Our Woodbridge Location
Owner Jim Haugan opened Village Skis and Bikes in 1984. Jim started in the bike business in 1968 as a mechanic in a bike shop near Detroit, Michigan. He also spent nine years on the National Ski Patrol and managed ski shops in Vermont and the Washington DC area. Other swell characters you may encounter on a visit to the shop are Tyler, Connor, Zac, Morgan, Ray, and Jake.
The 2013 Washington Consumer Checkbook rated Village Skis & Bikes as having the best prices and service in the Washington DC Metro area. While our competitive prices are great, we really take pride in our personal attention to you the customer. You can be sure we’ll set you up with the right gear properly fitted to your needs. Stop in and let us show you all the new products we have, as well as how our service department can keep your gear in top condition.
We carry bikes for all types of riding and ages. Used bike sales, trade-ins, and consignment sales.
Expert service department to complete most any repair in a timely manner at a fair price. Same day or next day rush service available on most repairs
Ski and snowboard sales November to March. Ask about our used ski gear sales in November and December. Daily and seasonal rental packages for skis and snowboards, two-day minimums on holiday weekends. Seasonal rentals November through April.
Directions to Village Skis & Bikes
From Manassas: Take the Prince William Parkway East, one mile past the Nationals Stadium and County Complex. At intersection of Prince William Parkway and Old Bridge Road, go straight onto Old Bridge Rd. Take Old Bridge Rd one mile, and make a left into Dillingham Square (Food Lion) shopping center. Turn right at the stop sign. We are located in the front right corner of the center.
From I-95: If going south (from Springfield) on I-95, take exit 160 (Rt.123)to second signal. Turn left onto Old Bridge Road (major intersection with 3 left-turn lanes). Stay on Old Bridge Road for 3.7 miles to Dillingham Square. Turn right at Dillingham Square (Food Lion). We’re in the front right corner of the center. If going north (from Dumfries) on I-95, take exit 160B, merge onto Rt. 123, pass over I-95, to third signal. Turn left onto Old Bridge Road (major intersection with 3 left-turn lanes). Stay on Old Bridge Road for 3.7 miles to Dillingham Square. Turn right at Dillingham Square (Food Lion). We’re in the front right corner of the center.
From Potomac Mills mall or US Route 1:
On Opitz Blvd, go past Potmac Mills (Opitz Blvd turns into Smoketown Road), past Gar-Field High School and Home Depot. Go through the residential section of Smoketown Rd. Turn right at the first signal onto Old Bridge Road. Take Old Bridge Rd to first signal, turn left onto Dillingham Square (Food Lion). We’re in the front right corner of the center.
Bike donations and Trade Ins
Bike donations for charity