Our Brands

West End Bikes is proud to offer quality bicycles, tandems, equipment, apparel, and accessories from some of the most respected names in the industry.

Specialized is a leading manufacturer of performance bicycles, and is widely regarded as the bike industry’s leading innovator. Specialized offers Road, Mountain, Cyclocross, Hybrid, and Globe Urban bikes that receive accolades from the press year after year. Their Helmets, Shoes, and Saddles are worn by top athletes in every cycling discipline. Come by for a test ride and you’ll see that Specialized delivers more for your money at every price level.
Wilier Triestina constructs some of the lightest, fastest, most beautiful road racing bicycles in the world. Wilier has operated in the shadow of the Monte Grappa Giro d’Italia climb since 1906. They have a racing heritage that extends from the 1930s to the present, including Allesandro Ballan’s 2008 UCI World Championship. Now a leader in carbon fiber technology, Wilier creates stunning bikes for road racing, time trial, and high-performance riding.
When Specialized puts their resources into urban bikes, you can expect a lot of bike for your buck. Globe offers a wide range of models, from ultra-utility city bikes that can lug serious payloads; to no-nonsense to and fro bikes that emphasize value; to sleek fixed-gears and single-speeds.
When it comes to materials development, benchmark testing, models introduced, and industry-firsts, Santana is the undisputed tandem leader. Since 1976, Santana has been producing a comprehensive range of exceptional tandems made from tandem specific steel, aluminum, titanium, and carbon tubesets. Many models can be also equipped with couplers for hassle-free traveling.
Often referred to as the grand master of carbon, Craig Calfee has been producing hand-made carbon fiber bikes and tandems since 1987. Calfee’s durable frames have performed well in world class competitions like the Hawaii Ironman, the Tour de France and the Olympics. Since then, Calfee has also developed high performance bikes made from Bamboo… That’s right, Bamboo. Far from a gimmick, these bikes are stiff, light, and more comfortable than most other manufacturers’ carbon bikes.
Colnago takes age-old crafts­man­ship into the future by combining innovation, advanced design, and unmatched beauty. Whether it’s for a Colnago-sponsored pro­fes­sional cyclist or one of the mil­lions of demand­ing ama­teur rid­ers around the world, there is a Colnago that offers the per­fect balance of fit and function.
Since 1948, Cinelli has introduced an impressive number of cycling firsts including the modern road handlebar, and the first TIG-welded frame. Today, Cinelli produces some of the most beautiful hand brazed road and single speed bikes available, and West End Bikes is the only Cinelli dealer in the Pacific Northwest.
Assos of Switzerland designs the world’s most advanced technical cycling apparel Constructed with old world craftsmanship in Europe. Assos, long recognized as the apparel heritage brand, invented the first lycra short, and continues to reinvent the standards to which other cycling shorts and apparel are measured. They make men’s and women’s bib shorts, jerseys, jackets, gloves, caps, and accessories designed to function together as a system or stand alone effectively. There is no weather scenario that cannot be tamed by Assos.
For more than 30 years, SIDI has been making some of the highest quality cycling shoes in the world. SIDI revolutionized buckle design and high performance textiles, and still make all their shoes by hand in Europe. Their shoes fit well, attach securely, and last season after season.
