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 Uncategorized, Unframed
With 83 different Unframed submissions from 18 countries, it takes a lot for a particular artist and helmet design to catch our eyes at this stage in the process, but as we have been monitoring the votes online, one submission kept resurfacing. Bridget Allen and her submission (number #7) were getting a lot of attention in…
Posted in Safety
Originally an idea out of Sweden, Vision Zero‘s overarching motto is that one traffic-related death is too many. The movement is now international and it is empowering people around the world to come together and make it clear that traffic deaths and injuries are preventable; therefore, none are acceptable. In Portland, Oregon, where Nutcase is headquartered, we…