2016 ANNUAL SWAP MEET!
Sunday April 24th 9 am to 4 pm
10625 S Foothill Blvd.
Cupertino CA 95014
Call the shop and reserve your space, $60
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Cupertino Bike Shop
Are you considering buying a new bicycle? One of your first choices, and not necessarily an easy one, will be where to shop. It can be challenging because there are quite a variety of stores that carry two-wheelers, ranging from specialty retailers to giant department stores.
Where you buy, however, has everything to do with what you get. Bicycles aren't like toasters or suitcases; bikes are shipped in boxes and they must be assembled and tuned for optimal performance.
There are many types as well, and you should never buy until you've figured out which bicycle is right for you. Measurements and adjustments are required to ensure the frame is the correct size and that the seat and handlebars are properly positioned. And, every new bicycle will need a minor tune-up after several weeks as you break the bicycle in with normal use.
What's more, modern road and mountain bikes can travel at high speeds and carry you over demanding terrain where the machine's materials and construction get tested. A quality two-wheeler, carefully assembled and fit exactly to you, will be the safest, most durable, and most enjoyable bicycle you ride.
For these reasons, we strongly recommend shopping at a reputable specialty bicycle store like Cupertino Bike Shop. We employ competent salespeople and expert mechanics who'll ensure that you get the right bicycle and components for you. Our store is clean, friendly, offers a wide selection, and boasts one of the best on-site repair departments in the Bay Area.
Silicon Valley Triathlon Club has teamed up with Road ID (the leader in safety identification and reflective gear for endurance athletes) to make sure our members are safer while training and competing.
You can get more information about this Road ID Fundraiser Challenge program at the following URL: http://www.svtriclub.org/events/roadid.htm