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10 Best Seattle Bike Shops

  • 2223 24th Ave E, Seattle • Montlake
    Omar Shahine - We have purchased all our kids bikes here. They offer great advice and are patient with our kids. They will also purchase your old bike.
    Kelsey Lockard - These guys were so nice. They let me test ride my bike even though I forgot to make an appointment. I ended up getting a great deal on my new bike and they were so helpful in getting me all set up.
    Ben Shorr - Bike shops can be hit or miss - really depends on who works with you and how their day is going in my experience. Montlake has been great. A few years ago, Mike went above and beyond to cut down a seat post for my son's dirt bike (Giant XTC). They also did some work on my old Bianchi - and took the time to make sure it worked after a slightly botched repair.
  • 7007 Woodlawn Ave NE, Seattle • Greenlake
    Adam Doppelt - Excellent bike shop. Reasonably price and the staff is very friendly.
    Shauna Swerland Youssefnia - we have gone there in the past to get bikes- a bit pricey but great knowledge and selection
    Tom Laramee - I took my kids here for their first bikes and it was such a great experience. The staff was knowledgable, and helpful, and we've been on the Burke regularly since.
  • 1007 NE Boat St, Seattle • University District
    Ben Shorr - I like this place. Mechanics are generally very helpful and generous with their time (when not busy). I've sold bikes here, bought parts, and purchased several Kona bikes that the Recycled Cycles shop builds up and then does periodic maintenance.
    Josh Bean - A stellar all-around bike shop that emulates the best of what cycling culture can and should be. If you're building up a bike or just look for a spare part, Recycled Cycles has it. Not to mention their technicians and general staff are incredibly friendly, helpful and non-judgemental. As a bonus, they'll even give you in store credit if you bring in old parts/tools that you have lying around!
    Ethan Cui - Every visit here is like a fun adventure where you can discover interesting used parts at a solid price. The staff is friendly and helpful too.
    recommended by Maria Hess, Bri Dotson
  • 1128 NW 52nd St, Seattle
    Ryan Burt - These guys are awesome - great service and honestly their pricing is ridiculously low. Super value bikes, and high quality. The ultimate utilitarian bike IMHO
    recommended by Darrell
  • 3418 Harbor Ave SW, Seattle • West Seattle
    Adam Loving - Great supporter of the Seattle bike racing scene.
    Ian Lurie - If you own a bicycle you HAVE to try this shop. They have a great selection. They also have amazing mechanics. I brought my bike in 24 hours before packing it for a trip to France. I'd broken the shifters and was desperate. Their mechanic fixed it in 30 seconds and didn't charge me a dime.
    recommended by Drue Stewart
  • 9614 16th Ave SW, Seattle
    Matt Shobe - Aaron is an internal hub expert - so if you've got one of those tricky transmissions from Shimano (my e-bike does) he's your go-to pick in Seattle. Of course it's a bike shop, so all the other service you might need is possible too. Aaron's got an opinionated eye for detail and will probably recommend things you weren't thinking about - lights, reflectors, replacement parts not involved with the original thing you saw him for, etc. – and I've concluded this comes from a place of concern for safe riding, not just a naked upsell opportunity.

    Last time I was there was the Tuesday before Thanksgiving and the shop stayed open a bit past closing time to wrap up my brake repairs. I appreciated that extra effort with no questions asked.
    Ted Ellis - Aaron's shop was extremely helpful - for both a tire repair - and a tune up. The fees were extremely affordable - and they were fast !
  • 1424 11th Ave, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Erika Ramberg - Great little bike shop started by 3 friends. Not only do they provide killer bike service / sales, they're fun to hang out with AND have a delicious cafe´inside. Best avocado toast in Seattle. Located inside Chop House row on Capitol Hill with lots of outdoor seating in a lovely courtyard.
    Sharlese Metcalf - Friendly staff and affordable prices!
  • 222 Yale Ave N, Seattle
    Mikaila McLane - My one stop shop for all outdoor gear. They have an excellent return policy and frequently have good sales and discounts.
    Meg Reynolds - I highly recommend getting fit for a bike at REI. The folks in cycling will not only fit you from a measurement perspective, but also help you get the right bike for what you want to do now and what you might aspire to do. You know they are super busy, so book an appointment.
  • 314 1st Ave S, Seattle • Pioneer Square
    Aren Kaser - An eclectic group of serious bikers. Fast, same day repairs and sales. The go to for downtown bike fanatics.
    recommended by Adam Loving
  • 6405 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle • Ravenna
    Ben Shorr - I've had several bike tune ups. Solid work and recommendations. Reasonably priced and straightforward folks.

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Stephanie Pederson
8 months ago • Tacoma
I can’t believe our sone has already outgrown his bike! Does anyone have a favorite place lace to buy a kid bike, preferably in the Tacoma area?
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