Bicycle Belle

Table of Contents DURING THE EXPECTED PEAK OF INFECTIONS, WE WILL BE CLOSED,  WE HOPE TO RE-OPEN SOON.  PLEASE CHECK HERE FOR UPDATESPlease email us at [email protected] with questions.About the shop: DURING THE EXPECTED PEAK OF INFECTIONS, WE WILL BE CLOSED,  WE HOPE TO RE-OPEN SOON.  PLEASE CHECK HERE FOR […]

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DURING THE EXPECTED PEAK OF INFECTIONS, WE WILL BE CLOSED,  WE HOPE TO RE-OPEN SOON.  PLEASE CHECK HERE FOR UPDATES

Please email us at [email protected] with questions.

Bicycle Belle was founded on the idea that bicycles are the best way to get around the city.  There are many recreational bike shops out there, but most sell bikes that aren’t suitable for short urban trips or carrying cargo.

We sell city bicycles that are set up for everyday life–with chainguards and fenders to keep your clothes clean, racks to carry your stuff, lights for showing you the way, and kickstands for when you stop to smell the roses.  We also carry cargo bicycles for when you need to carry people, or more than just a pannier load.  We stock a variety of accessories to make bicycling more comfortable and convenient–with a dash of style.

We opened our doors in the summer of 2013 and are excited to keep pedaling forward. Come visit us in person!

About the shop:

Owner Carice Reddien has been cycling for transportation since she was 16, and has since used a bike to get around cities from Houston to Milan.  She bought her first “city bike” while working in Italy in 1995 and these days commutes most days by bakfiets, usually with a preschooler and a bag of groceries along for the ride.

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Owner Carice Reddien, with Baby Belle in tow

Address: 368 Beacon St., Somerville 02143 (Corner of Beacon and Oxford)

617-661-0969  or  [email protected]

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Dannielle Weintraub

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