Today’s the big game but the UO is already national champions for cycling! Well officially they are Gold and Davis and Stanford are currently ahead of them with Platinum but they are hot on their heels. Below is some information about some of their current programs, some of which are available to the [More …]
Bike Share may be coming to Eugene. Last year there was a lot of movement and discussion of bringing bike share to Eugene. A bike share feasibility study was completed, the University of Oregon moved forward with a four station, forty bike project, and at the same time the City of Eugene applied for [More …]
Have you cycled on any one of Oregon’s twelve Scenic Bikeways this year? Want to help make Oregon even better for cycling? Take this survey now. Closes in two weeks!
Travel Oregon and Oregon Parks & Recreation Department (OPRD) are embarking on an economic impact and user study of bicycle recreation and travel for Oregon’s Scenic [More …]
The GEARs Annual Meeting & Board Elections is tonight (Thursday, November 20) from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Washington Cottage (2025 Washington St.) Up for election are the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and 3 Members at Large. GEARs has grown over the years and is involved in many facets of bicycling. If you’re [More …]
designBridge is having a bike tour this Saturday! designBridge is a multi-disciplinary student organization linking the University of Oregon with the surrounding community by offering design and design-build services to clients and they have created some exciting projects throughout the community, some of which they will be touring and highlighting this Saturday.
They will visit eight projects [More …]
Below is a press release and flyer that ODOT released last week about a new app they’ve helped develop that will give planners and researchers data from volunteers who it on their smartphones. Not only will it collect route selection and reason for choosing certain routes but it also allows users to give feedback about [More …]
Willie Weir: Bicycling Burma & Beyond LiveMove has partnered with the University of Oregon Bike Program to bring a presentation by Willie Weir to the University of Oregon campus this week. If you haven’t seen Willie speak he is a fun, light-hearted, and inspiring speaker that will leave you ready to pack up and [More …]
Several years ago the city revamped their leaf pick-up material to stop telling people to “neatly place” their leaves in the bike lane and confirmed that yes, it IS illegal to put leaves (or any debris) in the bike lane. At the same time they improved their sweeping procedures, created priority routes, and even helped [More …]
We’re not dead, we’re just resting under a pile of leaves. Sure it’s a bit wet and slippery out there, so what get out and ride. Here’s a good opportunity to ride AND support LiveMove’s fundraiser at Oakshire tomorrow:
Ever wonder what a parakeet dressed as pug looks like? Or for that [More …]
The Bureau of Land Management is planning a controlled ecological burn on a section of Willamette Daisy Meadow today immediately adjacent to the Fern Ridge Bike Path. As a result, the path will need to close temporarily during operations. The path will be closed at the south end at the intersection of the bike path [More …]