Carytown Bicycle Co. closes store at Winterfield Crossing

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The now-shuttered Carytown Bicycle Co. shop at Winterfield Crossing. (Jack Jacobs photo)

After about a decade in Chesterfield County, a local bike shop chain has ended its operations south of the river.

Carytown Bicycle Co. recently closed its store at Winterfield Crossing shopping center.

It wasn’t clear what motivated the exit from the storefront in the Midlothian area of Chesterfield, or exactly when the shop had its last day of business. As of earlier this week, a sign taped to the entrance declared the location “permanently closed.”

The company’s stores at 3112 W. Cary St. in Richmond and 301 Maltby Blvd. in western Henrico remain open.

Carytown Bicycle’s website featured a brief statement, which looked to have been posted sometime after early April, that noted the Winterfield Crossing store ended operations but the other two locations “are still going strong.”

The now-shuttered Midlothian store’s manager, Jason Anderson, who also manages the company’s Henrico shop, declined to comment when reached Thursday.

The company’s Chesterfield store moved to Winterfield Crossing in 2019, relocating from its original location at Westchester Commons that opened in 2015.

At Winterfield Crossing, the store operated in a 2,000-square-foot space at 14267 Winterview Parkway, next to restaurant Teriyaki Madness in a retail strip fronting Midlothian Turnpike.

Carytown Bicycle’s exit from the center follows the locally founded brand’s acquisition in 2022 by Specialized Bicycle Components, a major bikes and parts retailer in the cycling industry. The California-based company didn’t respond to requests for comment for this story.

Carytown Bicycle was started in Carytown in 2007. It opened its location on Maltby Boulevard, which is in the GreenGate shopping center in Short Pump, in 2017.

Winterfield Crossing is anchored by coworking chain Gather and an Aldi grocery store. Other tenants at the center include Fleet Feet, Wong’s Tacos and Virginia Credit Union, among others.

Newer tenants to the center include vegan bakery Cinnaholic and Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, both of which are planning to open soon.

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The now-shuttered Carytown Bicycle Co. shop at Winterfield Crossing. (Jack Jacobs photo)

After about a decade in Chesterfield County, a local bike shop chain has ended its operations south of the river.

Carytown Bicycle Co. recently closed its store at Winterfield Crossing shopping center.

It wasn’t clear what motivated the exit from the storefront in the Midlothian area of Chesterfield, or exactly when the shop had its last day of business. As of earlier this week, a sign taped to the entrance declared the location “permanently closed.”

The company’s stores at 3112 W. Cary St. in Richmond and 301 Maltby Blvd. in western Henrico remain open.

Carytown Bicycle’s website featured a brief statement, which looked to have been posted sometime after early April, that noted the Winterfield Crossing store ended operations but the other two locations “are still going strong.”

The now-shuttered Midlothian store’s manager, Jason Anderson, who also manages the company’s Henrico shop, declined to comment when reached Thursday.

The company’s Chesterfield store moved to Winterfield Crossing in 2019, relocating from its original location at Westchester Commons that opened in 2015.

At Winterfield Crossing, the store operated in a 2,000-square-foot space at 14267 Winterview Parkway, next to restaurant Teriyaki Madness in a retail strip fronting Midlothian Turnpike.

Carytown Bicycle’s exit from the center follows the locally founded brand’s acquisition in 2022 by Specialized Bicycle Components, a major bikes and parts retailer in the cycling industry. The California-based company didn’t respond to requests for comment for this story.

Carytown Bicycle was started in Carytown in 2007. It opened its location on Maltby Boulevard, which is in the GreenGate shopping center in Short Pump, in 2017.

Winterfield Crossing is anchored by coworking chain Gather and an Aldi grocery store. Other tenants at the center include Fleet Feet, Wong’s Tacos and Virginia Credit Union, among others.

Newer tenants to the center include vegan bakery Cinnaholic and Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, both of which are planning to open soon.

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