5.30.2005

You Can Get to Us by MetroBus!

Don't have a roof rack on your car to bring in or pick up your bike? Dont' have a car? No problem! A & M Bicycles is conveniently located on or near numerous bus lines. Ride the bike to the store and take the bus back home. When your bike is ready take the bus to the store and ride back home. Bike not rideable? Simply use the rack on the front of the bus to take it with you.

All Metro Buses have racks on the front that can carry two bikes. Loading and unloading your bike is quick and easy. For more information on taking your bike on the bus click here.

The #30 Soulard bus stops right in front of the store! You can't get any more convenient than that. The #30 Soulard bus covers much of the city and part of the county. It covers Manchester road in Maplewood, Arsenal all the way to Broadway (by A-B), downtown St. Louis and North St. Louis along St. Louis Avenue. Click here for route times and map.

Live along Grand? The #70 Grand bus is not far from our location at Arsenal & Morganford. Click here for the #70 Grand schedule.

We are even closer to Kingshighway and the #95 bus. Click here for the #95 Kingshighway schedule.

With so many bus choices you'll have a hard time saying you couldn't get your bike into the shop for service.

5.25.2005

A & M Bicycles Featured in Post-Dispatch Story

Today's Life & Style section of the Post-Dispatch has a story about our shop. Click here to read the story online.

5.21.2005

Xtracycle Freeradical on Display

We've got Xtracycle's Freeradical on display in the showroom. This handy device shifts the rear wheel back 15 inches, giving you greater ability to haul items on your bike. The end result is what Xtracycle calls a S.U.B or "Sport Utility Bicycle."

Xtracycle's photo gallery has nearly 600 photos of the Freeradical! These pictures are great as you see people using their bikes to haul everything you can imagine.

After you've seen their website you'll want to see it in person. Stop by the shop and take our S.U.B. out for a spin.

5.18.2005

A&M Bicycles' First Website Launched

We've been so busy selling & servicing bikes that we've never before had the time to set up a web site. Until now.

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