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Order an Additional Set of Sweet Sugar Wheels

Posted on: May 7th, 2019

Special Offer for Breadwinner Riders

Save 10-15% on your next Sugar Wheel Works wheelset. Sale runs May 7-21, 2019.

 

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Find Your Road B-Road

Posted on: October 10th, 2018

We did something different with this bike. It’s a B-Road through and through but it’s better than any B-Road we’ve ever made.

 

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Find Your Road B-Road

Posted on: September 18th, 2018

We did something different with this bike. It’s a B-Road though and through but it’s better than any B-Road we’ve ever made.

 

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Ink and Iron: Stumptown Printers

Posted on: April 9th, 2018

Stumptown Printers was started by friends who wanted to honor the traditions of the golden age of print.

 

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Breadwinner Cafe: Every Cyclist’s Dream Cafe

Posted on: March 27th, 2018

“This is a place for us to build bikes, and a place for you to gather. We hope that you will start and end your rides here, stop by on your commute, or just swing by to hang out.”

– Tony Pereira

 

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The backdrop of the G-Road

Posted on: March 12th, 2018

Breadwinner co-founder Ira Ryan has been riding his bike on gravel roads all his life.

 

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PDX Trophy Cup

Posted on: October 30th, 2017

Race or Spectate: the Portland Trophy Cup is a Win.  

 

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Limited Edition G-Road

Posted on: October 4th, 2017

Do you need more G in your life? More gnar, more G-forces and more GRAVEL ROADS.

 

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Rapha Prestige Portland

Posted on: September 26th, 2017

The Continental Team turns 10. 

For those of you who don’t know, the Rapha Continental Team was a longstanding recreational cycling team that toured the country in search of epic routes. The team started in 2007. Ira was one of the original 8. Tony joined shortly thereafter.

Fast forward to 2017. Rapha Cycling hasn’t officially ended the team but they aren’t as active as they used to be. The Rapha Prestige Portland, held on September 24, was a challenging team ride set in the center of the Tillamook State Forest in NW Oregon. Approximately 20 teams of 4 rode a pre-determined route that traveled 65 miles of pounding gravel, 10 miles of tarmac and ascended nearly 10,000ft!

The lollypop route was staged at the Flying M Ranch, a beautiful ranch on a creek swallowed by tall conifers. If you are in the area and want a challenging ride, follow this route.

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Relocation Update

Posted on: July 7th, 2017

We moved to a central location and we’re opening a coffee shop.

 

Big changes are happening for Breadwinner Cycles in 2017. We started the year like the years prior making frames out of the owner’s garages. Tony’s workshop and Ira’s workshop are only 12 blocks away from each other in the North Portland neighborhood of Arbor Lodge. Their sole employee worked mostly out of Ira’s and handled everything post-paint, plus marketing. We had a well kitted pre-paint shop and a well kitted post-paint shop. Things were going smoothly but some internal communication was slow and we felt it was time to move everything under one roof to make us more profitable and sustainable when it comes to making bikes efficiently and paying our employees comfortably.

Enter opportunity at 2323 N. Williams Ave.

The building with the rental sign still up and realtors van in the parking lot.

The 3000sq ft building is a bit more than we need for Breadwinner Cycles but it did foster Tony’s dream of building the Breadwinner brand into something more than just bicycles. We solicited some help with the lease agreement and tenant improvements and in April decided to make the jump and sign the lease.

“We want to create a place where cyclists begin and end their rides, commuters stop before and after work, and cycling enthusiasts always feel welcome. We’ll have espresso and brewed coffee from Water Ave, fresh pastries and bagels from local bakeries and delicious food that people want to take on their bike rides. With a window on to the shop floor, every day will offer a new peek at our beautiful bicycles as they are built. ” — Tony Pereira

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