Bike Shops & Co-ops

This is not intended to be an all-inclusive list; there are simply too many bike shops, manufacturers, et al, to list them all. Instead, these are the ones that I recommend or that have been recommended to me by people I trust. Let me know if you think there’s some I should add to the list.

Bike Shops
Beverly Hills Bike Shop
Bicycle John’s
Bike Effect
Cynergy Cycles
Downtown LA Bicycles
El Maestro Bicycle Shop
Flying Pigeon LA
Golden Saddle Cyclery
Helen’s Cycle (I.Martin)
H&S Bicycles
Incycle Bicycles
Jax Bicycle Center
Orange 20 Bikes
Penuel Bicycles
Raffi’s Bicycles
Rolling Cowboys
Stan’s Bike Shop
Topanga Creek Bicycles
Velo Pasadena / Velo Studio
 
Bike Co-ops
Bici Libre
Bicycle Kitchen
Bikerowave
The HUB Community Bike Center (Long Beach)
Valley Bikery
The Bicycle Tree (Santa Ana)
 
Bike Centers
Santa Monica Bike Center
Bike Station (Long Beach, Claremont, Santa Barbara)
 
Southern California Bike Gear Manufacturers/Retailers
Acorn Bags
Bicycle Fixation
CETMA Cargo
Linus Bike
Ocean Air Cycles
Pure Fix Cycles
Swrve
Townsend Cycles
 
 
 

4 comments

  1. Kellie Morris says:

    Recommended additions: The Bicycle Stand, Long Beach and Pat’s 605 in Downey

  2. Martha Doran says:

    Abba Padre Bikes on Sepulveda in Culver City. 170+ 5-stars on Yelp.

  3. Business Name: Bicycle Works USA

    Address: 4313 Carson St
    Long Beach, CA 90808

    Phone: 562-982-4313

    Name: Bicyn Workle

    Title: Bicycle Shop & Bicycle Repair in Long Beach, CA

    Long Description: Bicycle Works is a Bike Store in Long Beach, CA with very competitive pricing on New Bikes, Used Bikes, Custom Built Bikes and also provides the best in Bicycle Tune Ups, Bicycle Repair, Flat Tire Fixes and prides itself on having the largest inventory of bicycle tires, tubes, parts and accessories in the Long Beach, Lakewood Greater Area.

  4. Matt Kelley says:

    Donated to Bicycle Tree in Santa Ana this weekend. Wonderful people helping people buy, fix and learn bike mechanics. This is really a non-profit helping the less fortunate get into cycling.
    Support them if you can!

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