That's the used bike store for the Budget Bicycle Center in Madison, Wisconsin. I was in there a couple of weeks ago and took some pics because I didn't think my friends or family would believe it unless they saw it. And just like slacker said, this is only one of four stores they have on the same street. One of their stores only sells accessories, and it's actually two store fronts that they connected together and tore out part of the middle wall to make even bigger.They've got a pretty good rep in town.
I went to their used bike store because I'm thinking about liquidating my bicycle inventory and I figured they might be a one-stop selling solution. I've got a medical treatment coming up that my insurance isn't going to cover and the price is expected to start around $5,000. Obviously I'm not going to get anywhere near that figure with my bikes, but every little bit helps.
Budget Bicycles a stunning collection of classic cruisers. These guys would be the ones to check with if you're looking for one of the rarer vintage balloon tire bikes with all the original parts and is in good shape but that isn't in a fully restored, front page of the magazine type of condition. Sadly, however, the salesman I talked to said that they don't sell too many cruisers. Madison is much more of a roadie/commuter/fixie type of town.
The way the used bike store is set up it's MTB's on the left, hybrids and sport cruisers on the right, cruisers in the back right corner, town bikes in the back left corner, and road bikes everywhere else. All the bikes hanging from the ceiling are more or less extras from each section that they didn't have room for on the floor.
A view from the town bike section, There was another row of bikes on my left I couldn't squeeze into the picture: