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May 28th, 2014 WW Staff | Bike Guide
 

Bike Guide 2014: Carpet Bagging

Portland International Airport’s iconic terminal carpet is set to be replaced by the end of the year. Local cycle companies are paying tribute.

bike_2014(carpet)IMAGE: WW Staff


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1. PDX Airport Bidon, $25
The Athletic, theathleticcommunity.com.

Printed on Specialized’s Purist water bottle, a polymer treated with silicon dioxide in a process called “plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition” that’s supposed to provide the clean taste of glass but looks like carpet.

 

2. PDX Airport Socks, $15

The Athletic, theathleticcommunity.com.

American-made cycle socks that look like carpet.

 

3. PDX Airport Carpet Casquette, $15

The Athletic, theathleticcommunity.com.

An Italian-made cycling cap that looks like carpet.

 

4. PDX Carpet Jersey, $80

It’s in My Heart, itsinmyheart.com.

A Colombian-made cycle jersey from a Portland company that looks like carpet.

 

 
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