Our new addition is amazing! With over 6000 sq. ft. of retail space, 4000 sq. ft. of storage, and 500+ bikes in stock we are the largest bicycle shop in the Miami Valley...and one of the biggest in the state!
Fat bikes are all the rage, and it's not hard to see why. They're big. They roll over everything. They broker a two-state solution. Ok maybe not the last part, but suffice it to say, they're awesome. Maybe you want to extend your off-road season to 12 months, maybe you want to ride down a frozen Mad River, or maybe you want to get rad off of terrain lesser bikes just can't handle. Whatever your reasons, a Trek Farley or Jamis Dragonslayer will make your life sweeter and your neighbors more covetous. Win/win. And yeah, those are pint-size fatties for the little rippers you've got.
We stock a huge variety of user-replaceable parts and accessories, from brake pads and cable kits to saddles, grips and pedals, and carry dozens of lights, from safety-oriented strobes to 2,000 lumen CREE LED units that make riding even the darkest paths safe and enjoyable. We also carry a large selection of bike-specific tools, lubes, and cleaning products, as well as helmets and cycling shoes.
We have the area's largest variety of tadpole trikes. Every model Catrike is kept on-hand, as well as the Rover, Rambler, Sportster, Tour II, and Traveler from Terratrike. Additionally, every trike is available for test rides (weather permitting.)
We have over 100 road bikes IN STOCK. From entry-level to second mortgage-level, we have a model and price point to satisfy anyone interested in speed and distance. If cycling for fitness and meeting awesome people is your goal, the local road scene can't be beat and we can help get you started.
We sell mountain bikes from Trek, Jamis, and Raleigh. From go-anywhere entry level bikes to race hardtails, we have everything you need to start hitting dirt. We can hook you up with the perfect mount, whether you want to shred some local gnar on a Jamis Dragonslayer or put in an epic day of ripping up and down Brown County on one of Pivot's acclaimed full-suspension DW-Link bikes.