June 13, 2014 There have been 0 comments
It's like a yard sale, only it's 100% new bikes that are starting to feel in the way of other stuff we'd like to stock more of.
It's like the beloved Cross Check, except disc brakes, extra tough undercoat, a tiny bit longer wheelbase, and brifters instead of old-school bar-end shifters. Also way cool purple glitter paint. This is the first drop-bar bike we've ever carried whose drop bars and shifters are too expensive to replace right away with swept city bars. Which goes a long way toward explaining why we're clearing them: we are an urban transportation shop, not a sporting goods shop. Of course, anybody who tells you you can't commute on a cyclocross bike, especially an awesome one like this, is totally lying. (The following colors/sizes are in stock: Glitter Dream: 46, 50, 52, 54, 56cm, Black 56, 58, 60, 62cm) Regularly $1775, now $1525.
Surly Disk Trucker
Do you need a 60cm Disk Trucker? You already know who you are. We have one. It's green. Regularly $1500, now $1275: a steal.
Quality and performance in an affordable package. Greenways are light, their hydroformed aluminum frames will never rust, and their wide-range gearing mean they are ready for anything. Dynamo lighting, rack and fenders included. (The following sizes/colors are in stock: Satin Blue XL) Regularly $899, now $750.
Wide-range 27-speed drivetrain can handle any terrain you throw at it. The Liberty is fully equipped with dynamo lighting, rack, fenders, and a rear mount kickstand. (The following sizes/colors are in stock: Blue Grey 48, 52cm). Regularly $1100, now $750.
Linus makes a road bike? Yes, and it's a looker, straight out of 1979 through a gauzy lens. Light butted chromoly, downtube shifters, leather tape, match-finish metal fenders... Regularly $939, now $800.
Breezer Uptown Infinity
Nuvinci continuously variable internal wide range gearing, dynamo lighting, full chaincase, wheel lock, fenders, rear rack and fenders. In Extra Small only, black/copper. Regularly $1220, now $800.
WorkCycles Cross-step cargo
Nuvinci CVT internal wide range gearing, dynamo lighting, low maintenance front & rear roller brakes, full chaincase, coat guards, wheel lock, fenders, front and rear rack, pump, Brooks saddle and WorkCycles quality. (The following sizes/colors are in stock: Matte Black: 49, 61cm) Regularly $2270, now $1950.
Really light, really fast, really portable and made from top quality stuff. Regularly $1900, now $1650.
It's a folding MTB for smaller people. Living in the city means staying flexible and adapting to change. That's why transportation that adapts to your itinerary is the way to go. Regularly $500, now $425.
Tern Swoop Duo
Ultra-low stepover, 2-speed automatic, coaster brake! And it folds. Regularly $900, now $750.
Pilen Lyx Portlandia
Tough, beautiful, full-service Swedish city bike suits riders above 5ft 7in. 8-speed Shimano internal gearing, LED dynamo lighting, fenders, Brooks saddle, huge rear rack, wheel lock. (The following sizes/colors are in stock: Diamond frame 56cm: Red, Blue. Step through 56cm: Blue, Black). Regularly $1649, now $1400.
The racy Pilen. 8-speed Nexus, hub dynamo lighting, hand brakes, rear carrier, stainless fenders, Brooks saddle. (The following sizes/colors are in stock: Silver 56cm). Regularly $1675, now $1425.
We rent Brompton folding bikes, premium Dutch city and bakfiets bikes, and sometimes a few other kinds. Also wood-fired hot tubs, delivered by bike. Bikes come complete with lights, locks, fenders, stands, ample luggage and child-carriage options, etc. Bells are mandatory, no exceptions.
Part of our purpose in offering rentals is to let prospective buyers try our unusual bikes over longer periods. If you buy a bike similar to your rental within a week of return, we refund up to a week's rental fee toward the purchase.
Expert mechanics service what we sell in our four-stand workshop, and also offer general tune-ups, repair, and consultation on all kinds of bicycles.
We specialize in modern internal hub gearing, generator lighting, and modifications for greater comfort and utility.
We are Portland’s first and largest bicycle shop devoted entirely to bicycles as primary transportation, serving urban households like ours seeking to avoid dependence on cars with practical, stylish bikes for everyday use: not just “commuting” bikes, but family transport, cargo, and folding bikes, all equipped for comfort, safety, and reliability. We also sell street clothing and accessories that support a practical biking lifestyle in all seasons.
We are not motivated by the rising costs of motoring, ecological guilt, or a body-sculpting regimen. Bicycling is not a sacrifice or a statement. We ride instead of drive because it is pleasurable and convenient, simply the best way to get around Portland. We do not sell sporting goods or fitness equipment: fitness happens by riding your bike right past the gym in the course of your normal errands.
We opened in June 2007, after our two families became partners to help make Portland an even better place to live and work, slow down in, ride every day. In a town with 70 other bike shops, we expanded our family-friendly shop three times through the recession to 7000 square feet, and in 2012 were named Best Urban Bike Shop in the United States by Bicycle Retailer and Industry News.