Oregon Manifest – Constructor’s Challenge Photo Gallery

2011 Oregon Manifest Constructors Challenge utility commuter bike by Cielo Chris King

2011 Oregon Manifest Constructors Challenge utility commuter bike by Cielo Chris King

If you’re pressed for time or you’ve got a helicopter parent for a boss, here’s a collection of highlights from the 2011 Oregon Manifest Constructor’s Challenge. These are the bikes that were made and designed exclusively by the builders, unlike the design collaborations that paired a famous design house with a builder shown here.

When you get a little more tiempo, check out the official website for a full gallery from each builder. And Core77 is the official media partner for the contest, so they’ve got a bit more there.

The bike above is from Chris King’s Cielo brand. More after the break…

2011 Oregon Manifest Constructors Challenge utility commuter bike by Art and Industry
Art & Industry
2011 Oregon Manifest Constructors Challenge utility commuter bike by Boxer Cycles
Boxer Cycles
2011 Oregon Manifest Constructors Challenge utility commuter bike by Donkelope
Donkelope
2011 Oregon Manifest Constructors Challenge utility commuter bike by Folk Engineering and Discovery Charter School
Folk Engineering and Discovery Charter School
2011 Oregon Manifest Constructors Challenge utility commuter bike by Geekhouse
Geekhouse
2011 Oregon Manifest Constructors Challenge utility commuter bike by Inglis Retrotec
Inglis Retrotec
2011 Oregon Manifest Constructors Challenge utility commuter bike by Pereira
Pereira
2011 Oregon Manifest Constructors Challenge utility commuter bike by Quixote
Quixote
2011 Oregon Manifest Constructors Challenge utility commuter bike by Tsunehiro
Tsunehiro

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4 thoughts on “Oregon Manifest – Constructor’s Challenge Photo Gallery

  1. It’s hard to see but mine sports roller brakes (Shimano IM80). Low maintenance is a major tenet of the design rationale and I find disc brakes overly finicky. On the smaller 20inch wheels, they have excellent stopping power.
    Jonathan Reed
    Quixote Cycles

  2. Roller brakes are sexy and low-maintenance. Go to a cycling country like Denmark and you won’t find disc brakes, you’ll find tons of rollers.

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