The new location will allow the business to capitalize on direct access to the Washington & Old Dominion Trail. The space will also incorporate a coffee bar and micro brewery, in addition to free parking for customers.
“We are relocating because our 10 year lease is up and we feel our new location will better serve our customers. Our new location on Sunset Hills has direct access to the W&OD trail and local mountain bike trails,” said Anne Mader, who co-owns the shop with her husband, Todd.
Mader said the store’s exact opening date is not final, but the new store will likely be open in late May.
Muse Paintbar, a wine-and-paint restaurant, will replace The Bike Lane’s location by the fall, according to a company representative.
In January 2017, The Bike Lane announced it was actively seeking a new home following RTC owner Boston Properties initiated its ParkRTC paid-parking system.