WE ARE THE BEST IN CYCLING BRANDS AND SERVICE.
As Atlanta’s premiere bike shop, Fresh Bikes is raising the level of customer service standards and expectations for cyclists. We focus on top of the line customer service, offer entry-level and high-end boutique bikes sales, demo bikes, rental bikes, and we keep up with all bike service and maintenance. We are a certified Fox Racing Shox and Rock Shox Service Center and handle all levels of fork and shock rebuilds.
With more than 20 years of combined bike industry experience, we are well equipped, knowledgeable, and passionate about helping you purchase and service your bikes for years to come. The Fresh demo and rental programs allow you to test and try out products in the field under real riding conditions before making any purchase decision.
WE GIVE BACK TO OUR COMMUNITY TO ENCOURAGE HEALTHY LIFESTYLES THRU CYCLING.
We are passionate about helping our community through donating our time and resources.
We achieve this through our Donation Bike Program, the Annual Big Creek Quick Six Enduro Race at Big Creek mountain bike park, and charity events throughout the year.
We proudly support the following charities/non-profits:
WE GIVE BACK TO OUR VETERANS THROUGH MTB VETS
ABOUT MTB VETS
WHY WE RIDE
MTB Vets exists exclusively for our veterans. It’s an honor and privilege to provide our veterans an outlet to seek health, happiness, and purpose through a mountain biking community of comrades. We ride – we thrive!
WHO WE ARE
We are veterans who understand the potential challenges of transitioning into and thriving within the civilian community – the lack of purpose, the flashbacks to dark days and memories of good days, the longing for brotherhood camaraderie, and the loss of identity. When you join the military, you join a big family; when you leave the military, it may feel like you’ve left your family ... which is uncomfortable and unnerving.
We understand because we’ve been there.
We want to help because we’ve lost brothers to the darkness of those challenges.
We know we can make a difference.
As proud veterans and enthusiastic mountain bikers, we firmly believe in ‘trail therapy’. The trail challenges the body, stimulates the mind, and soothes the soul … and your riding companions become family. You belong.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
To reach and provide for as many veterans as possible, we need your help!! We graciously accept your donations of money, equipment, and/or time. Your donations help us provide not only our services, but also full equipment for riders in need.
Many thanks to our recent awesome contributors – we appreciate you!
Quality Bicycle Products (QBP) generously awards MTB Vets a $5000 Community Grant
JM Apparel donates 50% of its proceeds from their Memorial Day shirt sales
Scott Law Group provides pro-bono legal services
Eric Duncan provides graphic support
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MAKE A DONATION
To make a donation of money, time or equipment, please reach out via the link below. We would love to get your support to help take care of our veterans who are in need.
The Fresh Bikes shop is located off of Old Alabama Road in the Holcomb Bridge Crossing shopping center. We are a couple hundred yards south of the Big Creek Park mountain bike trails and the Big Creek Greenway trail system. This allows us to ride, test and demo bikes, offering an unmatched experience for our customers.
We are also within riding distance of the Riverside/Azalea road biking areas and the City of Roswell's bike-friendly Mayor's Ride route.
Shawn Brunner is the owner of Fresh Bike Service, Inc. and handles the day-to-day operations and management. With over 18 years in the bike industry, Shawn has worked as an Assistant Operations Manager at Yeti Cycles – one of the top bike manufacturers in the world. He has published articles in cycling magazines and wrote several owners’ manuals for Yeti Cycles. He has produced, directed, and starred in an instructional bicycle maintenance and repair DVD, “WRENCHED”. He has also served as neutral support at the Dirty Spokes and Chain Buster Endurance Series, and served two years on the Board of Directors for RAMBO-SORBA.