WEST SIDE NEIGHBORHOOD SHOP $DEALS$
3870 W. 11th Ave Eugene, OR 97402 541-343-2250
Off-Season Hours (10/15 – 3/31): M-F 10 am – 6 pm; Sat. 10 am – 5 pm; CLOSED Sundays
In-Season Hours (In Effect): M-F 10 am – 6 pm; Sat & Sun 10 am – 5 pm
We are not so pretty on the outside, but we are beautiful on the inside ! Our 3870 W. 11th Av is hard to find but worth the journey. We are located about half a mile west of Fred Meyers on the south side of the street. The shop is a little spot because it is set back from the street. We are locateed across the street from Taco Time, right between the Transmission shop and the excellent West Eugene Animal Hospital.
We are easy to find, however, by bicycle. Just ride down the Amazon bicycle path, and you will practically run into the side of our building. Here is what it looks like when you are riding home (east) from the West Eugene wetlands.
This store is one of two Paul’s neighborhood stores. That means that we carry the full array of bikes that riders would typically choose for commuting and recreational riding and for all age groups.
Our West 11th store is also the host of our BMX specialty. That means that we have staff with special expertise in BMX at the W. 11th store, and we carry a deeper array of high end BMX components and accessories as well as high end BMX bikes. We carry Mirraco, Redline, Flybikes, Oddysee, and Sunday BMX bikes, frames, components and accessories.
Staff at W. llth
Aaron Shelton, Shop Manager at 3870 W. 11th Av. email Aaron Shelton
Aaron began his career at Paul’s as a high school intern. He has been with the company ever since!.In addition to Aaron being one of our most bicycle expert mechanics, he is an expert welder, an accomplished bowler, and a series champion autocross driver. You can meet Aaron, a mainstay of our company, at the W. 11th Av. store. Aaron rides a Gary Fisher G.E.D., and commutes on a 60′s era Raleigh Sports.
Isaac Johnson, Master Mechanic
Your tireless editor, having failed to obtain any information from the subject of this bio, can only discharge his responsibility to introduce staff members to the public based on his forensic investigation. I have in my hand, for example, a list references, that indicate that Isaac is an experienced professional cook. If you have eaten at Bon Apetit or McFadden’s in Portland or at the Cafe Glendi in Eugene, Isaac may well have prepared your meal. So why did we hire him? Beats me! Maybe because two of his references are good friends of mine. Or could it be that we wanted better food at the shop picnic? Or was it because he is a bike nut? Because he has a cool mustache? Frankly, no one can remember. Anyway, Isaac has a Santa Cruz Blur, and a Heinz 57 commuter among other bikes. If any of you, gentle readers, discover why we hired him, send the editor an email.