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Pics From The Switching Gears Grander Opening Party – Dallas

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A little over a year ago, bike friends Colin and Andee, opened one of the coolest bike shops in Dallas: Switching Gears Cyclery. It started as a small, boutique shop in a small storefront in the Fair Park area.

Just recently, Switching Gears Cyclery has grown their business and moved into a larger space in the same Fair Park area. You can now find them at 3615 Parry at Exposition – just across the street from the DART Fair Park Green Line station. We thank them for being a big part of the north Texas cycling community and we wish them great success.

Here are some pics from their Grander Opening Party (click here to see the set):

Fantastic Mural

Bikes

Checking Out The New Shop

Heading Out To The Race

Retro

Helmets

BTW, I have my eye on that Surly CrossCheck.

Written by dickdavid

November 12, 2012 at 8:49 am

Pics From The Switching Gears Cyclery Grand Opening Party

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Switching Gears Cyclery OPEN

We popped over to Switching Gears Cyclery yesterday, to check out their grand opening party. We missed some of the earlier events, including the Dale’s Dash alleycat, but we were able to catch some of Sea Lion (a really awesome local band), check out the new store, and see some really great people.

Of course, with any bike store grand opening, there we lots of bikes to see.

Click here to check out our other pics from the event.

Back Entrance

Inside Switching Gears Cyclery

Out Front

Sea Lion

Written by dickdavid

May 15, 2011 at 8:43 am

GRAND OPENING – Switching Gears Cyclery – Saturday, May 14, 2011

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GRAND OPENING - Switching Gears Cyclery - Dallas, Texas

Our friends over at Switching Gears Cyclery will be celebrating their grand opening in a few weeks. Be sure to mark your calendars to attend a great event.

Date: Saturday, May 14, 2011
Time: 3:00 – 9:00 pm
Place: 833 Exposition – Off Parry, Dallas, Texas 75226
Hosts: Andee Pittman & Colin Clarke – Proprietors
Featuring: Lone Star Goldsprints, Live Music By Sea Lion, Team Party Time Race Dales Dash, Door Prizes, And More.
RSVP: Here on Facebook

Don’t forget, please support your local bike shops.

Written by dickdavid

April 26, 2011 at 5:39 am

Pics From The Earth Day Ride In Dallas

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I took a casual spin with a group of Dallas cyclists to celebrate Earth Day weekend. Colin Clarke with Switching Gears Cyclery, hosted the Cycle Celebration: Earth Day Dallas Bike Ride, today.

It was a fun ride around downtown Dallas that ended up at the Dallas Earth Day Festival near the Arts District. Here are some pics. Click HERE to see the entire set.

Bike Parking

Mounting Up

Riding Into Deep Ellum

Enjoying The Ride

Dallas By Rail Guys

Parked Bikes

Opening Soon! Switching Gears Cyclery

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There’s a new bike shop coming to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. It’s called Switching Gears Cyclery. If you’ve been on any of the 75208 or BFOC rides, you might have met local bike enthusiasts Colin Clark or Andee Pittman. Colin and Andee have decided to join the ranks of other great Dallas bike shops like Oak Cliff Bicycle Company and Transit Bikes and offer a more personalized bike shopping experience.

Their shop will be located in between Fallout Lounge & Amsterdam Bar in Expo Park across the street from Fair Park (just off the DART Green Line). To find out more about Switching Gears Cyclery and what they will be offering, jump over to their Facebook page and Like them. We can’t wait to visit the shop as soon as they are open.

Switching Gears Cyclery
833 Exposition Ave
Dallas, TX, 75226

Also, please remember to support your neighborhood bike shops and buy local. You might be able to save a few bucks online, but it will be at the cost of our city’s bike culture. As with all the DFW bike shops, we wish Switching Gears Cycley great success.

Switching Gears

Written by dickdavid

February 3, 2011 at 7:26 am

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