Adams Carroll (News Intern)

Adams Carroll (News Intern)


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Checking in on the 8th annual Filmed by Bike

This year’s event poster is by local artist Tiago DeJerk. Film aficionados take note: submissions for the the 2010 Filmed by Bike fest is just about two months away. Closer still is the deadline to nominate someone to the jury. Judges attend two submissions screening sessions in February, get a sneak peek at all films … Read more


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BikeCraft V: Full wrap-up and photos — What a show!

Mayor Adams has a laugh with Ian Stude.-Slideshow below/Gallery–(Photo © J. Maus) Adams Carroll: BikeCraft V has come and gone. More than 50 talented crafters and artisans rolled their wares into Sandbox Studio. They shared handmade jewelry, prints, bike accessories, apparel, and much much more. A huge turnout kept the vendors busy and the large, … Read more


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BikeCrafter Profile: Unique wood and steel bike parts by Paul Conte

The double-spiral bamboo bottle holder.(Photos © Adams Carroll) After Paul Conte graduated from Syracuse University’s industrial design program, he took an office job — but realized before long that he wasn’t living the life he wanted to lead. So he quit, trained to be a carpenter, and moved to Portland in search of a workshop … Read more


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Broadway/Williams update: Why the project will wait for streetcar

The project will move the bike traffic lane curbside (among other things). (Photo © J. Maus) New details about pending safety improvements for the notorious NE Broadway/N Williams intersection have emerged since we published an update last Monday. In our story, we reported that the bike safety improvements (which include a new bike-only signal and … Read more


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Gordon Price on the rise of ‘motordom’ and its urban impacts

Gordon Price addresses the crowd during his presentation yesterday.(Photos: Adams Carroll/BikePortland) About 60 people gathered in the Portland Building last night to hear professor and former Vancouver B.C. city councilor Gordon Price share his insights on transportation, land use, and urban planning. Price’s presentation, which was part of the traffic and transportation course at Portland … Read more


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Backpedal Cycleworks opens in Mt. Scott neighborhood

Backpedal Cycleworks now open for biz!(Photos: Adams Carroll for BikePortland) Story and photos by BikePortland news intern Adams Carroll Rick Shaputis, owner of SE Portland’s newest bike shop, Backpedal Cycleworks, knew it was crazy to open a bike store in the middle of a recession. He knew it was even crazier to open up his … Read more