Take a ride with Adaptive BIKETOWN for free


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Adaptive BIKETOWN Waterfront Ride

On Monday, August 30, all are invited to an end-of-summer group ride hosted by Adaptive BIKETOWN! Meet at Adaptive BIKETOWN/Kerr Bikes next to OMSI for a relaxed ride on off-street paths along the Willamette River. Bring your own adaptive bike or rent one in advance by visiting AdaptiveBIKETOWN.com. Rentals are free for this group ride. Bring ID and credit or debit card to rent - the card will not be charged but is required for liability purposes.

At this ride, we will be giving away Adaptive BIKETOWN t-shirts, Sunday Parkways Sticker Hunt kits and you will get a chance to learn more about the Adaptive BIKETOWN program. We hope to see you there!

Ride details:

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Arrive, mingle with folks and get fitted for your bike if renting from Adaptive BIKETOWN

12:00 PM - 12:15 PM Brief intro to Adaptive BIKETOWN / stop by Sunday Parkways Sticker Hunt location at Tilikum Plaza / snap a quick group photo!

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM Group ride (approx. 6 miles, mostly flat and on biking paths) and return to Adaptive BIKETOWN by 1:30 PM

Click here to learn more about the ride. 

Free rides in August

We are still offering free rentals through August 31. People who qualify* can take free 1-hour rides with Adaptive BIKETOWN during the month of August thanks to generous financial support from our partners at Nike. Learn about the bikes and reserve a 1-hour ride online at AdaptiveBIKETOWN.com

*People who qualify for a TriMet Honored Citizens Pass (people with disabilities, Medicare recipients, and seniors age 65 and over) are eligible for free 1-hour rides with Adaptive BIKETOWN during the month of August. Individuals who do not qualify may rent these bikes, but the rates may be different.