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Tenth annual BikeCraft set for December 6-7

Posted by on November 24th, 2014 at 1:04 pm

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BikeCraft, where you can always find
wonderful bike-inspired things.
(Photo by J. Maus/BikePortland)

BikeCraft, the holiday gift fair for bike lovers, is back.

This will be the 10th time we’ve gotten together to highlight the best local, bike-inspired makers and artisans. Time flies when you’re having fun doesn’t it? I can still remember that icy-cold December night in 2005 when I invited a handful of creative folks to a coffee shop to share their wares. When we ended up with 20 vendors and a huge, happy, crowd I knew we’d struck a nerve.

This year our friends Aaron Kaffen and Amos Hunter once again keep this holiday tradition alive. They’ve just announced BikeCraft 2014. It will be held at Bike Farm (1810 NE 1st Ave) on the weekend of December 6-7th from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Check out the flyer…

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Aaron says they still have spaces available for vendors, so if you make a cool bike product and are looking for a great place to debut, look no further. In keeping with the true spirit of BikeCraft, all sizes of businesses are welcome — from part-time crafters to established businesses (tables and booths are $40-$80).

For the full low-down, check out the Facebook event page or sign up for the event announcement at BikeCraftPDX.com.

Vendors and volunteers can get in touch with Amos and Aaron directly via info@bikecraftpdx.com.

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    Patrick November 24, 2014 at 1:17 pm

    1810 NE 1st Ave, is a small house–how are they going to accomidate everyone?

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      Aaron Kaffen November 24, 2014 at 2:16 pm

      Hey Patrick,

      If you’re referring to the house that shows on Google Maps, there’s a problem that’s showing 1810 NE 1st as the house across the street. But if you head that way, you’re sure to see us 🙂

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    Kaj'omo November 30, 2014 at 1:03 pm

    I will come and make final adjustments to my bike build project! Loads of fun for all!

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