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BicyclingHub.com adds service area to retail store

Posted by on April 24th, 2008 at 9:32 am

BicyclingHub.com is an online bike apparel retailer based in Portland. Back in November, the company opened a retail store at the corner of Taylor and Water Avenues in Southeast Portland.

Now, in addition to selling all sorts of jerseys, shorts and other cycling apparel, they’ve added a service and repair area to the shop. This will be a welcome addition to the many cyclists who pass by BicyclingHub.com on their way to the Eastbank Esplanade.

More details in the press release below:

BicyclingHub.com is proud to announce the addition of a bicycle service area to complement our retail space, which is located on the corner of Taylor and Water Ave in SE Portland.

Bicyclinghub.com has become an established provider of cycle clothing worldwide via the World Wide Web over the last 7 years. In October of 2007 we opened our retail store, offering probably the largest selection of Cycling Apparel for men and women in the Northwest.

We are very happy to welcome native Oregonian, Nathan Roll, and together look forward to providing the same high level of customer service, for all your bicycle maintenance needs, as that which you have enjoyed when purchasing cycling clothing from us.

Nathan is a United Bicycle Institute Trained Mechanic and brings over 5 years of bicycle shop experience, including managing Bay Area Cycles, Oakland CA – also 3 years with Bike and Hike here in Portland.

BicyclingHub’s service area will be able to service all types of bicycles. From difficult 1970’s vintage French friction shifting levers, to the latest SRAM 10 drive trains we will be able to cover almost all of your needs. For questions or directions to the store call 503-234-9898 or email Sales@BicyclingHub.com

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