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Apprentices Depart!


Our fifth group of apprentices wrap up a great five-months at CAT. With obvious pride having made their own amazing new cargo bikes, Derek, Jeremy, and Tuyen say goodbye. Jeremy Thomas “Over the last five months of the CAT apprenticeship I have spent time learning from some pretty incredible instructors; TIG welding, sewing, basic machining, …

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Hold on Tight!

Wibke Fretz and her children are getting a lot of attention on the streets of Eugene for her custom made child seat attached to the Long Haul she made during her five-month apprenticeship. In the Human Powered Network‘s spirit of transforming “mine” to “ours”, Wibke and all members of the HPN will share each other’s …

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CAT & Skinner City Farm


The Skinner City Farm community garden project was created and is maintained by CAT staff and students. It is currently the training site for the organic garden component of the apprenticeship program. It makes us wonder if there is an especially strong gardening gene in cyclists. [slide]

New Apprentice Photos


Here are a few photos of our 5th group of apprentices, Derek, Tuyen and Jeremy.

The Future of Trips for Kids/CAT

John sees a bright future for Trips for Kids/CAT, more information coming soon! Check out the TFK/CAT site here.