Riley needed a little extra encouragement to learn how to ride her bike. An hour later she was a pro–riding through the grass and doing figure 8′s in the parking lot. Sometimes kids just need a bit of extra attention to learn how to ride.

Theresa uses a method, that with a variety of bike types and kids. Not all kids learn the same way or at the same pace. That is why we developed a class. Click here to read how it is done. You can teach a kid yourself or hire us.

Teach a kid to ride a bike today!

Riley is a pro

Family Bicycles is closing early on Saturday, July 26th at 3PM.

We are attending the funeral of a dear friend.

We will be open our normal hours on Sunday, July 27th from Noon to 4pm.

Happy Indepence Day!

July 3, 2014

Family Bicycles is closed, July 4, 2014 to celebrate our Declaration of Independence. We hope you take the time to chill either by yourself or with family and friends to celebrate. Take a day off–you’ve earned it! We will open for our regular weekend hours on Saturday and Sunday. See you then!

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Kickoff the Best Party of the Year

June 24, 2014

Summer is here–time to start preparing for the best party of the year–The AIDS Bicycle Cruise! This year the fun kicks off Monday, June 30th at 5:30pm at Family Bicycles. We are hosting a party to help you get in the right frame of mind for training. There will be a short ride at 6:30pm. [...]

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Cross Country the Long Way!

June 17, 2014

Bruce called about a week ago to order a Brooks saddle. When he arrived today we got the whole story. He is riding 9,000 miles solo through 48 states this year. He is about 3,000 miles into the trip. He also replaced his tires with some nice new Schwalbe Marathon Plus flatless tires. We had [...]

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