THE NEW WHEEL LARKSPUR LANDING
OPEN TUES - SUN 10AM - 6PM
Our specialty is providing top-quality service with a view towards promoting long-term reliability and enjoyment of your bicycle. We can do it all in our full service shop, from tune-ups, to wheel building, to hydraulic brake bleeds. We take pride in the work we do because we believe in professional service, honest dealing, and most importantly, bicycles as healthy transportation.
Learn about a whole new way to explore Marin and beyond on a guided test ride with one of our staff members.
Marin's North-South Greenway now reaches the Golden Gate Ferry terminal in Larkspur thanks to a bike bridge that spans Sir Francis Drake Blvd., passing right in front of The New Wheel Larkspur Landing. This is due to the efforts of many visionary local activists and politicians, and the passionate leadership of the Marin County Bike Coalition. They know that bicycle and mass transit infrastructure investments in the 21st century show a documented pattern of success.
The New Wheel is a sponsor of the Marin County Bike Coalition.
If you're just visiting Marin county, there's perhaps no better way to experience the incredible climate, scenery, or bike infrastructure than by bike. And why not extend your range with an e-bike? Easily see Sausalito, Tiburon, San Rafael, Mill Valley, even climb Mt Tamalpais.
Or maybe you're eager to try an electric bike on your commute or your favorite local ride? We offer rentals from our Marin County store available by the day. And up to two days rental fees can be applied towards a future purchase of an electric bike, should the experience move you.
The electric bike is the most common electric vehicle in places with serious congestion - major Chinese cities, Manhattan, and almost every large European metropolis. Electric bikes just makes sense when you want to stay active while living a modern, connected life that's low on traffic.
The truth is, a car is simply not always the best tool for the job. In fact, present day electric bikes have a range better than the Chevy Volt, while paying for themselves in 7 to 9 months in places like the San Francisco Bay Area.
Both of us have roots in the San Francisco Bay Area. Brett was born and raised atop a hill in San Francisco. Karen was born in Copenhagen, but moved when she was young to Sausalito, where her family has lived since the 1940's.
We met at UC Berkeley in Robert Reich’s public policy class and we've been together ever since. We’re pretty sure that our compatibility can be chalked up to shared ambition, a desire to go beyond the status quo, and a mutual contrarian streak.
Our passion for electric bikes can be attributed to many things, but the combination of growing up among San Francisco's legendary hills and a lasting desire to do good work for our community top the list.