Getting Bend on Bikes for Everyday Riding

Will Bend Finally Get Its First Two-Way Bike Lane?

The City of Bend invited Bend Bikes to participate in a field test of what could become Bend’s first two-way protected bike lane along a section of the Neighborhood Greenways. Representatives from the City of Bend’s Engineering and Streets departments, ODOT, Bend...

Midtown Bike and Pedestrian Connectivity Sooner Rather Than Later?

Tomorrow, the Citywide Transportation Advisory Committee (CTAC) is continuing its work to prioritize projects for the City's Transportation System Plan.  The TSP will guide policies, programs and infrastructure investments for transportation in Bend for the next 20...

Event: Honey I Shrunk the BCD

From our friends at the Central Oregon Landwatch and the BCD Visionary Board, you're invited to a celebration of community in the Bend Central District. Event: Honey I Shrunk the BCD Date: Tuesday, October 22nd Time: 5:30 - 7:30pm Location: Inside The Wagner...

Next Steps: Neighborhood Street Safety Program

If you're one of those motivated types who submitted an application for the Neighborhood Street Safety Program (NSSP), good on ya!  (See our previous blog for a background on NSSP.) The question is, What's next?  You could sit back and hope for the best, OR you...

2019 Green Tour by Bike

Join Bend Bikes for a fun group ride to visit Green Tour sites this Saturday! On September 28th, meet at 1909 NW Monterey Mews (site #3 on the Tour) at 2:00pm.  We'll visit sites 1-6 by bike (about 8 miles). The ride will end at 338 NW Roanoke Ave, which is site #4...

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Bend Bikes is a grassroots non-profit dedicated to improving the safety and visibility of bicycling riders in Bend, Oregon.

Our vision is for those who ride a bicycle to feel safe on a comprehensive network of bike-friendly routes which benefits our entire community.


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#ibikebend is a photo journal of the bicycle as transportation. Are you in the collection? If not, you should be. Email us a picture and your story.



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