Boasting a rich mixture of history with beauty, Atlanta is at the epicenter of culture and commerce. Home to world’s busiest airport and one of the country’s largest concentrations of Fortune 500 companies, Atlanta’s transportation infrastructure is both diverse and complex. As the city continually develops, so does the needs of its cyclists. Despite the humid climate and hilly topography, more of us are riding bicycles every day and exploiting both the health benefits of increased physical activity and the time savings of commuting by bike. Moreover, the city’s transportation plan is calling for 226 miles of bike lanes by 2020 and Velofix Atlanta will be there serve you all along the way!
Each Velofix Mobile Bike Shop is locally owned and operated by residents within those communities. Velofix Atlanta is proudly owned & operated by Blake Williams, a former triathlete and native to the surrounding Atlanta area. Blake’s passion for cycling, customer service and community involvement are unparalleled. If you are exhausted of the classic bike shop experience and desire on-demand service, competitive pricing and a 100% service guarantee, you should know our mantra is simple: Premium experience, consistent service, every time. We encourage you to reach out and experience this white-glove service first-hand. No matter your needs, large or small, complex or simple, our goal is to save you time so you can ride more. Call us or book online today to schedule your next service!
Meet your Owner & Operator
A recent graduate of Liberty University with a degree in Business and Social Science, Blake Williams has an infectious personality on and off the bike. His passion for cycling and entrepreneurial spirit personify the Velofix model. Blake is a Category 3 Road and Cyclocross racer as well as a UBI certified Professional Bicycle Technician. While previously living in New Orleans, he was the General Manager of Bayou Bikes. Perhaps contrary to the general population, Blake’s favorite pastime is getting lost in the mountains on his road bike. If that’s not possible, he’ll settle for any ride that has elevation >1,000 ft per 10 miles.