There's a specific urban sight that's unique to the City of Roses: a rainy morning, with ice on the streets, and a mom on a bicycle built for two with a baby in the front, a toddler in the back, and another tyke on another bike. Yes, some Portlanders commute EVERYWHERE in any weather, and this list is for them. These restaurants, bars, and bike shops tip their hats to the bikers amongst us...and those of us who are a bit less hardcore, but like being mobile on two wheels nonetheless.
Awesome community-minded spot with a full repair shop, classes, great prices on used parts, knowledgable staff, and programs for low-income riders.
Bike feeling a little funky lately? Get your wheels in good shape with a Seven Corners Basic Tune-up or Complete Overhaul (they'll disassemble bicycle, repair, and rebuild) so your bike will feel like new.
Portland's #1 tourist activity! Try the three-hour, five mile Oregon Brewery Trail tour past ten brewpubs, or the culinary tour, Bites By Bike, which includes visiting a coffee roaster, deli, bakery, pizzeria, farmer’s market, food cart and chocolaterie.
This local brewery’s second two-wheel-friendly outpost on North Williams has plenty of bike parking, 10 different organic Hopworks Urban Brewery beers on draft (plus one on cask), and tons of happy hour meal deals under $4.
Part bike shop, part live music venue, and part cafe/bar, this fun space offers free film screenings, local pour-over coffee, and plenty of micro-brew beer (4 taps and 40 bottles and cans).
Forget your lunch? Let Portland Pedal Power deliver a meal to you, by bike! They partner with tons of local restaurants and carts, like Savor Soup House, Koi Fusion, Big Ass Sandwiches, Bunk, Bowery Bagels, and Nong's Khao Man Gai.