Crowded into the Staver Locomotive Building on Sunday, November 1, was transportation of a different and more sustainable sort. Handmade bicycles were perched atop the toy train tracks that permanently reside in the venue, though on this day, the tracks snaked through dozens of booths, home to the sleek rides and their designers, along with some cycle-centric gadgets and garments. Halloween weekend marked the second installation of the Oregon Handmade Bicycle Show in the past three years, ...

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