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916 NW 21st Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97209

503-222-2851

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. 

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Community Rides

Community RIDES

Our Community Rides page is dedicated to helping you get out more.

With all our rides it is important to understand that knowledge is no substitute for experience. Although, it is wise to take great pains in gathering information. We are not responsible for you.

Please do your homework!


SWIFT COMMUNITY RIDES

Our shop sponsored Swift team is leading a series of flat conversational 26 mile no-drop bike rides. You must wear a helmet and conduct yourself in a safe and respectful manner. No experience required. Fenders strongly encouraged when roadways are wet, for your comfort and others safety. All rides leave the shop at 9am.

April 2nd - May 7th - June 4th - July 2nd - August 6th


UNSANCTIONED PDX GRAVEL

Like spending all day on your bike and suffering a bit to enjoy solitude and some beautiful views? These might be just what you need. People get together on these dates to ride together or download the route and ride it with a buddy.

MARCH 11th - DALLES MOUNTAIN 60 - 58 Miles / +3827' - Classic Velodirt gravel ride to get you out of the fog.  Meet up at Holstein's Coffee in The Dalles at 10am. Bring enough snacks and water to get you to Biggs Junction (mile 36) for a fill up.

MARCH 25th - THE DARK LARCH - 49 Miles / +5824' - OMTM takes you into the Columbia Gorge dark steep recesses.

MAY 13th - FALLS CREEK HINTERLAND - 76 Miles / +8104' - A wonderland introduction to the southern Gifford Pinchot National Forest.

JUNE 10th - THE OREGON STAMPEDE - 124 Miles / +9454' - Kramer's Market, the town of Friend, Sherar's Falls, and White River National Wildlife Area, while looping the Deschutes River bridge to bridge. Why do you need to ask? Leave from the Deschutes River National Recreation Area at 7am. Stay posted for camping info...

JUNE 17th - MOSIER MAYHEM - 47 Miles or 58 Miles / +5000' or +8400' - Starting on pavement, ending on pavement, with alot of gravel climbs in between. One of the best descents of all time dropping into The Dalles on the long loop and swimming at the end.


more to come, stay posted...