You might remember our post from a couple of months back where we showed you “before” pictures of our bicycle-store-to-be. Well, here are the “after” pictures of the same space. Looks a lot better, doesn’t it?

First, our storefront. Right now, we’re using it to show off our Yuba Boda Boda– the amazing midtail cargo bike which more and more Brooklyn families are using to replace their cars.

The storefront

The lower level of the store, facing the rear of the store. You can see our huge selection of bikes for urban riding. Road bikes, hybrids, roadsters, and cruisers are all represented. The display case holds Vespertine reflective fashion accessories.

The lower level of the store, facing the back

The lower level of the store, facing the front of the store. Behind our cash register, we sell lights, bells, and a serious selection of locks from Kryptonite, Abus, and Blackburn. Our salespeople all commute by bike and we have personal experience locking up our prized bicycles on the mean streets of NYC. We’re ready to help you choose the right lock and show you how to use it.

Lower level, facing the front

Next to the register, our helmet, basket, and folding bike area. We sell helmets by Bern, Specialized, Giro, and Bell; baskets by Basil and House of Talents, and folding bikes by Dahon. Our Brompton folding bikes are coming soon!

The helmet, basket, and Dahon area, next to the cash register

Towards the back of the store, are these stairs leading to the upper level. Behind the railing you see clothing, child seats, racks, fenders, and saddles. Not visible in this pictures is our selection of handlebar tape, grips, handlebars, and pedals. We have all the parts you need to repair, upgrade, or customize your bike.

The stairs to the upper level

The lower level of the store, seen from the upper level, and facing the front. On the left you see our store cycling kits.

The upper level of the store, facing the front

The upper level of the store, facing the front

The service department, with a Gunnar Sport frame waiting to get built up for test rides, and a vintage Vignolles randonneur in the stand.

The service department, facing the rear of the store

An overhead view of the service department. We installed a bar, complete with bar stools, so that our customers can hang out and be comfortable while their bikes are being serviced.

The service department, seen from overhead

The wheel storage area in the basement. In addition to repair wheels in every size, we stock sweet upgrade wheels from Velo Orange.

Basement wheel storage

The bike storage area in the basement. Looking for a Civia Twin City bike for commuting, errands, or pleasure riding? We have your size in stock.

Basement bike storage

That about does it for this tour of our new store. We hope you’ll check it out in person at 609 Nostrand Ave. Click here for our hours.