Designed as front panniers to compliment our GT-54 for fully loaded touring, the GT-18’s exemplify Arkel's commitment to quality and functionality. The rectangular shape…
Brooks Cambium is a range of saddles made from vulcanized natural rubber and organic cotton enhanced by a thin layer of structural textile for added resilience and…
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…
$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…
The Arkel recumbent seat bag was designed with some help from our friend John Brunnow from Bikes@Vienna. It features our durable Cordura construction and is loaded with…
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.
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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.
Floor Pumps: Every Cyclist Needs One! - Few cyclists regret owning a floor pump. These inflators differ in size and ease and speed of inflation from the one you carry on your bike. They're called floor pumps because they're used while they're standing on the floor (versus hand-held frame pumps). Floor pumps feature larger barrels and two-hand handles to easily deliver a lot more air with each stroke. The best models are serviceable for a lifetime of use. Get one with a gauge so you can check air pressure to ensure correct inflation. And, use your floor pump (put it in the car if you're driving to an event) before every ride. Save your frame pump for emergencies.