TEMPORARILY CLOSED for INTERBIKE TRADE SHOW!!
Please note that we will be CLOSED from Tuesday, September 18 thru Friday, September 21 in order to attend our Annual Trade Show. We will reopen Saturday, September 22 at 10am.
Our 2018 Summer/Fall Shop Hours are:
Other Times by Appointment (or Luck)
Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 10am to 5pm
Monday: 10am to 12pm & 3pm to 7pm
Tuesday: "OUT RIDING" (Closed)
Wednesday: "OUT RIDING" (Closed)
Thursday: 10am to 12pm & 3pm to 7pm
Friday: 10am to 12pm & 3pm to 7pm
Why The Odd Monday, Thursday & Friday Hours??
This allows us to indulge in our passion for cycling during the warmer mid-day hours (weather permitting). It also enables up to remain open later (until 7pm) in order to better serve your needs after the traditional business hours.
On inclement days, we tend not to ride outdoors. You may call us to inquire if we will be open and available between Noon-3pm, or out for a ride.
General Holiday Hours:
- 10am to 5pm for Monday, Thursday or Friday Holidays (Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, etc)
- We are always CLOSED for Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas
PARKING in DOWNTOWN FRENCHTOWN
The Cycle Corner (as most in-town retailers) has no on-site parking. HOWEVER:
Frenchtown has the most FREE, ON-STREET PARKING available of all the local river towns.
Please Note: There is an enforced, 2-hour limit to the street parking.
Longer-term Free Parking can be found in three places:
- There is a municipal lot next to the Citgo Gas Station located at the corner of Routes 12 and 513.
- 53 Car Slots, 15 Motorcycle Slots and 3 Handicapped Slots are now available within the newly paved and renovated Parking area on River Road. This lot can be found between the Delaware River and the Bridge Cafe, across the street from the Frenchtown Inn (just before the bridge to PA).
- There are approximately 10 spaces along Front Street, just past the Bridge Cafe and the spaces reserved for their patrons.
MAPS & DRIVING DIRECTIONS
Find us in scenic Frenchtown's 'Historic District'. At the corner of Bridge Street and Trenton Avenue (Rt. 29). Across the street from Don Schaibel's Barber Shop.
Click on map above for additional views or driving directions