Thanks for visiting our on line site. Wyckoff Cycle LLC is a family friendly bicycle shop offering sales of new and used bicycles, parts, accessories, and apparel. Specializing in bicycle repairs and maintenance we will keep your entire family rolling all season long. We are avid cyclists and know what it takes to keep your bike running at 100%. We love and welcome all types of bikes. So if your into Road, Mountain, BMX, Fat bikes, Downhill Bikes, Tri Bikes, Fixies, Hybrids, Tandems, Cruisers, Folding bikes and even basic kids bikes we have you covered.
With over 100 bicycles on display and many more in storage we are sure to have something for you. If we still don't have what you need we can order a bike and have it ready in as little as two days. Stocking high quality brands like Raleigh Bicycles, Schwinn Signature, GT Bicycles, Pivot Cycles, FIT Bike Co. and Intense cycles. We want you to have the best cycling experience.
Can't afford new? Our used bikes may be perfect for you. Sizes, styles and color's are limited to stock on hand so call us or stop in to discuss your needs.
Knock Off The Cobwebs
Bike in sad shape after a winter of neglect? It's OK, we are here to help. Call, email, or stop by to schedule a spring tune-up.
We Proudly Carry GT Bicycles!
Whether you're an expert or just starting out, an adult or a child, a mountain biker or road rider—we've got the perfect GT bicycle to get the job done! Drop by and check out our complete selection of GTs and pick your favorite!
Chain Fell Off? Shift It Back On! - No matter how carefully you shift, occasionally the chain may fall off the chainring. It's best to avoid handling the chain because you'll end up with grease all over your hands. Instead, you may be able to shift the chain back on. This isn't possible if it falls off when you're climbing a hill, because you lose your momentum and have to stop. But, anytime you're riding where you can coast for a few seconds, you can almost always get the chain back on by gently pedaling and shifting the front derailleur to move the chain toward the ring. Pedal slowly and lightly and the ring will grab and engage the chain and you'll be riding again as before. Voila! Chain fixed! No greasy tattoos! (If the chain jams, stop and manually reinstall it.) When a chain comes off repeatedly, something's wrong. Have us take a look at the front derailleur adjustment.
Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day
A popular bicycle-security device that's named after its shape. In some parts of the world, it's called a "D-lock." Used correctly (you must lock the frame and wheels to an immovable object), U-locks provide excellent protection.