The Best Bike Stores in Toronto
The best bike stores in Toronto will have you off to the races like the road warrior you are with any kind of bicycle you could want. Mountain bikes, road bikes and fixed gear options can all be found at these shops.
These are the best bike stores in Toronto.
This shop has locations near Yonge and Davisville and on the Danforth that sell mountain, hybrid, road, comfort, fixed and BMX bikes, and they even have tricycles and electric One Wheels. They also specialize in rare and hard-to-find parts and products, so head here if you find yourself stumped.
An Annex location of this shop is dedicated to city and road bikes, while a Leaside location handles trail bikes. The city and road shop stocks commuter, road, hybrid and gravel bikes suitable for pavement, while the trail shop specializes in mountain bikes from Norco, Juliana, Rocky Mountain and Santa Cruz.
A staple in Kensington Market, this store has adventure, demo, city, mountain, hybrid and single speed bikes, and they also sell e-scooters and frames. You can even get a custom build happening here. In addition to that, you can also get parts, accessories, apparel and maintenance products here.
Upper Beaches and Cabbagetown locations of this place host "demo days" where you can try out a wide variety of bikes to find the perfect one for you. They even have a buying guide to help you make your decision. You'll find a huge range of bikes, parts, apparel and accessories at these spots.
The team at this Canary District shop can help find a bike for you even if you have no idea where to start. Mountain, road and urban bikes are all in stock, and they also have consignment services and do bike fittings. They even have financing programs to help anyone get out on the road.
Recumbent, folding, cargo and custom bikes as well as tricycles are available from this Little Italy shop and you can get accessories, parts, tires, tubes, tools and clothing here as well. You can also book appointments for service, repairs and sales consultations to make sure someone is ready to help with any issues your bike has when you get there.
Hector Vasquez at Brockton Cyclery
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