Oregonians take their bicycling seriously. As they should. It is one of the healthiest and cleanest modes of transportation we have. As such, it’s even more important that you find a bicycle shop you trust, with knowledgeable people willing to help. Rest assured, when you visit any of the following ten shops, you’ll be treated like family.
For over 18 years, Classic Cycle Inc. has provided the fine folks of Oregon City with excellent customer service, selection, repairs, and general know-how. Bicycle enthusiasts love Classic Cycle because they know that all of their bicycling needs will be satiated; whether you prefer BMX, mountain bikes, or classic bikes, they’re bound to have it. Stop by to take advantage of their preventative maintenance, for a tune-up, adjustment, or full rebuild. In other words, Classic Cycle has everything you could want in a local bike shop.
Life Cycle Bike Shop has been in business for over 10 years. Not only do they sell the latest and greatest bikes and accessories, but they also have a brand new “Rental Fleet.” For shoppers on a budget, make sure to check out their close out models for significant discounts. Life Cycle Bike Shop carries Airgo Wheels, Bianchi, BMC, Cervelo, Chris King, Felt, Kona, Niner Bikes, Norco, Pivot Cycles, Salsa, Santa Cruz, Surly, Transition Bikes, among others. They’re happy to provide rebuilds, custom wheel builds, tune ups, and more.
Portland, Oregon, is nearly overrun with fantastic bicycle shops, but Sellwood Cycle Repair is a cut above the rest. The staff is well regarded as some of the nicest, friendliest, and most knowledgeable in the area. Inventory consists of new bikes, used bikes, new frames, used frames, individual components, accessories, and soft goods, such as hats. They often run unique specials and sales, so make sure to check them out before making a purchase. Bring your old bike in for repairs, too.
WebCyclery proudly offers rental and demo bikes, available to those who reserve them at their Bend, Oregon, location or online, so you can try out a potential purchase before you buy. Oftentimes, the demo bikes are on sale, too, providing even more value. WebCyclery stocks a wide variety of brands, including Scott, Echo, Salsa, Inspired, Niner, Solda, Madshus, TrialTech, Comotion Cycles, and Fischer. Stop in for a short tune up or a complete overhaul—they’ll be happy to help.
Willamette Mountain Mercantile is the local bike shop in Oakridge, Oregon, “specializing in providing equipment and information and services to help you optimize your time in and around Oakridge.” The website doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles, but don’t let that fool you: their inventory is extensive, and fine-tuned to the Oakridge region. Stop in to their shop to stock up on trail maps, camping supplies, workerwear, outerwear, gloves, insect repellent… everything you might need for a long ride.
The first thing you might notice about Bike Newport? Their brilliant Pedals and Pints promotion. Who said shopping for a new bicycle had to be a drag? At Bike Newport, you’re invited to grab an ice cold beer, kombucha, or cider while you peruse. In addition to keeping a stock of the finest ales and bikes best suited to the Newport area, they offer fitting services and bike repair classes. Shop their extensive array of accessories while you’re on-site, and consider renting a bike next time you’re in town.
Tommy’s Bicycle Shop has been around since 1949, providing the McMinnville area with high-quality service and an excellent selection since the very first day. At Tommy’s you’ll find Trek brand road and mountain bikes. Some of their available services include brake adjustments, cable and housing replacements, wheel truing, installation of accessories, and your basic tune-ups.