(Photo by David McNew/Newsmakers)

(Photo by David McNew/Newsmakers)

Spring is right around the corner and so is the thaw of snow and renewed freshness of the bike paths that twist and turn through the outskirts of Cleveland. Be prepared for this biking season with the latest in biking equipment. Finding a bike shop in Cleveland is only a spin away. From road bikes and racing bikes to pedal shoes and advanced helmets, Cleveland bike shops have what you need for a fun day in the sun.

Fridrich Bicycle, Inc. 
3800 Lorain Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 651-3800
www.fridrichs.com

Fridrich Bicycle, Inc. is one of the largest and oldest bike shops not only in Cleveland, but in the US. Over 130 years old, this family-owned business is as strong today as it was the first day it opened its doors. Located in a 10,000-square-foot old coal and feed store, it houses a large variety of biking accessories and specialty items, such as Radio Flyers products. Fredrick’s also rents bikes on a daily basis and sledding supplies during the winter months. Entrust the knowledgeable staff to do repairs or ensure the perfect purchase for the purpose.

Eddy’s Bike Shop 
25140 Lorain Road
North Olmsted, OH 44070
(440) 779-1096
www.eddys.com

Eddy’s Bike Shop is more than a biking experience; it is also a biking challenge. It offers a top-quality selection of performance, specialty and comfort bikes. Not only is its focus on fitting a customer for the perfect bike for the outdoors, but also for indoor training. Find a group of bikers to challenge and clubs to join for this all-around biking club experience. Eddy’s Bike Shop offers in-house financing for those who qualify.

Bike Authority
7979 Broadview Road
Broadview, OH 44147
(440) 546-9966
www.bikeauthority.com

Bike Authority has had 130 years to reach its goal of perfection. The mission of the shop states, “it is to be the place where everyday and professional riders can get equipment, the service, the information and the inspiration to bike wherever and however they choose to do so.” Focusing on achieving excellence, the staff of Bike Authority provides everything from top-rated biking equipment, clothing, accessories and coaching. Strive for the best with a little push from Bike Authority.

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Spin Bike Shop
14515 Madison Ave.
Lakewood, OH 44107
(216) 521-7746
www.spinbikeshop.com

Spin Bike Shop is owned and operated by a group of individuals who live and breathe the love of biking. Not only does Spin Bike Shop make sure that its customers have the bike they desire, but that they are also fully equipped to handle the bike. From the basics of riding to the maintenance of the tires, spokes, gears and so forth, Spin offers basic classes to all customers. It offers to best in biking equipment, apparel and even nutritional supplements to set the bike ride off right. Looking for a balanced biking experience? Start the journey with Spin Bike Shop.

B&K Bicycle Co. 
4298 Mayfield Road
South Euclid, OH 44121
(216) 382-9966
www.bandkbike.com

No matter if a biker is looking for casual bikes or competitive bikes, B&K Bicycle Co. has what is desired. From kids to adults, there is something for everyone. Biking is a sport and should be treated as a huge decision. Knowing what kind of bike rider you are takes some talent. The professionals at B&K Bicycle Co. offer specialized queries to find the type of sport best for each person. Whether a long-distance rider or an around-the-city rider, B&K will make sure customers leave with what makes their sport complete. Having problems with a bike? B&K Bicycle Co. has a top-notch maintenance department. Join biking clubs or communities and become part of a traveling biking world.

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Danielle Coots has been writing since 1996. She has published short stories and articles in many publications. Danielle loves being active in the community and providing quality information regarding current and upcoming events in the Cleveland area. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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