Tired of pulling out those clunky Velibs only to discover a flat tire, broken handlebars, a seat that can't be adjusted or pedals about to fall off? Sick of circling around Chatelet only to discover that you can't find a parking space? Well for about 2 months worth of your Navigo pass you can surely find a sweet deal on a cool vintage bike at Vélo Vintage. Hugo and Eddy have a passion for bikes, and you're sure to find something in your style--their stock ranges from hefty Dutch-style cruisers to spiffy steel track bikes to retro folding bikes. It's one of the only bike shops in town that will charge you a fair price--a bike you'd find at a rip-off shop that they'd sell you for €280, would probably cost €80 at Vélo Vintage. I picked up my mint-condition, cream-colored demi-course Bernard Hinault Gitane, replete with a badger head-badge for only €120! The decor and atmosphere of the shop is a far cry from the usual, as they admit their inspiration "comes right out of the 80's, with its flashy colors and trendy collectors items". They've got a turntable and some sweet funk records in the shop too, and the video on their homepage gives a taste of just how awesome it is to bike in Paris. Now if we can just get rid of the scooters!