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Shore Break Bikes is Geared up for the Summer

By: Tony R. Smith
Staff Writer

“Geared-up” for the summer, Shore Break Bikes offers a great solution for getting around the beach—and in style for that matter!  Shore Break has over 100 new beach cruisers in stock to choose from.   They also offer rental bikes start at $15/day ($45/week) and some used bikes.  The shop currently carries Huntington Beach Bike Co., Phat Cycles,  and Firmstrong, all out of California, Schwinn Signature line, and the Sun line out of Miami.  The lines were hand picked to accommodate all types and ages of riders and offer high style selections at reasonable prices. Shore Break is full service—offering parts, accessories, rentals, and repairs with a full-time technician on site.  No appointment is necessary to get your wheels back in action!  You will be pleasantly surprised with the quick turnaround on repairs.  Shore Break repairs all models of bicycles including road bikes, mountain bikes, fixies, hybrids, and of course bike path, and cruisers. 
Typical repair services include tune-ups, adjustment and replacement of breaks, gearing, cranks, derailleurs, spokes, bearings, truing of wheels, and of course tires and tubes, and accessory installation.  The shop also offers free delivery and pickup for repairs and purchases. If you don’t fall in love with any of the bikes in store, don’t fret!  The shop is willing to do special orders for bikes, parts and accessories for customers to ensure satisfaction.  They can also offer special orders of road, fixie, bike path, hybrid and mountain bikes to accommodate whatever type of riding enthusiast you are.
 Shore Break stocks common parts and has a good selection of all the cool accessories to make your ride safe and enjoyable, such as drink holders, baskets, lights, bells, helmets, locks, and comfy saddles to mention a few.  Check out the new beach chair holder that mounts to your bike hub. Shore Break is locally owned—and new to the island this year.  They are open year round and seven days a week in season.  The shop has a website, with a blog as well, at shorebreakbikes.com/tag/carolina-beach to stay tuned for the latest news, pictures, and tips for bikes in the area.  Friend them on Facebook as well for more tips!  Don’t just ride, ride in style with help from Shore Break Bikes.