Newtown Bicycle Shop

Location & Directions 215-968-3200
 
 
 
 

Feature Items

  • Giant XTC Jr. 24
    $319.95
    Product Rating
     
    3.5 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    Giant's XTC Jr. is ready for fun and adventure! This is a 24-inch-wheel mountain bike your child is sure to love. It features a lightweight aluminum frame, a suspension… [more]

  • Giant Cyclotron Mag II Trainer
    $169.95

    Giant's Cyclotron Mag II Trainer is a versatile tool that lets you ride whenever you want, regardless of weather, daylight or schedule issues. It features a heavy-duty… [more]

  • Serfas Hunter
    $50.00

    Ready to hit the trail, tear up the road and even play at the beach? Get going with Serfas' Hunter glasses. Lightweight and form-fitting with scratch-resistant lenses,… [more]

  • Serfas Thunderbolt Taillight
    $44.95
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (3 Reviews)

    Serfas' Thunderbolt Taillight delivers 35 lumens in an extremely versatile, USB-rechargeable package. Attach the water-resistant silicone body nearly anywhere on your… [more]

  • Haro 100.3 - 20.3-Inch
    $279.95

    Learning some techy tricks starts with throwing a leg over Haro's 100.3. The 100 series features a strong high-tensile steel frame and fork and 8.25-inch rise handlebar.… [more]

  • Serfas TSL-550 Headlight
    $149.95

    With 550 lumens, Serfas’ TSL-550 headlight commands attention. Five modes illuminate your path, and the long-lasting, rechargeable Lithium-on battery is conveniently… [more]

 

From Kindergarten To College: Bike Back To School!

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

 Harry's Video tour of the store

Hours

Mon, Tues, Wed and Thur 11 - 6
Fri 11 - 7
Sat 10 - 4

 

Bicycle Shorts Offer Comfort And Style

Are you suffering from a painful or numb bum on rides? End the agony by getting and wearing bicycle shorts. These include ingenious features that enhance comfort and eliminate pain. We've got an excellent selection for men and women and all types of riding. Come in and try some on today. You'll feel like you're sitting on a cloud!

Bike Picker

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

Bike Picker
 

Cycling Tip of the day

Stretch Away Discomfort - Stretching helps flexibility and comfort, yet it's easy to overlook when you're riding. All it takes is thinking of it and taking a break to loosen up (we don't recommend on-the-bike stretching because you might crash). One great stretch for the back, that's easy to do, is standing straight, raising your arms over your head and reaching as high as you can. Hold this position for thirty seconds or so and you'll feel much looser. Also, gently bend your neck to both sides and to the front and back and hold for a few seconds in each position to ease any tightness. Pressure on the hands and arms causes fatigue and pain. To relieve it, every few miles remove one hand at a time from the bars and shake it out by your side.

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Bring Your Bicycle Repairs To Us!

We'll get your bicycle running smoothly!
We specialize in expert bicycle repair. Whether it's an old dust-covered rig you want to get overhauled for riding to work, your custom machine that needs a basic tune-up for that big ride, or just about anything else, simply bring your machine by and we'll get it running right again!

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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