Location   6465 Village Ln. Macungie, PA 18062    610-966-3646    Mon, Wed-Fri: 10-7   |   Tues: 10-6   |   Sat: 10-5   |   Sun: 12-3

The Official Bike Shop of The Lehigh Valley Velodrome ("T-Town")


Velo Shop Athletes

Kim Geist

Born and bread in the Lehigh Valley, Kim began racing bicycles at the young age of nine when she was introduced to the sport of track cycling at the Lehigh Valley Velodrome (now  the Valley Preferred Cycling Center) in Trexlertown, PA.  Since then she has gone on to win multiple world championships and was an Olympic Long Team member in 2016. 

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Major Career Accomplishments:

2017 World Champion

2017 World Cup Champion

2016 Olympic Long Team Member

2015 World Championship Bronze Medalist

2015 #1 Ranked Rider in the World

2014 Pan American Champion

2007 Pan American Games Team Member

2-Time Junior World Championship Medalist

32-Time USA National Champion

Former Pan Am and National Record Holder

3 Years Professional Road Cyclist

Kim Zubris

Kim began her competitive riding career while attending Boston University.  In 2016 Kim's cycling career took off with a National Championship in the Madison, while riding with her teammate and coach, Kim Geist.  In the upcoming 2017/18 season Kim has set high goals to not only defend her championship in the Madion but to win the Omnium, Points Race and Scratch Race at the USA Cycling Elite National Championships.

Major Career Accomplishments:

• 8th – UCI Elite Track World Championships Madison (Hong Kong, China)

• 10th – UCI Elite Track World Cup Los Angeles Madison (Carson, CA)

• 2nd – Pan American Elite Track Championships Madison (Couva, Trinidad)

• 1st – UCI CL1 Etappe 4 Bahnentournee Madison (Öschelbronn, Germany)

• 2nd – UCI CL1 Etappe 4 Bahnentournee Madison (Dudenhofen, Germany)

• 2nd – USA Cycling Elite Track National Championships Points Race (Carson, CA)

• 3rd – UCI CL1 Etappe 4 Bahnentournee Madison (Oberhausen, Germany)

Eddie Dawkins

The man they call "Big Dawk" has been at the vanguard of New Zealand's emergence as a formidable sprint powerhouse. He rode man-three in the Kiwis' triumphant Team Sprint trio at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and 2014 World Championships.

He has won World Championship and Commonwealth Game medals in the Sprint and Keirin.

Dawkins formed a key part of the sprint team that was relegated to second place in the 2015 World Championships  but then won his second world title in Team Sprint in the London Olympic Games in 2016, and followed this with his second successive silver medal in the Keirin.

Dawkins rode the track sprint at the London 2012 Olympic Games, therefore Rio will be his second Olympic Games.

In the summer of 2017 while representing The Velo Shop, Eddie broke the T-Town flying 200 track record with a time of 10.141.

Notable Accomplishments

Silver medalist in Team Sprint at the 2016 Rio Olympics

Back to back World Champion in Team Sprint in 2016 and 2017

Gold medalist in Team Sprint at the 2014 Commonwealth Games

World Cup Series Sprint leader in 2013-2014

New Zealand flying 200m record holder 9.901