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Our most recommended Oregon Bike Tours

  • Bike Portland: Bridges, Neighborhoods, Poetry, and Roses

    1. Bike Portland: Bridges, Neighborhoods, Poetry, and Roses

    Enjoy more time riding, with occasional stops for gardens, one-of-a-kind markets, art collectives, sculptures, bridge viewpoints, and river beaches. This tour begins in the inner Eastside neighborhoods, where you will be fitted for an easy-to-ride bike and helmet, ready for a low-key 7-10 mile ride (12-16 kilometers). Your guide will lead your group into the southeast Portland neighborhood of Ladd's Addition where you’ll visit several of the city's quadrants, ride over two bridges, and along the Willamette River. You will visit semi-secret beaches, examine unique modes of transportation, see public art of every shape, color, and texture. This ride is both like a poem and filled with poetry: you will read poetry written on murals, on sidewalks, and carved into rocks. Along the tour, you will have the opportunity to photograph and explore public art, poetry, parks and beaches; and learn ...

    This is a fun informative & informal overview of Portland. We are cyclists & found it very low effort. The French pastry shop was a delightful exclamation point! We were provided helmets & useable bikes& lots of Portland history. I loved riding through various neighborhoods. Be sure to tip!

  • Portland: Food Carts of the Eastside Bike Tour

    2. Portland: Food Carts of the Eastside Bike Tour

    Meet your tour guide in the thriving industrial district, where you'll be fitted for a bike and helmet before heading out on a culinary experience through some of the more than 60 food cart pods in Portland. Sample favorites spanning a range from Oregon farm-to-table delights, to snacks appropriate for late-night cravings. As you set out, your guide will learn about your food preferences and you will visit the first permanent food cart pod, anywhere. Take a neighborhood ride of between 8-12 miles (13-19 km) to three more favorite food cart pods. Learn about the fascinating tale of how Portland came to be the epicenter of the food cart craze. Bike up a gentle hill to the Hawthorne neighborhood, part of Portland's hometown story and the heart of all that's delicious, funky, and hippie. Delve into the city's foodie history, dating back to the early 1900s, and stop at a special coffee food ...

  • Portland: Cannabis Culture Guided Bike Tour

    3. Portland: Cannabis Culture Guided Bike Tour

    Meet your guide at the local operator’s bike store in one of Portland’s uniquely funky neighborhoods then head out onto the city streets where your cannabis adventure awaits. On the tour, learn about how Oregon has been a forerunner in cannabis legalization since the 1970s as you take part in a 14.5 km bike ride through the city, visiting dispensaries, head shops, and local hot spots along the way. The experience introduces you to the history of Portland as it influences, and has been impacted by, the story of hemp and cannabis, from the 1800s to the present. Visit two hand-picked dispensaries where you’ll learn what the differences are between strains like sativa, indica, and hybrids, as well as why the aroma of marijuana buds can be a clue to what might be best for you. Enjoy the opportunity to shop for cannabis and edibles, or just learn more about Oregon’s finest farms and strains. ...

  • Portland: The Simpsons Bike Tour

    4. Portland: The Simpsons Bike Tour

    At the intersection of cartoon storytelling, history, and culture, find the real truth behind The Simpsons. Portland street names make many appearances in The Simpsons, beginning with Evergreen Terrace — the street creator Matt Groening grew up on. But the city boasts more than just the namesakes of many characters; it is the context in which the show was created, and the cultural manifestation of the show's impact on American lives. Come along on a 14-mile bike ride that explores physical ties to the show, like the Bart Simpson drawing etched into the sidewalk near Groening's high school, and the streets that give many characters their names. The ride also connects to the culture of the city as it has influenced, and been influenced by, the show. Visit the donut culture in the city, entirely developed during the show's run, as well as the skateboard culture, which had...

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What people are saying about Oregon

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based on 6 reviews

This is a fun informative & informal overview of Portland. We are cyclists & found it very low effort. The French pastry shop was a delightful exclamation point! We were provided helmets & useable bikes& lots of Portland history. I loved riding through various neighborhoods. Be sure to tip!

Super quirky, informative and most of all FUN bike tour of PDX! Hits the highlights as well as some seriously off the beaten path areas of Portland. As a local, I learned things I never knew about my city. A great adventure for tourists and natives!

Excellent guide and knowledgeable of the history that was all around us. Bikes are well maintained and the bike tour provided water as well as French pastries while touring. Take advantage of this tour, we’ll worth it.

This was a great way to get the kids involved and engaged! Very educational, friendly and beautiful. Our bike ride was full of beautiful sites of the city. Recommend this to anyone visiting.

The guide was very friendly and informative. I had a great experience