Portland Brewery Tour: Discover Some Of The Best Beer (And Coffee) In Portland

Ah Portland, a city that loves caffeine and alcohol almost as much as it loves cycling and the Timbers.  Maybe more. To lend a little credibility to that statement, consider this: there are over 80 breweries in the… Read More


Portland Mansion: A Grueling, Beautiful Bike Ride To Portland’s Historic Pittock Mansion

High in the wooded neighborhood of Hillside sits a historic mansion. From this historic mansion there’s a breathtaking view. You might think that any Portland panorama this spectacular would have long since been monopolized by a wealthy city… Read More


24 Hours In Portland: A Must See Bike Ride In The City Of Roses

From one of the world’s most dangerous port cities to a thriving nucleus of craft beer and counterculturalism, it’s safe to say a lot has changed in Portland over the years. Unlike New York or Chicago or San… Read More


Portland Pedestrian Bridge: Biking The Waterfront Park Trail To Tilikum Crossing

If you’ve ever been to Portland, you know there’s one thing its residents prize more than their artisan coffee and small-batch alcohol: namely, the city’s bridges. From the beauty of the St. John’s to the history of the… Read More


Eastbank Esplanade: Portland’s Can’t Miss Waterfront Bike Trail To The Springwater Corridor

If you’re looking for the ideal Portland bike trail, consider it found. No, this isn’t a classic case of clickbait hyperbole. Whether you’re talking about its accessibility, its location, its views, or its upkeep, the Eastbank Esplanade has… Read More


Rocky Butte: A Bike Ride Up The Volcanoes Of East Portland

There are volcanoes in the city of Portland. It’s true: four of them, to be exact. They make up part of an extensive network of 32 shield volcanoes and lava cones stretching from Oregon to southwest Washington. Interestingly,… Read More


Kelley Point Park: A Bike Ride To Portland’s Hidden Northern Beach

Roughly 10 miles northwest of the Pearl District, at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers, sits one of Portland’s most secluded public beaches. Yes, you read that correctly. Though they may not offer miles of golden… Read More


Valencia Street San Francisco: Biking The Mission To Market Street

Take some time to bike around San Francisco and you’ll quickly find that its trails are an apt reflection of the city’s overall eclecticism. Whether you prefer crushing the single track on Mount Sutro, burning your legs up… Read More


Embarcadero SF: A Bike Ride Along The San Francisco Bay Trail

So you’re off to take that spiffy new rental bike for a spin on the Embarcadero, are you? A wise choice, as this 3-mile roadway constitutes one of the most cycle-friendly coastal stretches in San Francisco. To fully… Read More


Bike The Bay: A Must-See One Day Cycling Tour In San Francisco

For such a modestly sized city, San Francisco certainly packs a wallop. Every year, approximately 25 million visitors pile into its 47 square miles, attracted as much by the treasure trove of recognizable landmarks as by the distinctly… Read More