Frames Within Frames

A full year of bike-based art.

Culture Features
Portland cyclists are not content to limit their demonstrations of affection to soggy winter commuting, bombing downhill from the zoo and quaffing too much beer at Apex. Portlanders who worship    More
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 REBECCA JACOBSON

Pedaling Their Wares

Which Portland bike delivery services are worth the price?

Culture Features
Setting aside the obvious ecological benefits of bicycles over idling cars, bike couriers have always been an efficient choice in dense city environments because they don’t have to worry about s   More
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 MATTHEW KORFHAGE

U-Lock or You Walk

Some surprising bike-theft facts from cops and bike shops.

Culture Features
Brian Leber watched an imposing figure roll into Bike Gallery with a road bike that had been sprayed black with truck bed-liner paint. “I knew right away it was our bike,” he says. A $2,00   More
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 ENID SPITZ

Spoke Addicts

Portland is America’s best bike city. Why does anyone here drive?

Cover Story
Portland is hell on four wheels. Our roads are clogged with a noxious blend of light-footed Prius drivers, manic transplants in Volvos and frustrated guys in F-150s who seem convinced their ball   More
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 WW Culture Staff

Seven-Day Cycle

A noncyclist gives up his car to live one week by bike.

Culture Features
In the four years I’ve lived in Portland, I have ridden a Razor scooter more often than I’ve ridden a bike. That is to say, I have never ridden a bike in Portland. Like a good, native Southern   More
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 MATTHEW SINGER

Biking for Borscht

A ride out to 82nd avenue’s dynamic Cartlandia pod.

Food Cart Reviews
You can drive to Cartlandia, but you probably shouldn’t. Not just because this “bike-centric food-cart superpod” on Southeast 82nd Avenue is 3 gallons from much of Portland, but because the    More
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 MARTIN CIZMAR

BrewCycle: Up Cycle

Bar Reviews
Admit it, you’re curious: You’ve see drunk tourists in boat shoes rolling around on a weird contraption that looks like a playhouse welded to a bike rack, and you’ve wondered if it’s any f   More
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 MARTIN CIZMAR

Your First Overnighter

Everything you need to know before your first bikepacking trip.

Culture Features
Rochelle Comeaux and Don Eaton remember their first overnighter as cyclists. It was the first day of their 70-day cross-country trip along the TransAmerica Trail, which winds 4,233 miles from As   More
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 REBECCA JACOBSON


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