Fat Frogs Bike and Fitness

757.427.9488

M-F 10-7
Sat 10-6
Sun 10-3

1169 Nimmo Parkway, Suite 232
Strawbridge Shopping Center
Virginia Beach, VA 23456

About Us

Fat Frogs is a family owned and operated bike shop that focuses on customer service. We maintain a passion for encouraging healthy lifestyles. Fat Frogs is proud to have earned the trust and confidence of our loyal customers. Since 2002, we have remained dedicated to preserving our reputation for welcoming and encouraging those new to the cycling world. We are always available to answer questions, make suggestions, and get you riding!

We offer top quality bikes, equipment, and apparel for every cycling need (racing, free-style, fitness, commuting, pleasure and looks). Our shop is located in the southeastern section of Virginia Beach. We offer the starting point for the very best cycling routes in the area. We have daily rides for cyclists of every level of experience (beginners to racers). Everyone is welcome... don't be shy! Come hang out in our lounge area for complimentary coffee and casual conversation. You will be surrounded by friends (aka Frogs) who share your interest in riding.

We at Fat Frogs look forward to seeing you soon! "We" being...

staff-all-670Joe (Owner), Chuck, Doug, AJ, Matt, and Zach

 

*****NOTE*****

Winter Hours!

Monday-Friday: 10-6

Saturdays: 10-6

 Sundays: 10-3

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