The Top 10 Denver Bike Shops
In 2014, Colorado was named the the sixth most bicycle-friendly state in the nation and Denver was recognized as a silver-level bicycle-friendly community. With the influx of new residents calling Denver home, we thought it was about time to call attention to some of the best bike shops in the Mile High City. Below are our top 10 Denver bike shops, in no particular order.
The vitality of a bike shop rests on the shoulders of it’s staff, and Singletrack Factory employs some of the most knowledgable and friendly mountain bike experts in Denver. They back up their talk with a sales floor filled with top-of-the-line mountain bikes from Santa Cruz, Juliana, Yeti, and Rocky Mountain.
Let’s be honest; bikes, beer and coffee, what else do you need? Denver’s Bicycle Cafe doesn’t just offer up great libations and cool place to hang out, but their skilled mechanics are primed to solve any problem thrown their way.
With 4 locations across the Denver area, Treads is able to serve cyclists in all corners of the Mile High City. From bicycle and clothing sales, to fitting, and tune-up services Treads has it all.
Sometimes a bike shop can be intimidating, but not at Adventure Bicycles. They serve the beginner cyclist looking for their first bike all the way up to the seasoned rider looking for the newest, hottest high-end bicycle. Best of all, after you purchase a bike their fit specialists will customize your new ride, just for you.
Define Cycling was created with the core cyclist in mind. They carry some of the nicest bikes in the world, hard to find apparel, a full fit studio, and even nutrition designed just for cyclists. This is your top-notch bike shop.
Just north of the Denver metro area lies one of the largest bicycle showrooms on the front range. Beyond sales, Wheat Ridge sports a 24-hour turnaround on repairs, maintenance classes, and special programs geared specifically for female cyclists.
Massive tent sales are usually the first thing that comes to mind when you hear “Bicycle Village”; and while their tent sales are a great way to score a new bike on a budget, they also offer year round sales and service in their large showrooms located in Aurora, Westminster, and Littleton.
Do you believe “steel is real”? Are you attracted to Italian bikes? Is Campagnolo your only component option? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then Creekside Cycles is for you. They are a Campagnolo Pro Shop with the staff, tools and expertise to service your new and old Campy parts.
One of the oldest bike shops in Denver, Turin Bicycles has been setting the standard for over 40 years and are a 9-time “Bicycle Dealer Showcase, Top 100 dealer”. Today, they have one of the most knowledgeable and reliable service departments in Denver.
Lucky Bikes and Trips For Kids offers programs aimed at promoting a positive cycling culture in Denver. These volunteer driven programs include the “Ride Program“ which offers introductory mountain biking experiences to underserved youth and the “Earn a Bike Program“ which takes place over the course of 6-12 sessions and provide youth participants opportunities to learn fundamental bike maintenance skills, while earning the opportunity to keep their bicycles.