The Clinton Street Greenway of 2016


The following is a B4HPDX volunteer’s reflections on bicycle infrastructure in Portland and does not represent the views of Bikes for Humanity PDX. Rather B4HPDX welcomes conversations about cycling conditions as a means of engaging and empowering commuters, and fostering community around bicycling.  These past few weeks, riding the stretch of Clinton between 12th and

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Steven at the peak of Joy Mountain


If anyone needs inspiration for bike-related resolutions for the year, we have received another dispatch from Steven’s bike adventures. He made it to the top of Taiwan’s highest point, Hehuanshan, also known as “Joy Mountain,” a serious ride on its own, much more so after three months of continuous touring and constant on-the-road repairs. “After

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A record-breaking year at B4HPDX: Help ensure an even better 2016!

B4H volunteers at McCoy Park after the North Portland Sunday Parkways, ready to bike move back to the shop The mission of Bikes for Humanity has been put into action this year like never before. That mission, to substantially increase public access to affordable and safe bicycles while empowering self-sufficiency in bicycle maintenance and commuting,

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6 Ways to Give to Bikes For Humanity This Holiday Season

Santa on a bike

‘Tis the season, folks! If you’ve seen a single string of Christmas lights, heard a single Christmas song or had a single sip of egg nog (that’s probably as much as anyone needs, really), chances are you’re bursting with Christmas spirit. Why not channel that urge for charitable giving and stuff our stockings? Below, you’ll

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