MODSquad Cycles is a family-friendly bicycle shop located a few blocks north of Central Park in the South Harlem neighborhood of New York City. We specialize in maintenance and new bike sales and cater to all levels of cyclists with a broad selection of road and commuting bikes including: single speed, time trial, and kids bikes. MODSquad is also the one-stop shopping venue for all family biking needs including: balance bikes, tricycles, infant seats, and trailers. Watch our video to learn more!
DANIELLE TULLY – Owner/Head Honcha
Sarcastically called “shop mom” by her employees, Danielle loves running the bike shop from both near and far. She delights in seeing the smiles on people’s faces when they find that just right bike or when a kid gets antsy to ride. An avid biker, she “won” the 2010 edition of the “Blood and Guts” ride to Sheffield, MA. Riding highlights include: climbing the Col de Peyresourde on a mountain bike and climbing Tuscany’s bianchi strade. Most of all, Danielle likes to ride bikes these days with her kids, who amuse her to no end.
OYÉ CARR – Owner/Operator
After two years riding in Germany’s Silberwald and France’s Vosges, Oyé is back at the helm of MODSquad Cycles. To be clear, he did not race in Europe and his low-light was breaking his chain 500 meters into climbing the Col des Belles Filles during the 2012 tour (the forgettable one starring Bradley Wiggens – sigh). He’s happy to be back, looking forward to telling stories, and delivering MODSquad’s Harlem-famous customer service. (PS – The picture above is of me getting shellacked on a climb in the Vosges. Calling a picture break seemed like a good way to stop the pain)
MAHDIA TULLY CARR
The thing is…even though I’ve been riding since I was 3 I don’t really like it. Most days my dad and mom make me ride to school. Once I get going, it’s ok (I guess) and I like catching runners going up Harlem Hill. I know that it’s good to ride because it’s better for the environment and dad says when the “ZA” (Zombie Apocalypse) comes we’ll need to ride our bikes to get out of New York. So I guess riding is ok if it helps you get away from “Z”’s (Zombies).
SEKAI TULLY CARR
Looks like I’m due for my next bike this year. I’m as tall as my Mom but not quite long enough to inherit one of her bikes…yet. Thinking of getting a BMX bike or a Focus cyclo-cross bike. The most important consideration is to ride faster than my dad, which shouldn’t be too hard since he’s fat. (Dad’s note – this perception only valid for 11-year old sons.)
Liz enjoys riding her bike; riding her trainer; riding a trainer with others; bike racing; thinking about bike racing; going to bike racing training camps; training on her bike; thinking about training; and thinking about what nutrition, bike kitsch, and other accouterments she needs in order to ride her bike. If you’ve seen her outside of MODSquad it’s probably been on a bike. But seriously, she has to finish this bio in order to go organize the bike race calendar in Central Park. See you on the road.