Shop Hours: 10am-8pm, M-F. 10am-6pm S-S. Barnett-Trained Mechanic(s):
None United Bicycle Institute-Trained Mechanic(s):
None Shop Info: Gregg's Greenlake Cycle first opened its doors in 1932 under the direction of R.V. Gregg. Today Gregg's Cycles remains under the ownership of the third generation of the Gregg family.
The business has expanded from its original location at Greenlake to include locations in Bellevue and on Aurora Avenue North. In 1983 Gregg's Bellevue Cycle was opened to address the growing market in the suburbs of the Eastside. Gregg's Bellevue Cycle is currently the largest bicycle shop on the Eastside. In 1987 Gregg's Cycles purchased Aurora Cycle which was established by the McAllister family in 1937. Early in 2007 we closed the doors on Aurora and expanded into Lynnwood. Gregg's Alderwood Cycle opened its doors on February 6th of 2007 and starts a new chapter in a history that spans more than 80 years.
Gregg's commitment to the cycling industry starts at the very top. Stan Gregg is a life-long resident of the Seattle area. Stan's commitment to customer service and quality products is influenced by his own love of cycling. Stan has been competing since 1986 and has 15 national and 9 world medals.
Among the Gregg's staff you'll find enthusiasts with a great passion for the outdoors and the products we carry. If you need information on the latest cycling technology, directions to the toughest or most scenic trails, tips on dressing for the weather, or ratings of the best bakeries for your next ride, the staff at Gregg's is ready with concerned, involved expert advice. Directions: From the South via I-5: Take exit 170 for Ravenna Blvd toward NE 65th St. Gregg's Greenlake will be on your right, at the intersection of Ravenna Boulevard and Woodlawn Avenue.
From the north via I-5: Take exit 171 toward Northeast 71st Street/Northeast 65th Street. Follow Woodlawn Avenue NE. Gregg's Greenlake will be on your left, at the intersection of Ravenna Boulevard and Woodlawn Avenue.
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