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|Wright Brothers Cycle Works has been
serving the Seattle cycling community since 1974. We are a unique
bike shop, not only handling the repairs of every day commuters but
also cyclocross, road racing, offroad, and randonneurs. (Sorry,
we are not an authorized Huffy or Murray service center.) We also
sell common and hard-to-find bike parts and accessories.
Wright Brothers features a co-op workshop space and three levels of bike repair classes. For details on co-op membership, call or stop by the shop during business hours.
Want to be in a class? New classes are scheduled right now. Sign-up is through the Fall for classes on a first come, first served basis.
Construction in Fremont continues. A number of soil sample drillings are going on throughout Fremont, as the roots of the trees have caused issues while invading the sewer lines. In the past, many city blocks had single family homes with maybe 20 or 25 toilets per block. Now the over developers have 400 to 700 toilets on one city block using the same sewer infrastructure. Thanks to the last few Mayors and City Councils, our single family homes will be a thing of the past, replaced by "Slave Pods". Be careful cycling around all these construction sites. To make matters worse, cyclists have to ride across more and more railroad tracks, tracks the City gave up in 1940 because the cost was too high for the taxpayers, hence "Trackless Trolleys". Just one of a hundred reasons why Seattle is becoming too expensive to live in.
Plenty of CAMPAGNOLO REPLACEMENT PARTS, USED AND NEW OLD STOCK components. Our treasure can be your treasure. Tell a friend and pass it on.
KUOW's 'Weekday' radio show on June 22, 2006 featured bicycles, bicycle commuting, and the Solstice Parade with our own Charles Hadrann. Listen to a stream of the show at KUOW, or download the RM (13mb) or MP3 (30mb).
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|© 2006 Wright Brothers Cycle Works. Photos courtesy of Kiessling Photography. Site by Boomslang Design.|