I had to be in Oregon recently for a family event. We had a nice time but there was very little cycling for me. I did manage to get you these shots.
The airport in Portland has cycle chic advertising. It's true, a bike can't get you everywhere... we do need airports.
This was my favorite bike I saw in Eugene. Yes, it's a dangerous bag, and would probably be illegal in Massachusetts, but it does look so right in Oregon.
A seafoam green cruiser on campus in Eugene was one of the more fanciful bikes I saw. Most tended to the practical, understandable but less fun.
This copper colored Raleigh was one of the only bikes of that era I saw. It's too bad, Eugene is a flat enough city that I could easily see getting around on one of the old townies.
This bike shelter is one of so very many all around Eugene. They were all similarly full. This sort of bike infrastructure is what we're missing in Boston.
Finally, this atmospheric image was taken in Washington State, on the beach. It was getting to be evening on a Friday night, this person was clearly commuting home along the beach bike path. Now that's the life!