I don't know when the shop is opening but I might have moved by the time it does. However, I look forward to joining a more cohesive movement upon my relocation in May - London Cycle Chic!(Thank you for including that picture; how terribly exciting!)
chicago has been very friendly to bikes in recent years. not the drivers. the city.do you have the exact address in chicago?
that's awesome!! go chicago :)
Business license says 1375 N. Milwaukee Ave. For those of you who don't know Chicago, Milwaukee is a dream to ride on but horrible for driving. I don't have stats, but based on the neighborhoods that it runs through (and my own experience) it probably sees more bikes than any other street in the city.
Oh dear, I hope they can make a go of it when nobody will be able to afford such expensive bikes.
i know chicago and at that address, deep in the heart of wicker park they should be able to make a go of it...just get on with it, chicago
Those guys from Chicågø don´t even know how to spell Copenhagen. Ok, maybe their intention was to have an exotic umlaut on their poster. But if so why didn´t they simply choose to write København?
If the people I meet in Seattle are anything like the people in Chicago... they can't spell for peanuts anyway.I like this. I wish they would open up a shop in Seattle.
This has been on my mind for a long while. Ever since I lived in Malmo. Back in the early 80's, I used to hang out a lot in Christiania and got to meet some of the bike builders.I built bikes for the community in Sweden. The kind the we set out free for anyone to use. I was wondering when someone was going to get their shit together and start something here. This is a great bike town. Lots of potential. Jag ville helst pratar med norgra Danskar om dette har. An Americans lame attempt to relate to Danes while writing Swedish without all the letters needed. Please contact me. Always looking to connect with the coolest people on earth.
nice, hope there were a bike shop with the same attitude here in Indonesia.
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