Everyday Cycles, located in Milwaukee's Riverwest neighborhood, works with cyclists who are building personalized or custom bicycles. Stop in and let's start a conversation! We specialize in custom built bicycles from Schlick Cycles, Chumba USA, Surly Bikes, Roll: Bicycles and Made-in-Wisconsin Wyatt Bicycles. We can also refresh your current bicycle with parts from the best manufacturers in the business. In addition, we are 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. Welcome and please have a look around!View Available Bikes
Our Staff is healthy but currently working “By Appointment Only”. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time. That said, if the Open Sign is on, knock on the door and we will meet you outside.
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Coming up on November 2nd and 3rd is the first of 3 Funduro events planned for the Winter of 2019 / 2020. The Free Grand Funduro Beach Ride and Ball will be held on the beach at Illinois Beach State Park and will be hosted at the Illinois Beach Resort and Concention Center.
The Everyday Cycles Crew from Milwaukee will be joining a bunch of like minded fatbike folks from Fat-bike.com, Zion Cyclery and other folks from the Tri-State area.
Coming up on June 15th, 2019 the Everyday Cycles crew will be riding with 400+ like-minded individuals on the 35th edition of the Fat Tire Tour of Milwaukee.
Started in 1985, the Fat Tire Tour of Milwaukee is the oldest bicycling group ride in Milwaukee and an annual event that cyclists from far and wide look forward to. With several bar/brewery stops along the route covering 20 or so miles, the ride is a rolling party that lasts the entire day.