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Here at GenZe we believe that there is a better, and smarter, way of getting yourself from point A to point B. After all, most of us live, work, and play within a seven mile radius, so using a car is quickly becoming impractical. Portland rider, Leselee, took this into account, and decided she didn’t want a […]

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May is one of the best months of the year – the weather is warm, the days are long, and most importantly, it’s National Bike Month! As a company dedicated to the benefits of two-wheeled transportation, you’d better believe that we are beyond excited—-so much that we’ve put together a brief history of National Bike […]

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There are a ton of reasons to love our e-Scooters – they’re fun, cut out gas costs, allow you to breeze through traffic, and are the ultimate parking hack! But just because they are compact and able to fit into all sorts of parking situations doesn’t mean that it’s always smiled upon. We thought it would […]

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It has been about ten months since the Telegraph Bikeway first opened and data is just being released on how it’s introduction is affecting the surrounding community. We thought that this was a great time to revisit this project, and look at how other cities are changing the shape of bicycle transportation through the implementation […]

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The dictionary defines gratitude as: the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness. In what it often perceived as a dog-eat-dog world, experiencing thankfulness and showing kindness are powerful ways to counteract this cold concept. We here at GenZe are so into having gratitude be part of our daily […]

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Rider Profile: Masayo Simon Age: 27 Hometown: Seattle, WA Current City: Portland, OR Modes of Transportation: All of them! Favorite Place to Lock Up: Skidmore Bluffs Favorite Bike Lane: Shared lane on NE Tillamook Ave. One of the things that drew me to Portland was the grand allure of city biking. I’d always wanted to […]

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Portland’s Lloyd District is an interesting place with an interesting problem. While only about 3,000 people live there, over 5 times that many…

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Lloyd EcoDistrict is a non-profit that works with businesses, residents and community organizations to elevate sustainable practices in Portland’s Lloyd…