ICYMI, our very own Andy Jansky made an appearance on Bike Portland this week! If you’re curious what NWTA has been up to re: trails in Portland, check out the article. Then, check out this page to learn more about how you can help us get more singletrack that Portlanders don’t have to drive to. We need your voice to help us get the Offroad Cycling Master Plan off the back burner.
Weekly Regional Roundup
This week is shuttle mania! Alsea Falls, Cold Creek, 44 Trails? There’s something for everyone to whet your appetite while you wait for the Sold Out Sandy Ridge Shuttle Day next month.
*Inclusion in this list does not denote an NWTA connection; we’re here to spread the word for all our friends and partners across the region.
NOTE: Unless a group ride indicates that it is an NWTA, NW Trail Sisters or Dusty Dads & Muddy Moms ride, it is not affiliated with the NWTA. Please be prepared to self-support on any group ride or event that you attend and be mindful of the skill level required to participate. If you’re unsure of your level, check out our skill level guide as a starting point.
Ride! Our friends and supporters at Fat Tire Farm are hosting weekly Forest Park rides! Meet at FTF around 6, pedal up Leif Erickson the up Saltzman, down fire lane 5 and back to the shop. Total ride is about 15 miles. Get it!
Shuttle! Alsea Falls Shuttle Weekend. Support Team Dirt and this amazing system! By the grace of Gaia, there may still be tickets left. Get them here.
Shuttle! You’ll be glad you’ve got memberships to multiple trail orgs this weekend. Evergreen SW is hosting a shuttle day for the grand opening of Trail 6 at Cold Creek for current Evergreen members. Make sure your Evergreen SW membership is current and go get shreddy! More info here.
Shuttle! NW Excursions is offering 44 Trails shuttles today. More details and tickets here.
Pedalpalooza! After a day of shuttling, you’ll be ready to chill on the beach with a campfire and beats, right? So, do it. Broughton Beach Bonfire and Beats Rolling from NE Portland at 7ish.
Dig. Do you ride, hike or trail run on Mt. St. Helens? Then join NWTA for a day cleaning up the Ape Canyon trails and getting them ready for the season! We will provide BBQ, beer and Kombucha for post-work social time. More details and RSVP here.
Ride! Santiam Bicycles is hosting a group ride at Shellburg Falls. These trails are on the backside of the Silver Falls MTB trails. The group will access them from the Fern Ridge trailhead. More details and RSVP here.
Pedalpalooza! Looking for new and inventive ways to put your full face helmet to use? Join the Zoo Bomb folks on the tiniest bike you can find and, well, Zoo Bomb! More details here.
Pedalpalooza! Road cyclists in Portland are great at advocating for what they want. Mountain BIkers can learn a lot from their methods. Luckily, they’re willing to teach! Join BikeLoudPDX for a Pedalpalooza ride about advocating for infrastructure. More details here.
Ride! Join NWTA for our June Member Ride & Social! We’ll meet up at Mt. Scott Park, then ride to Powell Butte, do a few laps, enjoy Portland’s skyline and then head down to Cartlandia for some post-ride drinks and noms. More details here.
Build, Ride, Eat! NWTA is doing some serious renovation to the freeride area at Stub Stewart. Join us as we build, then ride and then eat some noms. More info here.
Pedalpalooza! NWTA’s leading another Pedalpalooza ride! Meet us at Pioneer Square for a 12-mile ride via (mostly) parks and multi-use paths to SE Portland to the Return to Earth film premier. More details here.
Film Fundraiser. Join NWTA for the premier of Return to Earth, a film about being in the moment on your bike. We’ve amassed a whole slew of raffle prizes and all of the proceeds from the night go to support NWTA! More details and tickets here.
Ride! Join Evergreen SW for their Thursday Night Ride @ Cold Creek! More details here.
Pedalpalooza! The Salmonberry Trail may not be ready for prime time, but the folks from the Salmonberry Trail Foundation are definitely ready to talk about their plans. Join them for a road ride on the backroads of Washington County and find out what they’ve got hiding in their panniers. More details here.