Boston’s Best Bike Shops highlights some of Boston’s best bike shops. While Boston is not known as a bike-friendly city, ridership has increased by 122% in the past two years alone.  Some of the more notable shops on the list are:

Bikes Not Bombs 
Promoting bikes as a “concrete alternative to war and environmental destruction,” Bikes Not Bombs ships thousands of secondhand bikes overseas to developing countries. They’re then used by small, bike-based businesses, sustainable technology projects and youth training programs. BNB also provides many a helpful cycle to residents of lower-income neighborhoods here in Boston. Many cycles are also for sale in the bike shop—each featuring a sturdy, recycled frame, brand new parts and a 90-day guarantee. 18 Bartlett Square, Jamaica Plain (617-522-0226,

Landry’s Bicycles
Landry’s has achieved much since opening in 1922, including making the top 100 bicycle retailers in the country list for five years running. With four locations in eastern Massachusetts, it’s also one of the largest family-owned bike businesses around. Although some may complain about the prices, you get what you pay for at Landry’s—quality rides that won’t let you down. 890 Commonwealth Ave, Boston (617-232-0446,

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