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.
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Family Biking Needs Kidical Mass
From guest blogger Dena Driscoll Kidical Mass is a great way to help get more families biking. This kid-friendly, family-loving bicycle ride originated in Eugene, Oregon in 2008. Although the name may imply the lawlessness of Critical Mass (just pint size) Kidical Mass rides are actually fun, law-abiding rides that are more parade then protest. The…
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ISPO 2015 Hears
The Nutcase Napkin Story
The story of how our founder Michael Morrow conceived of the Nutcase brand makes a pretty good anecdote, and Michael will relate it, for the second year running, at the BrandNew Academy gathering at the ISPO sports trade show held in Munich, Germany, from February 5 – 8. (Hear Michael on February 4th, from 6pm to 8pm…