$1,600.00 - $1,994.99
Give your cycling an extra-strong jolt of speed aboard Co-Motion's brilliant Ristretto Frameset. Crafted by hand in Eugene, Oregon from carefully selected 7000-series…
You'll love the way your town looks when you're riding Co-Motion's CityView. Its double-butted Reynolds 725 tubing offers excellent pedaling power, compliance for…
Stripped-down performance Lose the grams and gain the seconds. That’s the philosophy behind our extra-lean Doppler and NIX. Not an ounce of fat. We even dropped the…
Salsa Cycles Colossal 2 Road Bikes. This is a bike for pouring on the miles, taking in the scenery, challenging one's self, and making discoveries. Colossal 2 2013…
Every so often a newcomer stealths onto the scene. And just as the competition is poised to toast victory, it lays waste to everything in its path. This Trojan Horse…
Cycle Quest stocks fine custom hand crafted bikes from Co-Motion and Bike Friday. We also stock Litespeed, Salsa, Surly, Devinci, Opus, and Tocky Mountain. We've got touring bikes, suspension trail, mountain bikes and hard tail 29ers. Try out our tandems! We will have your bike built to fit you.
We are also distributors for Waterford, Gunnar, Ventana, Zinn, Segal, and Terry Bikes. We carry Lazer helmets and products by Shimano, Sram, Crank Brothers, Niterider, Arkel, Ortlieb, Brooks, Selle An-Atomica, Schwalbe, Continental, Michelin, and Topeak. We’ve got clothing by Club Ride and Terry. And socks by Darn Tough Socks to keep your feet warm and dry. Glimmer Gear LED arm warmers help make your tour a safer one.
Give us a call, drop us a line or stop on by anytime for anything. We love to chat bikes just as much as we do riding them!
Open: Mon - Fri 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM , Sat & Sun 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM.
Additional hours are available by appointment.
Store hours on Holidays may vary. Please call.
Hand Comfort Is In Your Hands - If you're pretty sure your bicycle fits properly, any hand discomfort you experience may be related to how you ride and your equipment. Remember the most important rule of hand comfort: change hand positions often. Even if your bike is equipped with flat bars it's possible to move your hands around to grip different parts of the bar. Also, consider adding bar ends to provide additional spots to hang on. Relaxing your grip on the bars can't be overemphasized, either. With practice, it's easy to keep a controlled grip even though your upper body is relaxed. A trick that can help is regularly removing one hand at a time and shaking it out by your side to relieve the tension and revive circulation to the palm and fingers.