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On March 21st New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Executive Order 107. ordering non-essential businesses to be closed along with a listing of essential businesses categories and what restrictions that they need to abide by. The order did not initially include bike shops but it was amended on March 24th to include bike shops to provide “service and repair.”

Many bike shops have listed their status and walk up procedures on the websites or Facebook Page. Some have been strict with service only but others are selling bikes that you select and/or purchase online. A few establishments are even picking up or delivering bikes to your door. It’s strongly advised that you call ahead first and some shops are requiring you to do so.

Shops that have confirmed to be open include:

Burlington County

Aistriu, Marlton
Burlington County Bicycles, Burlington
Mount Holly Bicycles

Mr. Bills Bicycles, Palmyra
Wheelies Bicycles, Medford

Camden County

Jersey Bents, Berlin – By appointment only
Trek Bicycles, Cherry Hill

Gloucester County

Action Wheels, Wenonah
– Online Sales with delivery
Caffeinated Cyclist, Pitman
Peddlers Bike Shop, Deptford

Mercer County

Bernies Bicycles, Hamilton
Sourland Cycles, HopewellCall or email for appt.
Harts Cyclery – Pennington
Knapps Cyclery – Lawrenceville
Kopps Cycle – Princeton

Shops that have announced that they are currently closed:

Camden County
Erlton Bikes, Cherry Hill – Check website for updates

If your bike shop is not listed please contact us and we’ll update this post.

John Boyle


John has been a commuting cyclist for more than 20 years. In 1994 he began working as a volunteer for the Bicycle Coalition of the Delaware Valley after attending a volunteer night, and later served as a board member in 1997-98. In 1999 John left Philadelphia for Charlottesville, VA, where he helped establish the Alliance for Community Choice in Transportation (ACCT), a bicycle and walking advocacy group.

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