Inside the Hometown Bicycles bicycle adventure center

Everyone in, around, and involved with our shop is here because they love bicycles, they love cyclists, and they LOVE getting cyclists BACK on their bicycles.

Thanks to the world’s coolest customers and community, we’ve grown from a tiny, service-only shop to a Bicycle Adventure Center that literally spans over half a roller rink. But our proudest accomplishment is that, through it all, we’ve stayed true to our core:

1) BICYCLES AREN’T JUST WHAT WE DO – THEY ARE THE ONLY THING WE DO. Since we’re the only single-sport bicycle shop in Livingston County, you can always expect ‘exceptional’.

2) WE’RE AN ANTI-BIKE-SNOB OPERATION – if it’s a bicycle, we’ll work on it!

3) WE OFFER SAME DAY REPAIR WITH IN-STOCK PARTS, and daily parts ordering.


Our community has voted us Best Bike Shop in Southeast MI 5 years running, and our mission is to keep EARNING that level of loyalty and faith year after year.

Family. Friendship. Fun. Freedom. That’s how we roll here at Hometown Bicycles.



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Carine Joannou, CEO of Jamis BicyclesBuilding the perfect bike is an impossible goal, but it’s the only one that’s worthwhile. In fact , we’ve been at it most of our lives. CEO and President Carine Joannou (left) has been successfully leading and directing G. Joannou Cycle, our parent company, since taking over from her father in 1981.

What began as a modest regional distributor of imported European bicycles and parts in 1937 has grown into a national powerhouse with international distributors throughout the world. GJC is now Greg Webber, VP of Product Development at Jamis Bicyclesone of the oldest, largest bicycle companies under original family ownership in America.

Greg Webber, Vice President of Product Development (right) has been with Jamis since the first Earth Cruiser rolled out in 1979 and eagerly joined Carine’s winning team when GJC acquired Jamis in 1990. Their commitment, passion and leadership inspires the rest of us bike addicts at Jamis to not settle for “good enough”. The whole team aims for nothing short of perfection all day, every day.

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