Jared and Heather Fisher are almost as passionate about sustainability and going green as they are about bikes. In 1992, the Fishers were newlyweds with a couple of bikes to rent out. Now, their business has grown into multiple locations, and expanded into touring, repairs, clothing and more.
This retail-bike business grew so quickly that Las Vegas Cyclery moved to a bigger, net-zero store in Summerlin, NV. This shop boasts hundreds of bikes, and runs on less energy than it consumes. The shop uses efficient lighting and heating systems that keep the store comfortable and sustainable.
Sustainability goes even further than the store building itself, though. They emphasize recycling materials and offer an electric bike charging station.The Fishes also run the Regional Transportation Commisison (RTC) Bike Center in downtown Las Vegas, which has free bike parking, along with bike rentals, same-day bike repairs, and more.
To learn more about Las Vegas Cyclery, visit lasvegascyclery.com