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The Bicycle Lane

by Moe

The Bicycle Lane

This weekend we finally got around to check out The Bicycle Lane Bike shop in Fullerton, CA. We met Marty Taylor, the shop owner, on the OC ride of Silence. The Bicycle Lane is no ordinary shop, it actually caters to Bike commuters! The shop is stocked with Kona Smokes, Kona Dews, KHS Urban X‘s and the Biria among other cool bikes.

Biria 3-spd
Biria 3-spd
RL checking out the Biria.

They also stock panniers, bike messenger bags, the Ergon Grips and other commuter accessories. Marty and his staff are really friendly and knowlegeable, they also love to ride. Their favorite bikes, fixies! If you ever find yourself on the Fullerton Area, check out The Bicycle Lane, Marty and his staff will take care of you.

 
The Chariot Summer Sale - 2013

5 Responses to “The Bicycle Lane”

  1. RL Policar says:

    Yes Jay, they’re shaved…

  2. Jay says:

    I guess I’ll have to eat crow, being relatively new to organized road cycling I participated in a group training ride for an MS150 ride I’m doing this weekend in Grand Rapids, MI. This was my first experience riding in a paceline…we averaged 20mph for 40 miles in a paceline of 15 led by a strong tandem team. A great experience, but I couldn’t help noticing several men with silky smooth legs. I guess the shaving phenomenon is more prevalent than I originally thought. Although I have a feelling you’ll find more masculine shaved legs among roadies than mountain bikers. Ok, seriously RL…you brought it up so no need to re-post the horse graphic. :)

  3. Jay says:

    RL-

    Make it go away!!

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