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The Bicycle Store

1779 East State, Hermitage, PA 16148

Phone: 724-342-2031 Fax: 724-342-2031

Store Hours: Tue - Fri 10-7, Sat 10-4
Closed Sunday & Monday

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Your One Stop Shop for Sales, Parts, & Service!

Here's To You Dads & Grads!

We appreciate you dads and we're proud of you grads! We hope you both enjoy a fun bicycle ride to celebrate your big day! If you need a tune-up, a new bike (the perfect gift), or any accessories to get ready to ride we're your full-service cycling headquarters!

Remember Dad.  Father's Day is Sunday, June 19th.

Joshua 24:15 ~ As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.

We Have Trek Bicycles For Kids!

Children's bikes are a Trek specialty!School is  almost out.  Kids' bikes are ready!  THE BICYCLE STORE is here to help...We think it's never too early to introduce your child to the fun and fitness of biking. Which is why we're proud to carry Trek's high-quality children's bicycles. With much of the same equipment found on Trek adult bikes, every one is reliable, fun and fully adjustable!  We also offer a great trade-in program

Bontrager Has Your Cycling Needs Covered!

From innovative and reliable accessories for commuters, to premier components for racers, to cycling staples for every rider in-between, Bontrager offers a full line of choice bicycle parts, seats, wheels, clothing, accessories and more. Stop by and pickup some Bontrager gear and all your rides will be even more fun!

Mike's Daily Cycling Tip

Finesse Front Shifts - One of the hardest-working parts on your bike is also one of the smallest. It's the front derailleur, that little widget that sits just above the crankset. This important device moves the chain onto the different chainrings when you shift. Because the rings vary so greatly in size and because the derailleur is moving adjacent to the chain, the front derailleur gets a major workout on every ride. And, if you just slam your bike into gear, you're asking for trouble. It's much better to finesse front shifts by easing off on pedal pressure and letting the rings gradually engage the shifting chain. If you can do this, shifts will be smoother, your chain, derailleur and rings will last longer, and you'll avoid problems with the chain falling off the chainrings.

 
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