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Old 10-02-14, 03:23 PM
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Bikes in Baltimore?

I have a long haul escort run all the way to Baltimore tomorrow. Are there any interesting bike shops to see?
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I don't know about Baltimore, but College Park and Mt. Airy, MD have an interesting one - here's the link.

http://www.bike123.com/
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Baltimore Bicycle Works has interesting stuff.
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Light Street Cycles down near the waterfront has always been my favorite. They're a classic bike shop, not a trendy "emporium".
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The only bike shops I can think of are up my way in Cockeysville, and Lutherville. The Cockeysville shop has a lot of bikes for sale, but I am just not a big fan of the shop. Lutherville is a shop I take bikes to to be worked on.
I am not sure about vintage bikes though. There is a performance bike shop on Falls road with many bikes for sale, as well as one in perrring parkaway.
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