Richwagen’s Delray Bike & Sport
Richwagen’s Bike and Sport Shop is family owned and operated for over 60 years serving the Delray Beach community. Our bicycle shop has everything you need from kids bikes to carbon fiber racing bikes, electric bikes and everything in between. We offer 2 hour, daily and weekly beach cruiser rentals to high performance street bikes. We also have a hi-tech bicycle repair shop. CALL 561-272-BIKE.
It’s time to introduce the third generation of Richwagens, owners of Richwagen’s Bike & Sport. Welcome 8-month-old Ava, daughter of the store owner Albert Richwagen and his fiancée, Lisa Napolitano. As far as biking is concerned, it’s never too young to start… READ MORE
NATIONAL BIKE MONTH
May is National Bike Month, promoted by the League of American Bicyclists and celebrated in communities from coast to coast. Established in 1956, National Bike Month is a chance to showcase the many benefits of bicycling — and encourage more folks to giving biking a try…
It’s the Bike Month Challenge!
This May is all about sharing your love of biking. Join forces with others to ride in teams, encourage new riders, climb leaderboards and even win prizes like a new bike worth $1,500!
Once you’ve registered, create or join a team and hop on your bike. Go team!
Get Involved in Florida Bicycle Month 2022
Florida Bicycle Month is a chance to showcase the many benefits of bicycling and encourage everyone to give bicycling a try. There are many ways to get involved: join our TPA ride, watch webinars, get your municipality to sign a proclamation or organize your own ride!
TPA Florida Bicycle Month Ride
Join our Annual Florida Bicycle Month Ride on March 11! Celebrate Florida Bicycle Month with a 3.2-mile scenic ride in downtown West Palm Beach. No bike? No problem! BrightBike, courtesy of Brightline, will be providing bikes for the ride. Please let us know you need one by registering! Check out the route flyer here…
Bicycle aficionado or not, you’ve probably encountered the terms ‘biking’ and ‘cycling’ many times. Biking and cycling normally involves the same thing – a bicycle. If these two words supposedly have interchangeable meanings, then why do some people prefer to use one over the other? In this article, we break down the differences and put iron out the confusion once and for all!
Biking is an activity that involves a bicycle. You can ride the bike on a road, bike path, a mountain trail, or rough terrain. Some use the term “biking” to refer specifically to a mountain biking context, and it is often associated with riding a heavy duty bicycle on rougher terrain…
Cycling professionals usually use both of these words depending on the context. Cyclists and bikers can both ride bicycles, but what about other cycle types like unicycles and tricycles? Before we talk about the different ways these two words are used, let us first take a brief look at the history of the bicycle….
Cycling is an activity that involves a two-wheeled bicycle, unicycle, or tricycle, either for recreation, as a sport or as a mode of transportation. The following are some popular forms of cycling…
With the given definitions, it seems as though biking and cycling almost have the same meaning. However, there are subtle differences between the usage of the two words…
Calling all Delray Beach bicyclists… Please help shape the future of cycling and walking in Delray Beach by taking this city survey… CLICK HERE!
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The purpose of this project is to develop a citywide Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan based on a collaborative and inclusive planning process that reflects the needs and desires of the community. An overarching project goal is to integrate bicycle and pedestrian modes as part of the City’s overall mobility strategy. This Master Plan will serve as a blueprint for the City of Delray Beach to create a robust, safe, comfortable, and convenient network of bicycle facilities and sidewalk network throughout the city as well as provide connectivity to regional non-motorized transportation network.
The development of a Master Plan (Plan) is a result of a collaborative, consensus-building process.