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Recently Renovated West Georgia Cycling Shop Makes Big Strides

Adam Alvord, Owner of West Georgia Cycling (Photo by Jonathan Dockery)

West Georgia Cycling recently scored a huge accomplishment which owner Adam Alvord is very thankful for and showed his humility when asked about it. West Georgia Cycling was approached by Zagster to handle maintenance on its fleet of bikes around the Greenbelt. 

Zagster currently provides the bikes that can be rented and ridden on Carrollton’s Greenbelt. Adam says, “I’m a shop for everybody, and this is just an incredible addition to our business.” 

In late April Adam started on renovations inside the shop. He tells us, “We redid the floors, gave it a fresher look with a painted black epoxy, added a few new bike racks, and overall just organized it a bit.” 

With the addition of new bike racks comes more product that the bike shop can push out to customers. He continues, “The demand right now with Summer and Fall approaching is very high, and thankfully we have many bikes ready to roll out.” 

In addition to bike sales, Adam and his team repair bikes throughout the day. He says, “We are the shop that comes to you, or you can come to us for repairs.” 

Stop by West Georgia Cycling at 415 Bradley Street in Carrollton to see their expanded bike line and have Adam and his team help make your bike right. 

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