Visit Landry's new store location in Boston!
Landry's Boston store has MOVED to a new location, and our new store is now open. We haven't gone very far, though — just a few blocks up the street to a larger location at 1048 Commonwealth Avenue:
Landry's Boston Features
Leadership - Landry's Boston
Mark Vautour - Store Manager
Calvin Vandor - Assistant Store Manager
Dan Fitzgibbons - Bike Fitter
More space for hosting community events
"The Boston area has become such a vibrant hub of cycling activity in the past 10 years, and our new store space enables us to serve the community even better than before," says Mark Vautour, a longtime Landry's employee who started his career with the company 20 years ago. "Everyone at Landry's is super-excited about our new location, and we're looking forward to welcoming and hosting customers and friends in our new store. The bigger space and added parking now gives us the opportunity to host more events and rides to give back to the community."
New protected bike lanes on Comm Ave
The City of Boston is currently installing protected bike lanes on both sides of Commonwealth Avenue between Packard's Corner and the BU Bridge. These new protected bike lanes are designed for bikes only – with granite curbs between the sidewalks and parked cars. Landry's staff advocated for installing protected bike lanes along Comm Ave to make the street safer for all users.
Landry's ranked as one of America's top bike shops
Committed to building better bicycling
Landry’s Bicycles has been named one of America’s Best Bike Shops by the National Bicycle Dealers Association again this year. In addition to providing great shopping experiences, America’s Best Bike Shops are rated on community service as well as support for bicycle advocacy both locally and nationally.
"We believe in giving back to the community, and we are actively involved with advancing safer bicycling," stated Jack Johnson, Landry’s marketing director. "The City of Boston has been nationally designated as a Bicycle Friendly Community since 2011," he noted, "and everyone at Landry's is really excited to help improve the quality of bicycling in the Boston area."
Serving New England bicyclists since 1922
An employee-owned company
Founded in 1922, Landry's Bicycles now operates a "growing family" of bicycle stores. Starting in 2010, Landry's ownership transitioned to an ESOP (employee stock ownership plan), and all core staff now own shares in the company. As co-owners, Landry's staff have a vested interest in collaborative teamwork and exceptional customer service. Read more about Landry's.