City Grounds is an urban cycling boutique based out of Southern California. We've got you covered from basic tune-ups and installations to custom wheel-builds and complete overhauls. City Grounds' mission is to gather and serve the local cycling community with quality merchandise, impeccable service, and a point-of-destination for cycling in the city! Come by and check out our extensive selection of complete bikes, framesets, components, and gear. Whether you are new to fixed gear cycling or have been riding for years, our knowledgeable staff will be more than happy to walk you through a custom build and help you make an informed purchase.
435 East 1st Street
Long Beach, CA 90802
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Mon: 11am - 7pm
Wed-Sat: 11am - 7pm
Sun: 11am - 5pm
1810 Newport Boulevard
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
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Our Costa Mesa Store is
closed and will be moving
to a new, larger location in
Irvine, CA in Spring 2014!
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