Pairing this week’s Pedalpalooza rides with Portland Beer Week events.
THURSDAY JUNE 5
DRINK: It’s going to be a long week
of beards, bikes and beer at both Pedalpalooza and Beer Week. Start
slow, clean and crisp with Masters of Lager at Imperial Bottle Shop
Pre-funcing the Cheers to Belgian Beers Festival with other delights from the land of tripels and mussels.
Welkom! Bienvenu! Willkommen! Allow us to greet you in several of the many tongues of Belgium on the eve of Portland’s annual Cheers to Belgian Beers Festival.
Portland has many beer festivals, bu
21st Avenue Bikes
916 NW 21st Ave., 222-2851, 21stbikes.com. 11 am-7 pm Monday-Friday, 10 am-6 pm Saturday, noon-5 pm Sunday.
A premier service shop, and we don’t just
say that because it�
Community Cycling Center
1700 NE Alberta St., 287-8786, communitycyclingcenter.org, Sunday-Friday 11 am-7 pm, Saturday 10 am-7 pm.
The trippy mural on the northwest corner of the Communi
1. Little Lifter
Walnut Studios, walnutstudiolo.com.
This very twee Portland-made leather
gizmo was the subject of a wildly successful Kickstarter ($20,000!)
campaign, and caused a minor imbrogl
Portland International Airport’s iconic terminal carpet is set to be replaced by the end of the year. Local cycle companies are paying tribute.
1. PDX Airport Bidon, $25
The Athletic, theathleticcommunity.com.
Printed on Specialized’s Purist water
bottle, a polymer treated with silicon dioxide in a process called
21st Avenue Bikes
916 NW 21st Ave. (Alphabet District), 222-2851, 21stbikes.com.
New bikes (Globe, Salsa, Specialized, Surly), custom builds, rentals. Parts and labor for flat repair: $1
SHOP Community Cycling Center 1700 NE Alberta St., 287-8786, communitycyclingcenter.org, Sunday-Friday 11 am-7 pm, Saturday 10 am-7 pm. The trippy mural on the northwest corner of the Communi
The State Treasurer—famously averse to risk—wants to gamble millions for college scholarships.
We didn’t think we’d see State Treasurer
Ted Wheeler out on the campaign trail for another two years. He won
election in the last cycle to a full four-year term after being
appointed in 2010
"This time, I'm really done," Jim Francesconi says.
Former Multnomah County Commissioner Deborah Kafoury will get the promotion she’s been asking for.
Voters elected Kafoury as county chair Tuesday night. Early results show her leading former City Commissioner Jim Francesconi 65 percent to 18 percent. Four other candidates split the remaining vote.
Kafoury will fill out the remaining term this year for ex-chair Jeff Cogen</...More