You’re probably familiar with the fact that in 1920, after a long battle, women finally won the right to vote with the passing of the 19th
The Bicycle Escape’s Cranksgiving was this past weekend and I am pleased to announce that we increased our collection
If you have ever been in the shop then you have probably noticed a few crazy bikes and bars that we stock.
We just got in our anniversary T-shirts!
This weekend a few friends got together and headed for the Allegrippis Trails at Raystown Lake.
We are once again super honored to have been designated as one of the best shops in the country.
Fuse Pro Review by our friend Dave.
This bike is a must have for the Frederick Watershed. It easily replaces your aging 26 or 29er full suspension bike.
April 6, 2014 9:00am-2:00pm We will be set up near the Tea Room off Gambrill Park Road in Pavilion #2. There will be lots of mountain bikes there begging to get dirty.
We had the honor to bring this Harry Havnoonian back to life.
This was a mini restoration we completed on a Western Flyer. We are most proud of the work we did on the non-functioning light.
Thanks to Mic for the great picture!
The Oregon Manifest presents bicycle frame builders with the challenge of designing the best utility bicycle. These designs range from large cargo bikes that carry heavy loads to lighter bikes suited for the challenges of urban commuting.
Two months before we bid this fine shopping center adieu some little punk decides to smash in our window. Thanks to some kind street sweepers the guy was scared off very quickly and left the scene before he/she stole anything (that I can tell anyway)…
On Sunday October 16th at 6:30 you have an opportunity to meet Jacquie Phelan. She will be giving a mountain bike history presentation and sharing insider information
The Frederick Bicycle Coalition is proud to host Frederick’s Second Annual Ride with the Mayor event. Mayor McClement will join us as we ride from the gazebo behind the William Talley Recreation
The Tour de Frederick went off with a bang (and a few rain drops). Pictured is a happy group of riders, and Tom’s crazy save-the-day Down Tube shifter fix. The bike pictured’s shifter mount had debonded from the frame.
New trails are getting built in Emmitsburg, MD and they need your help! Corridor clearing will be taking place August 13th and they are hoping for a good turn out to show their town council there’s excitement for the project.
We just completed this Firestone Pilot restoration. The owner dug it out of her barn and now has a fun way to re-live her childhood. What a fun challenge!
I have the deal of a century for you (pun intended). If you join the Frederick Bicycle Coalition (or are already a member) you can sign up for any day of the Tour de Frederick for ONLY $35. You should join FBC anyway but now you would be doubly silly not too.
This was a fun project, not a full restoration but fun none the less.