Blog Posts Listing
My blog posts always try to impart something interesting or humorous.
Look at my Mishigas Posts (Crazy things we sometimes do).
The posts sometimes talk about accidents, spills and other issues that remind us we not infallible.
Ecards – Free, No Registration Necessary
Free bicycle themed eCards for birthdays, friendship, thank you and dozens of free form options like achieving cycling goals, sympathy for a friend in a bicycle accident, quiet moments and cards where you construct the words and thoughts.
You are not really riding you road bike. You are driving it, and there are rules of safety to follow, alone or in a group.
Riding off road, you may not have cars or traffic deal with, but there are still ways to ride safely and courteously.
Look up the specific rules of the
The Oregon Electric Vehicle Association (OEVA) is a non-profit association of electric vehicle enthusiasts. We promote electric vehicle education and encourage their safe construction and use.
We are part of the Multnomah Hot Rod Council and a chapter of the Electric Auto Association.
Our meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month.
For 2019 we are holding the Mar, Apr, Jun, Sep, and Dec meetings at the World Trade Center, with the meeting location and catering generously provided by Forth. Member EVs can park in the covered outdoor plaza off of SW 1st Ave north of SW Salmon St., Portland, OR. The meeting will be held in one of the meeting rooms.
All other months our meetings will be held at the
The Phoenix Metro Bicycle Club is a non-profit social organization that leads regularly scheduled weekly bicycle rides and other special events for the benefit of its members. We promote and provide venues for safe and legal bicycling, primarily in the greater Phoenix, Arizona metropolitan area.
Based on advice from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), we are recommending that everyone practice social distancing and avoid the risk of physical injury when our health care system is at or nearing capacity due to the coronavirus pandemic. For this reason we are suspending the Club’s weekly rides and social activities until the health emergency passes. Thank you for your understanding. At such time as the CDC and Arizona’s governor have declared it safe to resume normal ride schedules, the PMBC Board plans to meet to schedule the resumption of Club activities.
Our Club’s insurance policies only cover riders and ride