Breadwinner Cycles started up in 2013 in Portland, Oregon. One of the founders was Tony Pereira, a man famed for his fine craftsmanship and eye for beautiful handmade bicycles.
Pereira heads up the production side, even creating the specialty tooling, and he’s the man who welds every frame and fork that leaves Breadwinner Cycles. He’s assisted by racer Alex Roman, who folded his own company Sugar Wheel Works into Breadwinner in 2019 and now handles the product and customer side.
The Breadwinner range includes bikes designed for dirt, mountain and road use. There are multiple models to choose from, but each one is handmade and tailored to the customer’s physique and riding style.
Since their founding five years ago, Portland’s Breadwinner Cycles have established a reputation for reliability and integrity. There isn’t a bike in their range that isn’t the result of years of both frame building and riding experience. Bikes of such a high caliber require extensive prototyping and occasionally a certain configuration won’t make it out…
The Grinduro phenomenon hit Quincy, California this weekend, and the purple event also witnessed, along with a whole lot of graveled fun, the release of a brand new model from Breadwinner Cycles — the Limited Edition G-Road.