Solo bike touring
At our December meeting, PS board member Momoko Saunders will tell us her tales of bike touring as a single female. She has ventured all over Japan, Europe, and North America; as well as made many trips in Oregon and Washington. She will share tactics, financial planning tips, talk about safety and what you can definitely expect to encounter. The road is fun but filled with peril. Be prepared, safe, and adventurous!
Momoko rides her bike to get around and as a means towards mental and physical balance. She is constantly amazed at where her bike has taken her – to many mountains and countries; into careers and relationships. She has her love for cycling to thank for her current position as Operations Director for Bike Town. Momoko is also co-chair of PBOT’s Bureau Budget Advisory Committee, and serves on both the board of the Portland Society and the Bike Farm.
- Wednesday, December 6th, 8am-9am
- Bike Farm, 1810 NE First Ave, just north of Broadway
- Coffee will be served
Our resident funster and PS board member Ivy Chuang is always busy thinking of new ways to bring us together.
This month we’ll knit, and talk, and knit, and drink, and knit. Pussy hat instructions available.
Portland Society Knit Night is December 5, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Location still to be announced – keep up on the FB Portland Society events page.
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.