Revolution Cycles has closed its Rockville Pike store after more than a decade, reopening last week at a new location in the up-and-coming Twinbrook area. The new store occupies 9,000 square feet at 5750 Fisher Lane, on the ground floor of the new Terano apartment building near the Twinbrook Metro station. (Click here for our Sept. 10th issue to find out what’s opening at the nearby Galvan at Twinbrook.) “We’re already getting a lot more foot traffic from the government buildings across the street,” says Alex Bartholomew, sales manager for the Rockville biking store. Rockville is one of four D.C.-area locations for Revolution Cycles, which got its start in Georgetown more than 15 years ago. “This market has a big road bike commuter scene with a lot of people who are trying to stay fit,” Bartholomew says. “Some of our customers do 25-mile one-way commutes on their bikes every day, and some do .7-mile commutes just for a chance to get outside.”