An easy-going, fun way to see a city! Hop on a bike with Pedal’s local guides and ride the safest routes while exploring must-see landmarks, discovering hidden gems, and learning the intriguing histories of Portland, Oregon.
Our founder has been riding bicycles since his first hand-me-down Schwinn. He had a paper route at age 13, saw his first road biker a few years later and used money that was supposed to be for college to get his first road bike. Never liking to sit still and drive, he’s dragged bikes to everywhere he’s lived including Eugene, Rome, San Diego, Seattle, Zurich, and now Portland and Honolulu. Todd has done bike tours all over the west coast, Canada and Europe. Todd started Pedal tours to provide visitors and locals alike the experience of the most bike friendly large city in America.
Scott grew up riding his 2 geared “Street Machine” through the humid neighborhoods of Meraux, Louisiana. Later he graduated to a 21 speed mountain bike which he often rode past the ruins of antebellum homes along the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge. Ten years ago, he found himself in love with Portland, Oregon and has been here since. On any given day you can find him cruising the streets of SE Portland on a sweet 26″ bmx bike.
An outdoorsy Portland native, Scot is an avid hiker, camper, and biker. In addition to his two jobs, he stays busy with trips to the forest, time spent with his fiance, and school work. Scot’s knowledge of Portland is vast. He worked for a long time on the Portland Visitors Walking Map, so he knows the hot spots around town. He is also passionate about the city and its history. Altogether he’s an awesome member of our team and a great ambassador for PDX.
Before coming to Pedal, Domonic worked as a caretaker for the elderly and substituted as a Pre-School and Kindergarten teacher. As a second job, Domonic also repairs computers and electronics equipment. His excellent customer service skills and technical know-how make him the perfect person to represent Pedal at our front desk. When not wrangling rental bikes or ordering sweet bikey gifts for our retail space, Domonic stays busy decorating his new apartment in the South Waterfront.