Brooks’ Bike Shop is located at 416 E. Gibson St. (on the Tammany Trace) in historic downtown Covington. Brooks’ is a full-service bicycle shop featuring new and restored bikes, repairs, rentals and merchandise. Dealer for Fuji, SE, Phat, Tuesday and Breezer, plus a full range of used bikes in great condition at great prices.
Brooks’ Bike Shop carries a full range of accessories and custom items, plus long boards and three wheelers. Brooks’ also rents kayaks for your next trip to the river!
Brooks’ Bike Shop is also the World Headquarters of the Covington Bicycle Club, the active local group for bicycling enthusiasts. This month, the Club rides on Thursday evenings, ending up at the Covington Trailhead for the Rockin’ the Rails Free Concert Series. For more information about the Covington Bicycle Club, call 985-237-3658 and Patrick Brooks will be happy to talk to you about it. More information online at brooksbikeshop.com
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