Consystency is the personal one-on-one web and tech solution for the small business or home user. Our clients are either home users who do not have
the time themselves and desire some assistance or small business companies who do not have a full time IT deparment but would like the reassurance that
they have a direct contact to depend on in a time of need.
In addition Consystency strives to do it all in an economic and evironmental way which is why our catch phrase reflects that doing what is the best isn't
always the easiest when you need to go the extra mile to achieve your goal: " Dedication - is not a fair weather sport. Consystency.Net - we don't do
what is easy, we do what is right."
Consystency was proud to be the Race Director of the Elkhorn Classic Stage Race held each June in Baker City, OR. The support group traveling 310 miles from
Portland and affectionately called Team Elkhorn was driven by the belief that we can no longer be simple consumers and must
give back to the cycling and local communities that support bicycle efforts. In its 10-years Elkhorn infused over 1 million dollars of external money into
the local economy.
With the local Baker Loves Bikes board wanting to create a grass roots race, the decade benchmark seemed like a good time to make the transistion and
Consystency.Net's own Ernie Conway concluded his tenure as Race Director of the Elkhorn Classic. BLB is now launching the Baker City Cycling Classic
and Consystency wishes them the very best of luck.
Asked one loyal client, "What happened to all the great Consystency Service offerings we use to see? I'm lost if I don't know what other
services I could obtain." Well sit back and relax - and check back for the complete Consystency Anthology that includes all the details
of how Consystency was born. "Oh it's going to be so hot - I'm not sure they'll even be able to post it." notes one reliable inside source.
When will the Poker Page be finished? An inside source is quoted as saying "Uh look, it's not
like I don't have a job and a poker page is all I have to do." To which the reply was "Come on how hard can it be to make a webpage
about poker?" "What? Look there's a ton of stuff to do like; Say, how did you get in here anyway?" [Editor's note: At this point
things get a bit hazy so we'll leave it right there with updates to follow. ]