Doheny Bike was started by a couple of Dana Point dads who enjoy living near the famous Doheny Beach surf spot. Blessed to have the opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful coastlines.
Doheny Bike is about providing access to personal freedom, mobility and non-restricted travel. Started by Jason and Micah who are both 40 something fathers of school age children who wanted to see their kids as mobile as we were in the 70’s and 80’s.
Doheny Bike set out to provide an affordable solution for everyday mobility. With the average buyer’s budget in mind, we wanted a functional riding experience that is not trendy, awkward and limited to your hometown.
Creating the agility of the Fold N’ Go anywhere design, we have provided a solution to buyers that want to travel in a smaller car with electric bikes and ultimately extend their outdoor adventures.
Doheny Bike wanted to provide reliable power that is juiced with rad wallet savings power equaled in performance and dependability. Partnering with manufacturing that backs its products locally.
We understand that biking was lost in the last 20 years for the average rider, we want you back. We want you to park your car and ride to the store, the beach, out to dinner.
Doheny Bike wants you and your family mobile, free and together. We have found that 1 hour of riding a couple times a week on your bike gives you increased happiness and stress relief.
Our bikes are for everyone, yes even you – Ride @dohenybike
Jason Spates and Micah Meiring, local owners of Dana Point e-bike shop Doheny Bike, led a gift donation of scooters, skateboards and helmets on Monday, December 21.
Retrospec is a brand for adventure gear including bikes, paddleboards, skate and snow products and more. Recipients included local pre-registered families that had been impacted by job loss and business closures due to COVID-19.
Jason Spates and Micah Meiring, owners of the local e-bike shop Doheny Bike, are partnering with the City of Dana Point to distribute 50 to 60 complimentary helmets. Doheny Bike, whose electric bikes can reach a maximum speed of 23-28 mph, created the event to promote the use of proper protection when riding e-bikes.
In the hopes of getting kids in the habit of wearing a helmet, Doheny Bike will give them away to kindergartners and kids in grades between first and third grades throughout the month of May.
“We believe in helmet safety and feel that educating at an early age will teach bicycle safety and the importance of wearing a helmet while enjoying a bicycle, scooter or skate board,” Spates said in an email.