Louisville's Downtown and University Bike Shops

 

Challenging the way Louisville moves

107 W Market St

502-583-2232
M-F 12-6, Sat 10-5 (weather sensitive)

2833 S Fourth St

502-635-2900

T-F 11-6, Sat 10-5  (weather sensitive)

cooling             tailpipe             20mphyellow

Be part of the solution               Exhaust –  why we pass at every opportunity                 Twenty is Plenty

News

Cyclist Rejects Court’s Deal

First, the timeline… November 13 – cyclist charged with: 1) Disregarding Traffic Light and 2) Obstructing a Highway… December 14 – Traffic Court –  the defendant rejected the deal offered by the court… January 25 – Pre-Trial...

Shop owner challenges interpretation of law

Bike shop owner cited while cycling on residential street…two charges…Obstructing a Highway (riding outside a bike lane) and Disregarding a Traffic Light…Obstructing a Highway charge will be dropped…KY law clearly gives cyclists the right not...

35 mph speed limit in this death trap

  Cars and trucks traveling over the 35 mph speed limit and cyclists, both flanked by concrete columns. This death trap is on the south side of the Manual/YPAS High School, Noe Middle School and University of Louisville corridor. On either side of the trap are...

Beyond Bike Lanes – Community & Safety

Published in Insider Louisville 12 August 2014 American cities are experiencing a backlash from drivers and pedestrians against bike lanes. Locally, drivers are complaining about the loss of travel lanes on Breckenridge and Kentucky Streets; pedestrians are...

Winter & bike lanes

As one who cycles in the snow along the track of car tires, where the asphalt is clear of snow & often dry as a result of the car traffic, I wonder what winter holds for our bike lanes & cyclists who use or avoid them. Behind these questions is a desire to see...

Louisville ranks low on active transportation

“Kentucky and Louisville consistently rank near the bottom on surveys that relate to active transportation like walking and cycling, so it’s no surprise that we rank near the top in obesity and heart disease.” In the city this failure is a function...

Reasons you should ride a bicycle

Petroleum Free Transportation

combats global climate change
improves local air quality
leaves no oil on our streets and in our drinking water
keeps local dollars local
frees our military from protecting foreign oil
promotes global peace

Bikes Are

healthy exercise
smart personal economy
great traffic calming influences
family-friendly
not electric (coal-fired) vehicles
fun!