Atlanta is a super bike friendly city, with excellent Broadstone Midtown having a Bike Score of 80! Our flat roads and convenient bike lanes make this part of town a joy to explore by bicycle. It’s the perfect way to get outdoors, exercise, and explore Atlanta! No wonder there are so many great bike shops nearby! Read on for a list of our top 3 bike shops in Atlanta near Midtown.

Atlanta Bicycle Barn 

Located just 9 minutes away near Inman Park and the Old Fourth Ward is Atlanta Bicycle Barn! This shop is your one stop shop for all your bicycle needs. They’ve got a repair center, bikes to rent, bikes for sale, cool gear, e-bikes (electric bikes), and workshops! Retail and repair services are currently curbside only, abiding by recommended social distancing procedures. Visit their website to learn more!


Intown Bicycles

Lucky for us, you don’t have to go far to find a good bike shop. Just 5 minutes from our front door is Intown Bicycles, a full-service bike shop by Piedmont Park. They carry popular bicycle brands like Jamis Bikes, and Electra Bicycle Company. You’ll be sure to find a stylish new ride in this fun shop. They’ve also got a fantastic repair shop to fix up your current ride too!

Atlanta Pro Bikes

At Atlanta Pro Bikes, they’ve got it all. Get a tune up, fix a chain, buy a bike, or rent a cruiser! This popular shop is Atlanta’s premiere bike shop for a reason! You can even get a custom bike out together, or spice up your current ride here with a custom paint job and fun gear. It would be the perfect gift to a loved one, or yourself let’s be honest! Located in the Virginia Highlands neighborhood of Midtown, they’ve got bicycles for beginners and advanced riders alike. Social distancing is better on a bike!


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