In celebration of Cyclepedia: Iconic Bicycle Design, three-time winner of the Tour de France Greg LeMond visited the Portland Art Museum to share his experiences as world champion racer and bike designer. In conversation with interviewer Michelle Poyourow, LeMond, a former professional cyclist, entrepreneur, and anti-doping advocate, shared his experiences as a world champion racer and bike designer, as well as what’s on his mind today with his growing interest in e-bikes and staying in the saddle as we age. Over 650 people were in attendance for the event. Before things got started, Nutcase owners Michael Morrow and his wife Miriam Berman were able to chat with LeMond for awhile.
Posted in Friday Favorite, Helmet Head (Showcase A Helmet), Miscellaneous
Is ‘Dorky’ the Direction
of Helmet Innovation?
September 19, 2014 Fun Friday: Is ‘Dorky’ the Direction of Helmet Innovation? As the weekend nears, we of the Nutcase variety like to amuse ourselves by thinking about helmets past, present, and future. Loving your brain and expressing your own bit of style has never been easy. That piece of protective head covering known as…
Posted in Helmet Head (Showcase A Helmet), Nutcase At Large
Getting Great Helmet Graphics Onto A Globe (Part I)
September 16, 2014 If you look closely at helmets with graphics, you’ll notice that most helmet makers choose designs that are simple, often even childish, and cover only a small portion of the helmet. But over the years (7, to be exact) that Nutcase has been designing helmets, we’ve gone deeper and deeper into the…