• Location—Unless you can find a bike discounted 20% or more, your best bet is to purchase a bike close to where you live or work.
  • Research—Learn a little first (ie. Specs, size, local shops) and set a price range to stay within when buying a bike. Most bicycles are produced from one of three factories and are within 5% price of each other with similar specs.
  • Ask— If you have friends that are into cycling ask them about bikes.  They can be a great resource for you to gain knowledge about various parts and options.  Keep in mind you are spending YOUR money and not theirs.   Don’t have any friends?  Come on down and we’ll see if we can’t find you some.
  • Sizing—Selecting the right size bike is critical. Having been in business for 30 years we’ve gotten pretty good at helping you select the proper size bike. 
  • Service—Service and tweaking the bike after the your purchase is almost as important as the purchase itself.  Ask your friends where to go; hopefully they’ll mention us!  All new bikes get 1  year free service.
  • Trade ins—We’ll take them when you are purchasing a new bike. We are fair but remember we must recondition and guarantee them so please don’t expect top dollar for your trade.
  • Niche bikes—Selecting which style of bike to purchase  can  be quite difficult. We can help you with the choices, however the final decision is YOURS!
  • Final Purchase— Most of our customers walk in, spend some time learning, and leave with a bike that same day (we have a fairly large inventory on hand).  Sometimes we won’t have the exact bike , size or color you are looking for.  No BIGGIE!  We can order just about any bike and have it ready for you in 3 days.