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    Interesting article in "Oregon Business."


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    screenwasher
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    Elkhound, I also posted this last weekend in a new thread but there has not been much of a response to date.
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    Oregon Bicycle Industry article

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    ScreenWasher, I read this yesterday after following a link (not sure which thread it was in).

    The article is quite interesting. It is a shame there is not an Oregon / Washington based 'large scale' manufacturer of bikes. I am keen to learn TIG or MIG welding, whichever is best suited to Aluminum and then have a go at making utility trailers. I think there could be sufficient demand in the Pacific Northwest to make it a viable concern.
    LOL The End is Nigh (for 80% of middle class North Americans) - I sneer in their general direction.

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    Thanks for posting this. I just noticed in the new Cascade club newsletter that several Oregon bike builders will be showing their bikes at the Seattle Bike Expo this year (early March).

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