“A business is finally going into one of the Huling Bros. locations”

September 17, 2009 at 5:18 pm | In West Seattle businesses, West Seattle news | 5 Comments


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The headline is in quotes because it’s one of the first lines in an e-mail we received today from Craig Undem of Cycle University. As he notes, Cycle U has been offering “spin-type classes the last 2 winters at the Senior Center in The Junction” (here’s a 9/07 WSB item) and now they’re moving into the old Huling (and briefly Gee) Chrysler showroom at 4550 Fauntleroy (Google Street View above; map). He adds, “We will be having fitness classes and selling bikes and offering bicycle repair.” We’re working to find out more about their plans, and will bring you details in a followup.

5 Comments

  1. Sounds like a good business to take over a spot that needs a business.

    Comment by Mike — 9:54 pm September 17, 2009 #

  2. Yeah! I moved to this area almost two years ago, and until today hadn’t heard of anything happening. That’s fabulous news! I’m excited for my mini neighborhood to shed its ghost-town feel. :D

    Comment by Lindsey — 9:26 am September 18, 2009 #

  3. Cycle U is a great local business. My wife Jeanne and I have taken classes with them the last couple of winters at the Senior Center this is a good news story for all.

    Comment by Mark — 9:57 pm September 18, 2009 #

  4. Congrats Craig and Joy on the expanded location. Can’t wait to check out the new place. Best to you

    Comment by Susan — 1:23 pm September 19, 2009 #

  5. Craig just paid me a visit to let me know about his pending opening. He will be open in a few days. He will be stocking Specialized bicycles. Cool! Craig is probably the most honest person you will ever meet (besides me!). I wish him well. Looking forward to seeing the new space. One thing is for sure…. glad to see a bicycle business going into a former car business. Yeah bikes!

    Cheers, Aaron

    Comment by Aaron Goss — 3:19 pm October 2, 2009 #

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