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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 ventureportland.org