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East Portland Commuters: See you on your route home!


The weather is getting nicer and we’re excited for the spring season in Portland! We want to connect with our bike commuter friends in East Portland, so […]

25th Anniversary Member Meeting Recap – 90’s Style!

Amanda & Charlie

Oh snap! 2015 marks our 25th anniversary and we’re mad celebrating all year long. Last night was off the hook! During our Annual Member Meeting, we […]

Join us to Celebrate 25 Years and an Exciting New Initiative

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The BTA turned 25 this year, and we’re using this year’s annual member meeting as an opportunity to celebrate and launch a new women-focused initiative. But […]

Expanding Access to Bikes—and Trikes


Sometimes a trike does the trick! Over the last year, the Bicycle Transportation Alliance has led two bike rides with Adelante Mujeres, an organization based in Forest Grove […]

The Youth Bike Summit: It’s as Awesome as it Sounds!

The BTA will be leading a workshop like this in Seattle.

The Youth Bike Summit is coming to Seattle in February!  For the past 4 years this event has been held in New York, and this year […]

A New Tradition at River View Cemetery

The Bicycle Transportation Alliance (BTA) has recently started two new traditions in River View Cemetery: outreach to cemetery riders at the beginning of each school year […]

Help Out at Office Volunteer Day

Have you been searching for the perfect place to get involved? Want to help encourage investments in safe bicycling infrastructure and education, but aren’t sure where […]

TONIGHT: Show Some Love!

BTA Valentines Making Happy Hour TONIGHT: Tuesday, February 11th, 5-7pm Velo Cult, 1969 NE 42nd Ave Come make Valentines with us! There are a lot of […]

The most fun you’ll have this year before Pedalpalooza!


Hey Portland, Want to ride with kids this spring?  Help us teach the next generation of Portlanders to bike safely! Come to our “Ride with Kids” […]

5th Graders Teach Parents How to Drive

This fall the BTA’s Education Team will teach over 1,000 4th and 5th graders in Portland to ride safely.  You may see these educators out on […]

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