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Cincinnati's Oakley Cycles plans move and name change

Published November 9, 2015

CINCINNATI (BRAIN) — Oakley Cycles, a 34-year-old retail business, will move to a new location in January, and will change its name, as well. 


The new store, in the Mariemont Crossing shopping center, will be known as Fifty West Cycling Company, as it will join Fifty West Brewing Company in Mariemont Crossing. The center includes the brewing company's production facility, sand volleyball courts, Mariemont Livery, and Pizzelii Pizza, which come together to create a recreation complex for outdoor enthusiasts and craft beer connoisseurs. The complex is at 7669 Wooster Pike.

Through an agreement with Great Parks of Hamilton County, an extension of the 75-mile long Little Miami Scenic Trail has been built that leads right into the new shop’s parking lot. The trail side location gives the retailer the opportunity to offer family and children’s bikes and products, bike rentals, lessons, specialty shop rides and post ride events, expanded community involvement with charities and bike advocacy, an outdoor seating space, cold drinks, energy bars and snacks. 

Fifty West Cycling Company owner David Ariosa said, “We are excited to be moving to a space where we can offer our customers not only quality bikes, rentals, services and accessories but an adventure with friends and family. We are planning all kinds of fun: rides, riding lessons, bird-watching bike cruises and more!”



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