From summer swims to winter film fests, here's how to fill your calendar.
Portland Monthly Staff
You're in Marcia-Land now. Here are all the ways Portland is the most-est.
Floyd Landis, who was stripped of his 2006 Tour de France medal, talks about healing with cannabis, doping, and the corrupt world of pro cycling.
Viral Bikes founder Steve Domahidy breaks down his innovative design.
Looking to ease into two-wheeled, off-road travel? This mellow gravel trail offers dramatic canyon views and bucolic riverside campsites.
The quintet of winning designs—one for each of the city's quadrants—are now rolling through Portland streets.
A short intro might be just the way to sample BurnCycle's beloved intensity.
You have until May 3 to vote on your favorite for each Portland quadrant.
Snackholes to snazzy socks, your commute just got a whole lot cushier.
Fitness: Ride On
Molly Sugar, founder of Friends on Bikes, talks bike camping, spandex, and doughnuts.
Fitness: Gonna Make You Sweat
Squats and burpees? Spin bikes and club vibes? Old-school kettlebell swings and snatches? No matter your style, this city has something for you.
Rebecca Jacobson, Molly Woodstock, Kelly Clarke, and Fiona McCann
Blast off—it's a cyclist in space!
Wine Country Escapes: Two Wheels
Tour a close-to-home AVA on two wheels (or four).
Portlanders can surf, run, ferment, bike, stretch, rock climb, and give back to Oregon’s public lands.
Portland's bike share program now offers hand cycles, trikes, supportive cuffs, and more.
Walk with corgis, run along the Oregon Trail, cycle on a Portland rooftop, and learn how to prepare a pelvic steam.
Molly Woodstock and Regan Breeden
Our great outdoors can be close to home, truly wild, or even both. Get out there.
We’ve got 10 gold-standard destinations and off-the-radar alternatives that will blow your little ones’ little minds.
Zach Dundas, Margaret Seiler, and Kelly Clarke
Learn to climb at Smith Rock, raft the White Salmon River, cook Ayurvedic meals, and practice yoga at Ponzi Vineyards.
Portland's new oasis for mountain biking and urban hiking is wedged between two highways.