Local shop caters to bicyclists of all types

Published Thursday, March 30, 2017
by Jack Money

Oklahoma City has about 80 miles of trails its residents can ride.

That's way more than what was out there when Steve Schlegel became an owner of a bicycle store in south Oklahoma City in 1988.

Schlegel moved his store in 2007 to the old St. Nicholas Hotel at the corner of NW 8 and Broadway on Automobile Alley.

Since then, he's seen the sport of riding bicycles growing in popularity, and predicts that trend only will continue as Oklahoma City and other communities add trails, bike lanes and tweak their traffic laws to make the activity more attractive.

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