Cumberland bike shop voted best in B.C.

Dodge City Cycles of Cumberland was voted one of the country's best bike shops on Canadian Cyclist.

Dodge City Cycles staff

Dodge City Cycles of Cumberland was voted one of the country’s best bike shops on Canadian Cyclist — one of 16 shops throughout eight regions to receive the prestigious award.

Canadian Cyclist readers cast the votes. A common thread for shops receiving the award is outstanding customer service and a passion for cycling.

Further information is at www.canadiancyclist.com.

Dodge City Cycles is entering its 13 year in business. The shop has been at the forefront of the mountain bike scene in the village. That scene has exploded into an international mountain bike destination.

The store owner and founder is Dan Espeseth.

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