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Landry's Bicycles Opens in Braintree

The company opened a shop on Granite Street.

The new Landry's Bicycles in Braintree. Credit: Landry's Bicycles
The new Landry's Bicycles in Braintree. Credit: Landry's Bicycles
The following is from Landry's Bicycles, which opened a location in Braintree this month:

Landry's Bicycles has expanded its business to five stores with a new store now open in Braintree. Landry’s has signed a long-term lease to occupy 8,000 square feet of retail space on two levels at 44 Granite Street (Route 37). The building is owned and managed by the Flatley Company of Braintree.

Landry's Braintree store opened on April 5, and a Grand Opening Party is now planned for Thursday, May 1. The new store is managed by Patrick Flaherty, a longtime Landry's employee who has worked with the company since 1996.

“We are really looking forward to bringing Landry’s high standards of customer service to the South Shore cycling community, and we are eager to help increase bicycling activity in the area,” said Landry’s president and co-owner Peter Henry.

“We have been busy hiring and training staff to prepare for the new Braintree store,” he added. Landry’s also operates stores in Boston, Natick, Norwood, and Westborough.

Landry’s  new store in Braintree store features a bright and airy showroom with the area's best selection of bikes and accessories, a well-equipped bicycle service center, a comprehensive bike-fitting studio, and storage capacity for nearly 500 bikes. Located near the “Braintree Split,” the new store offers easy access from South Shore communities via Routes 1, 3, and Interstate 93.

“There's a lot of growth potential for bicycling on the South Shore between Boston and Cape Cod,” store manager Patrick Flaherty said. “We're looking to help develop road, mountain, recreational, and commuter bicycling in the area, especially with the Quincy Adams MBTA Station (Red Line) only 2 miles away and the nearby Neponset River Bike Trail that connects to Boston Harbor.”

The store is also conveniently located across the street from the eastern entrance of Blue Hills Reservation, which contains many miles of popular mountain-biking trails.

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