Retailer Profile

Suburban Bikes

As it became harder and harder for Joe Witherspoon's motorcycle accessories & parts business to compete with the online world, he opened a bike shop within the same physical location 4 years ago. Since the moto business is primarily online, Joe built his brick and mortar bike retail business to be quite unique in the Bay area.
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Brielle Cyclery

The residents of coastal New Jersey will remember October 29, 2012 for quite some time. Hurricane Sandy devastated much of the area (among others), making for a tough start to 2013. But Brielle Cyclery pulled it together and ended up having a solid 2013 selling season.
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Palo Alto Bicycles

Palo Alto Bicycles was established in 1930. In 1973 we moved to our current location in downtown Palo Alto, California. The Palo Alto Bicycles catalog, published from 1975 to 1989 helped to redefine cycling as a popular activity in the US, and the store has received many awards as a top US retailer. Our concept store opened in August, 1998.
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Mike's Bikes

Our mission is simple: Get more people on bikes. Mike's Bikes was founded in 1964 as one of Marin County's very first Schwinn shops. In fact, it is rumored that our original store in San Rafael was home to some of the first mountain bikes in existence. Cycling has changed dramatically as the decades have rolled by, but Mike's Bikes has never wavered from our total dedication to the sport. Now with eleven stores, we're the largest local bike shop on the West Coast. Our focus is on delivering the best product in the industry to our customers. We live to create cyclists.
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B & L Bike Shop

B & L has been in business since 1965, we cater to the commuters and families, selling kids bikes all the way to entry level road, but mostly concentrating on the perfect commute bike for the flat lands of Davis.
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Jax Bicycle Center

In 1971, during the bicycle boom, Jack Salem started a small 1,500 square foot bicycle store in Long Beach, CA. His business expanded over the next 28 years to include four locations and to be known as Jax Bicycle Centers, one of the most respected retail bicycle businesses in America.
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The Path Bike Shop

The Path Bike Shop was started on a shoestring budget in 1998. The original shop was 500 square feet. I was working at night to fund the shop and pay my bills. After a few years, I was able to pay myself and work at the shop full time. The shop has grown every year and continues to add space on as neighboring suites open up in the building. The shop is now approximately 5,500 square feet.
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Wheat Ridge Cyclery

In the summer of 1973, a salesman of industrial bearings named Eugene Kiefel began looking for a job change. While driving his rounds he’d narrowly avoided a couple collisions, and figured he’d better find something safer. He investigated several local opportunities, including go-kart sales and a Dairy Queen franchise, when he saw a classified ad in the Denver Post: Bike Shop For Sale.
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Mcghies

Mcghies has been a staple in the bicycle industry throughout the Las Vegas landscape since 1964. Being part of the Bicycle Retailer's magazine "Top 100 retailers" multiple times Mcghies continues to move forward through advocacy and sponsoring some solid teams in the local Las Vegas area.
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The Bike Rack

The Bike Rack serves the cyclists of Nebraska with two locations in Omaha and Lincoln. Owner Jim Carveth is on the board of directors of the National Bicycle Dealers Association and is active in the bike industry community. Jim is one of the nicest guys you'll meet in the bike industry, and he runs a great operation. He also attended the inaugural IBD Summit in April of 2012. 
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