Mission Workshop of San Francisco makes highly functional, weatherproof bags that are at home on the back of a courier or under the desk at the office. Their expandable messenger bags and backpacks provide unmatched versatility and durability. Mission also offers a line of urban cycling apparel and shoes to keep you as dry as the laptop on your back.
Mavic’s wheels have won Olympic medals, World Championships, Tours de France, you name it. Their wheels are constructed to meticulous tolerances and have a reputation for being nearly indestructible. What you might not know about Mavic is that they also make some of the best cycling apparel available and you can get it at West End Bikes.
logo Makers & Riders offer extremely functional menswear that works as well on the bike as in the office. Their pants, shorts, and shirts are manufactured by hand in Chicago with absolutely no compromises made for sustainability. Nonetheless strives for zero-waste manufacturing, uses recycled materials where possible, and constructs their garments to last.
logo 2 Parker Dusseau offers a fine range of men’s active wear, equally at home on the bike as at the office. With their tailored looks and quality fabrics, Parker Dusseau includes many cycling friendly features. In their own words, “Outdoor by nature, urban by design”.
Eugene, Oregon-based Rolf Prima pioneered the paired-spoke wheel to build the stiffest low spoke-count wheels available. Rolf offers a wide range of wheels for road, triathlon, mountain bike, cyclocross, track, and tandem.
Gore Bike Wear makes high-tech, ergonomic cycling apparel for all conditions from advanced fabrics that are windproof, waterproof, and breathable. They produce a full range of men’s and women’s outerwear, jerseys, shorts, and some of the best gloves and accessories available.
For decades, Vittoria has been making supple, high thread count tires that roll faster, grip better, and feel more comfortable than the competition. They offer a comprehensive range of road, cyclocross, touring, and commuting tires.
Zipp has been at the cutting edge of aerodynamic wheels and carbon composite technology since its inception in 1988. They’ve pioneered technology after technology to create versatile, lightweight, aerodynamic rims to do battle in the war on wind.
Oakley changed what we understood about protective eyewear when Greg Lemond and Andy Hampsten started wearing Factory Pilots in the early 1980s. Today, most cyclists wouldn’t consider riding without shades, and Oakley is still at the forefront of cycling eyewear.
Garmin redefined the cycling computer with their GPS enabled devices. Garmin’s touch-screen color displays show maps, can be operated with gloves, and can be customized to show you as much or as little data as you need without turning your bike ride into a flight simulator class.
  For four decades, Tom Ritchey has been at the cutting edge of design and engineering, making ultra light cockpit components in an array of sizes to optimize any rider’s position. The pros beat on Ritchey products mercilessly, and then report back to Tom as part of Ritchey’s design philosophy of continuous improvement through extensive real-world testing.
Look created the first successful clipless bicycle pedal in 1984 and one year later, Bernard Hinault won the Tour de France on a pair. Today, Look continues their tradition of performance with a wide range of road, track, and triathlon pedals for every level of rider.
Speedplay’s unique double-sided pedal design attaches the locking mechanism to your shoe, giving the pedal a low stack height, and tremendous cornering clearance. Perhaps the most popular feature of Speedplay pedals is their non-centering free float. The pedal engagement is strong enough for racing, but once engaged the foot can move laterally without working against springs that self-center other pedals.

