Upcoming Rides


Bike Carol Ride


December 15, 2012–the 3rd Saturday
Meet at Noon at Peninsula Park Gazebo

We will ride to Mississippi and carol along the street, heading south. Take a snack break outside/inside Grand Central Bakery at the end of our ride.

We will have carol lyrics, but bring your favorites as well. Turn a carol into A BIKEY-CAROL! Rumor has it that the Wittwer kids will perform a metal version of Jingle-Bells!
Have a guitar or other instruments? Bring them. Let’s rock this day.

BONUS !!Afterward, everyone is invited back to the Wittwers’ for cookie decoration. All supplies will be there.

BONUS-BONUS !!! Make a hand-made wooden ornament. All supplies will be there.If weather is poor, we can meet at Peninsula Park gazebo and head to the Wittwers’ for cookies and ornament making.

Invite anyone all of your bikey family friends.

Kidical Mass PDX to lead bike trains to 3rd annual Fiets of Parenthood


This Sunday (9/16/2012), Clever Cycles is hosting the 3rd annual Fiets of Parenthood event. This is a family-focused (not just friendly) biking event. Streets outside of Clever Cycles will be closed to cars and there will be food vendors, kid and family-biking competitions and more. To help more people get there, KidicalMassPDX will be leading 2 bike trains to the event.

One we leave Peninsula Park at 10:30am, stop to collect more people at Irving Park (south-side playground) at 11:15am, and then arrive at Clever Cycles by noon. The other train will leave the North Park Blocks playground at 11:00am and head across the Steel Bridge, down the Esplanade, and then over to Clever Cycles by noon.

Clever Cycles is located at 900 SE Hawthorne Blvd and the event takes place from noon to 4pm. Please see their website at clevercycles.com for more details about the event itself.

As with all KidicalMassPDX rides:
-We will stay together as a group and follow all traffic safety laws.
-Helmets are required for children and encouraged for adults.
-Kids riding their own bikes should be able to ride in a more or less straight line, stop and start as necessary, and follow verbal directions.