Welcome to Hutch’s Eugene & Springfield,
Rack n’ Roll and Collins Fit Studio
Collins Cycle Shop, Hutch’s Eugene & Springfield and Rack n’ Roll have consolidated to two locations – 960 Charnelton St. in Eugene and 2100 Main St. in Springfield. For previous Collins Cycle Shop customers, all the people, care and service you have grown to expect are the same. Now, we are in a better part of town with parking and we have air conditioning!
We value our customers and daily strive to earn your trust, love and support as we provide exceptional service and experiences to the Eugene and Springfield cycling communities. Please join us in celebrating this new and exciting chapter in our journey!
If you want to ride, we want to help you. We are dedicated to providing accurate information that allows you to make the best decision. We’ve been locally owned in Eugene-Springfield for 80 years and consider ourselves stewards of the community. That means we care about helping people in our community live healthier lives.
Peruse the pages of this website to learn more about our team and the products we offer. Whether you’re looking to buy your first bicycle, getting ready to take your bike on the road or needing it serviced for the umpteenth time, we’re here to help.
We meet at the shops for weekly rides. Call for the up to date schedule. We would love for you to join us!
Here are just some of our team members. Check back as we add the rest. We’re here to serve you. Stop by anytime to talk shop or say, “hi”.
Partner & Certified Body Geometry Fit Expert
Jay feels lucky to love coming to work each day. “In 30 years, I’ve never once woken up and thought, ‘Crap! I have to go to work today.’ How many people can say that?”
Jay has worked for Collins’ parent company for 30 years and has been a partner for 20. Currently, Jay is one of only 150 certified Body Geometry Fit Experts in the world and the only one in our region. That means Jay knows better than most how to fit you to your bicycle.
He rides his road bike regularly, teaches Taekwondo and loves to cook and eat good food.
“Our products are service and accurate information. It just so happens that we sell bicycles and accessories, too.”
Debbie first got to know the founder of Hutch’s over breakfast. That is, he was a regular customer at a local restaurant, and she was a cook.
When he offered her a job in the shop more than 30 years ago, she admittedly had a lot to learn. She picked it up quickly and has enjoyed coming to work every day since.
“We have a wonderful crew and great customers! I couldn’t have asked for a better place to work.”
Jason grew up outside of Nashville but feels right at home in Eugene. “In Nashville, we were the only ones growing food in our front yard. Here, we fit right in!”
An avid hiker and backpacker, Jason got into mountain biking because it offered a similar appeal, “yet much faster.” He got into road biking as a means to commute, but then learned he liked to travel long distances.
Jason’s been fixing bicycles professionally for 17 years – everything from rusty winter commuters to high-end race bikes. For a while, he traveled with USA Triathlon Team and Raceday Transport as a mechanic for world triathlon events.
As the newest member of the Collins team, Andy works part time while attending school. Previously from Seattle, Andy enjoys the positive atmosphere of the bike shop and the Eugene cycling community.
“Oregon is an amazing outdoor playground with endless miles of mountain bike trails and great skiing.”
When Andy is not going to school, working, riding or skiing, you might find him enjoying a good oatmeal chocolate chip cookie.
Chance found his inspiration for cycling in a video game. Then, he discovered a local skate park. Now, he’s an avid BMX freestyle specialist and mountain biker.
Having worked at the shop for five years, Chance feels he has grown not only as a mechanic, but as a human being. “The awesome people who work and shop here inspire me to be a better person and to find ways to better serve my community.”
With certifications from Specialized Bicycles and Shimano Components, Chance wants you to know, your bike will be in good hands with him.
When Dave was a boy, he asked for a Schwinn Stingray for Christmas. What he got instead was an old Schwinn and a set of tools. He built that bike into the one he wanted and before too long, he was repairing bikes for everyone in the neighborhood. The rest is history.
After working on airplanes in the U.S. Marine Corps and a brief stint as an auto mechanic, Dave went back to his first love. He graduated from United Bicycle Institute’s advanced mechanics course in the mid-80s and lent his skills to many bike shops over the years.
He’s been with Oregon Bicycle Sports for more than a decade and says, “I really love it here!” He no longer pines for a Stingray, but does collect Schwinn Fat Tire bikes and other antique beach cruisers.
Brian began his career with cars – racing and repairs. After a 33-year career as co-owner of EuroAsian Automotive, he tried cycling – first mountain biking and then road biking. It didn’t take long before he was hooked. To fill his time and since he’s always been mechanically inclined, he asked if Collins could use a part-time mechanic. Now, he works during the busy season and spends winters enjoying his other passions.
Brian enjoys living in Pleasant Hill with his wife, as well as two dogs and a cat who are “nice enough to share their three acres with us.” Brian also spends as much time as possible in his wood shop, making fine furniture.