Bike Business Briefs: SoupCycle, B-Line, WTF Bikes, BicyclingHub.com

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BicyclingHub.com’s new store
on SE Stark opens November 1.
(Photo: BicyclingHub.com)

Local bike businesses are moving, expanding, and celebrating. Check the updates below…

BicyclingHub.com Relocates and Expands
Online cycling apparel retailer BicyclingHub.com has announced that they’ll move into a new, larger location at 642 SE Stark Street on November 1st. Currently located at 211 SE Madison Ave, owner Doug Duguay says the new 4,000 square foot space will “help us live up to our full potential.”

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Business News Briefs: Three relocations show expansion trend

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Open House at Portland Bicycle Studio-16

Russell Cree of Upper Echelon Fitness
has moved into a 5,000 sq ft
facility in Northwest Portland.
(Photos J. Maus)

It’s great to see bike businesses continue to flourish in Portland, even amidst the ongoing doom and gloom about the economy. Below are updates on three Portland-based bike businesses that have recently relocated into larger spaces…

Portland Design Works

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Bike Business Briefs

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Portland’s crop of bike businesses continues to flourish. Below are a few business updates that have come across my desk in recent weeks.

Pedal Bike Tours (133 SW 3rd Ave)

Pedal Bike Tours continues to grow as they approach two successful years in business. Owner Todd Roll used to share a space in his brother Nathan’s bike shop (Metropolis Cycle Repair) on N. Williams, but Todd recently completed a big move to 133 SW 2nd Avenue. The new location is just blocks away from Waterfront Park in the heart of downtown. Roll has been so busy he just had to buy 10 more bikes for his fleet, which brings his total up to 55.

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