Even our bikes are looking more patriotic this July! Here at BBW we believe bikes are the best way to celebrate independence. What’s more freeing than riding around on two wheels?
Have a great July 4th! Hope you get some time on your bike. The shop will be closed on Saturday for the holiday, but we will be in Friday 11am to 7pm and Sunday 11am to 5pm.
Our newest batch of Baltimore Bicycle Works water bottles are on the shelves. This time we have two designs to choose from, a clear frosted bottle and a slick looking black bottle. At only $5.99 each, why not get them both?!
Tour dem Parks, Hon! is one of Baltimore’s best recreational bike rides! Join in the fun on Sunday, June 14th, 2015. Online registration closes June 11.
New this year! The Tour starts and ends in beautiful historic Druid Hill Park, with a post-ride jazz barbecue on the grounds of the Rawlings Conservatory & Botanical Gardens!! Riders choose from 3 routes - 14 miles on the newest section of the Jones Falls Trail, 25 miles, or 35 miles. The ride route is fully supported with rest stops, snacks, and roving mechanics.
Proceeds from Tour dem Parks supports Baltimore’s parks, as well as environmental, “friends of parks”, and cycling groups. Over the past fourteen years, TDPH has donated nearly a quarter of a million dollars of unrestricted funds to organizations for whom even modest sums make a huge impact. Ride Tour dem Parks, Hon!
Visit the website to register or for more information: http://tourdemparks.org/
Our doors are open and we are ready to help! Sorry for having to be closed the past couple of days of the inconvenience that may have caused. We are open today for our normal hours so come on by!
photo cred: indy reader
The workers here at Baltimore Bicycle Works will continue our tradition of closing the shop every May first to celebrate May Day. As such we will be closed this Friday, May 1st. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. We will re-open Saturday for our regular hours, 11am to 7pm.
May Day has become somewhat of a forgotten holiday here in the US, but at it’s core it is a celebration and a reminder of the struggle for the 8 hour work day and many of the other significant labor struggles of the past. We hope you enjoy the day.