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Fridrich Bicycle
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3800 Lorain Ave Cleveland, OH 44113, United States
3800 Lorain AvenueUSOhioCleveland44113
Bicycle ShopToday Closed
Monday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday ClosedThursday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 4:00 pm
Fridrich’s is practically an institution in Cleveland.  We started out as a coal and feed store back in 1883, and moved across the street to our current location, here in Ohio City, in the 1890’s.  Since then, we have expanded to become one of the oldest and largest bike shops in the U.S.A.!

Our goal is to provide superior customer service, whether you are looking for a new bike, need a simple repair, or just want to buy an inner tube.  We pride ourselves on having the largest selection of bicycles and parts in northeast Ohio, and our 10,000+ square feet of retail space (and triple that in storage and work areas) makes that possible. 

We are much more than just a store that sells bikes!  We carry retro-styled Radio Flyer tricycles, InStep pedal cars, other kids' items, and wagons from Radio Flyer and Berlin Flyer (still Amish-made in Berlin, Ohio!).  We offer bike rentals and delivery on new bike purchases.  In the winter months, we sell snow goods: plastic and foam sleds, saucers, Flexible Flyer wooden sleds, toboggans, and much more!

We're proud to be a local, successful, family-owned business here in Cleveland, still operated by the grandson of the man that started it over 131 years ago.  Stop by some time to check out our store; we’d be glad to show you around!!

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"I went to Fridrich's for two bikes for my daughters and i was really impressed!"
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"They have a great selection of styles and prices."
"Knowledgeable, courteous, and HELPFUL staff."
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Cliff Davenport
5 months ago
I bought a bike for my son and the tire locked up two weeks after I bought it causing my son to fly over the handle bars and breaking his arm. When I took it in for repairs, I kept getting it back with the parts falling off. I will never buy a bike from there again.
Response from the owner - 4 months ago
I am very sorry that you had problems with your son's bike. I can't imagine but that we could have gotten everything fixed properly, or just exchanged the bike you got for a new one.
Patrick Fleming II
a year ago
Friendly and knowlegable staff. Top rate service.
A Google User
5 years ago
i only needed to get a few minor repairs, but i called up a bunch of places and this was the only one that was very straightforward with me over the phone - gave me a price and everything. then when i brought it in, they took care of everything in about 30 minutes.
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Matthew Neubeck
a year ago
I went to Fridrich's for two bikes for my daughters and i was really impressed! Not only did they have a TON of bikes at GREAT prices but the customer service experience was second to none! My daughters chose two bikes without training wheels. The shop installed them for free and one set even required modification to fit! My daughters are soooooo happy with their first bikes and they are still talking about "the old bike shop downtown." I am so glad i decided i go to Fridrich's instead of buying a bike at WalMart or some other huge bike store chain (they only sell TREK...hint,hint). They have a great selection of styles and prices. knowledgeable, courteous, and HELPFUL staff. This place really goes the extra yard for their customers. SUPPORT LOCAL WHEN THEY SUPPORT THE CONSUMER!
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Saeed Tawil
a year ago
Very kind and helpful staff. Good prices.
A Google User
5 years ago
I had a problem with my bike tire: the tire had a hole in it, and the tube was poking out. I showed up at 4:45, 15 minutes before they close Saturday afternoon. I was visiting from Michigan and staying in a hotel room, and had ridden my bike to the store. I explained the problem and bought two matching tires. I asked if they could install one to replace the broken one. I was told no, they closed in 15 minutes. I ended up having to replace the tire on the sidewalk in front of their store! :( And for the record, even using my emergency multi-tool and my frame-mounted hand-pump, I had the tire fully installed by 10 after 5. I guess that extra 10 minutes was just too much for them... On the positive side, this bike shop seemed to have a great deal of parts, and a large number of bikes on the floor. Not that I got a chance to look around: I had to fix my tire! :) But it's a rough-looking store: lots of things scattered around, and a very old-looking store.
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