In 2012, Andrew started Bedrock Bags in a spare bedroom in his house. In 2015, Andrew partnered with a local bike industry pro - Joey - and they built out a new, 1200-square-foot space at the Horse Gulch Trailhead in Durango. Now, we’ve outgrown that space, and we’ll soon be moving across town to an awesome large loft in the Smiley Building, one of Durango’s coolest building restoration projects. We’re stoked!
We have a lot of stuff to move - machines, tables, equipment, raw materials, and finished inventory. We don’t want to truck everything we have across town, and we can’t sell any machines, so we’re going to put all stock gear on sale from May 3-12! If you’re looking to get set up for 2019’s adventures, there’s no better time. Save yourself some cash, and save our backs from moving more bins of gear than we have to. :)
Above and below you can see parts of our new shop HQ. The Smiley Building is an old school building, formerly abandoned, purchased before demolition, and lovingly restored instead. There’s a coffee shop and cafe downstairs, only steps from our door. Our new landlord is someone we’ve known for years and we’re happy to be partnering with him on this new space! Once we have the new space built out we’ll share photos of our loft. For local, regional, and just-passing-through folks, we’ll have an open house at the new location once we’re settled in. Keep an eye out for details on that!