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Why Arrow Bicycle?

- Expertise -

- Community & neighborhood recognized -

- We ride too! Great routes & group ride opportunities! -

- We foster new riders with fittings & sizing -

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Welcome to Arrow!

Arrow Bicycle meets the needs of all cycling enthusiasts, from families to professional riders, triathletes, road racers, mountain bikers, children and adults of all ages.
Arrow Bicycle carries bicycles from Giant, Norco, Felt, Pegoretti, Intense and Van Dessel. We also sell clothing and accessories from Shimano, Bell, Giro, Saris, Thule and many more.
At Arrow Bicycle, we are commited to providing outstanding customer satisfaction through superior customer service. Our knowledgeable sales staff will assist with purchasing the right bicycle for you. We offer all ranges of mechanical services from our friendly and qualified service team. In addition to sales and service we offer group rides and different levels of fit services.

Stop by and let the professionals at Arrow Bicycle help you experience cycling to its fullest. 

How Often Should You Maintain Your Mountain Bike Suspension

Taking care of your investment

A bike is a major investment, and if you want it to pay off over the years you need to adequately care for it. Your mountain bike suspension is a critical component of your bike that can quickly derail your riding experience if not cared for. You may be out on the trail and suddenly realize your squish doesn’t feel the way it usually does. Or as you're washing off your bike post ride you notice the the fork or stanchion seems kind of dry. When was the last time you had your suspension thoroughly serviced? How often should it be serviced?

Shifting Tips for Rookie Cyclists

Three Shifting Tips for Rookies

Knowing when to shift is one of the key factors in your cycling efficiency. The most typical bike has 21 speeds. Consequently, the average rider has enough gears to maintain a cadence from 8-40 miles per hour. If you shift effectively, you will capitalize on your momentum so that you can generate power as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Want to rob yourself of momentum? Simply wait too long to shift gears. Read on for some shifting tips for rookie cyclists to get you riding and shifting efficiently.

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Thanks to our customers we have a 5 Star Google and Yelp Rating. We love to hear your feedback along with all of the praise. We love helping you and making your cycling experience worth every penny!

It's a Security Blanket For Your Bike!

Ride Worry Free

We've got a great protection plan that will keep your bike functioning like new. The plan provides 100-percent parts and labor coverage for virtually every component on your bike, including your drivetrain, brakes and gears. Contact us today for plan terms and conditions.