City Motorcycles returns this kind of Friday to Barracks Line at 719 8th Street, the former site of Polish capitol Hill Bikes. The company says it is “re-invigorating a section of Seattle’s Polish capitol Hill area, one of many city’s trendiest areas. inch The company can feature it is new brand of aluminum tubing intended for bikes and other items. The store will also uses an updated version of its well-known Wheel-n-Crycer ice cream van and serve sugary sodas and espresso.
Other items in the store which have been changing from the traditional bi-cycle shop topic are the color scheme, emblem, and style of countless of the displays. The shop definitely will feature an eco-friendly, steel shape “tourism chair post” and a modern bike with a great aluminum seat post, designed by noted bicyclist Peter Razor-sharp. He says the fact that the design combines the best of contemporary and classic urban design aesthetics.
The company’s website says that its first celebration will be upon Saturday, March 13 on the Pike Place Market try these out at eighth and Pike streets. The grand beginning will include live music, local doggie snacks, and the very first edition of this City Motorbikes catalog. Several hours after that, the store will be partying Bike Month with special attractions and cures to celebrate biking culture in Seattle. Not sure on whether or not they will be hosting a Bike Month bike ride.