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Old Nestucca River Road - A Long Ride for Some Fish

Distance: 58 miles

The Path Less Pedaled

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Scout Lake Ramble

Distance: 50 miles

PEARL iZUMi

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North Deschutes River Ride

Distance: 9.5 miles

Let It Ride - Electric Bikes

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Bike lane with planter separators, by Michael Anderson
Green paint marks a bike lane on Oak Street in Portland.
A protected bikeway in Portland
Riding through one of Portland's retail areas.
SW Moody Avenue in Portland, Oregon.
Two women riding bikes along the beach
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Photo courtesy of Providence Streets Coalition in Providence, Rhode Island.
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The 10 top-scoring cities in the new PlacesForBikes city rating system.
Philadelphia, the original Living Lab, will continue its equity work with Indego bike share as part of a new cohort. (Photo courtesy of Indego)
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Outside Furniture Plus on Northeast Halsey Street. Portland hopes this sidewalk-facing retail district in a suburban area will be the seed of big changes.
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Leaders from ten different bicycle companies joined PeopleForBikes in Washington DC to advocate for bike infrastructure funding.