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Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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Bike Resources on a Budget

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Bikes
Bike Repair
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Helmets

Local places where you can find multi-sport helmets at a lower cost. 

  • Bikes for Humanity PDX
    3354 SE Powell Blvd. Portland, OR 97202
    503-496-6941
    b4hpdx@gmail.com

  • Portland Safe Routes to School Helmet Coupon
    SRTS is partnering with Doernbecher Children's Hospital Safety Center to provide a FREE helmet coupon for your student. Coupons must be redeemed at Doernbecher's location on Markham Hill in SW Portland (see address above). Email us at saferoutes@portlandoregon.gov to request a coupon. 

BikesRiding to School during May.

  • Bike Farm
    1810 NE 1st Ave. Portland, OR 97212
    971-533-7428

    Bike Farm mechanics build up good quality, affordable bicycles from the used parts in the shop. All as-is completed bicycles come with a free one-month membership to the shop, so you can begin maintaining your steed as soon as you pick it up. They sell used parts, too!
  • Bikes for Humanity PDX
    3354 SE Powell Blvd. Portland, OR 97202
    503-496-6941
    b4hpdx@gmail.com

    Bikes for Humanity PDX sells refurbished bicycles through an "Adopt a Bike" program. They also have financial aid available for bicycles valued below $100. Those interested in receiving financial aid must come into the shop to apply for the program. 

 


 

Bike RepairBike repair at the Fix-It Fair

  • Bike Farm
    1810 NE 1st Ave. Portland, OR 97212
    971-533-7428

    Bike Farm is a do-it-yourself bike shop staffed entirely by volunteers. Members and non-members are welcome to drop by and work on their bikes-- no appointment necessary. For non-members, it costs $5 per hour to use the stands, tools, and guidance from our mechanics. Find out more about memberships on their site.  

    People of all levels of experience are welcome to come to the shop during open hours and work on their own bikes. Bike Farm volunteers hope to meet you at your level and provide whatever support or guidance you may need. 

  • Bikes for Humanity PDX
    3354 SE Powell Blvd. Portland, OR 97202
    503-496-6941
    b4hpdx@gmail.com

    Bikes for Humanity PDX offers a free 9-week class teaching hands-on maintenance techniques. There is no cost for the class, but they do ask for a 10-hour volunteer commitment. Other opportunities and classes to learn free bike repair skills are available on their website.
  • Community Cycling Center
    1700 NE Alberta St. Portland, OR 97211
    503-287-8786

    The Community Cycling Center knows bike maintenance can get expensive. They are proud to offer a 20% shop discount when you show them your Oregon Trail/Washington Quest/equivalent EBT or Medicaid card. The discount is good for new and used parts and accessories, repair services, and all bike and frame sales. 
  • Rosewood Bikes
    16126 SE Stark Portland, OR 97233
    503-568-1938
    info@rosewoodbikes.org

    Rosewood Bikes offers free basic bike repair at The Rosewood Initiative's Community Center in outer SE Portland. Two nights a week community members can bring their bikes by and get them worked on (while learning how to fix them, too), all free of charge (although donations are appreciated!). Current shop hours are posted on their website.

AccessoriesSafety Vest

Fabric Stores

Check your neighborhood fabric/sewing/craft store to see if they sell reflective tape you can stick to your own clothing, bags, bikes or boards. 

Grocery Superstores

Home and Garden grocery stores often have inexpensive safety lights, flashlights, bike lights, reflective vests, and more. Take a look in the hardware or sports sections to see about safety gear. 

  • Andy and Bax Sporting Goods
    324 SE Grand Ave. Portland, OR 97214
    503-234-7538

    A large selection of new and used outdoor clothing and accessories. Features lots of wool, ponchos and other rain gear, hats and gloves at reasonable prices. 

  • Community Cycling Center
    1700 NE Alberta St. Portland, OR 97211
    503-287-8786

    The Community Cycling Center knows bike maintenance can get expensive. They are proud to offer a 20% shop discount when you show them your Oregon Trail/Washington Quest/equivalent EBT or Medicaid card. The discount is good for new and used parts and accessories, repair services, and all bike and frame sales.

  • Next Adventure
    426 SE Grand Ave. Portland, OR 97214
    503-233-0706

    Sporting goods store with affordable safety lights, reflective vests and ponchos for sale. Also has a used clothing and accessory "Trading Post" downstairs with a small selection of youth outdoor gear.