Local Bike Shops

Recommended Palm beach Country Bike Shops

BILL BONE BIKE LAW strongly believes that successful advocacy and education begins at a local level. The firm strives to support local bike shops across the Sunshine State. As the foundation of support in the local community, bike shops provide the means for which all cyclists can travel.

As such, our passion for cycling leaves us dependant on these businesses while we are out on the road and serves as the foundation for our support in the local community. Therefore, BILL BONE BIKE LAW focuses on making sure that local bike shops are given the tools that they need to successfully provide the most important safety functions for all riders in Florida.

Below are some local cycling shops we would like to recommend:

Palm Beach:

Palm Beach Bicycle Trail Shop

1909 S Dixie Hwy
West Palm Beach FL 33401
(561) 249-1333

The Palm Beach Bicycle Trail Shop lies in the heart of the island of Palm Beach. It is situated on Sunrise Avenue just minutes of the Palm Beach Bike Trail. They have a large selection of Trek bikes and an even larger selection of accessories. Visit Palm Beach Bicycle Trail Shop for the most well known cycling brands with a huge variety to choose from.

West Palm Beach:

LC Tri Shop

223 Sunrise Avenue
Palm Beach, FL 33480
(561) 659-4583

Leandro Contreras was born in Santiago, Chile and began racing at the age of 16 winning his first race. From there Coach Leo didn’t look back and developed into one of Chile’s premiere professional cyclist. Along the way he participated in six Vueltas A Chile (Chile’s National Tour) and other numerous and prestigious South American races.

In 2001, Coach Leo moved to Florida and his first experience with local cyclists was during the fast Saturday morning ride out of Lake Worth. During the ride, he broke away at the turn around point and continued way beyond Lake Worth Beach without anybody in site. Apparently, nobody told him that the ride finished at Lake Worth. From that day on Leandro has been a force to be reckoned with at both the local, regional and national level.

Lake Park:

On Your Mark Performance Center

819 N Federal Hwy
Lake Park, FL 33403
(561) 842-2453

On Your Mark Performance Center was conceived of through interest and passion for cycling as a lifestyle, and as an outlet for our competitive spirit. OYMbike.com was born from excitement to cater to the cycling market while cultivating a lifestyle that truly has something for everyone. As they continue to grow, On Your Mark Performance Center looks forward to providing Lake Park with the latest bike gear with the highest quality.

Boca Raton:

TuneCycles

http://www.tunecycles.com/

Deerfield Beach:

All Bicycles

142 North Federal Hwy.
Deerfield Beach. 33441
rich@allbicycles.com

Rich Cohen, the owner of All Bicycles was an ABL and USCF licensed track racer in the 70s with Queens Kissena cycling Club/ Zeus team. Although he eventually moved away from bicycles to obtain his degree in psychology, his love of the sport never wavered. In 1990 he concluded that Cycle-therapy is the most effective therapy available and turned All Bicycles into south Florida’s premier specialty Pro bike shop. Richard’s dream was to emulate his cycling coach, who inspired him back in his days with Zeus. Now Richard gives back to the sport that gave him so much by sponsoring triathletes in Florida.

Jupiter:

Real Deal Bicycles

103 South US Highway 1, suite E2.
Jupiter, FL 33477
561-746-0585

With professional European racing in their pocket, Real Deal Bicycles brings a technical approach to cycling with a casual smile. Real Deal is the spot that all of the locals know, and the snowbirds rely on. Applying precision tuning to any kind of bike from a standard cruiser all the way to a carbon fiber rocket! Real Deal Bicycles gives Florida riders the opportunity to cruise any way they’d like in the hottest gear in town.

Passion, commitment, and a personal connection to bike safety lay the foundation for BILL BONE BIKE LAW. Join us in our pursuit of justice at the intersection of advocacy, education, and the law.

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