One of the company's three Bay Area locations, the shop is stocked with a mix of commuter, cargo, folding, hybrid, single speed, road, mountain, and cyclocross bikes.
Rents bikes for waterfront rides at Jack London Square.
The nonprofit, collectively-run bike shop is part of the Cycles of Change agency. The store staffs interns and volunteers from local high schools to develop skills in bike mechanics.
Carries high-quality bikes, plus apparel and accessories.
In addition to doing repairs, the bike shop sells a large selection of bicycles at a wide range of prices, along with parts, accessories, tools, books, and more.
This used bike shop is so crammed to the gills with random bicycles and parts that it looks like the victim of a simultaneous tremor and tornado disaster. It's a good thing that the owner displays some of his bikes on a rack out front, because it might actually be impossible to walk inside.
Sells new and rebuilt bikes, accessories, apparel, and other items, and does repairs and custom orders.
The road and mountain bike shop sells parts and accessories, organizes group rides, and offers a free weekly maintenance class.
A cooperatively run business and a hub of the local biker community, the shop sponsors local cycling teams, offers free in-store classes, and provides support to local participants in national Bike to Work Day.
Serious bicyclists come for the high-quality selection of road bikes and accessories, while less-savvy cyclists come for the friendly staff and quick bike repair services.
Intended as a community resource and space, the shop and lounge sells new and used bikes and offers community bike valet for nearby businesses, safety classes, mobile repairs, and more.
Formerly known as the Bent Spoke, this full-service bike shop offers a selection of new bikes from Bianchi and other brands, plus assorted used bikes and bike parts.
This bike shop carries a variety of styles, plus accessories and gear.