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MonkeyBoy Bicycles opens Friday on Garland




Spokane's first bicycle shop devoted to urban transportation, MonkeyBoy Bicycles, opens at 606 W Garland, this Friday, from 10:00-5:00. MonkeyBoy offers city bikes, destination clothing, commuting accessories, and all the basics to get you started on your commuting and recreational adventures. Locally owned by three siblings, MonkeyBoy's intent is to encourage Spokanites to discover the benefits of bicycle commuting, as well as reignite the sheer pleasure of recreational cycling reminiscent of childhood. Left to right: Donald Gibson, partner/owner, Patti Nepean, partner/owner, Brennan Ellis (the original MonkeyBoy - Lynn's son), and Lynn Ellis, partner/owner.

They carry Papillionaire, Beater Bikes, Brooklyn Cruiser, and Xootr bikes. Accessories and clothing include Po Campo and Detour bicycle bags, Nuu-Muu and Club Ride clothing, for starters. They will expand their retail offerings in the near future as they start to fly. Donald is a certified bicycle mechanic (graduate of United Bicycle Institute in Ashland, Oregon) but they will only offer limited repairs and service by appointment initially.

MonkeyBoy Bicycles strives to bring customers high quality bicycling products, including locally made vendor merchandise. They will also work towards providing unique bicycle themed gift items for the bicycle enthusiast.

They are hosting a Grand Opening Open House Party, from 6 to 9:00 pm. Weekly hours starting September 10th will be Tuesday-Friday, 10-6 and Saturday 10-5. The phone number is 509-828-7092 and the website is monkeyboybicycles.com.

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