Updated July 23, 2020
Dear Lumberyard family,
We hope you are staying healthy and safe.
Since March we have all been scrambling to adapt to our new COVID-19 world. While we are still far from normal, we are riding again!
Directives from Governor Kate Brown, first scaled back, then closed down our operations. As we are now at Phase I, here’s what we have going:
SOCIAL DISTANCING practices are in effect to help maintain a 6-foot separation, with face covering used by staff and required for visitors 5 and older (starting 7/24). The face covering mandate has also been expanded to include people who are exercising indoors. Please follow this guidance from OHA.
BIKE SHOP: Now open for concierge service, with limited occupancy. Hours are Tues-Friday 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM and Saturday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. New bikes and service available.
SUMMER CAMPS: Began June 15th and continue throughout the summer with limited capacity and segregated co-horts. Many of the weeks are sold out, so sign up soon here.
SCHMIZZA PUB & GRUB will re-open July 7th for take out and limited seated service.
PRIVATE LESSONS: Can resume now that Multnomah County has entered Phase I reopening.
OPEN RIDING Member ride sessions are starting this week. Limited riding sessions will be available for the public to schedule soon.
BIRTHDAY PARTIES: Should resume when Multnomah County enters Phase II reopening.
ARCADE: Will remain closed for the time being.
AFTER-SCHOOL SHRED ACADEMY for the Fall should resume depending on further state directives.
This is an evolving situation and we are closely following the Center for Diseases Control and the Oregon Health Authority to make sure we are following the latest guidance and safety procedures to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
The coming weeks will likely bring more change. Stay tuned and — most importantly — stay well.
Will Heiberg and Michael Whitesel
The Lumberyard Bike Park
Schmizza Pub & Grub