It’s cold, wet, mushy, and arguably one of the worst times of the year weather-wise. However, if there’s one thing Portlanders love more than anything else, it’s riding their bikes.
While nothing beats riding outside during warmer months, the sun coercing your skin into a deep tan, an iconic Portland event in March is all set to prove that you can ride during this somewhat miserable season and still have a great time.
Get ready to cycle alongside thousands of other people at the 18th annual Worst Day of the Year Ride. You can choose from a 15-mile Urban course or 42-mile Hill Climb Challenge course.
End your adventure with a delicious finish-line party at the Lucky Labrador brew pub.
At the Worst Day of the Year Ride, we are proud to serve Nossa Familia Coffee and Dragonfly Chai to keep our riders warm, happy and just a little caffeinated. WorstDayRide.com
Registration for this event includes breakfast, lunch, rest stops, drummers, photo booth, chocolate fountain, mechanical support, and on-course transport if needed. The best part about this event is that the organizers plant a tree for every rider registered.
When: March 1, 2020
Time: 8 am to 4 pm
Where: 915 SE Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland
Admission: Buy tickets here