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Freewheelin's is located in Loehmann's Plaza at
4000 Virginia Beach Boulevard, Suite 172

Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452-1743.
This is between the Rosemont Road and Independence Blvd. exits of the Virginia Beach Expressway, I-264. Click here for Directions
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(757) 486-4116

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New Year's Hours
We're taking three days off.

CLOSED Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday

10am - 7pm Weekdays
10am - 5pm Saturday 

Closed Sundays except in December.

Closed these holidays:
New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.


Why buy a bike from Freewheelin?

A guide to BMX Bikes

Electric Bicycles (e-bikes)

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Where To Ride

Freewheelin sponsors the Virginia Beach Bikeway map.

The Eastern Virginia Mountainbike Association (E.V.M.A) is a group of hard-working, dedicated riders who maintain trails in the Hampton Roads area. Please volunteer your time to help them.
All of the EVMA trails are on the peninsula. Go to for more information.

Sort of off-road: A section of U.S. 17 has been replaced. The old road is now a multi-use trail. Here is a link to Google Maps
The City of Chesapeake
website has more details.

Indian River Park (Ipswitch)

Northside Park in Norfolk.

Mount Trashmore, Williams Farm Park, and Woodstock Park Skate Parks are linked on this page of Virginia Beach Parks and Recreation.


HRT (Hampton Roads Transit) can now take your bike on a rack on the front of the bus. The rack can accept two (2) bikes. There is no additional charge for transporting a bike.
This new setup will allow a cyclist to cross the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnels. HRT route 61 is the bus to use. The schedule and map can be found
WARNING: The following routes DO NOT have bike racks:
24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 49, 85
Bike racks are not available on the VB Wave Trolley and NET Bus routes

Links to Manufacturers
Haro BMX, Dirt, and Freestyle bikes
Del Sol Cruisers, Comfort Bikes, Hybrids, Fixed Gear
S & M BMX Frames and parts
Fit Complete BMX bikes and parts
Cult Complete BMX bikes, Frames, and parts
Kink Complete BMX bikes and parts
Premium Complete BMX Bikes and parts
Sun Cruisers
Bell Sports Bell Helmets, Blackburn racks
Giro helmets
Thule The #1 roof rack in the world. Also strap-on and receiver mount rear racks.

Links to cycling clubs and organizations
Hampton BMX for BMX racing
EVMA Eastern Va. Mountainbike Association
Hampton Roads Cyclists
East Coasters in Roanoke
Snowshoe Mountain
North Carolina Bicycle Club Raleigh
Tarwheels Bicycle Club Orange, Durham, Wake, Alamance, and Chatham counties of North Carolina. 
Adventure Sports Directory
Racing at U.S.A. Cycling (formerly United States Cycling Federation)
League of American Bicyclists 
Adventure Cycling Association Trans-America bike routes.

Laws Relating to Bicycles

VDOT has a normal language page of bicycle laws with links to the underlying legalese.

Here is where to search for all Virginia laws about bicycles (in legalese).
Select "Code of Virginia" under the heading "Searchable Databases." Type "bicycle" into the search field.
[Sorry, previous attempts at linking directly to the results have proved problematic.]

You can find Virginia Beach City Ordinances here. See Chapter 7.

The City of Virginia Beach no longer issues bicycle licenses. A link to the page about that is here. Consider the National Bicycle Registry.

Donate your old bike

There is a great charity for old adult bicycles. Virginia Beach United Methodist Church has a program that reconditions bikes for those who need transportation.

Google Maps Mapquest Personally tested directions below
Directions from the Virginia Beach Oceanfront:
    Use the Virginia Beach Expressway, I-264.
    Take Exit #18 Rosemont Rd.
    Turn right at the bottom of the exit ramp, then get into the left or center lane.
    Turn left onto Virginia Beach Blvd.
    Loehmann's Plaza is on your right, after the 3rd traffic light at Kentucky Ave.
    There is a central entrance as well as access from each traffic light.
Freewheelin is just left of the central driveway, next to Dress Barn.

Directions from points West:
    Use the Virginia Beach Expressway, I-264.
    Take Exit #17B Independence Blvd., and stay to the right after merging.
        (Check out the back way below to bypass Town Center)
    Turn right onto Virginia Beach Blvd. at the third traffic light.
    Loehmann's Plaza is on your left after about 1 mile.
    Turn left at the light at Stepney Lane and then right into the parking lot.
Freewheelin is just before the central driveway, next to Dress Barn.

You can take the back way from Independence Blvd:
After exiting I-264, merge with traffic and then immediately change to the right lane.
    Make the first right onto Bonney Rd. and go about 1 mile.
    At what will be the third traffic light, turn left on Kentucky Ave.
    Cross Virginia Beach Blvd. and then turn left into the parking lot.
Freewheelin is just past the central driveway, next to Dress Barn.