Bend Bikes wants to help connect people to community events and opportunities that promote engagement in active transportation and bike and pedestrian safety (and fun). Please complete the following form so we can feature your event on our calendar. The calendar is featured on our website and events may be highlighted on our social media and monthly newsletters.
Feature your bike event on our community calendar. Please submit your event here
A summary of community feedback on the Midtown Bicycle and Pedestrian Crossing projects is now available to the public! The next steps for these potential GO Bond projects is for City Council to receive recommendations from a working group comprised of members from the Core Area Advisory Board (CAAB) and the Transportation Bond Oversight Committee (TBOC). Provide your public comment to CAAB in person on Thursday, September 15th or visit the website below to join the meeting virtually.
These public comment periods are the best way to make your voice heard! Review the Midtown Bicycle and Pedestrian Crossing Open House summary here.
A note to our supporters: Bend Bikes sees the most potential for near-term safety improvements at Greenwood where there is plenty of space to work with and options for quick-build protected bike lanes. Having these safety improvements at Greenwood will help alleviate detour stress when Franklin is improved and Hawthorne is constructed. Our dreams for Franklin and Hawthorne both require time consuming and expensive permitting, planning, and construction processes, so our hope is that the behind-the-scenes work progresses while we move forward with Greenwood.