Alameda Bicycle is not just another bike shop, the staff here do what they love and love what they do! The store has…More been in business since 1969, but a local family took over in 1987. The friendly, knowledgeable staff can help you choose the right bike from a great selection of commuter, mountain, and road bikes. If you can't find what you need in the shop, a special order catalog is available, as well as repair and tune-up service. Alameda Bicycle is home of the Team Alameda – the road cycling club for all genders, ages and levels. It also manages the BART bike stations, offers free classes and rides, and supports local non-profits and schools through the Book4Bike program. It's been awarded Best of Alameda since 2007, and it was declared an International Mountain Bicycling Association 2009 Bronze Retailer Member. Alameda Bicycle is a true asset to the community.
Salvation Army 1918 Park St, Alameda, CA94501 Located on the north end of Park Street between Blanding Avenue and Clement Avenue, this large, warehouse-style thrift…More store sells clothing, furniture, home wares, bicycles and more. The Alameda store has frequent 50 percent off sales; donations are taken on-site. The Alameda Salvation Army store is closed on Sundays.
Alameda Marina 2021 Clement Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Built along the waterfront on the Alameda/Oakland estuary, Alameda Marina offers wet berths and dry boat, RV and camper…More storage, as well as industrial, warehouse and office space. The marina provides tenants with a full-service boat yard, sail lofts, three hoists and a wash-down area. Businesses are attracted by the freshly painted, paved, clean and orderly environment, with plenty of parking and proximity to the Oakland Airport, BART and ferry services. Already, 65 companies have found a home here. Among them are several marine-related businesses, but also companies such as Bly Meyers Engineering, Galloping Bicycles, The Japan Woodworker, Alameda Aikido, Excel Graphics, Hidden Connections and The Giant Peach.
Bay Farm Island Bridge Otis Dr & Fernside Blvd, Alameda, CA94501 This bridge connects the main island of Alameda to the Bay Farm section of the city. At almost 1000 feet in length, it…More is the longest draw bridge in the County. The Bay Farm Island Bicycle Bridge runs parallel the main bride. It is the only bicycle drawbridge in the country. No powered vehicles except wheelchairs are allowed on the bridge, which was built in the early 1990s largely with federal funds.
Stone's Cyclery 2320 Santa Clara Ave, Alameda, CA94501 A family-run business since 1943, Stone's Cyclery provides sell all kinds of Schwinn bikes and accessories, as well as…More custom-built Gunnar, Waterford, and Bob Jackson bicycles. After 60 years of being in business, these guys know what they're talking about when it comes to cycling.