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The top 25 bike stores in Toronto by neighbourhood

Bike stores in Toronto are scattered throughout the city. There's bound to be a spot near you that will suit your needs, whether you're looking to pick up a shiny new ride, get repairs done, order a custom build, or even stock up on all the latest and greatest accessories.

Here are my picks for the top bike stores in Toronto by neighbourhood.

The Annex

Curbside is a haven for lovers of elegant city bikes. Though many of them have a distinctly Dutch feel, they carry everything from British Bromptons to Belgian Achielles to Toronto's own Simcoe. Their friendly staff will also sell you some quality hybrids, folders, a few cargo bikes, and tons of cute accessories to boot.

Bayview and Leaside

Enduro Sport is notable among the city's performance-oriented cycling specialists for catering to triathletes, offering road and tri bikes in addition to wetsuits, footwear and goggles.

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Sweet Pete's is a neighbourhood favourite in Bloordale. Photo by Derek Flack.

Bloordale

The original Sweet Pete's store occupies a substantial 4,000 square foot space in Bloordale. It's a friendly, laid back spot, with hands-off service that won't intimidate non-experts and a ton of mid-range rides from Trek, Giant, Kona and Opus that work well for casual city riders.

Bloor West Village

Wheels of Bloor is one of the best high-end bikes shops in Toronto for road riders. It specializes in brands you'll see in the professional peloton - you know, Specialized, Pinarello and BMC. Just make sure to wipe the drool off your chin when passing through the showroom.

Cabbagetown

Cycle Solutions' original location carries a smattering of everything, including commuter bikes, road bikes, BMX and kids' bikes and carriers. On the whole, they tend to favour budget-friendly rides instead of the top-of-the-line stuff.

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The slick showroom at Gears' Canary District location. Photo by Hector Vasquez.

Canary District

Gears has quite the history in the local bike scene, going back to a little shack-style shop on the Lake Shore that opened in 1988. You'll find some slick city bikes that'll achieve a healthy mix between comfort and speed. Prices start around $700 for a solid ride and go way up from there.

Castlefield Design District

La Bicicletta is one of Toronto's most established high-end bike shops, having occupied its spot on Castlefield Avenue for over 15 years. The speciality here is road bikes, which make up the vast majority of its stock. They also carry exclusive cycling clothing lines and offer tuneups, fixes and adjustments.

Corktown

Charlie's Freewheels offers bicycle maintenance training to youth in and around Regent Park. The result is kids with another skill in their back pocket and, for customers, bikes and bike repairs at wallet-friendly prices. Everybody wins.

The Danforth

Named for the vehicle that follows riders at the Tour De France and picks up stragglers, Broom Wagon Cyclery aims to service those who need a little help when it comes to cycling. There's a strong city bike focus, but also a few racers, hybrids, mountain bikes and kids' bikes mixed in.

The fitting room at The 11 Inc. is the stuff dreams are made of. Photo by Jesse Milns.

Don Mills

The 11 Inc. is incredibly spacious. Large photos of famous climbs and mountain ranges from around the world line the walls. There's a lounge, a large stock of high-end road bikes and an in-store body scanner machine to accurately measure riders.

Dundas West

A favourite for cute city bikes and one-speeders (both fixed and with free wheels), Bikes on Wheels also has full repair shop in the back. The shop is adorned with a collection of branded apparel designed by Toronto-based illustrators Doublenaut, and features lots of colourful biking accessories.

Etobicoke

Chain Reaction is known just as much for its indoor cycling studio (featuring bikes that measure your energy output in watts) as they are for their actual road-ready rides. However, they do a solid job of meeting locals' cycling needs with a strong selection of road bikes and products for kids.

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Truing a wheel at Dream Cyclery. Photo by Jesse Milns.

Harbourfront

Whether you're in need of a tune-up, new bike parts, expert advice or custom pieces, there is no task that Dream Cyclery can't seem to handle. It offers a unique delivery and pick-up service and sells a thorough selection of bike parts and pieces by a variety of brands. This shop is for the technical rider at heart.

Harbord Village

Riders Cycle and Board is a friendly neighbourhood bike store. Owners Jeff Ubalde and Valentine Tomlinson know many of their customers by name, and you can regularly see them waving at riders passing by. The focus is squarely on city riders, so the stock ranges from slick fixies/single-speeds to upright commuter bikes.

Junction

Espresso Cycles provides bikes, equipment and repairs for this cozy, family-oriented neighbourhood. It also has an espresso machine if you need a boost. It's a more affordable option than the high-end bike shops on Bloor with Fuji, Breezer, and SE Bikes in the $500-$600 range.

King West

MEC has really beefed up not only its back-room bike shop, but its cycling section as well. It carries an impressive line of mountain bikes, road bikes, commuter bikes and and kids' bikes, as well as an extensive collection of locks, lights and technical clothing.

Little Italy

Urbane Cyclist is right on the College street bike lane and is one of the city's most established bike shops. It sells brands such as Brodie, Tern, Yuba, All City, Salsa, and of course, its very own Urbanite models. It's got a wide selection of biking accessories too.

North York

The vibe is super low-key, non-judgmental and welcoming at Silent Sports. A quarter of the store is dedicated to other sports, but its specialty is in mountain bikes and performance hybrids. The huge store tries to carry a lot Canadian gear and apparel.

Making drivetrain adjustments at Parkdale Bicycle Shop. Photo by Jesse Milns.

Parkdale

Don't be fooled by the tiny exterior of this spot because Parkdale Bicycle Shop offers tune-ups, full bike builds and new bikes. It's also closed on Tuesdays, but open every other day.

Queen West

Duke's is a 5,000 square foot store, set over two floors with a separate women's section. Brand-wise, the store features a wide variety of big-name manufacturers, ranging in price from $500 and going up to $10,000-plus.

Riverside

Switchback Cyclery has style to spare, thanks to its roster of glossy city bikes from Linus, Devinci, Fuji and others. But there's a lot of heart behind all those city bikesl the shop is run by the Toronto Enterprise Fund, which helps those struggling with the job hunt to find positions. Blacksmith Cycle

Just one of the amazing Italian road bikes at Blacksmith. Photo by Derek Flack.

Roncesvalles

Blacksmith Cycle specializes in race-ready Italian road bikes, and sets itself apart through a vast array of customization options. It also ensures a tailor-made fit thanks to its use of the Juteau-Cantin fit system, and will help you lock in the perfect fit on your existing ride, for a fee.

Scarborough

If you're looking for a top-flight mountain or road bike, head to D'Ornellas in Scarborough. Former racer Eon D'Ornellas' shop stocks higher-end models (read: four figures and up) from Scott and Specialized, and offers fit and repair services to match.

The bike space at Fix Coffee + Bikes is clearly demarcated in the back in bright yellow, and there’s a patio outside for when it’s warm. Photo by Jesse Milns.

West Queen West

Fix Coffee + Bikes is a combination cafe and bike shop. Go for the well-curated selection of bike accessories and house bike brand Detroit Bikes but stay for the food, juice and de Mello Palheta coffee.

Yonge and Eglinton

In addition to a range of Trek-branded bikes and accessories, the Trek Bicycle Store offers plenty of extra perks to shoppers: complimentary fittings, a price-match guarantee, and a free two-year tune-up plan.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Gears in the Canary District


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