Monthly Archives: June 2009

Flying Pigeon Racer Now Available

Our shipment of Flying Pigeon brand bicycles arrived at our doors in August of 2008 (on my wedding night), and a crew of friends helped me and my brother unload hundreds of bicycles all night long. I’ve spent the last few months thinking of little else but the logistics of building, selling and repairing these […]


Golden Lion Stops In

Since starting our business in August of 2008, we’ve set ourselves up as one of the few places in North America that deals in rod brakes, roadster bike parts, cotters, and 28 x 1 1/2″ tires. Every now and again, a fellow gear-head (or hopeful amateur) tracks us down to help restore their old bike […]


Gazelle and Batavus Dutch Bikes In Stock

Looking for a stylish, well-designed, bicycle? A bike you can ride in shorts or a long flowing skirt with equal ease and comfort? Look no further: Flying Pigeon LA has a ton of dutch bikes to choose from (with more on the way, and the ability to special order the Dutch bike of your dreams).


Flying Pigeon Inspired Rides Taking Off

Being tied down to the shop most days, we don’t get to go on fun rides with the Midnight Ridazz or the local Eastside Bike Club. It turns out that despite our poor attendance at LA’s social bike rides, our little shop has had some influence in the local bike world!

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Team Flying Pigeon LA Completes LA Marathon

Yes, friends, you read that right – we managed to complete (as in finish) a complete marathon early in the morning on of Monday, May 25, 2009 in the streets of Los Angeles. Well, not the marathon exactly – but its two-wheeled cousin, the Acura LA Bike Tour. While we’ve been retrofitting some Flying Pigeons […]


de LaB Design-n-Dim-Sum Ride – June 20, 2009

We’re kicking the summer off with a few of our favorite things…bikes, design, and some dim sum! Join us Saturday, June 20th as we hit the streets for the first-ever de LaB Design-n-Dim-Sum Ride.

We’ll rendez-vous in Highland Park with our friends at Flying Pigeon and Fung + Blatt before making our way to Chinatown to visit Fifth Floor and LOC on Chung King Road. Then, dim sum and Tsingtao! We’re working out the details and will soon post more information on how/when to RSVP.

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