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Goodales Bike Shop history

First established in 1919 by Walt Goodale, and later run by his son Roscoe, Goodale's Bike Shop has always been in or around Railroad Square in Nashua NH
Brad Hill
Brad Hill at the bike shop
Young Brad Hill
In 1966 a young Brad Hill went to work for Roscoe Goodale. Five years later, Roscoe was ready to retire, and a young Brad Hill convinced his parents that the shop would be a good investment.
Roscoe Goodale & Brad Hill
Roscoe Goodale & Brad Hill
Brad's first store
Brad's First Store
First store

Window view of first store

Nashua bike shop
Business grew to occupy a multi tenant building
The shop continued to move in and around Railroad Square until 1978 where it settled for a long period at 46 Main St.  While at this location, the business grew to occupy an entire multi-tenant building.
Goodale's bike shop Hooksett location

In 1997, a second store was opened in Hooksett NH. This locations provides opportunities for the residents of
Greater Manchester, NH!
New Nashua location

In July of 2002 Goodale's Bike Shop moved its entire operation: sales, service, warehousing, and administration to a newly renovated facility at 14B Broad Street in Nashua. The move has allowed us to provide greater product selection and expanded service for the cycling community.

Concord location

July of 2005 set another milestone for Brad Hill. A third Goodale's facility opened in the Steeplegate Mall area of Concord. The new shop provides new opportunities for the residents of central and northern New Hampshire.