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

  • Dakine Bike Bag
    $200.00
    $400.00

    Dakine‚Äôs core business is bags and backpacks for the adventure sports crowd, so to find its unambiguously named Bike Bag in the range is no surprise. The Bike Bag is… [more]

  • 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 Defy Advanced 1 - 2015
    $2,600.00

    Hammer out more miles. Descend with more confidence. Take the long way home. From gran fondos to epic solo adventures, Defy Advanced is the choice for comfort and… [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.

Make It Reign!!

The new Reign 27.5 1 just made its way into the shop bring a pair of sunglasses and come check it out. Also, the Reign 27.5 2 is now in our demo fleet

Today's Tip

Bikes On Top! - Roof-mounted bike racks are great devices. But, they have an Achilles' heel: It's too easy to forget that the bikes are up there as you drive into your carport or garage. Crunch! When this happens, even if your bike escapes major damage, it's likely that the roof rack and car top will be bent or worse. So, it's definitely worth it to avoid the hassle of driving into things with the bikes on top. One trick that might help is placing the garage remote control in a cycling glove. This way, when you see the glove, it should remind you of your precious cargo. This trick won't work if there's no remote control. Instead, you might place a sign on your dashboard or try hanging a flag on your carport with a picture of a bike on it. Or, mount a mirror on your garage wall that lets you see the loaded roof rack as you pull up. One of these suggestions just might save you major grief.