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    Fresh Face: Let’s Roll

    Tim Hill and Ryan Finger are brothers-in-law, business partners, and owners of Lancaster City’s new electric bike shop, Let’s Roll.

     

    When Ryan’s father bought an electric bike several years ago, the guys couldn’t wait to take it out for a spin. They loved how riding brought back memories of childhood days spent riding dirt bikes, and they purchased their own cycles the next day.

     

    While they discovered a mutual love for riding electric bikes, they didn’t expect to find a larger community of people who shared their interest —but they did. Without a spot in Lancaster for people to rent, buy, or repair electric cycles, the pair saw a need and jumped to fill the void.

     

    Let’s Roll opened its door in May 2022, giving electric bike enthusiasts a place within city limits where they could talk shop, ask questions, and geek out about the latest models.

     

    The duo has big ideas for how their business could change the way Lancaster residents commute. As gas prices rise and traffic becomes increasingly more congested, Let’s Roll wants to offer an alternative way to get around.

     

    “We are trying to get people to stash the keys and take a bike more often,” Tim said. “We’re just trying to help people out and spread positive vibes.” The shop has space for people to browse the increasing brands and models they have to offer and a designated space in the back for you to stop in for repairs. Their spot on the corner of Walnut and Christian Street even has the perfect alley for a quick test drive.

     

    “The bikes are for everyone,” Ryan added. “Even if you didn’t buy your bike here, you can bring it here to get fixed.”

     

    Whether you have experience behind the handlebars of an electric bike or are looking to satisfy your curiosity, Let’s Roll is ready to welcome anyone and everyone into the community of bike lovers they are building.

     

    Find them at 23 East Walnut Street!