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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.
On She Goes, backed by Portland ad agency Wieden & Kennedy, offers tips on queer dating abroad, biking while brown, and even a POC-focused guide to Portland.
Forest Park: The Future
After decades of dreaming, big shifts—from a shiny visitors center to mountain bike trails—await the city's crown jewel.
Bike to the beach, run in support of paid family leave, celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day, and take a walk with 1,000 puppers.
The Other Oregon: Along I-84
Hit these breweries just off I-84, then pay back your designated driver with warm pools and museums.
Brian Barker and Margaret Seiler
Friends on Bikes aims to foster a more diverse and inclusive cycling scene through advocacy and community building—and doughnuts.
The cycling-accessory maker moves from San Francisco to the Rose City in April.
One Pearl District exercise studio trades dance parties for flow states, feminism, and freewheel bikes.
We’ve got 10 gold-standard destinations and off-the-radar alternatives that will blow your little ones’ little minds.
Kelly Clarke, Zach Dundas, and Margaret Seiler
From a bike-enabled smartphone holder to the finest backcountry meals, we’ve got little bit of everything for the adventurer on your list.
Ayleen Crotty and Lizann Dunegan's book offers 40 sweet rides spanning the Portland area. Here are four of their favorites.
Unwind with free massages and yoga classes, a community-building potluck, a healing-focused crafts fair, or a Grinch-themed bike ride.
The local spin studio celebrates National Bullying Prevention Month with a pledge to promote inclusivity and respect.
Taste 60 varieties of apples, dozens of fermented foods, and hundreds of vegan treats this month—or ride handmade bikes and run across town in full Halloween garb.
Transgender Riders United gives trans Portlanders a place to share their passion for cycling.
Local author Adam Sawyer teams up with Falcon Guide to explore the great outdoors.
Bike across Portland’s bridges, grow your own produce, sip on organic beer, and make a plan to explore Crater Lake.
It's been a long time coming, and it's not even our first try. After 10 years of planning, Portland's Nike-sponsored bike share program is live.
Float down the Willamette, run through wine country, learn to pickle those summer veggies, and ride up to Rocky Butte.