BicycleSPACE continues tour of Mt. Vernon Square – Moving to 440 K Street, NW next to new Baked and Wired

1019 7th Street, NW

Ed. Note: The 7th street location will be open until the end of year. At that point BicycleSpace will operate out of an interim space in the neighborhood briefly before moving to the new K Street location. Updates on the interim space when they become available.

From BicycleSPACE:

“Washington D.C.’s award-winning, community-oriented bike shop, BicycleSPACE, is moving from 7th Street NW to a new location at 440 K Street NW, the Lyric apartment building, in Mount Vernon Triangle. The new location will be twice the size of BicycleSPACE’s current shop and will include ample space for its signature community events as well as space for a much larger service department. Patrons will also enjoy great food and drink at next-door neighbor Baked and Wired

For BicycleSPACE co-founder Erik Kugler, “This is a dream come true. It is exactly the kind of space we’ve been working toward since our inception. We’re very excited to be working with The Wilkes Company and Quadrangle, and to the opportunity to even better serve the remarkable community which has been growing up around us.”

BicycleSPACE began in 2010 [459 I Street, NW] as place where bicycle culture could thrive and where all members of the DC area biking community, from experienced riders to first-timers, could feel comfortable and welcome. The shop hosts weekly rides and in-store yoga classes that fund local non-profits, public art rides, and tours of school gardens.”

440 K Street, NW

5 Comment

  • Best shop in DC! Glad to see they’re expanding. Hopefully they keep the same welcoming vibe and down-to-earth’ness of the current shop. Really happy that they’re staying in the neighborhood.

  • Looking forward to Baked & Wired. Hopefully, the staff will have less attitude than in G’town.

  • Bravo. Love that place. Their people are simply the best in town. So glad they’ll be closer to our cycling family, once again, and on the way to work. Now I’ll have no excuse not to get things repaired and maintained. For Shaw/Bloomingdale (and McMillan) riders heading into town along that corridor, this is a huge upgrade.

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