The Stony Brookside Bed & Bike Inn sign

‘GOOD MORNING, fellow wheelmen, here's a warm fraternal hand, As with a rush of victory, we sweep across the land! If some may be dissatisfied to see the way we ride, We only wish their majesties could travel by our side... We claim a great utility that daily must increase; We claim from inactivity a sensible release, A constant mental, physical and moral help we feel That bids us turn enthusiasts and cry, “God bless the wheel!” Will Carleton

The Stony Brookside Bed and Bike Inn is the first inn of it’s kind on Long Island – a hostelry specifically for cyclists. Located in Stony Brook Village, squarely in the middle of the historic Three Villages area which dates back to the 17th century, yet only an hour and a half from NYC, the inn was designed by Richard Haviland Smythe and built in 1941. Guests can bring their own bike or use one of the inn’s road bikes. A homey atmosphere with everything from an extensive library, well-stocked breakfast room, view of the grist mill and mill pond to a chandelier created from reused bicycle parts.

The sign was created for the inn’s grand opening, and the simple yet classy design matches well with the historic building. The ‘wrought iron’ scroll hanger is actually made of rust-proof powder coated aluminium, and the hand carved sign is constructed of high density urethane (HDU) that will outweather any wood for years to come.

Carved & Painted
Flat Painted
Sign Size
24 " x 16 "