WashCo Bikes Contact Us

Dates to Remember







June 8th

Women's Repair Clinic


Community Bike Center

137 NE 3rd Ave. Hillsboro


June 11

Beaverton Volunteer Fair


Beaverton Library



June 12th

General Bike Repair Clinic

Sunday 10:30-noon

Bike shop


June 18th

CIT Clinic

Registration closes 

June 11th

         Willow Creek Park and Ride,

         241 Edgeway Drive, Hillsboro, OR.

          9am start, 1pm end.



June 18th

M&M Marketplace


Rid to the food carts/coffee


June 25th



Century High School 

North Parking Lot


June 27th

Forest Grove Bike Camp

UCCFG Church

9-3pm Daily




July 4th Parade

Staging at 8:30am

We lead parade at

9:30am from 

Bagley Park-Hillsboro

Must pre-register



July 6th

Women Only Bike Clinic


Bike Shop


July 9

CIT Clinic

Registration closes 

July 3rd

         Willow Creek Park and Ride,

         241 Edgeway Drive, Hillsboro, OR.

          9am start, 1pm end.


July 10th

General Bike Clinic


Bike Shop


July 11- 15

North Plains Bike Camp

9-3 daily

Jessie Mays Community Park


July 13-14

I'm Hooked

Hornings' Hideaway



July 16th

Bike Rodeo


Washington County Library

Corneilus Branch


July 16th

M&M Marketplace


Ride to Jackson Bottom


 July 18- 22

Hillsboro Bike Camp

Griffin Oaks Park

9-3 Daily


July 25-29

Tigard Bike Camp

Fanno Creek House

9-3 Daily


Aug 1-5

Hillsboro Bike Camp

Griffin Oaks Park

9-3 Daily


Aug 6

CIT Clinic

Registration closes 

Aug 1st

         Willow Creek Park and Ride,

         241 Edgeway Drive, Hillsboro, OR.

          9am start, 1pm end.

Washington County

Community Bicycle Center


137 NE 3rd Ave.

Hillsboro, OR 97124



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CIT (Confidence in Traffic)


Are gas prices getting you down?  One good way to save money on gas, reduce your carbon footprint, and increase your own health and well being is to ride a bike- for fun, to the store, to work, or wherever.

WashCo Bikes is your local source of affordable bikes, parts, and service at our Community Bike Center at 137 NE 3rd in Hillsboro.

If you are nervous about riding on the streets, WashCo Bikes also offers our Confidence in Traffic clinics to teach you the Five Levels of Crash Prevention.  You can eliminate 90% of crashes with the first three levels!  We can also teach you basic bike maintenance, give riding tips, etc.  Class sizes are limited, so don’t wait to register.  For more information, see our website- www.washcobikes.org/programs/education, or email classes@washcobikes.org


League Cycling Instructor Training


If you think teaching youth and adults the concepts and skills of riding more safely in traffic, then we urge you to become a trained and certified League Cycling Instructor (LCI). 

This year, WashCo Bikes and the League of American Bicyclists is offering a certification seminar in the Portland area (Lake Oswego) on August 19-21st

  • This seminar is a 2 ½ day intensive seminar that teaches you how to teach to others the concepts and skills the League has developed. 
  • To qualify, you must pass the Confidence in Traffic clinic.
  • You must also become a member of the League. 

For more information about the seminar itself click,  LCI Certification 

  • To register for the 2022 LCI Seminar in Lake Oswego
    • Registration price: $500 
    • Late registration: $575.00 beginning July 16, 2022
    • Registration closes: July 22, 2022

Note:  WashCo Bikes may have a very limited number of scholarships available, especially for underserved or minority candidates. Please email classes@washcobikes.org for more information. 


WashCo Bikes Responds to COVID-19 Concerns

As a local community organization, we care about our community members and recent concerns about the spread of COVID-19. Please note the following:
  • The Bike Shop remains open.
  • Masks are optional inside the Bike Shop and outside when less six feet of distance cannot be maintained.
  • While we are no longer limiting 2 customers in our shop at a time, please note our space is limited.
  • We encourage community members to get out and ride a bike as an enjoyable and healthy activity that is compatible with social distancing. 
  • Upcoming activities will be adjusted according to the best information that we have and the policies of our partner organizations.
We will continue to review and update our status as the situation evolves.  If you have any questions, please contact us.