New framebuilder in town

Just reading Molly’s latest post and noticed a link to Pereira Cycles. Tony Pereira is a small framebuilder who moved from Salt Lake City into a new shop in Southeast Portland just a few weeks ago.

He joins an impressive list of Portland framebuilders:

The bike industry is alive and well in Portland. Check out my links page for more local bike companies.

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Caroline
16 years ago

There were some good Paquini frame photos up at http://www.veloshop.org/welcome.php (link off upper left of page), but the link is bad now. I can’t dig it up. Molly?

Dabby
Dabby
16 years ago

I beleie sir that you left out the great Matty Schwar in your list of frame builders.
A old school portland bike messenger (for years),
And great frame builder, Matty, has already impressed us with his frames, and I myself am awaiting a single speed conversion on my Fat Chance. He says I am next in line (Fat chance?), But I know it will be worth the wait, as a great man will surely build great bikes……
Jonathan, I have some pic links for you that you might like to check out, I will try to email them to you later tonight.

tonythemonk
16 years ago

What about this guy. A simple search brought up http://www.jonesbikes.com/

29er

Adams Carroll (News Intern)
16 years ago

Caroline,
Yeah, I noticed that link was down…thanks for the checking though.

Dabby,
I never said it was a complete list! Really though, I haven’t heard of Matty Schwar so thanks for the tip.

tonythemonk,
Yeah, definitely know about Jeff Jones. I talk to him every year at the Interbike show. He’s doing very well with his “H-Bar” and his designs are widely respected…but he’s based out of Medford, which is on the other end of the state. Nothing wrong with that, I just like to focus on Portland.

Dabby
Dabby
16 years ago

I believe you may have seen the beautiful gold track bike at the NACCC race course. It was on display. That was made by Matty. And the grand prize was a Schwar track frame and fork, highly coveted.
Yes not a complete list of course, excuse me………
How could I ever assume?
RIDE BIKES THROW BRICKS!!!

timothy
timothy
16 years ago

you forgot tonic fab