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  • Lucky Lab!

    May 15, 2013
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    May 23, 2013
  • We’d very much like to be included, as we are in the hospitality industry in the Camp Sherman area of Central Oregon, a biking Mecca!

    May 28, 2013
  • Clive

    This encourages people to “drink and ride”, which seems like a very bad idea. Coffee, tea, soda are all good, but not alcohol when you have to ride home! Lets face it, how many are going to arrive on a tandem with a designated rider?

    June 18, 2013
  • I’m VERY happy to see this post and this video. I’m not from Oregon, but am looking forward to hearing about more bike-friendly business that can serve as models for other places!

    August 05, 2013
  • Vincent

    I too feel that promoting drinking and riding is probably not the best idea. Here in Ohio you can get a DUI charge on a bicycle the same as you can for driving or even having “physical control” (keys in your possession). If you are intoxicated and pushing your bicycle you could still get a DUI charge because you have “physical control” and bicycles are classified as VEHICLES !

    November 07, 2013
  • Mathew Kendell

    I think that you have a very valid point. I also think that people drive cars to bars and then drink and drive. I don’t think that anyone is encouraging drinking and riding anymore than a bar with a parking lot full of cars is encouraging drinking and driving. I know that when I go out I don’t go out to get intoxicated. I go out to have a good time and drink a couple of beers. I think that most people who frequent this establishment enjoy the same.

    February 23, 2014
  • Bob Brewer

    Jessie, Ever considered Bike art? Any chance of parking on a wall? Would love to see the coolest bikes displayed while having a few. Plus it looks like you need a few more spaces. I’m the hell in Texas so its probably all over Portland but if not then maybe?

    July 11, 2014

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