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Dates to Remember





May 13th 



E-bike orientation


May 14th

Hidden Creek Rodeo


Hidden Creek



May 14th

Templeton Bike Rodeo




May 15th

Bicycle Repair Clinic

10:30am -noon

Community Bike Shop

(137 NE 3rd Ave. Hillsboro)


May 18th

Bike Works/ WCB

Work Day




May 21st

Tigard Bike Clinic


Summerlake Park, 



May 21st 

M&M Marketplace


Bike safety checks

Ride to park


May 22nd

Bike Beaverton



May 26th

Oak Hills Safety Event





June 8th

Women's Repair Clinic


Community Bike Center

137 NE 3rd Ave. Hillsboro


June 11

Beaverton Volunteer Fair


Beaverton Library



June 12th

General Bike Repair Clinic

Sunday 10:30-noon

Bike shop


June 18th

M&M Marketplace


Rid to the food carts/coffee


June 25th



Century High School 

North Parking Lot




July 6th

Women Only Bike Clinic


Bike Shop


July 10th

General Bike Clinic


Bike Shop


July 16th

Bike Rodeo


Washington County Library

Corneilus Branch


July 16th

M&M Marketplace


Ride to Jackson Bottom



Washington County

Community Bicycle Center


137 NE 3rd Ave.

Hillsboro, OR 97124



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About our Summer Bike Camp



The kids get to do a variety of activities. Each camp and each day will be different due to the campers abilities and locations. Regardless where we are, our instructors make sure all of our campers have fun while learning to ride safely improving their confidence.


They range from arts, sports, games and crafts like many good summer programs but with the added focus on bicycling safety, skills and repair woven in through fun activities. Learning better cycling skills to include fun games like follow the leader pace and distance games, foot down and slow races to teach balance and handling, flat tire fix races


Mornings are usually rides in and near the parks or rec centers we are based out of with lots of mid day and other field trips on bike to bowling and splash parks and ping pong palaces, berry picking and creek walking - so they will log 60-80 plus miles by weeks end but in 2-5 mile increments.  We have families now that have recruited their whole neighbors of kids bc they find bike camp a wonderful experience


2022 Summer Bike Camps REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

Registration for the 2022 Summer Bike Camps is now open.



Forest Grove    June 27-July 1       FGUCC (2032 College Way, Forest Grove)

North Plains     July 11 - July 15     Jessie Mays Community Park (30975 NW Hillscrest, North Plains)

Hillsboro           July 18 - July 22    Griffin Oaks Park (1890 NE Griffin Oaks St. Hillsboro)

Tigard               July 25- July 29     Fanno Creek House ( 13335 SW Hall Blvd. Tigard)

Tigard               July 25 - July 29    Fanno Creek House (13335 SW Hall Blvd. Tigard)

Hillsboro           Aug 1- Aug 5         Griffin Oaks Park (1890 NE Griffin Oaks St. Hillsboro)

Beaverton         Aug 8- Aug 12       Garden Home Rec Center (7475 SW Oleson Rd. Portland) 

               Waiting list only-contact camps@washcobikes.org

Hillsboro           Aug 15- Aug 19     Griffin Oaks Park (1890 NE Griffin Oaks St. Hillsboro)

Beaverton         Aug 22 - 26           TVF&R Firestation #67 (13810 SW Farmington Rd. Beaverton)


Each Camp will be broken into two groups:

    Wheelies age 8-10

    Cruisers  age 11-13

A maximum of 15 campers per camp group

Camp runs from 9am-3pm daily

At time of registration, full payment of $325.00 or a deposit of $150.00 will be required. This will hold a spot for you child in the camp selected. (The remaining portion will be due on June 1st)



If you have questions feel free to contact us at Camps@WashCoBikes.org



Ridwell is Collecting Bicycles 5/16-5/20

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If you are a Ridwell customer and have bicycles sitting around not being used please consider putting them out for Ridwell to pick them up.


Here's what you need to do:

  • See what we can take: Been holding on to your old bikes? Check what we can take! Hint: We'll take them even if they aren't working.
  • Add your bikes to your pickup: You must add on your bikes via your member dashboard to get them picked up. You can add up to 3 bicycles to your pickup. Cut off for adding on bicycles is 8pm the night before your pickup during the week of May 16th.
  • Label your bicycles for pickup: Create your own label that says “Ridwell! Please pick up this bike!” or print this handy label – as long as our drivers can see the label clearly, you are good to go!
  • Don’t fret when you see us twice: We’ll be making special pickup rounds for bicycles. Your standard Ridwell bags will be picked up by another team member on their usual route. You’ll receive a notification for each stop, so don't be surprised if you hear from us twice! 

This is a one-time special pickup being offered between 5/16/2022 - 5/20/22

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Bicycles, gear and accessories

Where do the bikes roll?

We are partnering with WashCo Bikes to give new life to your old bikes and gear, supporting their Community Bicycling Center, Saddle Up Summer Bike Camp, and Safe Routes to School programs.

These programs directly benefit local children and communities.


WashCo Bikes Responds to COVID-19 Concerns

As a local community organization, we care about our community members and recent concerns about the spread of COVID-19. Please note the following:
  • The Bike Shop remains open.
  • Masks are required inside the Bike Shop and outside when less six feet of distance cannot be maintained.
  • No more than 2 customers (or family groups) may be present in the Bike Shop at any one time.
  • We encourage community members to get out and ride a bike as an enjoyable and healthy activity that is compatible with social distancing. 
  • Upcoming activities will be adjusted according to the best information that we have and the policies of our partner organizations.
We will continue to review and update our status as the situation evolves.  If you have any questions, please contact us.

Our Board of Directors Has Openings

WashCo Bikes is in a growth phase. We are seeking individuals who are passionate about our mission with leadership, organizational management, and communication skills from diverse backgrounds. We are working to be inclusive of all the various communities and cultures in Washington County, including but not limited to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. We are specifically seeking individuals with any of the following capabilities: experience in business, finance or accounting (for the Treasurer position), or project management, law, human resources, or general nonprofit management. This is a great opportunity to make a positive impact on life in Washington County.


The Treasurer is typically a Board Level position.  

The primary responsibilities are to provide oversight of the books and finances for the organization, and have overall responsibility for all corporate funds.  The Treasurer will provide financial reports to the BOD on a regular or as-needed basis; monitor the debits/credits to detect fraud/theft;  monitor the monthly payroll reports for errors;  financial analysis/support for decision making; provide a suggested budget to the board each year.  Some items can be done by others as appropriate.  

This person should be somewhat skilled in Excel, and have some experience in budgeting and financial control, and be able to explain financial information to the Board in an easily understood manner.



Apply for a Board Position