Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Pedego Electric Bikes Will Ride Into Midtown Row This Fall

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WILLIAMSBURG-Pedego Electric Bikes is the latest tenant to sign on to the new Midtown Row mixed-use development complex at the corner of Richmond Road and Monitcello Avenue.

Pedego Electric Bikes, which will open in the fall of 2021, will offer tours of Colonial Williamsburg, College of William & Mary, the Virginia Capital Trail, and the Colonial Parkway.

This is the third Pedego Electric Bikes location for owners Kevin and Amy Oliver, who first opened other bike stores in Norfolk in 2018.

“We are especially excited because Williamsburg and surrounding areas have so many beautiful riding areas, and there are so many fascinating scenic rides that are possible,” Amy Oliver said in a release.

Pedego Electric Bikes will offer sales, rentals, tours, and service of their electric bikes as well as accessories and safety wear. The company is also a dealer for Onewheel Boards & Accessories, Thule Racks & Trailers, Hollywood Racks, Thousand Helmets, Sena Bluetooth Helmets, Tannus Armour Tire Liners, and Lines Bikes of Venice.

Pedego Electric Bikes joins several other previously announced commercial tenants that have opened or plan to open in Midtown Row including the newly reopened Earth Fare as well as Queen Nails and Spa, Matchsticks BBQ Co., Shear Magic Salon, and Amiraj Indian Modern Kitchen.

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