Help for folks with broken spokes: bike shops along the Greenway

lowcountry bicycle owner john feeser
John Feeser, owner of Lowcountry Bikes in Beaufort, SC, keeps a Greenway map hanging up in his shop.

A mechanical issue, be it a quick patch for a flat tire or a more complicated issue with derailleurs, can put a damper on rides of any length. Here are a few bike shops within two mile of the Greenway where experts are happy to help. 

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Melbourne Beach, FL: Sebastian Inlet Surf and Sport, 8898 S Hwy A1A (0.03 mi from Greenway)

This beachy shop classifies itself as a “surf shop with a cycling problem” and offers cycling services alongside their surf offerings. They rent beach bikes, sponsor charity rides around Florida’s Space Coast, and can offer knowledge on conditions on local bike routes.

Beaufort, SC: Lowcountry Bicycles, 102 Sea Island Pkwy (2 mi from Greenway)

Friendly and knowledgeable staff -- including a female mechanic! -- can help you with repairs and maintenance and offer advice on local routes. 

Myrtle Beach, SC: Mr C's Bicycles and Beach Bike Shop, 720 US-17 BUS (0.57 mi from Greenway)

Located on the Grand Strand, Mr. C’s sells, services and rents bikes. In-store stock includes Specialized, Haro, and Sun brands in addition to a selection of used bikes. Mechanics can service bikes and recommend local routes if you’re extending your stay in the area beyond the Greenway spine route.

Raleigh, NC: Oak City Cycling Project, 212 E Franklin St (0.81 mi from Greenway)

Oak City Cycling Project is an independent bike shop focusing on building community. In addition to selling, servicing, and renting bikes, the shop offers community bike stands available to rent for patrons wanting to service their own bikes, introductory bike maintenance classes, and organized rides.

Durham, NC: Bullseye Bicycle, 101 Morris St (0.1 mi from Greenway)

Kind, welcoming, and highly knowedgeable staff in a great location in the heart of downtown. Full service shop with mechanics capable of most repairs on all makes and models of bikes and quick turn-around to get you back on two wheels.  New, used, and consignment bikes available.

College Park, MD: Proteus Bicycles, 9827 Rhode Island Ave (0.92 mi from Greenway)

Proteus Bicycles has been a College Park institution for over 40 years. The shop sells and services bikes and related accessories, and is also involved in bike advocacy in the College Park area and beyond. 

Simsbury, CT: Bicycle Cellar, 532 Hopmeadow St (0.83 mi from Greenway)

This small shop offers a wide selection of brands of bikes for sale as well as service options for existing bikes. The shop, which is just off the Farmington Canal Heritage Trail, also rents bikes. 

Providence, RI: Dash Bicycle Shop, 228 Broadway (0.01 mi from Greenway)

Open since 2009, Dash sells, services and rents bikes in Providence’s Federal Hill neighborhood. The shop also has an in-house cafe, so if you need a one-stop shop for a new helmet, a caffeine fix, and helpful route tips, this is the place. 

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