Cielo Dock Sale runs through the 29th

A few late, great additions to BikeCraft

Posted by on November 30th, 2010 at 2:29 pm

BikeCraft just keeps getting better and better. We’re very excited for this weekend as the venue (former Dept. of Skateboarding indoor skatepark at 15 NE Hancock), the vendors, and all the other details are coming together beautifully.

I’ll be posting more about BikeCraft throughout the week, but right now I want to update on what will likely be our final batch of new vendors…

Isaac Porras / Solarcycle
Solarcycle makes a bike rack that allows your cell phone to be charged directly from the sun. It is easy to install and is the smallest, most powerful USB solar charger on the market! This rack is weatherproof and is also compatible with standard bike rack bags.

The Sprockettes
Portland’s beloved mini-bike dance troupe, The Sprockettes, will bring their assortment of black and pink merchandise including t-shirts, wristbands, patches, stickers, and other fun stuff.

BikeCraft V-83

Jeff Keller / Urbane Innovations
A clothes hanger made entirely out of bike parts!

Jason Miranda / Trusty Switchblade
Made with pride in Portland, Trusty Switchblade will bring their post-race streetwear “with Portland attitude”. Trusty Switchblade combines cycling functionality with lifestyle comfort to create its unique line of products.

See all 44 vendors on the complete vendor list and learn more about BikeCraft at the main event page. We could really use your help in telling your friends and co-workers about the event… Please spread the word!

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