Tag Archives: Biking

Profile: Lee Shoemaker Dedicated City Employee

Lee Shoemaker walks down the halls of a silent office building with stern white walls, beside conference rooms with keypad doors. His grey tennis shoes, with a bright lime green stripe, pad softly on the carpeting. You can tell a … 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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Biking on Rough Terrain in Jefferson Westside

Living a good distance away from the hustle and bustle of campus-life, the residents of the Jefferson Westside Neighbors don’t have much to complain about.  One topic that is on the minds of Jefferson-Westsiders though, is the roads. Many of … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Post: Biking Through Amazon Park

By Joseph Geglia As I walked home from class today I realized it was too beautiful of a day to just lounge around my house. Instead I hopped on my bike and headed towards Amazon Park. Stretching southward from South … Continue reading

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