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A bike procession called the Lit Ride on Feb. 16 marked the last night of the Lightbar, a slightly impromptu gathering place open for a week in a Northeast Killingsworth Street backyard, and the start of Mini-Bike Winter IV, a Zoobomb-sponsored weekend of bike and minibike activities.

On their route from Northeast Portland to downtown, cyclists lit their way with everything from regular bike blinkers to tiki lights and road flares.