Take a Ride on the Sunnyside
Bend’s Bike Shop Since 1972
Bend, Oregon lies on the clear, dry, Eastern side of the Cascade mountains. To live here, on the sunny side, was a deliberate choice for us, one that we’ve carried in our name for over 40 years. To live on the sunny side is to find joy—In cycling, in skiing, in moving through the outdoors under your own power. And in service of that joy and the technologies support it, we invite you join us here, and to Live Sunny.
Sunnyside will close early
at 4:00 pm on this Saturday, July 23rd,
so that we can attend a staff-member’s wedding.
Appologies to anyone we miss and congratulations, Marty!
Our rental philosophy is simple: We are here to show you a good time, on good equipment. Sunnyside rental equipment is thoughtfully selected and well-maintained. We offer a clear and accurate reservation system so that you can get exactly what you want, and we are generous with our time and advice in the shop so that you can get the most out of your day.
The service department is the heart and soul of any bike shop, and the depth of ours is unrivaled. Over 30% of Sunnyside mechanics have been with us 10 years or more. We are a Shimano Service Center, and have a depth of knowledge in mountain bike suspension systems as well as the latest electronic road shifting systems.
We offer bike fits for new and used bikes, with prices ranging from a $50 comfort fit to a $200 fit with our house physical therapist, Andy Fecteau. Your bike should be a joy to ride. Learn more here.
The new Sunnyside jersey is in and word is it's awesome. Come on in and check it out, we have both women's and men's. $85
We want you to get outside and play (and to get home in time for dinner), so maps are a big deal here at Sunnyside. We provide you here with a number of maps for road biking, mountain biking, and skiing that you can download with just a click.
Ok, this blog is more on the bike nerd side of things. It’s about the best way to lubricate a chain, which also happens to be the easiest. It’s called waxing, but it’s not from a bottle. I use hot melted left-over candle wax. A little history: Hot waxing chains is not new. I’m not... Read More »