will move to Mariemont Crossing in January to rebrand as Fifty West Cycling Company, part of Fifty West Brewing Company’s expansion plans
as well as an opportunity for the cycling group to be on the Little Miami Scenic Trail
“We were looking for a new location that would give us the opportunity to offer more than just bikes and accessories,” says owner David Ariosa. “We wanted a location where we could offer customers a complete cycling experience.”
The Little Miami Trail connects to Fifty West Cycling’s parking lot and will allow Aroisa to provide all kinds of fun cycling experiences such as rentals, cycling lessons, corporate outings, charity events and specialty rides for casual and more serious recreational riders.
Fifty West Cycling will continue its bike advocacy programs, raising awareness about cycling in the community. The new space, located at 7669 Wooster Pike, will also have an outdoor seating space and offer drinks, energy bars and snacks.
Aroisa hopes that the new location becomes a center for family-friendly cycling fun.
“We’re very excited to be associated with Fifty West, which shares our passion for providing an experience to customers,” he says. “It’s not just a piece of machinery or a glass of beer. We’re on the same journey, and it made sense to team up.”
Oakley Cycles has been in business for 34 years and is known for its personalized, consultative approach to professionally outfitting cyclists of all ages and skill levels as well as repairing and selling bikes and accessories.