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Bike Shop

Bike repair shop

Bike Maintenance and Repair

The OPP Bike Shop is staffed by our experienced student bike mechanics.  The repair services offered range from simple tube/tire changes, all the way to complete rebuilds if needed.  Bikes can be brought around the side of Beauchamp to our exterior entrance along N Strong St.  Follow this link for our bike shop hours.

See below for a full list of prices and serviced provided.

Biking

Bike Rental

OPP offers free bike rentals for all UP students, faculty and staff.  We offer a wide variety of mountain bikes, street bikes and hybrid bikes.  Whether you need to rent a bike to go trail riding in Forest Park or head to the grocery store, our bikes work perfectly.  Bike rentals are limited to daily usage during the week but are available to rent over the weekend.

Policies and Guidelines

  • $5 late fee per day
  • Renter assumes full financial responsibility for bikes, helmets, locks, keys
  • Lost key = $30 lock replacement charge
  • Theft or loss of any items= full replacement or repair expense
  • Bikes are for short-term use.  Our staff can recommend local bike shops if frequent bike use is needed
  • Bikes must be locked accordingly, as per OPP staff directions

Bike Shop Pricing and Services

Common Price List
Item Part Labor
Helmet Varies -------
Bike Lock $35.00 -------
Light Set $22.00 -------
Single Speed Chain $10.00 $6.00
8 Speed Chain $12.00 $6.00
9 Speed Chain $18.00 $6.00
10 Speed Chain $25.00 $6.00
Full Fenders $25.00 $7.00
Speed Fenders $40.00 -------
Tubes (all sizes) $5.00 $1.00
Tires $9.00 & up $2.00
Bar Tape $5.00 & up $5.00
Grips $5.00 & up $5.00
Brake Pads $5.00 $1.00

 

Repair Price
Tune Up $0.00
Derailluer Tune $5.00
Brake/Shifter Cable $5.00 per unit
Cable + Housing $10.00 per unit
Wheel Truing (per wheel) $10.00
Hub Adjustment (per hub) $5.00
Hub Overhaul (per hub) $10.00
Bottom Bracket (Labor Only) $10.00
Bike Cleaning $25.00
Bike Assembly $25.00

 

Resources

  • Forest Park is across the Willamette River from UP and has dirt trails like the Leif Erickson trail and a few fire roads that are approved for mountain bikes.  Access points to the Leif Erickson trail are located across the St. John's bridge on Germantown road as well as at the west end of NW Thurman St
  • Love mountain biking? Check out the Bureau of Land Management site for some great places to ride