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Handmade Merchandise.

Located in the historic Haseltine Building in downtown Portland, Pedal Bike Tours prides itself on offering a wide selection of practical, stylish and interesting bike crafts. Our shop is open year round with gifts and crafts for all seasons.

To support Portland’s economy and green living, we emphasize goods made locally from recycled materials.

  • Pedal Portland: 25 Easy Rides for Exploring the City by Bike.
  • Copy of Pedal Portland cover
  • This appealing family- and novice-friendly guidebook is a good choice for locals looking for easy rides and a wish to explore Portland-area neighborhoods; perfect for visitors who wish to explore by bicycle.
    —Susan Belsky, Oshkosh P.L., WI
  • $16.95
  • Pedal Bike Tours t-shirts
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  • We created these American Apparel made bikey t-shirts for ourselves, and they’ve struck a note with a lot of cyclists. The back side has printed “Portland – America’s Bicycling Capital” and “” The right sleeve has the Pedal Bike Tours logo.
  • Men’s sizes SM to XXL
  • Ladies sizes SM to XL
  • Youth sizes 2 to 12
  • In grass green and pink
  • Pedal Bike Tours Onesies
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  • Pedal Bike Tours feels that no child should be left behind, so we’ve created some Pedal onesies for the tiny people out there.
  • Pedal Bike Tours Hoodies
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  • More of our very own Pedal Bike Tours hoodies. These warm hoodies are great for riding around town and representing your love of the two wheels. American Apparel quality. Available in a kelly green pullover and pink full-zip in all sizes.
  • Men’s sizes SM to XXL
  • Ladies sizes SM to XL
  • Youth sizes 2 to 12
  • In grass green and pink
  • “Bike Portland – Road Bike” T-shirt
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  • Local 922 produces handmade T-shirts printed in Portland, OR. Subjects include promoting general bikey-ness as well as showcasing the city of Portland, the State of Oregon, and everything that’s great about both.
  • Local 922
  • “Bike Oregon” T-shirt.
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  • Another favorite from Local 922.
  • Local 922
  • Double Darn Clothing
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  • This company specializes in stylish hats and other handmade cycling clothes. High quality apparel made right here in Southeast Portland.
  • Double Darn Clothing
  • “Heart Oregon” Jersey
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  • Show everyone how you feel in this comfortable, colorful cycling jersey.
  • Black Star Bags
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  • Created by former bike messenger Dave Stoops, these are hand made in Portland. Quality waterproof cordura is sewn to a separate waterproof liner to assure none of our abundant Portland rain gets to your goods.
  • Black Star Bags
  • Queen Bee
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  • We carry this homegrown Portland success story’s most popular products including panniers, truckette bags, coin purses, hip holsters and wallets. Rebecca Pearcy founded Queen Bee back in 1996 from a corner in her bedroom.
  • Queen Bee Creations
  • Alchemy Goods
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  • “Turning useless into useful” is the motto of this Seattle company and it is very useful indeed! We love their bags made out of “upcycled” bike tubes as well as their wallets and belts.
  • Alchemy Goods
  • PoCampo
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  • Two women cyclists and designers from Chicago grew tired of lugging heavy courier bags and drab carriers around by bike. Their solutiuon? A line of fashionable and feminine bike friendly bags for all occasions.
  • PoCampo
  • Bicycle Themed Jewelry – Velo Gioielli
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  • Cyclist Brian Echerer creates traditional jewelry with a unique twist: all pieces are made from used bicycle chains and bicycle spokes. The stylish Velo Gioielli jewelry is perfect for cycling enthusiasts or anyone that loves fine jewelry.
  • Velo Gioielli
  • Pedal’s Picks
  • Our guides are full of great ideas for where to go and what to do here in Portland. In fact we found ourselves mentioning many of the same activities over and over again. Finally we decided to write them all down, organize them by neighborhood and put them on our very own bike map. Ride where the locals do with a Pedal’s Picks in hand.
  • PDX Playing Cards
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  • This artist contributes to a growing local movement towards beautifully made household objects that are usefull as well as pleasing to the eye. His drawings celebrate history in an old-fashioned way that is influenced by the Renaissance etchings of Albrecht Durer and Andreas Mantegna. Each sketch is drawn on location.
  • By artist Aaron Trotter
  • Ursula Barton
  • Local artist Ursula Barton pens and paints anything from iconic urban landscapes to organic figures. In addition to a beautiful mural painted by her here at Pedal Bike Tours, we offer her  greeting cards and postcards.
  • Ursula Barton
  • Woodblock Chocolate
  • In their own words: “Woodblock Chocolate is a family run, bean to bar chocolate manufactory in Portland, OR. We are chocolate makers and we are proud to be part of the American craft chocolate revolution. Chocolate is only getting better!”
  • Woodblock Chocolate
  • jDuct
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  • Colorful, useful, and fun, jDuct products are the creations of local artist Jen Woffinden. She offers wallets and flasks with all sorts of fun designs from a beer drinking squirrel to the nostalgic Atari joystick – all made from Duct Tape.
  • jDuct
  • Ahearne Flask Holder
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  • If you pick up a jDuct flask, you’ll need a way to carry it. Safely and securely carry your favorite beverage with the Ahearne Spaceman Flask Holder. Mounts as a standard water-bottle cage on your bicycle…for that “other” type of energy drink.
  • Ahearne Flask Holder

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1 (503) 243-2453
133 sw 2nd avenue portland, or, 97204