Erik’s Bike Shop Announces The Opening of Their New Location in Grafton, WI.
Grafton, WI, December 17, 2013 - Erik’s Bike Shop announces the opening of their 21st location at 1275 Washington Street in Grafton Wisconsin, this Saturday, December 21st. Located footsteps away from the Milwaukee River and a short pedal from the Ozaukee Interurban Trail.
Erik’s took over the space previously occupied by Grafton Ski and Cyclery and renovated the 7,000 square foot space to transform it into an all-new ski, snowboard and bicycle shop.
Located near great skiing and cycling opportunities, the new location is ideal for skiers and cyclists in Ozaukee and Washington counties as well as the greater Milwaukee area.
“We are excited to bring Erik’s service and great selection to the residents of Grafton and the greater Milwaukee area. Whether you are a skier, snowboarder, or cyclist we’ve got the right equipment for you, plus the knowledge and service to keep you going” said Erik Saltvold, Founder and owner of Erik’s Bike Shop.
Erik’s carries bikes by Specialized, Raleigh, Wilier and Haro as well as other brands. Erik’s has been a Specialized Dealer since 1987, and has been a national leader of the brand ever since.
During the winter, Erik’s sells Elan, Line, Fischer and K2 skis as well as snowboards by K2, Ride, Lib Tech , Gnu, Capita and Roxy. Erik’s has all of the gear you need to enjoy winter!
Erik’s Bikes Shop was founded by Erik Saltvold in his parent’s barn 36 years ago when he was only 13-years-old. The bike retailer now operates 21 locations in Minnesota and Wisconsin and has grown to over 300 employees. Erik’s Bike Shop has won dozens of industry awards including several Top Retailer and Gold Star Retailer awards from Bicycle Retailer. In the winter months, Erik’s also offers Skis and snowboards. For more information on Erik’s locations and services, visit eriksbikeshop.com.
Specialized Bicycle Components was founded in 1974 by riders for riders. Headquartered in Morgan Hill, CA, Specialized focuses on rider needs by designing functional and technologically advanced products that provide a performance benefit. For more information on Specialized’s bikes and equipment, visit specialized.com.
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