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Atlanta Bike Shop, Intown Bicycles

Atlanta Bicycle Shop, Intown Bicycles

Welcome to your Atlanta Bike Shop

Hours 12:00 to 5:00 Daily

Thanks for visiting our website. Please have a look around. There’s lots of information here.

New Bikes by Jamis and Electra

We stock:


road bikes,

flat bar road bikes,

and a good urban

mountain bike. If you’re looking for fine
childrens bikes, we have those too.

We’re especially good at launching new bike riders, carrying a lot of bikes and things for more casual riding. We’re also experts in bicycle transportation.

Come see us for a test ride. In the meantime, you may want to check out this article on how to buy a bicycle.

Electric Bikes by Electra

Come test ride the Townie Go 8i. This is one fine bike. See them all Here.

Bike Repairs on All Kinds

We do tune-ups, inspections, check-overs, spot jobs, fix flats while you wait, and do just about anything else your bike might need. Bike Repairs

Bike Assembly

We’re happy to assemble a bike you got somewhere else. We can show you how to shift the gears, set your seat height, and maybe fix you up with a lock, helmet, or air pump. Bike Assembly

Bike Parts and Accessories

We keep all of the most commonly needed part on hand.

And talk about yer accessories… Bike Parts and Accessories

The B.A.T.

Do you think that you know bikes? Well, we’ve put together the Bicycle Aptitude Test to see who’s got the stuff and who still needs the training wheels. So, go ahead. Don’t be afraid…

Take the B.A.T. now!

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Used Bikes

Current Stock of Used Bikes

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Ask Mike

Have a question about the world of bicycles? Whether it regards product information, technical issues, or riding the streets of Atlanta, all you have to do is ask bicycle expert Mike Goodman, Intown Bicycles owner with over 35 years of experience in the industry.

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Police: Pregnant woman carjacks news vehicle with Atlanta reporter inside

Atlanta police are investigating after a news vehicle was carjacked with a reporter inside of it Tuesday morning. 

A news crew with CBS 46 was covering a story near Atlantic Station when a woman crashed her personal vehicle into a security gate along 17th Street. Investigators said the woman then approached the news vehicle before hopping into the driver seat and taking off. 

Investigators said a reporter, identified as Iyani Hughes, was in the back seat of the running news van, possibly editing video, when the suspect jumped in and carjacked it.

Police said the reporter started screaming, telling the female carjacker to stop, and when she kept driving Hughes buckled her seatbelt.

At that point, police, who were on the scene after responding to the initial wreck, then chased after the stolen van. The suspect ended up crashing on Peachtree Circle in Ansley Park. Police said she tried to jump out and run but officers immediately took her into custody.

Hughes, who police said is pregnant, wasn’t hurt. 

Police said the suspect is also pregnant. She suffered a broken arm. 

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Atlanta Bicycle Coalition

Bike Shops are Essential Business

Our lives are being challenged in many ways — businesses are being closed and workers are left without income;  transportation decisions and options become dilemmas; spaces to practice safe, healthful activities are being reshaped.
At the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, we’re doing what we can to lessen the impact of these challenges.  This week, we worked with local bike shop owners, city council members, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, and ATL DOT Commissioner Josh Rowan to establish bike shops as essential businesses under the Mayor’s shelter-in-place executive order.  In our outreach to bike shop owners on Tuesday, we learned that some bike shops were closed and many were seeking clarification on the city’s stance.
Today, we are pleased to relay this message from Peter Kadushin, the Director of Communications for the mayor. 
“Bike shops are considered essential under the order. While not listed specifically, bike shops are authorized pursuant to Section 6(f)(15) as essential businesses.”
We shared this breaking news with two bike shop owners who had closed shop. “Thank you! Oh my goodness that’s great news.” celebrated Earl Serafica, owner of Earl’s Bike Shop, which now will re-open. 
Bike shops we spoke to are adhering to social-distancing guidelines.  Some are only doing drop-off and pick-up, all have created environments limiting access to store floors, and at least one has set up online bike-repair scheduling.  
Kate Rockett from Outback Bikes asked us to spread the word that “Outback has a full run of free bike rentals available for healthcare workers, first responders, and other essential employees to get to work”.  This shop is just one of many upholding the intentions of Section 6(f)(15) of the Mayor’s Order – ‘Essential Businesses’ means businesses that supply other essential businesses with the support or supplies necessary to operate.
Local bike shops support essential bicycle trips through repair services, similar to auto repair shops for car trips. Designating bicycle shops as essential businesses and permitting bicycling for both transportation and light recreation are crucial steps to providing relief to people in Atlanta.  To find local bike shops closest to you, check out our map.  Onward and be safe.
*Update: On March 27, the Mayor issued several clarifications of the Stay at Home Order, adding bike shops to the list of exempt businesses. 

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Atlanta, GA Marketing and Brand Management


Vehicle Media is an award winning, full service, marketing and design firm operating out of Atlanta and Birmingham. With a wide range of experience and a team of 15 people, we always look for the most effective solutions in the interactive marketing world.

At Vehicle Media, we bridge the gap between traditional and digital media. While we have a strong focus on digital media including graphic design, web development, social media strategy and email management, we also provide services for brand design, print marketing and collateral.

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