Check out Jim’s latest restoration! The Hoffman triplet was made between 1894 and 1899. The seats and the cranks are all original. Now on display at the Bicycle Museum of America in New Bremen, Ohio.
If you find yourself in New York between now and April 6, I highly recommend checking out the Arman exhibition at the Paul Kasmin gallery in Chelsea. Using sliced bicycles, acrylic paints and paintbrushes, Arman created large-scale multi-media works on canvas — all with one dominant theme: bicycles. Read more about the show here.
Enjoy these photos + your weekend!
Come in and check out newest sale clothing!
I really like my ‘Jim’s Bicycle Shop’ sign that hangs outside the store, but this is pretty clever: A bike shop in Altlandsberg, Germany advertises themselves by mounting120+ bicycles on the exterior wall of their shop.
See more photos here.
Have a great Sunday,
The store is closed today due to the flu, but we plan to be back tomorrow! Sorry for any inconvenience.
Lots of new mark downs on shoes- Shimano and Pearl Izumi! Making room for the new Spring editions! Come in and check them out!
Have you ever heard of a Sbyke? In short, it’s a bike-skateboard hybrid. The three-wheeled contraption uses a BMX bike tire in front and is available in two sizes—hopefully one of which will accommodate a grown man.
Watch the Sbyke in action here.