About Hush Money
We are Family
Hush Money Bikes is a bike shop for bike lovers that was founded in 2020 by Nathan Baker, Chris Caldwell, and Ted Houser. Hush Money Bikes exists to build community through personalized bicycle sales and service.
Pictured left to right: Ted Houser (partner), Chris Caldwell (partner), Mike Burns (mechanic), Nathan Baker (partner).
What’s the connection between Hush Money Bikes and Floyd's Cafe?
Hush Money Bikes leases space from Floyd's Cafe. Hush Money Bikes has partnered with Floyd's Cafe to develop The Meetinghouse, a destination venue for cyclists. The Meetinghouse will open to the public as restrictions are lifted from the pandemic.
What else is Hush Money Bikes doing to build community?
Every bike purchase from Hush Money Bikes automatically supports the Hush Fund. It's a way for cyclists to quietly do good in the community.
Why did Hush Money start a bike shop during a pandemic?
The new norms of social distancing compromised public transit during the pandemic, leaving cycling as one of the safest ways to travel in Lancaster. But when the pandemic hit, all the bike shops in Lancaster closed. Hush Money Bikes saw a need and began servicing bikes to support the essential life-giving benefits of cycling as a form of transportation and exercise.