New Serotta Design Studio Location

Welcome to the Serotta Cycle Design Studio Location. We are proud to announce our primary home base where design, assembly and bike fittings take place.

Welcome to the Serotta Cycle Design Studio Location. We are proud to announce our primary home base where design, assembly and bike fittings take place.

If you come for a visit, you may also see unexpected bicycles…like an older Serotta or one of a number of project bikes that we co-develop on contract for other companies… or if you’re lucky, something that’s still in development.

We invite you to come and ride a new Duetti in some of the best cycling in North America. If you have not lived in this part of the world, you may not know that Saratoga, Washington and the surrounding counties have plentiful scenic rural roadways where you can really experience road cycling as it is meant to be. We’re happy to share some of our favorite routes or you can even arrange to have a guided tour.

Rates:

90 minutes: No charge

Half Day: $100

Full Day: $150

Weekend: $200

Week: $300

Please contact us in advance to provide your size/fit information and to schedule your ride. A valid driver’s license and a CC hold of $500 is required at the time of initial transaction.

Hours of Operation?

Well that’s a good question. We travel. A lot. And since we are not a full service retail store, our open hours vary based on our travel. So please check in with us before arrival. We are happy to book an appointment for your visit at a day and time that suits your schedule, just write or call.

Our walk-in mid summer hours are:

July 10 & 11 11am-5pm

July 17 & 18 11am-5pm

July 24 & 25 11am-5pm

July 31 & Aug 1 11am-5pm

Aug 7 & 8 11am-5pm

Aug 14 & 15 11am-5pm

Aug 21 & 22 11am-5pm

 
 

Serotta Design Studio

20 Prospect St. Suite 215

Ballston Spa, New York 12020

info@serottadesignstudio.com

+1 (518) 309 4159


We’re in a genuine Victorian-era factory complex that was once home to one of the largest chocolate factories in the northeast.

We’re in a genuine Victorian-era factory complex that was once home to one of the largest chocolate factories in the northeast.