Harvest Cyclery | Bushwick



About Harvest

Harvest Cyclery has been serving the community in Bushwick since 2012, when we opened originally on Bushwick Avenue.

We offer a wide variety of new and used bikes to help get you around the city safely, efficiently, and in style. Used commuter and track bikes start at just $299 and we have all of the accessories you need including Abus Locks, Giro Helmets, and lights from Knog among others.

Apart from our selection of bikes and accessories we offer a full range of service ranging from flat fixes, to full overhauls of your bike to get you ready for the new season.



1158 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn NY


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      I brought my bike in for a tune up and a few other things as it hasn't been done in the few years I owned the bike.   The guys did a fantastic job.   The service was quick and efficient and they didn't even pressure me or try to up sell me a light for my bike.  I b definitely recommend place any one with a bike.   Best service in town! !!!

    thumb Krissy K.

      Over a week ago I brought to Harvest my Schwinn Racer' 74 with not working internal-gear hub . As repairing this kind of old style gear could be complicated we agreed not to repair it. They suggested the easiest solution so installing new wheel so bike would be just single speed. I was ok with that as i didn't want to pay for repair more then i paid for bike ($70). I made myself clear at the beginning: I don't want anything over $70. We agreed on that and I was told that the bike will be ready "in one or two working days". The bike wasn't ready for next 10 (TEN) days. As my phonecalls gave zero result I came there yesterday - the bike was obv still not ready. But after my visit finally someone installed that wheel. And when I came for my bike I was told that it gonna cost...$90. I remind them that we've agreed that it not gonna cost more the $70. And I was waiting 10 days, not 2. Nobody was trying to get in touch with me during those ten days explaining that it will take longer and it'll be more expensive. Extremely rude owner was just expecting that I'll accept everything and pay. And was very surprised  that that i'm not happy, saying to me that "this is business". Well, it's far away from business.

    I don't get it. I just wanted to have my bike done, pay for it and go. Really nothing special. I really can understand that some delays or problems that could change the price. Just let your clients know about it, be in touch. Some misunderstanding? Fine, let's try to find a solution that works for both sides. But no, the owner of this place just chose to show that "he rules". Oh, and if you can't be nice, just try not to be rude. ...Ok I strongly suggest to keep away from this place - waist of time.

    thumb Eryk S.

      This is what bike shops are supposed to be like. The guys that work there are awesome, super knowledgable and generally helpful. The rates are exceptional and often times if you buy something from them they'll just throw it on your bike for free, and if they do charge you for service they usually give your bike a good once over for anything they can fix quick for you. There are two bike shops closer to my house and I always take my business over to Harvest because they're as good as it gets.

    thumb Sean S.