Get Rolling During National Bike Month at These Portland Businesses

Portlanders love their bikes. In fact, Portland has the highest percentage of bicycle commuters for a large American City. May is National Bike Month and it is the perfect time to pull that old Schwinn out of the garage and go for a spin around the neighborhood. Plus, with PBOT’s new ‘Slow Streets, Safe Streets’ initiative, bicycling in Portland is more enjoyable than ever with 100 miles of auto-restricted streets for easier social distancing. If you’ve got a bike in need of a tune up or are looking to upgrade to a new set of wheels, celebrate National Bike Month at these Portland bike shops.

Alberta: Community Cycling Center is open by appointment for repairs and bike sales. Purchase parts and accessories at their online store.

Central Eastside: River City Bicycles is open via phone, email, online shopping and curbside pick-up.

Foster Area: Bike Frequency is open Tuesday-Saturday for service, parts and accessories.

Gateway Area: The Outer Rim is open Tuesday-Sunday for bike drop off and servicing, call in purchasing and pick-up.

Kenton: Kenton Cycle Repair is open Tuesday-Sunday for bicycle service, new bikes and accessories.

Hawthorne: Clever Cycles is available via chat, email, text, and phone. Curbside pickup, web sales, and free local delivery available.

Mississippi Ave: North Portland Bike Works is open Monday-Sunday for bicycle service. Calling ahead is encouraged.

Old Town: Cycle Portland is open daily for bicycle service and rentals by appointment.

Sellwood Moreland: Sellwood Cycle Repair is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday for repair service and limited sales. They are closed Thursday to customers except by appointment.

St. Johns: Block Bikes is open by online appointment and is offering free pick-up/delivery of bicycles for service.

Williams District: Metropolis Cycles is open by appointment only and gift cards are available online.

Woodstock: The Missing Link is open Tuesday-Saturday and is limiting one person in the shop at a time.

Bikes and Portland go together like peanut butter and jelly so get rolling today with the help of your neighborhood bike shop! Learn more about your neighborhood business district at