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1700 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211
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1700 NE Alberta St Portland, OR 97211
1700 Northeast Alberta StreetUSOregonPortland97211
Bicycle Shop, Non-Profit OrganizationToday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
The Community Cycling Center, founded in 1994, broadens access to bicycling and its benefits.
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Nonprofit hub offering new & used bicycles plus service & education opportunities.- Google
"Used and new bike parts, with a great selection."
"Plus they are speedy and affordable for bike repairs."
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Quinn Richards
a month ago
the ONLY bike shop to go in portland. these guys and gals are spot on awesome and super de duper helpful. great deals, community based mindset and stoked about getting people on their bikes. seriously, this place rocks.
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Oliver Stains
3 months ago
Great folks! They always have reasonable prices and this place is an excellent resource to the cycling community. You can check out tools too!
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Lietke Ron
2 years ago
This organization is not trying to be the jaguar dealer of bikes and service, nor does it sock your wallet like one. Having said that, for the most part their people are courteous and helpful, conscious of the customer's budget, and professional in their knowledge, service and advice. I would recommend them to anyone who needs what they offer and appreciates their not adding on services we can do just to inflate their revenue. I would add that in the big picture, they provide this community service to an incredible number of bikers from casual to serious in a typical week's time. Thanks!
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Nathaniel Snyder
2 years ago
I got a google+ account just to warn people about this place. They charged me $100 to true the wheels and put on new brakes. About a month and a half later i got it back and within a day the brakes were rubbing it was all bad. DONT GO HERE THEY RIP YOU OFF!!! went to another bike shop and the people there said the wheels weren't even trued. awesome.
Casey Brown
4 weeks ago
If you want to spend $850 on a used bike this is the place for you. I prefer a new bike with a manufacturer warranty for that price, but hey I guess I'm just old fashioned. They also sell "as is" used wal mart children's bicycles for $75, this place was built to gouge unsuspecting hipsters.
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Adam Lobaugh
5 months ago
Love these folks. I always get an enthusiastic response to my (sometimes dumb) questions about my ride and have learned a lot from the folks on staff. Cheers.
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wesley hughes
a year ago
I stop by this bike about once every couple of weeks. Staff is helpful without being annoying. Good selection of used and new bikes. I do believe the used bikes are a little overpriced, but again this is Portland. They do lend tools which is a bonus.
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Hannah Vogel
3 years ago
What's the value of going the extra mile? When I take my bike to CCC on Alberta, the customer service has varied from competent and efficient, to condescending. I've never received my bike back from their shop without one new problem popping up, that wasn't there before, for every two that they fix. For instance, if my chain gets replaced, the wheel comes back untrue. It's hard to get same day service; usually they require an evaluation appointment, and a separate appointment to leave your bike to be fixed (most usually over a day or two.) Also, unlike other bike shops, they do not take the time to lube, pump or clean... Any of the extra details that make your bike seemingly ride like new when you get it back. On one hand, they are certainly competent and professional. On the other hand, they don't seem to have the motivation to go that extra step that would ensure me as a loyal customer. If I have an emergency repair in the neighborhood, I'd trust them. But if my bike can ride, I'll take it somewhere else.
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