End of the road for LoHi bamboo bike shop

Photo by George Demopoulos.

Photo by George Demopoulos.

A bike shop in one of Denver’s hippest neighborhoods has hit the brakes.

Bambucycles, a LoHi bike shop that specialized in bamboo-built rides and also sold cold-pressed juices and kombucha, has gone dark.

The company’s website and email service have shut down and its phone number has been disconnected.

Bambucycles, located at 2563 16th St. on a high-visibility corner of LoHi, opened as a showroom for Fort Collins-based bamboo bike builder Panda Bicycles in 2012, according to its Facebook page. Panda Bicycles’ website also has gone dark.

Bambucycles also sold cold-pressed juice, kombucha and salads for prices ranging from $6 to $12, according to a menu on its Facebook page.

Attempts to contact the building’s owner were not returned by press time.

Photo by George Demopoulos.

Photo by George Demopoulos.

Bambucycles, a LoHi bike shop that specialized in bamboo-built rides and also sold cold-pressed juices and kombucha, has gone dark.

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