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Event: Bike+Tech Samurai happy hour at Portland Art Museum

Posted by on December 2nd, 2013 at 2:38 pm

This event looks interesting… And it comes with free admission to the Portland Art Museum’s Samurai exhibit. Check out the details below and make sure you RSVP if you’d like to show up

Bike+Tech fans,

Just a reminder to RSVP if you’re planning on coming by the first ever Bike+Tech “Samurai” happy hour at the Portland Art Museum on Thursday, December 5th. Come by to meet folks in the bike and tech industries, learn about the ROI of bicycling for tech companies, see the world class bike vision for Portland, have some drinks and food, and tour the Samurai exhibit. Swords are optional 😉

We’ll have an exciting lineup of bike and tech-related companies/organizations in attendance:

– Ahearne Cycles
– Athlete Path
– Bicycle Transportation Alliance
– Breadwinner Cycles
– Cascade Web
– Castelli
– Civilian Bicycle Co.
– Grave Bikes
– Elemental
– Equilibrium Capital
– Galois
– Intel
– Looptworks
– New Relic
– Nike
– Oregon Manifest
– Portland Art Museum
– Portland Pedal Power
– Puppet Labs
– Sugar Wheel Works
– Technology Association of Oregon
– VeloTech
– Wieden+Kennedy

If you would like to join us, please RSVP to myself and Julia Meskel (

Enjoy your Thanksgiving!

Exhibition Tour and BTA Discussion

Join J.S. May, Portland Art Museum, Justin Yuen, FMYI, Inc. [for my innovation], and Portland bike and tech leaders to view SAMURAI! Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection and hear about the new BTA Blueprint for World-Class Bicycling.

Thursday, December 5

Portland Art Museum
1219 SW Park Avenue

5 PM Exhibition Viewing
Special Exhibition Galleries, Main Building

6 PM Program
Andrée H. Stevens Room, Main Building

Light refreshments

This event is complimentary and attendance is limited.

RSVP by November 26 to Julia Meskel,

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