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…
$454.99 - $649.99
Urban Performance On time, in style Got somewhere to go… fast? Trust our urban performance bikes to get you there in comfort and style. These are our most reliable…
Salsa Cycles Warbird 2 Gravel Bikes. Built specifically for speed on rough gravel roads, while still maintaining as much comfort as possible. 2013 Warbird 2 Hydroformed,…
FUTURISTIC FRAMEWORK Unlimited potential best sums up the versatile performance contained within the Dixon framework. From winning the Air DH at Whistler Crankworx to…
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…
Cycle Quest stocks fine hand crafted bikes from Co-Motion and Bike Friday. We also stock Surly, Salsa, Rocky Mountain, Opus, and Transition. 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 Ventana, Zinn, Segal, Devinci and Terry Bikes. We carry Lazer helmets and products by Shimano, Sram, Crank Brothers, Niterider, Arkel, Selle An-Atomica, Schwalbe, Topeak and Brooks. 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.
Pack A Manual, Too - If you're a novice mechanic, consider tucking a small repair book in your kit with your tools. This might require carrying everything in a slightly larger bag, but it'll pay dividends if the advice in the book helps you successfully repair your bike. Don't leave that repair book in your kit, either. If you read it before the ride, you'll have a better idea where to begin when things go wrong. You can also learn about repair by watching friends fix their bikes. Bicycles are very user friendly and with a little know-how, experience and the right tools, minor problems are easy to fix.