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An interview with Jim Langley, a bike entuisiast.

Jim Langley is a bicycle fanatic and seasoned mechanic, who began his fascination with bikes at the age of 10. Langley is employed at SmartEtaling, a company that helps specialty retailers to create and manage an online business. He has … Continue reading

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A Visual Trip to the Whiteaker

Tucked away on the corner of 4th and Blair in the Whiteaker neighborhood is Papa Soul Foods, a southern-style restaurant home of the fried chicken and waffles plate. The restaurant is rather small, so the clanking of silverware and plates … Continue reading

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Bicycle Beat Blog Post 2— Tweeting about Bikes

Twitter can be a great place to connect with other people who share similar interests and hobbies as yourself. I live in Eugene, Oregon, which has a huge bike culture. Many of the residents, including myself, commute by bike on … Continue reading

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Whiteaker Neighborhood Post 2

By Paul Kiefer During this adventure to the Whiteaker neighborhood, we were given the task of asking people we find there one thing they like about the neighborhood and one thing they would change. The first man we interviewed, James … Continue reading

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Paul Kiefer’s Bicycle Beat Blog— Post 1

Hello, Many of the residents of Eugene, Oregon ride bicycles on a daily basis, me included. Therefore, my blog will share my thoughts and feelings on bike riding, important updates, links to other great bicycle blogs, and anything else bike-related. … Continue reading

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Paul Kiefer Blog Intro

Hello, my name is Paul Kiefer. I am a 23-year-old journalism major at the University of Oregon, working towards a Bachelors of Science degree. After I graduate, my goal is either to move up to Hood River or back to Portland … Continue reading

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