We're more than just a bike shop. We're a community of people who enjoy riding bikes, and every day our numbers grow. Our customers tell us we make them feel like family, and the fact is that we feel the same about them. If you refuse to let a few hills (ok, a lot of hills) get in the way of the joy and delight that riding a bike brings, we're here for you. We also love sharing our customers' stories, tips, experiences and challenges, and learning from all of you in the Piccadilly Cycles community.
Looking for some great rides? Our friends at Siskiyou Velo have compiled a list of rides from short & easy to the ultra-challenging "triple peaks challenge." Check them out here, or feel free to stop in at the shop to find out what routes we've been having fun on lately. We've got bike-centric local maps, too.
Oregon's Cascade-Siskiyou Scenic Bikeway is challenging by every definition, with more than 5,000 feet of climbing and steep winding descents--all on roads with little traffic. The bikeway starts in Ashland, with most of the climbing in the first 15 miles. The region is so ecologically significant that 62,000 acres of it is designated as the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. The route ends with an thrilling 13-mile descent back to Ashland. For those who wish to add a little bit of extra to the ride and who love an almost totally car-free road, take a right at mile 30 onto Howard Prairie Dam Road, then left on Keno Access and left on Dead Indian to bring you back to Ashland.
We've got a lot of strong relationships within our community. Here are a few of the businesses, schools, nonprofits and other organizations we are proud to support and partner with.
City of Ashland
Ashland Woodland Trails Association
Rogue Valley Farm to School
Southern Oregon Land Conservancy
Friends of Ashland Public Library
Mt. Ashland Association
Helman Elementary PTA
Ashland Schools Foundation
United Bicycle Institute
Bicycle Transportation Alliance
Life in Ashland
Rogue Valley Mountain Bike Association
Ashland Gallery Association