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Serving the Gorge since 1991          210 State Street - Hood River, OR 97031          Phone: 541-386-4820          Store Hours: Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 10-5
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Feature Items

  • Endura Stealth Jacket
    $299.00

    Externally seam sealed waterproof & breathable softshell jacket with superb fit Externally seam-sealed waterproof breathable soft-shell fabric with stretch Entrant… [more]

  • Giant Anyroad CoMax - 2015
    $1,875.00

    Follow the road to adventure with this extremely versatile and rider-friendly drop-bar bike. A great way to improve fitness, the all-new AnyRoad CoMax is designed with a… [more]

  • Giant Lust 3 - 2015
    $2,125.00

    With the perfect combination of a fast and stable 27.5-inch wheel platform and Liv’s 3F design philosophy, Lust is the ultimate XC all-rounder. The frame, a lightweight,… [more]

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Your Giant Headquarters!

Whether you're exploring your neighborhood, your continent or your personal limits, Giant has the perfect bicycle for you! Come on in today and let us show you what we're so excited about.

Ibis HD3!!

The new Ibis HD3 has finally made its way through our doors. This bike is state of the art in both panache and ability.Come by the shop anytime and check it out.

Today's Tip

Finesse Front Shifts - One of the hardest-working parts on your bike is also one of the smallest. It's the front derailleur, that little widget that sits just above the crankset. This important device moves the chain onto the different chainrings when you shift. Because the rings vary so greatly in size and because the derailleur is moving adjacent to the chain, the front derailleur gets a major workout on every ride. And, if you just slam your bike into gear, you're asking for trouble. It's much better to finesse front shifts by easing off on pedal pressure and letting the rings gradually engage the shifting chain. If you can do this, shifts will be smoother, your chain, derailleur and rings will last longer, and you'll avoid problems with the chain falling off the chainrings.