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The RCB/NWTA MTB Ride Series

Back by popular demand, River City Bicycles' trail ride mountain bike ride series, led in partnership with Northwest Trail Alliance. 

RCB Gravel Ride Series

Get gravel-y with Team RCB on this social — not too epic — gravel ride series.
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Weekly RCB Group Rides

Come ride with us weekly! We have both road and gravel options this year. Scroll down to see the details.

July 17 into Autumn
- Road Bike -  
Weekly Intermediate Road Group Ride 
A road ride intended for experienced and intermediate level road bicyclists. Enjoyed at a social/conversational pace along the Springwater Corridor bikeway, across the Sellwood Bridge, up through Riverview Cemetery and onward–incorporating a variety of rolling hills and a few challenging climbs on neighborhood streets–before stopping and beginning to disperse from Council Crest Park in SW Portland. Ride leaders will guide riders back to the start point at our stores, when needed/requested.

Meet at RCB's MLK store parking lot.
Thursdays, May 2 - June 27
Meet at 5pm, roll out at 5:15pm
- Gravel Bike -  
Weekly All-Paces Gravel Group Ride 

A weekly ride intended for all levels of gravel bicyclists. Enjoyed at mellow/conversational pace from River City Bicycles to the Steel Bridge, to NW Naito Parkway, up NW Thurman St and into Forest Park along NW Leif Erikson Dr. While ride leaders will keep the pace as inclusive and social as possible, riders are encouraged to “choose their own pace and adventure” once into Forest Park, enabling faster and more ambitious groups to form and allowing slower riders to pedal comfortably. Efforts are made to re-group at the picnic table at NW Leif Erikson Dr and NW Saltzman, while it is understood that riders may disperse and guide themselves home at any point.

Meet at RCB's MLK store parking lot. 
Every Saturday at 9am- Road Bike -  
Weekly Women's Road Group Ride 

This is a rain or shine ride! Prepare for 30-40 miles with a pace that generally hovers in the 14-19 mph range, faster than a recreational cruise. Learn more about this ride at 

Meet at RCB's MLK store parking lot. 
* Please do not park in main lot for ride.
April 29 - June 17th
(Minus 5/27, 6/3, 6/19)
Start Times Link

- Road Racing Bike -  
Weekly Monday Night PIR 
Fast, flat and car-free racing at it's finest. Held at Portland International Raceway in North Portland, this race series is a great for beginners to more advanced cyclists to test their legs! More Info

Portland International Raceway (PIR)
Wednesdays, May 29 - July 10 
Start Times Link
- Road Racing Bike -  
Mt Tabor Series - Road Racing 
Come spectate with a picnic or race at one of our most loved city park. With nine categories there is a race option for all, Juniors through Masters, to spin your legs around a beautiful paved loop. Hot dogs will be on the grill! Check out the 2023 podium pictures here.  

Mt Tabor Visit Center
May - September 2024

- Mountain Bike - 

Back by popular demand, our social mtb rides hosted in partnership with Northwest Trail Alliance. These are trail rides--requiring a modern mountain bike--that participants love for the opportunity to meet at the trailhead, be greeted by River City Bicycles and Northwest Trail Alliance, learn about the trail systems from the folks who know them best, and have good times riding in a social group ride format. After riding, we wrap things up socially with a tailgate grill sesh or picnic, provided by River City Bicycles.

GOOD DIRT Stop 1: Rocky Point
DONE - Check out photos here! 

GOOD DIRT Stop 2: Sandy Ridge
RCB + NWTA Crew Led - Saturday, June 22, 9am-1:30pm
RCB + NWTA Women-Led, June 22, 9am-1:30pm

GOOD DIRT Stop 3: LL Stub Stewart
RCB + NWTA Crew Led - Saturday, July 13, 9am-1:30pm
RCB + NWTA Women-Led - Saturday, July 13, 3pm-7:30pm

GOOD DIRT Stop 4: Klootchy Creek
RCB + NWTA Crew Led - Saturday, August 17, 9am-1:30pm
RCB + NWTA Women Led - Saturday, August 17, 9am-1:30pm

GOOD DIRT Stop 5: Rocky Point
RCB + NWTA Crew Led - Saturday, September 14, 9am-1:30pm
RCB + NWTA Women-Led - Saturday, September 14, 3pm-7:30pm

May - August 2024

- Gravel Bike - 
GOOD GRVL Group Rides - Preorder a limited run tee!

Get gravel-y with Team RCB on this social — not epic — gravel ride, designed to help you dip your toes in The Dalles gravel. This series welcomes all who have some gravel riding under their belt, who can easily tackle 40 miles of pedaling (including some good climbs and descents), who are interested in exploring new--to them--gravel riding areas, within a fun group ride setting. Come make new friends, ride fun routes, then tailgate with the team!

GOOD GRVL Stop1: The Dalles - DONE - Check out photos here!

GOOD GRVL Stop 2: Scappoose - Saturday, June 15, 10am - 1:30pm

GOOD GRVL Stop 3: North Plains - Saturday July 27, 10am 

GOOD GRVL Stop 4: Gifford Pinchot - Saturday August 24, 9am 

It's MTB go time! 

- Mountain Bike - 
Check out upcoming NWTA & Trail Sister events.

Explore Our Community By Bike

We love riding our bikes as much as you do! Take a look at the community rides and events that we support, and feel free to share your ideas with us. Join our list to stay informed.

Women-Led Hydraulic Brake Clinic 

In partnership with the NWTA Trail Sisters, RCB Mechanics Isabella, and Sarah hosted a robust one-hour, hands-on clinic exploring Sram and Shimano hydraulic brake systems. And of course, there were drinks and shop talk after. This clinic was a hit and we sold out in one day!  Sign up for more clinic updates.  

Looking forward to more group rides.

We partnered with the NWTA for a monthly series of rides led by our amazing RCB Women. READ previous ride recaps here:

“Halloweekend” Sandy Ridge Night Ride 
Rocky Point Group Ride
Gateway Green Group Session

Local Ride Route Short Videos

Our Rubber to the Road film series is a collection of our favorite local bike rides in and around Portland, Oregon. These short films give insight of the routes along with tips on bikes, equipment, and getting there. 

Local Organizations We Support


Their mission is to create, enhance, and protect mountain bike riding opportunities; to advocate for trail access; to promote responsible mountain biking; and to build, maintain, and ride sustainable trails. Learn More



Bicycles and Ideas for Kids' Empowerment B.i.k.e. is a non-profit organization that uses bicycles as a tool to encourage at-risk youth to pursue personal, athletic, and academic success, with a goal of transforming their lives. Learn More


A local female-identified riding club who share a passion for riding a bike. To support a more equitable cycling community, this team welcomes riders of all races, ethnicities, sexualities and gender identities. Learn More

Oregon Timber Trail logo

They are dedicated to stewardship, education, and community, striving to provide quality mountain bike trails that link Oregon's communities through profound backcountry landscape experiences.