Justin Carner points out several possible biking trails, on a map, in the Forks area and some closer to Port Angeles. Photo Christi Baron

Justin Carner points out several possible biking trails, on a map, in the Forks area and some closer to Port Angeles. Photo Christi Baron

Life Cycles opens in Forks

Life Cycles officially opened for business at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 5, with the first customer at 11:01 a.m. They are located at 781 S. Forks Ave., next to Laundry 101. Taking part in the ribbon cutting ceremony; Don Grafstrom, president West End Business and Professional Association, Aleana Carner (owner) and two-year-old Olivia, Christi Baron Pres. Forks Chamber, Justin Carner (owner) and the first customer Dave Williams.

Williams brought in his tricycle for a tune-up.

Just 10 minutes after opening, some travelers from out of the area stopped to get some information about places to bike. The shop will offer the sale of bikes and skateboards as well as accessories and parts and expand as they go along and see what customers need. The Carners’ future thoughts include bike rentals and possibly surf gear.

Aleana Carner said her husband Justin always wanted to open a bike shop so here they are!

They will be open Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Stop by and wish them good luck!

 

Pictured here Don Grafstrom, president West End Business and Professional Association, Aleana Carner (owner) and Olivia, Christi Baron Pres. Forks Chamber, Justin Carner (owner) and the first customer Dave Williams. They will be open Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Good luck! Photo by Lonnie Archibald

Pictured here Don Grafstrom, president West End Business and Professional Association, Aleana Carner (owner) and Olivia, Christi Baron Pres. Forks Chamber, Justin Carner (owner) and the first customer Dave Williams. They will be open Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Good luck! Photo by Lonnie Archibald