Since 1944 we have been suppling Oregon and SW Washington Athletes with everything they need to be able to compete. We supply uniforms, field supplies, team gear, screen printing, embroidery, tackle twill lettering, and much more. Everything from bats and balls, to complete gym systems including wall padding.
Run by a team of Portland fanatics and passionate cyclists, Pedal Bike Tours shares their enthusiasm for the city through entertaining and accessible tours. The routes take advantage of Portland’s extensive network of bike lanes to meander through downtown, along the Willamette River, and through lush Forest Park. Each guide’s expertise comes in handy on food tours and microbrewery tours, as riders stop for bites or pints and soak up info about each of their stops. A few tours take riders beyond Rose City limits, and include van trips to explore Oregon’s coast or wine country. Pedal Bike Tours keeps tours as safe and comfortable as possible by providing helmets, locks, and lights, as well as rain jackets and jousting lances if necessary.
Seven Corners Cycles is a neighborhood bike shop located in Southeast Portland. It’s not the largest bike shop, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in personality. Seven Corners Cycles specializes in bike repair, bike parts, bike accessories and, of course, bikes. They special order bikes they do not carry and provide free Portland bike maps to customers looking for a new biking route to explore. Seven Corners Cycles is a favorite among Portland bicyclists because of their friendly service and fair pricing. Both experienced and new cyclists are welcomed by the outgoing owner and staff. In a city full of bike shops, Seven Corners Cycles stands out as the one that knows your name.
Metropolis is a professional bicycle shop that specializes in road, commuter, and fixed-gear bicycles but offers services for every cyclist, from tandem off-roaders to vodka-sipping mailmen on grocery trikes. A basic tune-up includes truing wheels as well as adjusting the brakes, shifters, headset, and bearings. Metropolis Cycle's fleet of United Bicycle Institute–certified mechanics will also perform a general cleaning and safety check to further facilitate your rediscovered quest for transportational autonomy (parts are not included).
For over four decades, this locally-owned, family bike shop has been offering a great selection of two-wheeled rides to go alongside high quality repairs and maintenance. Whatever type of bike you’re looking for, this large shop in downtown Portland likely has the perfect ride for you. If you aren’t sure what you need, the helpful staff is always on hand to answer questions and ensure that you’re happy with your choice. If you’ve got repair needs, the professionalism and quick turnaround times make this shop a local favorite for riders throughout Portland. Remember to check out their selection of biking apparel to keep looking great while riding your new bicycle.
At Greenlight Bikes LLC, Kalkhoff electric bikes propel cyclists at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour. The German-born bikes sprang from the imagination of Heinrich Kalkhoff in 1914, who hatched the idea when he delivered mail riding a cycle instead of a carrier pigeon. During the ensuing 30 years, Heinrich and an ever-growing staff honed his initial design and ultimately ventured into electric bikes. The company unveiled the motor-powered fleet to Europe in 2005. Stateside, Greenlight Bikes both rents and sells them, in addition to traditional cycles.
The eBikes are available in designs that range from comfy cruiser to high-performance two-wheeler, and they bolster riders' pedaling at three different levels. A sensor in the bike's bottom bracket gauges manpower and, with the help of a brushless motor, boosts it for up to 50 miles—the typical amount of time it takes to escape an angry corgi. Riders can also switch off electric assistance and complete excursions using their own cardiovascular electricity.