Come try out one of our rides. It is not necessary to be a member to join in on one of our rides. If you enjoy riding with the Club, we would certainly welcome your membership, however! We can help you with great rides and routes that will increase your skill and confidence. Enjoy the social aspect of club riding as we help you reach your cycling goals while exploring our metro area and beyond.
In addition to being Portland’s premiere bicycle club, PWTC promotes cycling in youth and in the community by giving to several non-profits and donating time to such organizations as the Community Cycling Center, the Northwest Bicycle Safety Council (providing helmets for kids), the Friends of the Historic Columbia River Highway, and the Street Trust (formerly BTA).
As a result of the vote last week, the club’s name has changed to the Portland Bicycling Club. To pass an amendment, our constitution mandates that at least 66.7 per cent of members present at a regular meeting vote in favor of the proposed motion. This was obtained and… Read More
Pat McManus, President Why be a member of our club? We welcome nonmembers to ride with us, but let me draw attention to the benefits of being a bona fide, paid-up member, and how dues work for you. First and central, we have a modern, beautiful website! You… Read More
Pat McManus, President Who are we? We are a club of approximately 600 members. We share in common that we love to ride our bikes, but otherwise, can we generalize as to who we are? I think not. Some of us are happy to ride 15-25 miles once or… Read More
Pat McManus, President There are rumblings in the club about the new format of our monthly newsletter, the Quick Releases, so I want to address some of these complaints. Firstly, by going digital and online only, we have moved away from the dated Portable Document Format (PDF) format. Read More
Pat McManus, President Welcome to 2019! My first action as your new president is to thank Chip Kyle for doing this job in such an able, patient and amiable manner for 3 years! Please greet him out there with a huge smile and a big thank you for… Read More
A heartfelt thank you to all our members who generously donated food, clothing, egg-cartons, and can openers when we gathered at our December Club Meeting. The crew at SnowCap’s drop-off station was so appreciative of the 46 lbs of food, 58 lbs of clothing and, astounded at the 15… Read More
The board has reviewed the performance of the Pioneer Century over the past several years and we are concerned about its success and the contribution that our invitational ride makes to the club. We have observed the following: For the last five years we have watched the number of participants… Read More