Gateway Green Community Cross

Saturday, November 15, 2014 - 9:00am to 4:00pm
Friends of Gateway Green
United States

The Friends of Gateway Green presents Community Cross - a family friendly cyclocross exhibition race for all ages and abilities! Please join us in celebrating and support Portland's first recreational bike park in the making!

On-site registration will begin at 9 AM. $20 race entry donation supports the Build Gateway Green capital campaign. Exhibition racers are eligible for raffle prizes regardless of race finishing placement. Non-racers may also purchase raffle tickets for $20. 

The day's schedule:
9:00 AM - Registration begins
10:00 AM - Welcome Announcement
10:10 AM - Kiddie Cross opens (remains open throughout the day)
10:10 AM - Men's C (45 min)
11:05 AM - Men's B (45 min)
12:00 PM - Women's B & C and Juniors (45 min)
12:55 PM - Women's A (60 min)
2:05 PM - Men's A (60 min)
3:15 PM - Single Speed (45 min)

Please consider riding your bike or taking transit to the event. Parking is available at The Oregon Clinic (1111 NE 99th Ave). Community Cross will be set up approximately .25 miles north of the Gateway/NE 99th Ave TC MAX station.


Gateway Green
Venue Details: 
Gateway Green is envisioned as an open space and recreation area, as well as a working test site for "green" innovation. Connected to Portland's famed 40 Mile Loop (a pedestrian and bike route originally proposed by the Olmstead Brothers in 1904 and now nearly complete), Gateway Green stands to become a regional destination for locals, tourists, and green industry professionals. The land is located where I-84 and I-205 cross paths and was once the site of Multnomah County's Rocky Butte Jail. Gateway Green is unique in that the park is only accessible by foot, bike and light rail via the I-205 path. It's located approximately a .25 miles north of the Gateway Transit Center.

Contact Information

Contact Name: 
Jocelyn Gaudi
Contact Email: