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Volunteers move the belongings of Nate Martin, a graduate of Reed College, by bike to an apartment in northeast Oregon ten miles away. (Jill Ryan/Here & Now)
Volunteers move the belongings of Nate Martin, a graduate of Reed College, by bike to an apartment in northeast Oregon ten miles away. (Jill Ryan/Here & Now)
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With summer nearing an end, and people going back to school, this is a big moving weekend around the country. In Portland, Oregon, some people forego renting U-Hauls, and transport their stuff on bicycles.

Today, we revisit Jeremy Hobson's report on the bike moving trend.

Hear our original story from May 2016.

Volunteers move the belongings of Nate Martin, a graduate of Reed College, by bike to an apartment in northeast Oregon 10 miles away. (Jill Ryan/Here & Now)
Volunteers move the belongings of Nate Martin, a graduate of Reed College, by bike to an apartment in northeast Oregon 10 miles away. (Jill Ryan/Here & Now)
Nate Martin in his new room, after cyclists transported his belongings to his apartment. (Jill Ryan/Here & Now)
Nate Martin in his new room, after cyclists transported his belongings to his apartment. (Jill Ryan/Here & Now)

This segment aired on August 31, 2016.

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