Carbon fiber bike builder Bob Parlee coming to Portland

Custom bike maker Bob Parlee will be the featured guest at a special event on Friday at Portland Bicycle Studio (1420 NW 17th Suite 388). Parlee is well-known for his knowledge and innovations in making bikes out of carbon fiber. See the details below…

Parlee Cycles IN-STUDIO at Portland Bicycle Studio 5pm April 29th 2011

Friday April 29th 2011 – Portland Bicycle Studio is thrilled to announce our partnership with Parlee Cycles. You are invited to our In-Studio event Friday, April 29th, featuring their founder, Bob Parlee.

Join us as we welcome Parlee Cycles founder and owner Bob Parlee to Portland Bicycle Studio with an intimate evening of bikes and friends. Bob will give a talk on carbon fiber and bicycle construction, then we will make time for a brief question and answer period.

There will be libations and treats. We are also offering one-time, special introductory Parlee pricing at the event. If you have been curious about Parlee Cycles this is an excellent opportunity to learn more.


As a frame building pioneer and industry visionary, Parlee was one of the first to build hand made, custom carbon fiber bicycles, the first sub-900 gram frame, the first customizable carbon fiber molds and now countless award and race winning bicycles. Parlee strives to make absolutely the best bicycles in the world, no expense spared.


Portland Bicycle Studio offers premium custom bicycles in a unique one-on-one customer service experience. By focusing solely on your needs we are able to deliver a level of service and attention to detail unparalleled in any other retail setting. Your satisfaction being the ultimate goal, we offer a well researched, select range of products that offer the highest level of customization and performance.

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

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