Whether you're an amateur cyclist who needs to mend a flat or an expert on the hunt for a custom build, the staff at Brickell Bikes has got you covered. Upon arrival, you'll meet Nugget — the resident golden-hued French bulldog, who greets you at the door. If Nugget doesn't sell you on a bike, the impressive showroom will. From simple cruisers to sophisticated road machines, the staff will guide you to the bike of your dreams — or at the very least a bike to cruise you on out of 2020. Owner Robbie Zamora features brands like Bianchi, All-City, and Fyxation. Prices start around $399 and go up — well, as any cyclist will tell you, for custom builds of the sort Zamora describes as "some cool damn bikes," prices go up as high as you want them to. If you're not ready to buy, no problem: Brickell Bikes offers hassle-free rentals that are easily booked online. And those looking to socialize with fellow cyclists (at a six-foot distance, of course) should check out Brickell Bike's social-media pages for info on group rides and Critical Mass activations.