The Joseph W. Fridrich Coal and Feed store, circa 1890, the earliest known photo of our store.

Welcome to Fridrich’s!

Fridrich’s is practically an institution in Cleveland.  We started out as a coal and feed store back in 1883, and moved across the street to our current location, here in Ohio City, in the 1890’s.  Since then, we have expanded to become one of the oldest and largest bike shops in the U.S.A.!

Our goal is to provide superior customer service, whether you are looking for a new bike, need a simple repair, or just want to buy an inner tube.  We pride ourselves on having the largest selection of bicycles and parts in northeast Ohio, and our 10,000+ square feet of retail space (and triple that in storage and work areas) makes that possible. 

We are much more than just a store that sells bikes!  We carry retro-styled Radio Flyer tricycles, InStep pedal cars, other kids' items, and wagons from Radio Flyer and Berlin Flyer (still Amish-made in Berlin, Ohio!).  We offer bike rentals and pick-up / delivery service.  In the winter months, we sell snow goods: plastic and foam sleds, saucers, Flexible Flyer wooden sleds, toboggans, and much more! 

We're proud to be a local, successful, family-owned business here in Cleveland, still operated by the grandson of the man that started it over 132 years ago.  Stop by some time to check out our store; we’d be glad to show you around!!


















While we are open year-round, our hours vary with the seasons.  We are now in our spring schedule, 7 days a week until late September, with expanded hours as the weather gets warmer..

Memorial Day:

Please note that we will be open on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25th, from 12:00 to 4:00, and will have our normal 12:00-4:00 hours on Sunday, May 23rd.

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Fridrich Bicycle, Inc.

Family owned,  in Ohio City...

                                  Since 1883!

Welcome to the website for Fridrich Bicycle, Inc.  We are now in our spring schedule: open seven days a week.  Bring your bike in for repair now so that it is all ready for summer!

The front of the store in 1955. At the time the trolley cars were still running and newer electric buses shared the tracks with them.

A recent photo of our store.
















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