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Wyckoff Cycle LLC

396A Franklin Avenue, Wyckoff, NJ 07481
Phone: 201 891 5500
Mon, Tue, Thu: 10:00am - 6:00pm, Wed: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Fri, Sat: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sun: Closed
 
 
 
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Welcome!

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 Giant, Liv, Raleigh Bicycles, Schwinn Signature, GT Bicycles, Pivot Cycles, FIT Bike Co., Intense cycles and others. 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.

Marin Bikes

Pivot Cycles

Knock Off The Cobwebs

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. 

Today's Tip

Join IMBA and join the fun!Pedaling narrow trails requires special skills that you can develop and improve during every ride. Here's what IMBA recommends: 

Start by keeping your arms flexed, not locked. On rocky or rutted trails, try to follow the path of least resistance. Imagine where you want your bike to go, and don't focus on the obstacles you want to avoid (if you do, you'll probably hit them). Learn to use both your front and rear brakes. On steep climbs, lower your elbows and drop your upper body closer to your bike's top tube. This helps you maintain tire traction. Finally, hold the handlebars firmly but not with a death grip as too much squeezing will tire you out and increase steering mistakes.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

saddle
Also called a "seat," this all-important device supports you and has a lot to do with how comfortable you are when riding.