Oregon Manifest


A strangely revolutionary name for a month-long, October 2 – November 8, celebration of bikes and cycling culture. Now in it’s second year, The Oregon Manifest’s home page explains it thusly:

Oregon Manifest celebrates the art, craft and community of bicycling. Our mission is to engage a wide audience with cycling lifestyle through innovative, influential events around the bicycle.

Sponsored by Chris King Precision Components, this event (or more accurately series of events) pulls together bike designers, a traveling exhibit of Danish cycling culture, Dreams on Wheels, and even a fashion show by Momentum Magazine for those of us who concern ourselves with cycling fashion.  

The full schedule of events is here.

There’s also a nice write-up at Oregonlive.com on the festivities. Lots of bikey goodness for all.


About D. D. Syrdal

Writer of vampire stories and science fiction. Currently prepping a vampire novel for submission. If you like a vampire you can go out drinking with and still respect yourself in the morning, I think you'd like Andrej.
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