The popular Oak Cliff Bicycle Co. can be found in the Bishop Art’s District of Oak Cliff, southwest of downtown Dallas. Offering bikes and cycling expertise for all levels, this rider-friendly shop sits among some of the area’s coolest restaurants – many of which, of course, encourage eco-friendly transportation. For those looking to have some repair work done, tune ups are a mere $65 and a la carte services aren’t far behind. If you’re in the market for a new ride, Oak Cliff Bicycle also carries many of the most popular urban brands, from BH, Salsa, Foundry to retro-inspired Linus bikes. The tall, gleaming white space looks more like a boutique outlet than a working shop, with hanging racks of cycling gear, long runs of polished bicycles and the always necessary exposed ductwork.
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Think of Fort Worth B-Cycle sort of like a library—except instead of lending out books, the program lends out 300 Trek bikes from 35 stations throughout the city. To take one for a spin, bikers just need a membership, which covers unlimited 30-minute rides for durations ranging from one day to one year. Member card in hand, participants can unlock any bike and pedal to various locations, dropping their ride off at the nearest bike share station when they're done.
This program might sound reminiscent of bike share programs in New York, Chicago, and other major cities—because it is. Stations are located throughout Central Fort Worth, including Downtown, West 7th St, Magnolia Ave, and along the Trinity Trails.
You'll find an amazing selection of mountain bikes here, perfect for conquering the most rugged terrain.
For your convenience, there are plenty of parking spots for you to make use of during your visit.