Everyday Cycles, located in Milwaukee's Riverwest neighborhood, is a bike shop specializing in custom built bicycles from Schlick Cycles, Chumba USA and Surly Bikes and a purveyor of the finest Fatbiking, Adventure Cycling and Urban Assault/Commuting gear available. We source all of our products in the USA and look for Made in the United States products whenever possible. Have a look around!View Our Bikes
We've been saying it for years; There's always a bridge. Surly's Bridge Club is an homage to the irreverent spirit of those riders who look for opportunities to congregate under a bridge wherever it may be! The Bridge Club is an all-road touring bike that can take it off-road too!
Road Plus, it’s a new name for an idea that has been around for years; put some big ol’ tires on your road bike and conquer all you roll over!
The Surly Midnight Special is a road plus bike designed to provide comfort and speed on those all-day rides that extend well beyond fresh pavement. It excels on pot-holed, deteriorating pavement and the occasional long stretch of gravel. Think Milwaukee streets in February after the freezing’ and thawing’ and a freezing’ again. The Midnight Special’s 650b road plus tires eat up that crap and spits it out so you can get where you are going and dig the ride.
People have been digging the Road Runner Bags we've had in the store so much we had to order more and the shipment is here!
Everyday Cycles is your Milwaukee / SE Wisconsin healer for Road Runner Bags that are USA Made and hand-built in California.
On this Episode:
Justin Timberline’s REAL Birthday Ride
The Everyday Cycles Gang will be road trippin' to The Rock’n Beach FunDuro in Port Washington, WI for an action packed day of fatbike fun!
When: Sunday, June 28th
Where: Vertran’s Park Bandshell - Port Washington, WI
The Everyday Cycles crew headed north to Manitowoc, WI for the 7th running of one of the best fatbike races in Wisconsin!
It felt like this year some of the fun and festive atmosphere of Shelltrack has returned while the competitive nature of the race was not to be diminished.