• Everyday Cycles Retail Store is Now Open!

October 17, 2018 0 Comments

Folks! We are now keeping regular hours at Everyday Cycles! We’ve got we’ve got over 30 Made in the USA bike frames for custom builds as well as a curated selection of clothing and accessories from some of the best brands in the business. Stop by and see how it is coming along. Look for a Grand Opening in November.

Note that on Mondays and Tuesdays we will be building bikes and working at our bike building and repair space that we share with Schlick Cycles in the Nut Factory building at:

3720 N. Fratney St.
Milwaukee, WI  53212

If you need to get ahold of me on Monday or Tuesday, call me at 414-534-3214.





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