July 12, 2011
Portland’s rep as a cycling Mecca goes without saying. There’s just so many aspects to its cycling culture, it’s difficult to know where to begin.
No better example of that than Hopworks Urban Brewery BikeBar that opened in June.
It’s not just a typical Portland-esque hangout for cycling types. They have created a frame canopy where Oregon Custom Frame Builders get to display their handicraft for free.
We’re proud to have our tikit frame among the group, although, admittedly, it doesn’t fit your typical photo frame, if you will.
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