It is a rare occurence to meet someone who is living his dream. While many can say they enjoy their profession, their dream may be halfway around the world. When you meet those rare people, you know it right away. There is a sparkle in their eyes, a contagious enthusiasm, a pride in the way they speak of their craft that leaves you feeling better to have made their acquaintance.
I recently met such a person. His name is Kris Dunbar owner of Aztec Cycles in Stone Mountain Village. Like many Northern transplants, Dunbar moved to Atlanta in 1996 "in search of something new." What he found was a platform to perfect his childhood passion of riding and repairing bicycles.
For 15 years Dunbar worked as service manager at a local bicycle shop right outside of the city of Decatur, Georgia. In 2010 - 25 years after fixing his first bike - Kris felt that the time was right to open the doors to his own brick and mortar cycling shop.r at a local bicycle shop right outside of the city of Decatur, Georgia. In 2010 - 25 years after fixing his first bike - Kris felt that the time was right to open the doors to his own brick and mortar cycling shop.
Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
We have groups meet at our shop and take a nice casual ride on the Bike Path right here in Stone Mountain that go's to
from Stone Mountain into Atlanta and also around beautiful Stone Mountain. Every week offer Wednesday and Saturday rides from the shop.
Ladies only group rides ( L.I.P.S means Ladies Into Pedaling Successfully)
We try to challenge people to go a little further than they have before.