Bike Month Supporters
Full Month of Great Bike Events:
See how many you can do…
Bike Month Kick-Off Party at Sam Bonds Brewery, 4-8pm
This is an all ages, all genders, everyone who bikes (to work, to the store, to football games, in races, in marathons, on trails…) event!
The South Hills String Band will be playing, starting at 6 pm.
1. Stay in the Right Lane NEVER ride the sidewalk. NEVER ride against oncoming traffic.
2. Leave Nothing Behind
3. Stop at Red Lights.
4. Ride Straight, Ride Predictably.
5. Roll Past Conflict.
6. Leave No One Behind.
7. Ride Sober! It’s illegal and dangerous to ride a bicycle inebriated.
8. Communicate to Fellow Riders! (We need your help to remind those who aren’t following the rules!)
Bob’s 50/50 Ride. You know, you go. #2
Week of 9th-15th
CycloFemme Ride; Two locations to meet: Willamalane Swim Center in Springfield (1276 G St) OR Owens Rose Garden in Eugene (300 N Jefferson St). Both locations meet at 1:30 PM. Joint celebration at 2:45 PM in Island Park (south shelter)!
CycloFemme is a socially-driven grass-roots celebration of women on bikes. We are of a growing community, for a growing community. Our annual Mother’s Day ride unites riders, regardless of gender, age, ethnicity or bicycle preference to share in the joy of cycling. Ride with us in Springfield or Eugene on May 10, 2015 as we Honor the Past, Celebrate the Present, and Empower the Future of Women in Cycling. Both rides will convene in Island Park at the end for a group celebration. All ages, genders, and levels welcome. Route information available at bit.ly/EugSpfldCycloFemme15
Theme: pretty skirts (interpreted by you), temporary tattoos, music, and food!
A gathering on the second “Twos-day” of every month. Come on two wheels. Or two feet. Have two beers. Why? Because one is not enough to have a meaningful conversation. Because people who get around on two wheels and two feet should get together sometimes.No agenda. No icebreakers. Mix. Mingle. Stand in the corner. Hang out. Have fun. Tell someone your fantastic idea. Or don’t. For an hour. Maybe two.Possibly nothing profound will occur. But you never know. Better be there, just in case.
Playborhood and Free Range Kids Speaker & Forum, Amazon Community Center, 6-8:30pm
Join us for this special LiveMove, City of Eugene, and Safe Routes to School event! Please register for this free event so we know how many kids and parents to expect.Amazon Community Center, 2700 Hilyard Street
6:30-7:30pm Speaker Mike Lanza
7:30-8:30pm Forum & Workshop
It’s like a Mister Roger’s episode but in real life!
Picnic Lunch! Bring some food and we’ll add some too and provide some beverages too.
Follow the Fern Ridge Bike Path through the last 0.5% of wetland prairie in Oregon. Learn about decades of incredible work to protect and enhance this amazing and unique ecosystem, in Eugene’s back yard.
Enjoy a scenic 3 ¾ mile adventure starting at Euphoria Chocolate at the corner of Bertelsen Rd. and Stewart Rd., ending at the Terry St. Railroad Bridge.
Win fabulous prizes by getting your Wetland Passport stamped at each booth!
Participating Organizations: City of Eugene, The Nature Conservancy, Bureau of Land Management, Lane County Parks, Long Tom Watershed Council, Lane Metro Youth Corps, Whole Earth Nature School, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, Northwest Youth Corps, GEARS, and Euphoria Chocolate.Prizes donated by: Cascades Raptor Center, Euphoria Chocolate, City of Eugene Recreation, Mt. Pisgah Arboretum, REI, Science Factory, City of Eugene Aquatics, Mountain Rose Herbs, and others.
