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Wed. May 15, 2013 Thinking about biking out to Pickathon?
By Pickathon  
Since it's officially Bike to Work week, we figured a good time to start the conversation for those that have interest in biking to Pickathon.

We've always tried to champion this idea and have worked to help make it easier for those that want to give it a shot.

That said...

Who's up for organized group rides and camping gear transport ideas for folks that want to bike out to Pickathon 2013?

From most anywhere in Portland, Pendarvis Farm is around a 16.5-17 mile bike ride and would be expected to take +/- 1.5-2 hours.

Bike Parking is provided by BikeRacker when you get to the festival, so there is a secure place to park and lockup the steed that you can keep tabs on all weekend.

It would be great to hear from anyone that has Pickathon biking experiences they'd like to share from the past few years. Also, we'd love to pool thoughts for best routes and group ride suggestions from both east and west Portland.

Thanks for biking!


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