Trinity Bicycles opens in Sundance Square

New bike shop, commuter hub opens in downtown Fort Worth’s entertainment district

Trinity Bicycles, a Fort Worth bike shop and commuter hub, has opened the doors to its new digs at 343 Throckmorton Street in Sundance Square.  With more than 1,500 square feet of space, Trinity Bicycles offers same day bike repair, gear and equipment, and rentals to visitors.

“We love our new home in Sundance Square,” said Bernie Scheffler, owner of Trinity Bicycles. “Downtown Fort Worth is the perfect location for us to serve our existing clients and expand our rental business among visitors who come to the city and want to explore everything we have to offer.”

In addition to serving competitive bicyclists and the commuter bike rider, Trinity Bicycles hopes to significantly increase its rental business. Trinity Bicycles provides equipment for visitors and local residents who want to enjoy scenic bike rides along the Trinity River, the Cultural Arts District, Stockyards, and throughout the Central Business District where there are designated bike lanes.

“We have been anticipating the opening of Trinity Bicycles since we inked the deal last fall,” said Johnny Campbell, president of Sundance Square. “With the addition of Trinity Bicycles, we have added another fabulous merchant that fulfills the needs for our client base.  It is a wonderful store where bicycling enthusiasts of all levels will gather to enjoy a common interest.”

More information about Trinity Bicycles can be found at trinitybicycles.com.

Located in the heart of downtown Fort Worth, historic Sundance Square is a 35-block commercial, residential, entertainment and retail district where people work, live, shop and dine. Sundance Square’s beautiful landscaping, red-brick streets and turn-of-the-century buildings make it a pedestrian’s delight. Named after the famed Sundance Kid, who used the Fort Worth area as a hideout, Sundance Square has been hailed as a monumental achievement in urban redevelopment. Sundance Square is comprised of restaurants, three live theatres, an AMC movie theatre, Bass Performance Hall, two museums, three art galleries, numerous retail shops and boutiques, as well as two upscale residential complexes, and some of Fort Worth’s prime office space.

Story and photos by David Alvey.

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