· Euphoria Chocolate, 4090 Stewart Rd
· WREN, 751 S. Danebo Ave
· Data Logic, 959 Terry St
For more information, call 541-338-7047 or email email@example.com
We rally on bikes at the obelisk (by the train station), bike to the Martin st. trailhead and run up and down Spencer’s Butte. We then bike to Pisgah, run up (and down); bike to Skinner’s, summit, and feel epic.Walking folks are welcome too! The timing usually works out fine. If you can’t make it for the full deal, join us for parts or just a peak. Rough schedule: 9am: leave obelisk. 12noon: leave the bottom of Spencer’s. 3pm: leave the bottom of Pisgah. Let me know if you need more specific timing. We can be in touch.Here’s what you need:
Running shoes, a bike, cute socks, water, quality snacks, cute friends, your tightest shorts, glitter, layers, tutu, badassery, bling, secret flask, water, warrior face. A bike lock is a good idea but we can share.This is not a race! It’s a running, biking, social event! We want to help everyone finish and wait at junctions and summits and encourage/inspire 🙂
Women’s Bike Maintenance Night, UO Outdoor Program Barn (1225 E. 18th Ave.), 6-8 pm
Ride of Silence– The ride will start at 6:30pm from the Educational Memorial Plaza on Bailey Hill Road, please arrive at 6pm for the reading of the names of members of our community who have lost their lives on the road, and to hear the invited speaker. The ride will end at the David Minor Theater, where we will gather to hear stories about our love ones that we have lost cycling on our public streets.
Bike in Shapes Ride, Hop Valley (Eugene), 7pm
Hands-On Bike Maintenance Basics, REI Eugene (306 Lawrence St), 6:30-8:30pm, Registration Required
Description: Whether you are a road biker, mountain biker or bike commuter, this hands-on class will teach you skills you need to know to keep your two wheels rolling smoothly. An REI Expert Mechanic will teach you how to clear and lube a chain, fix a flat tire in record time, and make other minor adjustments to your bike. No experience necessary! To keep the class interactive, seats are limited to 8. Participants need to bring their own bikes. Group size limited. Fee: Member: $30.00, Non Member: $50.00
Group Bike Overnighter (Sub24Overnighter), Departing from Eugene for a simple night camping in the woods. more information soon…
Bike Polo Extravaganza! WJ Skate Park, 7pm
An evening of bicycle polo at the Washington Jefferson Skate Park including demonstrations from Eugene Bike Polo, beginner games and a healthy dose of heckles. If you have ever been interested in checking out bike polo tonight is for you! We will provide extra bicycles and mallets for anyone wanting to play. Bring a helmet, wear closed toed shoes and stay hydrated! We will be there at 7 PM ready to play. FREE!
Breakfast at the Bridges Bike Month Wrap-up celebration, Blue Heron Bridge, 7 – 9:30AM (Grassy area off of the Fern Ridge Path behind Caesar Chavez Elementary School). Breakfast at the Bridges is designed for path users and commuters to grab a quick bite to eat and a cup of coffee, meet City staff, learn more about transportation in Eugene, and get a bicycle safety check all at the same time. This signature summer event series celebrates the outdoors and encourages active transportation – especially walking and bicycling – to meet larger City goals, including: healthy living, sustainability and a vibrant business community. Breakfast at the Bridges features local advocacy organizations and local businesses who actively work toward these City goals. Full City Coffee, Bagel Sphere and Nancy’s, free bells, and bike registration at the event with bike safety checks by a local bike shop.
Solar Bike Tour, EWEB, 3-5pm
As the weather is getting nicer and the sun is shining brighter we all need more excuses to get outside. What about an educational bike ride?
On Friday, May 29th, from 3:00 – 5:00 Environment Oregon will be hosting a great and informative solar bike tour.
We will be meeting at the Eugene Water and Electric Board (EWEB), at 500 E 4th Ave,, to learn about their current and future plans for solar development. We will then ride around town and see a couple great PV systems in the area followed by a beautiful ride down the river. We will end with a tour at the Solar Radiation lab at the University of Oregon.
Following the bike ride, lane county commissioner Pete Sorenson will be discussing his plans for his new new solar development project. After the commissioners talk there will be many fun solar related activates to participate in, such as games with prizes, music, and much more!
The ride will be a great time to not only enjoy the sunshine but also learn about its power. Hope to see you all then!