Americans Turn Away from Bike Shops

ALLENTOWN, USA – In the past twelve years the average number of visits to bike shops in the United States is down across the board. This is one of the results of the American Bicyclist Study conducted by the Gluskin Townley Group on the American retail market.
The number of visits made to a bike shop dropped 24 percent from nearly 10 visits per year in 2000 to 7 visits per year in 2012.