Gateway Green

Halloween Dig Day at Gateway Green on 10/31

This will be our last work party to get the revamped gravity lines open. Please join us. REGISTER HERE. About this event Where to Meet Meet at the start hill at the bottom 3rd of the Gravity Lines. Getting to the Event Ride your bike or take public transportation. If you must drive, parking is … Read More

Gateway Green Dig Day on 10/9

We need your help to put on the final touches to open the new gravity line that has been changed due to Trimet’s Better Red project. Click below to sign up on our Eventbrite page. Where to Meet Meet at the start hill at the bottom 3rd of the Gravity Lines Getting to the Event … Read More

Gateway Green Dig Day Recap

The gravity lines at Gateway Green, built during the park’s Phase 2 construction, were very popular amongst mountain bikers of all skill levels. Once the news of the impending closure of ⅔ of the lines, the feedback was swift and not kind. Trimet’s A Better Red project has been in the works since the inception of the … Read More

Gateway – A BIPOC Community mtb event 9/5

Gateway  – A gathering for Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) who ride mountain bikes. Join BikePOCpnw & NWTA to celebrate the diversity in the sport of mountain biking at Gateway Green, Portland’s only Mountain Bike Park. This is an event to create a space for people of color who do not normally feel safe … Read More

Gateway Green First Dig Day – Recap

This past Saturday, with the help of Portland Parks and Recreation, NWTA held its first volunteer work party since COVID19 brought everything to a grinding halt. For the past several months, contractors and professional trail builders, such as Jason Wells from Sasquatch Trails, have been hard at work moving Gateway Green from its humble beginning … Read More

Gateway Green Update

Phase 2 construction continued at Gateway Green. Gateway Green is a 25 acre-park located in East Portland, at the confluence of 2 major freeways. It has been home to The Dirt Lab, Portland’s first mountain bike park which was built in partnership by Northwest Trail Alliance, Friends of Gateway Green with Portland Parks & Recreation, … Read More