Silent Cycles and the Chattanooga Bike Culture

Justin of Silent CyclesI love working with local shops and local artists.  As bike enthusiasts we found our way to Suck Creek Cycle on the North Shore and found both.  Suck Creek, great name by the way, fixed my wife and son up with brilliant bikes.  The local artist of this scenario is Justin, the patient cycle maven that steered us to the right bikes but is also the owner of SilentCycles.   For the cycle enthusiast, his work in steel needs to be seen.

So little wonder when we talked about his favorite part of Chattanooga, he continued a theme I’m seeing more and more my self, the rapidly developing commuter bike culture here in Chattanooga.  With Bike2Work, the BikeShare program launching April 25, and the Tennessee Bike Summit from May 2-4, Chattanooga is no longer on the cusp of a bike culture, we believe we are now starting to flex our cycle muscles.


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