest costumes, bikes, bring your noise makers, get ready to raise some hell!
Tall Tour Crew