Agee's Bicycle Co

About Agee's Bicycle Co

Richmond has changed greatly since Agee's Bicycles first opened our doors in 1910. As Richmond has evolved so has Agee's, growing to our current three stores and offering the largest range of bikes in the region.

The original Cary Street store changed locations several times through the years. The current 3116 West Cary St. building was originally a Western Auto. In the mid-seventies, an exciting time for cycling in Richmond, Agee's built a second location on Midlothian Turnpike ('74) followed rapidly by a third on West Broad Street ('76). Both locations were pretty far out from the city at the time. The shops were surrounded by corn fields in the seventies but 30 years later the West Broad store isn't even really in the west end anymore.

After 100 years in business Agee's is now amongst the oldest bike shops in the nation. Four generations of the Agee family have worked in the stores with three of those generations still active today...Agee's is a family run store with a focus of serving the families of Richmond with all their cycling needs!


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