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O.H.B.S 2010: Beer on Wheels, Wheels, and a Touring Bicycle for Good Measure

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Hopworks Urban Brewery Keg Carrying Cargo Bicycle

Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB) was created by brewmaster Christian Etinger.  He has constructed Portland’s first Eco-Brewpub were you will find a variety of organic beers made with local ingredients.  HUB showed up with their keg holding cargo bike to serve up their golden nectar to the show attendees.

After the break you will find Rolf Prima single speed wheels, a Littleford cycle, and the King-O-Pain.

Rolf Prima P-Town Wheelset

Rolf Prima P-Town Wheelset White Industries ENO Hub

Rolf Prima has produced a very versatile fixed or single speed wheel.  Their P-Town wheel uses a 34 mm deep rim, laced to a White Industries ENO hub (you can get a standard flip flop White Industries hub as well).  The rear hub is available in either 120mm or 130mm spacing.

Littleford Cycles Touring Bike

Jon Littleford started making custom touring bikes out of his passion for escaping via bicycle.  He currently produces his long haul rides out of Portland, OR.

Littleford Cycles Touring Bicycle Integrated Rear Rack

Littleford has improved on the rear rack by producing an integrated version on all of his touring bikes.  It lends to a very clean look.

Stites Design King-O-Pain

Stites Design is known for producing trikes.  However, on display this year at the O.H.B.S they had this beast.  You lay flat on your stomach, and pray you don’t hit a pothole.

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13 years ago

Any shots, videos of the keg bike in motion? That looks like a ton of weight to keep under control.

13 years ago


This is the best I found…

Andy Newlands
13 years ago

Hey Bill,
I knew your head was not screwed on very tight. Bring that beast over to my side of the river and we’ll take it down Mill Street for some giggles. Cool.

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