Supplying our local commuters, athletes, and recreational riders with all their cycling needs.
24 hour repair turn around.
Open 7 days a week.
Excellent Kids Buy up Program.

About, Hours, Contact, Staff

The Broken Spoke is a full service -rental, retail and repair- bike shop in the heart of downtown Port Townsend, on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington, USA.

We opened in late December of 2009.  The Broken Spoke was created to make Port Townsend the kind of bicycling community in which we all dream, for our locals and visitors.  We want to promote cycling at all levels and make cycling something that brings us all together.

We are looking forward to helping you with all your cycling needs!  Pedal in and let us know how we can be of service.

The Broken Spoke                                                                      Tel: (360) 379-1295
630 Water Street                                                                      thebrokenspokept@gmail.com
Port Townsend, Washington 98368                                           

Summer Hours (May 1st - September 30th)
  • Monday - Saturday: 9:00am- 6:00pm
  • Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00 pm
Winter Hours (October 1st - April 30th)
  • Monday - Saturday: 10:00am- 6:00pm
  • Sunday: 11:00am- 4:00pm
Holiday Hours:
  • New Years Day: Closed
  • Easter Sunday: Closed
  • Sunday before Thanksgiving thru Thanksgiving: Closed
  • December 24 - 31. Holiday break and year end inventory.
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At The Broken Spoke we pride ourselves with having quality and reliable service. Our staff members include Pete, Dan, Meghan, Anne, Jesse, and Nicole.


Pete: Manager, Mechanic, Sales Associate.
Pete has been biking since he could walk. He is an active mountain, road, cyclo-cross, downhill, street and touring cyclist. Pete is a member of our local groups: Port Townsend Bicycle Association, Quimper Trails Association, Jefferson Trails Coalition, the Port Townsend's Non-Motorized Transportation Board and our nationwide groups: International Mountain Bicycle Association. Pete would love to see you out on the bike of your choice! Stop in and tell him what you're passionate about!


Dan: Mechanic.
Dan strolled in one day and demanded a job as a mechanic.  He proved himself worthy, patient, understanding, and full of wit.  Dan bikes to work all four of his work days each week, and loves to bake treats.  Come by to hear any of his great stories, or see him turning a wrench.



Anne: Mechanic and Sales Associate
Anne got her first road bike in college, and rode it foolishly through the snow and ice. After many miles in Olympia and Seattle, Anne has come to love road riding and cyclocross. She likes mountain biking, too. In her spare time, she makes art, reads, and plays basketball. Anne is happy to learn new things from her coworkers each day.



Jesse: Sales associate and Beginner Mechanic.
Jesse started riding bikes seriously in the eighth grade are has continued to ride since then. mountain biking is his favorite type of biking and wants to continue riding for many years to come. Jesse is a senior in high school and will be graduating in June 2018. Jesse loves to learn new things about bikes, ride with friends, and play sports.





Meghan: Mechanic and Sales Associate.
While I do ride the roads and trails a lot, I've always had a heart for riding my bike for transportation - starting when I was a kid riding to school to an adult riding my bike to work.  My passion is to get people back out on their bikes; which ever bikes those might be.  
My bike adventures have taken me from the mountains of Tahoe to the beaches of Maui.  I love to be on two wheels, exploring new ways of getting from point A to point B.  I'm always excited to see what the next big thing will be.  For now, it's enjoying the PNW!


Nicole:    Nicole moved to Port Townsend in April of 2009. She's been an active community member since. She is involved with Jefferson Trails Coalition (Peninsula Trails Coalition- that cool group involved in the Olympic Discovery Trail and the Larry Scott Trail!), and the Rhody Run board.. She was involved with Port Townsend Bicycle Association, as it is dormant now.  She's been leading women's rides since the spring of 2011 and hopes they continue indefinitely. She is a League of American Bicyclist certified Instructor (LCI) and has volunteered with the Jefferson County Parks and Rec Department, YMCA and Blue Heron Middle School to teach "bicycle safety and adventures!" She loves biking and would love to share it with you...