Capitol Hill Bikes is have a big, everything must go, sale because they lost their lease.
After 9 years, we've lost our lease and must liquidate our entire inventory!
Bikes, clothing, accessories, parts, fixtures--Everything must go!
Come in early for the best selection! Store opens at 11 a.m. sharp.
Up to 75% off
We've been proud to serve the Capitol Hill community for these many years and we hope to be able to do so again. Until then, we must liquidate and vacate our current space. Please show your support by doing some early Christmas shopping or getting that new set of wheels you've been wanting.
Thanks to everyone for their support.
Denise, Laurie and the Capitol Hill Bikes Crew.
They're also offering discounted tune-ups.
Update: The Hill is Home has an interview with Julia Christian, Executive Director of CHAMPS, a Chamber of Commerce on Capitol Hill about the closure of CHB.
Update II: And now an interview with owner Denise D'Amour.
The issue was that D’Amour had wanted to scale back to the original footprint, but this wasn’t in the best financial interests of the landlord, who felt it was a bad business decision, according to D’Amour. The beloved bike store had expanded to include the former Alvear Studios space, but D’Amour said the economic downturn forced her to realize she could not support all three leases.
D’Amour says she is not looking beyond Capitol Hill’s borders at this time for a potential new space and is looking for investors.