Our Brands

West End Bikes is proud to offer quality bicycles, tandems, equipment, apparel, and accessories from some of the most respected names in the industry.

Specialized is a leading manufacturer of performance bicycles, and is widely regarded as the bike industry’s leading innovator. Specialized offers Road, Mountain, Cyclocross, Hybrid, and Globe Urban bikes that receive accolades from the press year after year. Their Helmets, Shoes, and Saddles are worn by top athletes in every cycling discipline. Come by for a test ride and you’ll see that Specialized delivers more for your money at every price level.
Wilier Triestina constructs some of the lightest, fastest, most beautiful road racing bicycles in the world. Wilier has operated in the shadow of the Monte Grappa Giro d’Italia climb since 1906. They have a racing heritage that extends from the 1930s to the present, including Allesandro Ballan’s 2008 UCI World Championship. Now a leader in carbon fiber technology, Wilier creates stunning bikes for road racing, time trial, and high-performance riding.
When Specialized puts their resources into urban bikes, you can expect a lot of bike for your buck. Globe offers a wide range of models, from ultra-utility city bikes that can lug serious payloads; to no-nonsense to and fro bikes that emphasize value; to sleek fixed-gears and single-speeds.
When it comes to materials development, benchmark testing, models introduced, and industry-firsts, Santana is the undisputed tandem leader. Since 1976, Santana has been producing a comprehensive range of exceptional tandems made from tandem specific steel, aluminum, titanium, and carbon tubesets. Many models can be also equipped with couplers for hassle-free traveling.
Often referred to as the grand master of carbon, Craig Calfee has been producing hand-made carbon fiber bikes and tandems since 1987. Calfee’s durable frames have performed well in world class competitions like the Hawaii Ironman, the Tour de France and the Olympics. Since then, Calfee has also developed high performance bikes made from Bamboo… That’s right, Bamboo. Far from a gimmick, these bikes are stiff, light, and more comfortable than most other manufacturers’ carbon bikes.
Colnago takes age-old crafts­man­ship into the future by combining innovation, advanced design, and unmatched beauty. Whether it’s for a Colnago-sponsored pro­fes­sional cyclist or one of the mil­lions of demand­ing ama­teur rid­ers around the world, there is a Colnago that offers the per­fect balance of fit and function.
Since 1948, Cinelli has introduced an impressive number of cycling firsts including the modern road handlebar, and the first TIG-welded frame. Today, Cinelli produces some of the most beautiful hand brazed road and single speed bikes available, and West End Bikes is the only Cinelli dealer in the Pacific Northwest.
Assos of Switzerland designs the world’s most advanced technical cycling apparel Constructed with old world craftsmanship in Europe. Assos, long recognized as the apparel heritage brand, invented the first lycra short, and continues to reinvent the standards to which other cycling shorts and apparel are measured. They make men’s and women’s bib shorts, jerseys, jackets, gloves, caps, and accessories designed to function together as a system or stand alone effectively. There is no weather scenario that cannot be tamed by Assos.
For more than 30 years, SIDI has been making some of the highest quality cycling shoes in the world. SIDI revolutionized buckle design and high performance textiles, and still make all their shoes by hand in Europe. Their shoes fit well, attach securely, and last season after season.
Mission Workshop of San Francisco makes highly functional, weatherproof bags that are at home on the back of a courier or under the desk at the office. Their expandable messenger bags and backpacks provide unmatched versatility and durability. Mission also offers a line of urban cycling apparel and shoes to keep you as dry as the laptop on your back.
Mavic’s wheels have won Olympic medals, World Championships, Tours de France, you name it. Their wheels are constructed to meticulous tolerances and have a reputation for being nearly indestructible. What you might not know about Mavic is that they also make some of the best cycling apparel available and you can get it at West End Bikes.
logo Makers & Riders offer extremely functional menswear that works as well on the bike as in the office. Their pants, shorts, and shirts are manufactured by hand in Chicago with absolutely no compromises made for sustainability. Nonetheless strives for zero-waste manufacturing, uses recycled materials where possible, and constructs their garments to last.
logo 2 Parker Dusseau offers a fine range of men’s active wear, equally at home on the bike as at the office. With their tailored looks and quality fabrics, Parker Dusseau includes many cycling friendly features. In their own words, “Outdoor by nature, urban by design”.
Eugene, Oregon-based Rolf Prima pioneered the paired-spoke wheel to build the stiffest low spoke-count wheels available. Rolf offers a wide range of wheels for road, triathlon, mountain bike, cyclocross, track, and tandem.
Gore Bike Wear makes high-tech, ergonomic cycling apparel for all conditions from advanced fabrics that are windproof, waterproof, and breathable. They produce a full range of men’s and women’s outerwear, jerseys, shorts, and some of the best gloves and accessories available.
For decades, Vittoria has been making supple, high thread count tires that roll faster, grip better, and feel more comfortable than the competition. They offer a comprehensive range of road, cyclocross, touring, and commuting tires.
Zipp has been at the cutting edge of aerodynamic wheels and carbon composite technology since its inception in 1988. They’ve pioneered technology after technology to create versatile, lightweight, aerodynamic rims to do battle in the war on wind.
Oakley changed what we understood about protective eyewear when Greg Lemond and Andy Hampsten started wearing Factory Pilots in the early 1980s. Today, most cyclists wouldn’t consider riding without shades, and Oakley is still at the forefront of cycling eyewear.
Garmin redefined the cycling computer with their GPS enabled devices. Garmin’s touch-screen color displays show maps, can be operated with gloves, and can be customized to show you as much or as little data as you need without turning your bike ride into a flight simulator class.
  For four decades, Tom Ritchey has been at the cutting edge of design and engineering, making ultra light cockpit components in an array of sizes to optimize any rider’s position. The pros beat on Ritchey products mercilessly, and then report back to Tom as part of Ritchey’s design philosophy of continuous improvement through extensive real-world testing.
Look created the first successful clipless bicycle pedal in 1984 and one year later, Bernard Hinault won the Tour de France on a pair. Today, Look continues their tradition of performance with a wide range of road, track, and triathlon pedals for every level of rider.
Speedplay’s unique double-sided pedal design attaches the locking mechanism to your shoe, giving the pedal a low stack height, and tremendous cornering clearance. Perhaps the most popular feature of Speedplay pedals is their non-centering free float. The pedal engagement is strong enough for racing, but once engaged the foot can move laterally without working against springs that self-center other pedals.