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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      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.

      The least I can do is write a glowing review about Harvest. They go above and beyond. I came in today shopping for a new bike and Kevin helped me for over an hour (even while it was busy!) giving me his attention, answering my questions with zero condescension, coming up with creative solutions to my issues, and giving me a fair, uncomplicated quote. Unprompted, he came out to look at my current bike and offered to fix it up for me for less than a new bike would cost. He really wanted to see me leave that shop happy and satisfied. This place has my absolute trust.

    thumb Becky U.

      awesome local shop for all your commuter needs and also stocked with a ton of rare bikes and assorted parts that you can't find anywhere else. laid back environment is also a huge plus. I feel a lot more comfortable talking to these guys than most bike mechanics

    thumb Nic G.