• PortlandFlag
    Get a Portlander for Flag Day

    June 14, 2016

    Get a Portlander for Flag Day

    Most other municipal flags are bland or forgettable affairs, flown only over state buildings. Citizens rarely know their local flag, likely because so few of them inspire a second look.

    But Portland — Portland has a beautiful flag.

    Posted in Nutcase for the Holidays
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    Sneak Peak at Hello, Bicycle,
    a new book from Anna Brones

    June 9, 2016

    Sneak Peak at Hello, Bicycle,
    a new book from Anna Brones

    Two wheels. A bicycle isn’t much more complicated than that. In its simplest form, the bicycle is made up of two wheels, a frame, a chain, pedals, handlebars, and a seat. It is the most beautiful of machines, as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional.

    Posted in KeepRiding
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    Holiday Weekend Adventures

    June 1, 2016

    Holiday Weekend Adventures

    What did you get into over the holiday weekend? We Nutcases were an active bunch, out backpacking and bike camping and century-riding, brunching and traveling, near and far

    Posted in Nutcase for the Holidays
  • Blue Heron Bicycles
    Blue Heron Bikes
    June Dealer of the Month

    May 31, 2016

    Blue Heron Bikes
    June Dealer of the Month

    Blue Heron Bikes, in Berkeley California opened it’s doors in June, 2012 by Rob Allen, with the help of Jeremy Till. Rob was born and raised in Berkeley and started his bike career in 1972. Today Blue Heron has 4 employees, Chris, Tobe, Sonja and Nadia. Located on the Ohlone Greenway, East Bay’s North-South Class…

    Posted in Dealer of the Month
  • BicycleUtopia
    Am I Invisible? Photography Open Call

    May 23, 2016

    Am I Invisible? Photography Open Call

    Bicycle Utopia’s Am I Invisible? Photography Open Call and Exhibition, gives participants an opportunity to share their biking experiences, and celebrate the style and diversity of bicyclists.

    Posted in #CommuterStyle, KeepRiding
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    Core72
    May 2016 Dealer of the Month

    May 1, 2016

    Core72
    May 2016 Dealer of the Month

    Ferrall Dietrich is the owner of Core72, a Washington DC based women’s activewear and lifestyle boutique and the May, 2016 Nutcase Dealer Of The Month.  “We have carried Nutcase since we opened three years ago — it has, and always will be, one of our core brands.  We love its local flavor, its originality, its…

    Posted in Dealer of the Month
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    The ‘POUR’tlander
    Pour-Over Helmet

    March 31, 2016

    The ‘POUR’tlander
    Pour-Over Helmet

    There aren’t many simple pleasures as pure as a hot cup of coffee brewed outside, with friends, after a ride. That’s why we created the ‘POUR’tlander.

    Posted in POURtlander
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    Gregg’s Cycle
    April 2016 Dealer of the Month

    March 31, 2016

    Gregg’s Cycle
    April 2016 Dealer of the Month

    Gregg’s Cycle opened their flagship store in the Green Lake neighborhood of Seattle way back in 1932! They’ve been selling Nutcase for a while now.

    Posted in Dealer of the Month
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    Living with Brain Injury: An Interview with Starr Walker

    March 16, 2016

    Living with Brain Injury: An Interview with Starr Walker

    Brain injuries come in a lot of different packages and no two are alike. In addition, traumatic brain injuries, often referred to as the “silent epidemic,” leave survivors feeling frustrated, vulnerable and disconnected.

    Posted in I Love My Brain
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    Gravel riding the Dalles Mountain 60

    March 14, 2016

    Gravel riding the Dalles Mountain 60

    Last weekend, we joined about two hundred other gravel-riding enthusiasts for the annual Dalles Mountain 60, a spectacular loop which takes you 2,300 feet up Dalles Mountain and back through rolling fields studded with windmills.

    Posted in KeepRiding