Hello everyone! It’s Pedalpalooza time here in Portland and I’ve been so busy out having fun that I forgot to bring it up. You can go to the Pedalpalooza website to see the 200+ events or grab a current issue of the Portland Mercury for a printed copy.
There are a lot of options for all skill level and I’ll be leading the big girl ride during the last week of the event.
Anyway, I’m off to have more fun. But Portland get your butt outside and ride and if your reading from anywhere else maybe you can do some of these kinds or rides where you live.
Looks like I can add the pedalpalooza ride whenever I want. So ladies what do you think would be better a weekend ride or a weekday ride in the evening. I would be inclined to make it a weekday evening but It’s not for me it’s for everyone. Maybe I could do one of each. Hum, I’ll chat it up tonight and see but give me some feedback ladies. Thank you so much for encouraging me.
Oh and should this be women only or co-ed? I was thinking keeping it all girl would add to the comfort but it seems a little mean to tell the big guys they have to get their own ride.
I was thinking it could be really fun to have a chubby/fat/curvy girl ride as part of pedalpolooza. Easy ride share tips tricks etc. Anyway to anyone who reads this send some feed back my way. I already proposed it I would just like to know if there is interest for a ride or some sort of workshop.
Hello I am busy, busy, busy with school right now but wanted to repost this and do my part to get the word out. Feel free to do the same.
PORTLAND – Crimestoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for help in finding the
person who hit and seriously injured a bicyclist and drove off.
Jessica Osborne was bicycling on North Rosa Parks Way near the intersection
with North Albina Street the evening of April 3 when she was hit from behind by
a 1990’s silver or gray car, possibly a Buick or Oldsmobile. Reports say the
driver appeared to be a young black man, and another man was a passenger.
The vehicle turned into the parking lot of a convenience store and drove north
on North Albina Street.
Osborne was seriously injured and spent several days in Emanuel Hospital. She
was released April 10 and is recovering at home.
Investigators believe the car’s windshield was broken during the collision.
At the time of the crash, the passenger window was covered with plastic.
Anyone with information is asked to call Officer Chris Johnson at (503)
Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information
reported to Crime Stoppers, that leads to a resolution in this case. Callers
may remain anonymous. Call Crime Stoppers at (503) 823-HELP (4357).