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Newtown Bicycle Shop

Location & Directions 215-968-3200
 
 
 
 
 

Feature Items

  • Liv Adore 20
    $199.95

    Freedom and fun await. Liv's Adore 20 will spark her sense of adventure. A lightweight aluminum frame with a low stand-over height, 20-inch wheels, coaster brake, and… [more]

  • Louis Garneau Gravel MTB Shoes
    $99.95

    Our entry-level MTB shoe, the Gravel is a great choice for beginning mountain bikers. DETAILS: -Ergo Grip 2 outsole with removable studs: Provides excellent traction for… [more]

  • Giant Escape 3
    $349.95

    The ultimate answer to on-road versatility. Ride it to work, to school, or just for the fun of it. Built with a lightweight ALUXX aluminum frame that’s designed for… [more]

  • Giant Roam 2 Disc
    $549.95

    With the confidence of a mountain bike and the quickness of a road bike, this bike is ready for streets, paths or trails. The all-new Giant Roam 2 Disc is built for… [more]

  • Louis Garneau Tiffany Helmet - Women's
    $39.95

    Garneau's versatile Tiffany helmet offers women the technology for top protection with colors and designs that will appeal to any woman looking to combine performance… [more]

  • Giant Sedona DX
    $449.95

    Go for a spin on the road, path or trail. Giant's Sedona DX lets you turn everyday rides into mini adventures. The Sedona is designed with the stable, confident stance… [more]

 

Bike Back To School!

We're your bike-to-school headquarters!
School is expensive! Why not save money and avoid hassles by bicycling there? You'll cut parking, gas and maintenance costs. Plus, you'll meet more people and enjoy every ride! So, drop by and let us set you up to head to school in style on a bicycle!
Bicycle Accessories Bikes For School Bicycle Helmets & Bags
We have a great selection of bike-to-school accessories from locks and racks, to lights, bells and mirrors! We also have the perfect back-to-school bicycle for you. In all styles, sizes and colors, too! We do repairs and service on most bicycles! We'll get your bike ready  for the up coming school season.

Find Your Bike's Value With BicycleBlueBook.com!

Want to trade-In your bicycle? We've partnered with BicycleBlueBook.com to make the process simple and seamless. Bring your bike in today for a quick appraisal by one of our trained staff, and walk out with a new ride today!

Buy Online, Pickup In Store!

Save time and money by buying online and picking it up here!

When you buy online and select our pickup-in-store option, we'll have your items ready so you won't have to wait! It's more convenient to shop this way, plus there are no shipping or handling charges. And, you'll get your order as soon as you can pedal down to our store!

Shop online

Affordable, Professionally Assembled Bicycles And More!

There's nothing like a fun bicycle ride to make your day!
If you're looking for a new bicycle, you're in the right place. Our store is full of affordable bikes and every one is professionally assembled, ready to ride and guaranteed. Browse our online selection here and swing by our store for a test ride!
See our cycling clothing and accessories! See our bicycles! Learn more about our bicycle repairs!
There are certain niceties that make cycling even more fun, like a helmet, an easy-to-use tire pump and a bottle for staying hydrated. Come see our sweet selection and enjoy your ride even more! Whether you want to cruise along scenic bike paths, pedal for fun and health or you're getting back into biking, we've got a wide selection of bikes and we'll help you find the perfect one! All our bicycles are assembled by professional mechanics and we're here to help with any adjustments you need. Already have a bike? Check out all the services we offer!

 Harry's Video tour of the store

Hours

Mon 12 - 5

Tues through Fri 
11 - 6:00

 
 Sat  10 - 4

Sun Closed

 

 

Thanks Courier Times readers for voting us one of the best bike shops in Bucks County for 2013 and 2014, we sure appreciate it!

Myth Busters: Amazing Legs!

Cycling will never make your legs look like this!
Don't let common cycling myths ruin your ride...

THE MYTH: Cycling makes your legs too big.

BUSTED! Bicycling actually tones the legs making them svelter and stronger without adding muscle mass!

Be sure to read all our cycling myths.

Bike Picker

Some of the bikes we have. Use our bike picker to browse some of them.

Bike Picker
 

Cycling Tip of the day

Cycling doesn't have to be hard on your hands. Hand pain can signal that your bike needs to be adjusted for a better fit. For example, if your handlebars are too low, or your seat is too high, more weight gets transferred to your hands as you lean forward. Or, if your saddle is too far back you are also putting more weight than normal on your hands. It's also advisable on longer rides to change your hand position often. Always avoid gripping the bars tightly. This exaggerates hand discomfort. The best defense against hand problems can be as simple as a good pair of cycling gloves. These offer beneficial padding in the right places and can also help protect your hands in case you fall.

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The Delaware Canal Towpath is minutes away!

The Delaware Canal towpath has been given a smooth new surface over a 30-mile stretch from Morrisville to Uhlerstown, PA. Five bridges across the Delaware river provide a connection with the Delaware and Raritan Canal in New Jersey. Together, they make it possible for cyclists looking for an easy ride away from traffic to make loop rides ranging in length from seven to seventy miles.

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The Delaware Canal Towpath is minutes away!

The Delaware Canal towpath has been given a smooth new surface over a 30-mile stretch from Morrisville to Uhlerstown, PA. Five bridges across the Delaware river provide a connection with the Delaware and Raritan Canal in New Jersey. Together, they make it possible for cyclists looking for an easy ride away from traffic to make loop rides ranging in length from seven to seventy miles.

Additional Delaware Canal info =>

Bikes for the towpath =>

Pennsylvania rails to trails info =>