Forager Cycles’ latest Cable Cherry release is a collaboration with Bow Hill, a blueberry farm located just down the road from where the Forager Cycles. Learn more about the Blueberry Cable Cherries and how you can help Bow Hill after a recent fire wreaked havoc on their farm here…
Late last year, Forager Cycles—owned and operated by our friend and contributor Dan Stranahan—launched their flagship product, Cable Cheries. These neat little spherical aluminum cable ends are machined in Washington by Lichen Precision (@lichen_mfg) and are an elegant reusable replacement for those pesky crimps used on the end of shift and brake cables.
For their latest release, Forager Cycles has teamed up with a local blueberry farm, Bow Hill, on a deep blue Cable Cherry in an interesting collaboration between local manufacturing and agriculture. Unfortunately, about half way through the project, Bow Hill’s production farm caught fire and they lost nearly all of the contents, including a ride-on harvesting machine parked outside. To help the farm recoup some of their losses, Forager Cycles has added an easy option at checkout for those able to support Bow Hill.
The Forager Blueberries go live tomorrow (Saturday, November 13th) at 6 p.m. PST. They share all the same specs as their regular Cable Cherries and retail for $17.89 USD/pair. They will be available through Forager Cycles at ForagerCycles.com as well as on Bow Hill’s webstore.
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