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Bob's Bicycle Shop





510 East Eau Gallie Blvd.
| IHB, FL
321-773-2093
M-F 9:30-6:00 Sat 10-6 Sun 11-3pm
Bob's Beach Bicycle Works





113 5th Avenue | Indialantic, FL

321-725-2500
M-F 9:30-6:00 Sat 9:30-6 Sun 11-3pm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Tax-Return Dollars Well Spent!

We're Remodeling!

After the dust settles, we'll have more space for the bikes, gear and clothing you want to see! Don't worry, we'll stay open through the transition so come by and check out our progress!

Not Sure What The Bunny's Gonna Bring?

To help out the Hoppy One, our store is loaded with great Easter gifts! A new helmet, jersey or bike would be a great way for your child or significant other to start spring!

We're Looking To Hire!

We're looking for knowledgeable people who are passionate about cycling. We take great pride in providing professional, reliable customer service. If you're excited about giving people the best bicycling experience possible, please fill out our application.

FAT BIKE Specialist!

    

Moonlander runs 4.8? tires on 100mm rims. Such a large footprint allows you to ride them at very low pressure, which (as with a snowshoe) enables unparalleled traction and float over all kinds of terrain…wet stuff, roots, rocks, pebbles, gravel, sand, and many types of snow. Moonlander, like its name implies, is meant to go beyond where normal bikes, even normal fat bikes, can go. It is designed from the ground up to ride where there are no roads, no trails and no people. The frame’s geometry is not unlike a standard mountain bike, with a bottom bracket height that supplies plenty of clearance for bushwhacking and monster-trucking while remaining low enough for a stable ride. The toptube maximizes standover height while keeping the headtube fairly high so you can set up your rig with a comfortable, all-day-grind riding position. SHOP NOW!

Ride Trek Bikes!

Bob's Daily Cycling Tip

Maintain Your Seatpost - One important and often-neglected maintenance task is seatpost lubrication. Left alone, steel and aluminum seatposts can actually freeze in steel and aluminum frames due to corrosion from water that seeps between the seatpost and frame on wet rides. To prevent this and keep the post moving freely, extract it about every two months (more frequently if you ride in wet conditions a lot) and apply a light coat of lube inside the seat tube on the frame (if you smear the lube on the seatpost, it'll get scraped off when you slide the post into the frame). Please note that most manufacturers do not recommend greasing carbon frames or carbon seatposts. Please ask if you have any questions about your bicycle.

Shopping At Your Fingertips!

We make online shopping easy, fast and fun!

Get all your shopping done the easy way and 24/7 by using our extensive online catalog! We've got what you're looking for in stock or in our warehouse and you can pick it up in our store or have it shipped. We've made shopping easier and more fun than ever!

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

bar end shifters

Sometimes called "bar cons" (short for bar controls), these are shift levers that mount in the ends of the handlebars so that you can shift without removing your hands from the bars.

Trek Bicycles Are Too Much Fun!

Trek Bicycles are fun!

The joy of riding a bicycle is so simple and so beneficial, why would you ever want to miss out? Stir up a little joy on your Trek bicycle today!