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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Soft Opening Today at The Daily Rider

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The Daily Rider (1108 H Street) is having a soft opening today. Stop by and check out their fine selection of bikes and accessories. Yay retail!

Their hours are:
12-6pm Sunday
12-8pm Monday
Closed Tuesday
Wednesday 12-8pm
Thursday-Saturday 12-10pm

More pics after the jump.

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13 comments:

Dave B said...

Do the only sell bikes from 1920?

LoLo said...

Pretty. I hope they plan to expand their inventory, though. Looks a little like Portlandia's "Two girls; two shirts"

Anonymous said...

What are their store hours? It isnt on their web site.

inked said...

Hours are:
12-6pm Sunday
12-8pm Monday
Closed Tuesday
Wednesday 12-8pm
Thursday-Saturday 12-10pm

MJ said...

Looks a little like Portlandia's "Two girls; two shirts"

When I saw the doohickey with the rooster on it was thinking "we put birds on things!"

Jordan said...

+1 for the Portlandia comments. Hahaha. Hilarious.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msEfgBfXAW0

Anonymous said...

Do they also do bike tunes/repairs?

inked said...

5:32,
They do indeed.

Lance Armstrong said...

In fairness to them it looks like they still have bikes in crates to be assembeled. On the other hand, displaying bike helmets like objets d'art is a worrisome indicator.

Keren said...

My husband and I popped our heads in last night. The place looks great and the staff was really nice.

The bikes are amazing but way WAY out of our price range. My old yellow Amsterdam style bike was stolen last year and I've been looking for a new one ever sense. They told us they have more inventory coming soon so we're holding out hope that they have a few at the lower end of the price range.

MJ said...

displaying bike helmets like objets d'art is a worrisome indicator.

They look like they're just sitting on a shelf to me.... /shrugs

They helmets are Yakkays, they're Danish helmets that have a fabric hat that goes over the outside of em. They're pretty cool looking and much more fashionable than your typical bike helmet, they're considered not quite as safe (the helmet itself is solid but the fabric covering could potentially catch on the pavement) but that really isn't an issue for the "daily rider" types. I had considered buying one a while back but didn't want to get one without trying it on first and the only place selling them were web-based shops.

Maiya said...

Fun! Being a Portland native this shop makes me feel right at home. :)

Tom said...

About how much are these guys talking? I'm sure it's awide range, but I'm curious to know the entry price point!