Get on a bike: You can tool around the neighborhood, become a bike commuter for the summer, head out on a scenic long-distance trek on the Iron Horse Trail or take on the 200-plus miles from Seattle to Portland. Whatever you do, wear a helmet.
Every Hiking Spot Near Portland You Need to Explore
Every Hiking Spot Near Portland You Need to Explore http://ift.tt/2tr46UJ Oregon is for hikers. Even if you live in the Rose City or youre just visiting there are countless trails waiting to be explored just out your front door. With more than 5000 acres of greenspace and 80 miles of soft-surface trails Portlands Forest Park the largest urban forest in the U.S. is calling you. Lets just say Portlands got it made. Theres no shortage of ways to take this all in but here are 16 ideas to…
In a couple of days @thrphoto @thegentlemanatlarge, @wolfepaw, and @puglife83 will start pedaling the new Trek 920s with ski touring gear, riding from Portland to Bend Oregon and stopping to climb and ski 6 volcanoes along the way. In a low snow year like this one, these bikes will be the perfect vehicle for the long, dirt road approaches to where the skiing starts. photo credit: @thrphoto #drivenbyadventure #bike2skiOregon
From NY Times: A hybrid bike called the Fremont. Conceived by the design firm Ziba and Signal Cycles, this cargo bike features a small side trailer that holds an expandable, Filson-like canvas satchel. Go to ziba.com/thefremont.