Thank you to all our sponsors for their support. We’d like to say a big thank you to the following companies:
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Look at the oldest houses around Hood River. Chances are they were built with lumber and other materials from Tum-A-Lum. Since the first day we opened our doors, the products we’ve sold have helped build our communities. We also helped build the community in other ways. Our people have coached little league teams, supported the schools and pitched in to help in hundreds of community events. It’s what neighbors do. We want you to know that no matter what project you want to tackle, big or small, we’re here to help with the materials and good advice you need. Let’s get it done.
AllWeather Wood began operation in 1985 with our first lumber pressure treating facility in Washougal, Washington. In 1991, the company constructed a lumber pressure treating facility near Medford in White City, Oregon. With subsequent acquisitions, we added lumber treating facilities in Ferndale, Washington, Fort Collins, Colorado and Loveland, Colorado. Allweather Wood now ranks as the largest waterborne lumber pressure treater in the Western U.S.
Dirty Fingers, hand-built, heartfelt bikecraftmanship. Custom builds. Skilled mechanics. Real bike riders fixing your bike. Ellsworth, Kona, Cervelo, Transition, Moots. Come in and test ride the best bikes on the planet today!
10 Speed Coffee: Quality and Community drive the principles behind our roasting operation and our cafes. From small batch roasted, fairly traded coffee to our friendly neighborhood locations, 10-Speed is a great place to find local conversations and wonderfully prepared coffee. Hood River, White Salmon and Mosier.
New York City Sub Shop, specializing in making quality sandwiches the New York way – no frills and no hassle, just quality meats and cheeses on freshly made bread. Good food fast. Not fast food! Yummy. Yummy. Yummy. Yummy. Yummy. Come in for a sandwich and a cookie today!
The UPS Store, solving all your shipping and printing needs in the Gorge. Managed by someone who understands your cycling needs: The fabulous Brad Rhylick! Printing, personal mail boxes, copying, shipping… give them a call for more details: (541) 386-7055.
Ibex Outdoor Clothing is durable, evolving, active and modern. Since our founding, we’ve pushed the boundaries of wool construction, built relationships with like-minded craftspeople, sheep farmers and clothing manufacturers, and established a relationship with our customers that goes beyond the standard ‘we make, you buy’ model of indelicate consumption. With every new bit of Ibex Clothing, we tie together more of our history as adventurers, our innovation as clothiers and our progressive push into a better type of clothing. It’s something you can feel in each of our products. It is the art of wool.
Full Sail Brewing is independent, employee owned, and committed to making great craft beers. Ever humble, ever grateful, ever amazed that we got here in one piece. Still a mix of beer geeks and boardheads (not to mention mountain bikers, surfers, Ultimate fanatics and powder hounds). Still independent. Still trying to find that perfect balance between art and commerce, work and play, inspiration and perspiration. Thanks for reading. And next time you’re in Hood River, stop by for a beer.
Double Mountain Brewery Matt Swihart and Charlie Devereux founded Double Mountain in 2007 with a clear mission: make great beer for craft beer fans. Ours is a “brewers’ brewery”, with an uncompromising focus on beer quality. From the beginning, the goal was to make beers that we liked to drink. All of our beers are served up unfiltered and long-aged, to deliver maximum flavor and character. The beers can be very complex and assertive, but with the ultimate goal of proper balance. We aim to satisfy both the hardcore aficionados and the more casual craft beer fan, all in the same glass.
Mt. View Cycles owner Wes Swearingen worked in bike shops in college and after college. The love of the bike stayed with him as Wes and his wife Julie opened their first shop in 1991 in the Columbia Gorge. Located right downtown, Mt. View Cycles is there for you from 9am-6pm every day. Road bikes. Mountain bikes. Demos and rentals.
Green Flash Brewing
$100 or less
Dog River Coffee
Mike’s Ice Cream
Hood River Bagel
Root Down Yoga
Volcanic Bottle Shop
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