- Wednesday, May 2nd, 8am-9am
- Nutcase Helmet, Ford Building, 2505 SE 11th Ave
- Coffee will be served, please bring a mug!
Our 2018 Active Transportation Summit scholarship winner, Alexa Jakusovszky, will tell us about her experience in Washington DC.
Lex grew up in the mountains of Colorado and moved to Portland to attend Lewis & Clark College. While earning a degree in international affairs, Lex fell in love with the bike culture and community of Portland. She is a regular Pedalpalooza participant and a former Portland bicycle tour guide. Most recently she worked as a legislative aide for State Representative Karin Power, where she interacted closely with transportation policy and advocated for the prioritization of Safe Routes to School funding. Lex is interested in the major social role bikes have played throughout time and specifically their advancement of women’s liberation. This led her to get involved in the Portland Society early in 2018. She is deeply drawn to equity and is excited to continue advocating for a safe, truly accessible mix of transportation in our state.
We meet at Nutcase Headquarters in the Ford Building at 2505 SE 11th Ave, Portland, on the second floor. The building is equipped with an elevator and an accessible bathroom. Wheelchair users, the main entrance on 11th Avenue is your best choice. Bicycles please lock up out front.
We meet at the Bike Farm, located at 1810 NE First Ave, just north of Broadway. The space is on the ground floor and is accessible to wheelchair users. Bicycles are welcome inside.
- sliding scale: $6 – $10 – $15 – $20 per month
- 10 hours of volunteer work per year – more info here
- sprout/sage discount: members aged under 25 or over 60: $25 per year
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