The Small Chief Just Got Smaller

Posted on May 01, 2014 by Michael Salvatore | 0 Comments


We’ve made tremendous improvements to our frames over the past couple of years—a tweak here, a refinement there—and we pride ourselves on our attention to detail and our ability to respond to customer feedback.

Today we are pleased to announce that we’re changing the size options for the Chief. We have heard from many of you that our base model was still too big, and so we are now starting our small Chief at 53 cm, which would fit someone between 5’3” and 5’8”.

One advantage to locally handcrafting our bikes is the constant coordination between the mechanics, bike ops, and welders. We’re thrilled to be able to respond to our customers’ needs quickly to make the Chief even more customizable.

Upcoming Events

5/2 - Music Night ft. Red Rice N' Beans
5/6 - Heritage Cycling Club Ride @ 6pm
5/7 - An Afternoon of Music w/ Jordan Klassen
5/10 - #metro pop-up ft. Antwique Shop
5/11 - Field & Florist Mother's Day Flower Shoppe Pop Up
5/13 - Heritage Cycling Club Ride @ 6pm
5/15 - Songwriters Series
5/18 - #heritagelittles Ladies Clothing Swap
5/20 - Heritage Cycling Club Ride @ 6pm

* #heritagelittles @ 2868 N Lincoln Ave

Heads Up: We're About to Get Busy

Posted on April 04, 2014 by Michael Salvatore | 0 Comments

Summer is just around the corner, and you are going to want to break out your new ride at the first hint of sunshine.
Well, you are not alone.
By which we mean EVERYONE is going to be ordering bikes come late April, and we expect the influx to steadily continue through May. Because all of our bikes are made in-house, we normally have a 3-4 week turnaround time. Production will undoubtedly back up due to increased ordering, so make sure you plan ahead.
In the era of instant updates, on demand, and impulse buys, the thought of having to wait for something seems completely unbelievable, or even the result of poor customer service. But, some things take time to perfect and are worth waiting for. That’s why we’re giving you fair warning to place your order sooner rather than later.
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Introducing The Jane

Posted on November 21, 2013 by Michael Salvatore | 0 Comments

Introducing The Jane


There are those who are wrapping up their holiday checklists long before Thanksgiving even rolls around and those who worship the overnight shipping button. Well, Heritage is here to please all types with the pre-Thanksgiving unveiling of our new stunning frame, the Jane. The Jane is dolled up and has places to go with her colorful wire basket, elegant swoop frame and upgraded components. Even though she stands out with her punch of color, she matches the rest of our locally handcrafted Heritage bikes in quality. The days are getting shorter and colder so why not bring some colorful hope for Spring ahead and gift the lady in your life with The Jane.

Or you could always buy her another pair of socks.

Available in 5 different colors:

Get one of the 20 pre-made bikes before the holidays!

Celebrate Your Heritage This Holiday Season

Posted on November 19, 2013 by Michael Salvatore | 0 Comments

Let Them Eat Goat—Little Goat, That Is

Posted on November 07, 2013 by Michael Salvatore | 0 Comments

...Little Goat, That Is.

Some things just feel right together. That’s why we jumped at the chance to team up with Stephanie Izard and her esteemed crew over at Little Goat Bread, the bakery within Little Goat. Starting this Friday, November 8, Heritage will be offering a variety of Little Goat fare, delivered fresh every morning. We’re talking everything from straight-up classics like cinnamon rolls, toasty bagels, and peanut butter sammys to the more decadent, bizarre, and wonderful, such as caramel mini cakes, white chocolate rosemary scones, and fat bread (made with smoked duck fat and beer—yes, you read that right and yes, you may have some).

So, beginning this Friday, be sure to drop by and check out our new Little Goat selections. Grab a seasonal special, like peanut butter raisin bread slathered in your favorite sweet or savory topping. Paired with your favorite coffee, the always-entertaining barista banter, and those brilliant south-facing windows, nothing about this relationship could ever feel wrong.
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