For those of us riding the Billy Wolff trail West of 70th we haven't had a local bike shop along the trail since Bike Pedalers moved from 33rd & B to Pine Lake Rd.
And the John Dietrich hasn't had a shop as long as I know of.
The Bike Rack takes care of those on the Hwy 2 Trail and the Rock Island Trail users.
Joyride handles cyclist on the Rock Island as well as those riding the Old Cheney Trail.
Cycle Works South store is there for anyone on the 70th St Trail and East side of the Billy Wolff Trail.
Cycle Works 27th & Vine store is handy for Mopac cyclist.
Well, now, Monkey Wrench Cycles has moved 7 blocks East, and is now just 2 blocks West of the Antelope Valley Trail at 19th & Q! They have doubled their space and are situated perfectly for UNL bikers, downtown cyclist, and Antelope Valley Trail users.
This is an exciting move for MWC and their new digs are already set up and ready for shoppers and bikers needing service work. Stop in and check out the new MWC shop and say "hi".
The new Antelope Valley Trail connects Lincoln's trails and has become a hub for cyclists riding from one part of the city to another. MWC is now positioned to be a handy stop for commuters to grab essentials or have quick repairs done.
I decided to sit out today's Nacho Ride. On the commute to work and back I got in 20.6 miles for the day.