- We are OPEN (to the truth)
- NO Masks Required (We want to see your beautiful smile!)
- Handshakes OK
- HUGS very OK!
- But to make everyone happy and safe, we wash our hands and disinfect our bikes, helmets, and surfaces each day 🙂
- Monday-Friday 10:00-5:00PM
- Saturday 10-4PM
- Sunday: By Appointment
- 412 E. Venice Ave. Venice, FL 34285
Our Store Our Story
We believe in doing what you love!
We wanted to start a new business where we could get out of our offices and get outside for some fresh air and to meet new friends.
We wanted to add some fun into our lives while we worked, and not just “work” for a living. So we decided to start Big Bam Bikes, after finding out how much fun electric bikes are.
We also found that not everyone in Florida was familiar with electric bikes, we weren’t when we started. Knowing that we dove head first into a new and exciting business with the expectation of bringing some fun into our lives, and sharing it with you too!
Since we suspect many of you will be new to electric bikes like we were, we did a lot of research to find the best ebikes in the market at an affordable entry-level price, because that’s what we would have done too. We also carry “fancier” ebikes for you to upgrade later, once you’ve gotten your feet wet and fallen in love with them.
Our team includes Michigan Kenny bicycle enthusiast extraordinaire, who knows everything there is to know about bikes and will fix yours, including regular bikes; Mighty Mitch, who is big and strong, smart and nice, and loves to help people; Chloe the Shop Mascot, who will lick you to pieces if you let her; and Pamela and Ray, the owners who love meeting and helping our Bammers. Together, we have the perfect team to help you buy the right electric bike, and help you keep it in tip-top shape after!
Do you own a traditional trike you would like to turn electric? We do lots of conversion kits on trikes. Stop by and talk to our fellas about converting your trike.
Come see us!!
Our address is 412 E. Venice Avenue, just off the island on Venice Avenue across from the Train Depot and under the bridge. It’s a little tricky to find, but we hope that once you figure it out you will be glad you did!