Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting held for Revolution Bike Shop

Revolution Bike Shop in Solana Beach hosted a ribbon-cutting event on Sept. 13. Solana Beach Mayor Joe Kellejian attended the event, as well as other community members. Revolution Bike Shop sells bikes, parts, apparel, and does repairs and full servicing.  They also have bikes for rent. They are located at 235 S. Hwy 101 or visit them on the web at www.revolutionbikeshop.com; 858-222-BIKE.

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