Portland's Pedalpalooza includes an XKCD bike ride

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12 Responses to “Portland's Pedalpalooza includes an XKCD bike ride”

  1. Ian70 says:

    Awww. You “thought readers might find that funny”. Incorrectly adorable.

  2. apoxia says:

    Sounds like fun, I love my bike :)

  3. simonbarsinister says:

    xkcd fan here.
    I drew this tribute of xkcd:
    http://electiceel.blogspot.com/2009/06/my-tribute-to-xkcd.html

  4. Cory Doctorow says:

    Aww, you don’t know what a quotation mark means, and yet you feel qualified to make world-readable statements on the Internet. How troubling.

  5. stickystyle says:

    Okay, I cannot be the only one that while glancing at the title read it as “Pedopalooza”, right?

  6. Takuan says:

    yes, you were. Pervert.

  7. Halloween Jack says:

    I’m very disappointed to find out that the “Trektosterone” ride is for owners of Trek bikes and not Trekkies.

  8. ohkimber says:

    Stickystyle, I too read it that way and did a double-take. Oops. I love and miss Portland so much!

  9. Mo' Landia says:

    Trekkies are welcome on the Trektosterone Ride.
    As long as they ride their Treks.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Sweet! I just so happen to live in Portland, be an xkcd fan, and own a red cape. That last one is going with me on the naked bike ride.

  11. schmod says:

    It’s things like this that make me wish I lived in Portland.

  12. StRevAlex says:

    Portland is a great city for bikes or just walking. I live in Eugene, OR which is sort of like Portland-lite as in “Same homeless population/no cool architecture.”

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