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Name: CAT Oregon
Date registered: February, 2009

Latest posts

  1. Apprenticeship Winter 2017-18 — October, 2017
  2. John’s Roadster — November, 2016
  3. Ben, Joey, and Shamala — December, 2014
  4. Daemion — May, 2014
  5. Gerhard and Miquel — April, 2014

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Apprentices getting ready to depart!

Our sixth group of apprentices are finishing up their six-month stay here at CAT. Kaylyn and Laura are just about done with their Long Hauls and a great new jig for the Human Powered Network.
Laura Rose

“This apprenticeship is more than just a straightforward course in building a cargo bike from pieces of metal. The knowledge …

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Mobile School In Your Backyard!

HPM School

CAT is gearing up for a cross-country tour of our Mobile School Presentation project. We’ll be taking a human-powered cargo bike “pony-exress” style to cities around the U.S. to get local communities involved with getting kids excited about bikes. We’d love your help!
For more information, please visit our donation page here.

Summer Valet Bike Parking events!

CAT’s Valet Bike Parking program is teaming up with local organizers for some great events coming up soon. Some of these include:
Pedal for the People
2012 Olympic Trials

Mobile School Presentations

CAT is looking for help to introduce sustainable transportation to youth. Our main goal is to give children hands on learning experiences, spark discussions, and get kids analyzing and brainstorming issues. For a better tomorrow, we need their help today!

Our presentations include:
-Our entire rideable museum fleet from tricycles to tandems
-History of alternative transportation, especially as …

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Get your Veg on!

Will Work for Veggies

In partnership with CAT, the Skinner City Farm offers a great Will Work For Veggies program. Come by the garden, located on the west end of the Skinner City Butte park, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights from 5:30 until dusk.
Click here for our flyer with more information!

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