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916 NW 21st Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97209


21st Avenue Bicycles specializes in road bike sales, service and repairs. Located in NW Portland, Oregon, the shop can help you find the perfect bike for your ride. Bike commuting, road biking, racing or the casual cruise. 


Meet Us

All about who works at 21st Avenue Bicycles. 


jessica talisman

What is the first thing you think about when you wake up?

Get outta bed!


The last thing you think about before going to sleep?

My alarm


What bike do you ride most often?

Basket town bike


What was your first bike as a kid?

Diamond Back BMX (turquoise)


What do you consider your greatest cycling achievement?

Commuting 7 miles to work in ice


Memorable MTB or cycling moment in a movie? 

"Hell Track"


What is your greatest fear while riding?

My front wheel coming off while braking


The best line you’ve ever shouted to a very bad, non bike-friendly driver?

"Don't be a hero, I can't see your hands!"


What is your favorite smell?

Lavender is nice.


Favorite snack(s) on a long ride?

Cherry Lärabar®


Coffee or energy drink?



Gatorade or water?



One food you could not do without – riding or otherwise?



Describe your biggest wipeout ever.

A poorly executed table top In middle school


When and where were you happiest?

3am in Tahoe after running for 23 hours


What website do you visit daily?

5 days a week it's


What is the next piece of bike technology that must be improved?

Bicycle technology is beyond my imagination.


What is the best thing you've found on the ground while riding?



What is the most unsavory thing you've ridden over or through?

Probably poo


If a bike thief were on trial and YOU were the judge, what sentence would you throw down?

Cut off his dominant hand


What is always in your pocket?



What would be your theme song when entering a crowded room?

Gorgoroth's "Carving a Giant"


Your most deplorable trait?

Ask a co-worker.


Your most awesome trait?

Ask a co-worker.


Right or left foot forward?