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El Programa Hispano


Last year, The Bicycle Transportation Alliance led bikes rides with 63 high school students from El Programa Hispano in East Portland and Troutdale. These rides were […]

BTA and Bikes 4 Humanity Spring 2015 Bike Drive

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The Bicycle Transportation Alliance Education team partnered with Bikes 4 Humanity on June 6 and 7 to donate 40 bikes, helmets, sets of lights, bells, and U-locks […]

Safe Routes to School: Beach Elementary is ready to roll!

Thank You City Council for supporting Safe Routes to School!

Kids at Beach Elementary School rode with us as part of their final lesson in the Safe Routes for Kids curriculum on Friday (6/5). During the […]

Walk+Bike Challenge in Three Easy Steps!

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Easy as ABC, 123! Register! It’s that simple. Sign your school up for the Challenge and download the coordinator packet for great tips and resources. Order incentives! All […]

Five Reasons to Track for the Walk+Bike Challenge

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Tomorrow kicks off Walk+Bike Challenge month! Have you registered your school? The Walk + Bike Challenge is a friendly competition aimed at encouraging more kids and families […]

Walk+Bike Challenge Champion: Patrick Deegan


Meet Patrick Deegan, Walk+Bike Coordinator at Edison Elementary for the last two years. Patrick first became involved in Walk+Bike in 2012 when he noticed that there […]

It’s Electric: The Benefits of E-bikes


Did you know that the fastest growing sector of the cycling industry worldwide is e-bikes? Electric bikes are taking off in Europe. In Belgium and the Netherlands, where […]

Walk+Bike Challenge Champion: Holly McRae

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You can be a Walk+Bike Challenge champion like Holly! There are many different ways to get involved and support the Walk+Bike Challenge. You can become a Challenge Coordinator […]

Walk+Bike with Grouptrail to raise funds!

The BTA’s annual Walk + Bike Challenge is a friendly, month-long competition aimed at encouraging more kids and families to walk and bike to and from […]

Youth Speak Out at the Youth Bike Summit


What do a marching band, a youth-lead workshop on how to give public testimony, and Seattle Mayor Ed Murray have in common? All these things were […]

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