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Upcoming EVENTS

  • Join Eric on Sunday, Feb 26th 2017 for a mountain bike ride at the trail head to Farrington Woods in Danbury. The ride will last about 1 1/2 - 2 hours and will be followed by awesome local b-b-q at Northern Smoke in Carmel (about 10 mins from the trail).  The trails are technical singletrack with some rock outcropping sections. The ride will be challenging, but fun! Please bring water, energy food and stuff to change a flat.  Questions? Call 914-666-4044 for more info. Hope to see you there!
  • Join us at Eddy Merckx Cycles National Headquarters in Mount Kisco on Friday May 5th, 2017 from 7:30-9:30 PM. Check out their amazing line of bikes, and visit with sales reps from several companies (Bell, Giro, Skratch, Tifosi glasses, Sidi shoes, Bkool trainers, and more!) Have a drink and some nosh, and schmooze with other cycling enthusiasts! 

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Bicycle World in Mt Kisco, NY provides an exceptional cycling experience for all types of riders. We offer road, mountain, comfort, hybrid, and children's bicycles, along with helmets, clothing, shoes, car racks, and all of the related accessories to make sure your ride is optimal. Our expertly trained sales staff will be happy to help you find just the right products to exceed all of your expectations. We are located in Mount Kisco, NY, which is in beautiful Westchester County, part of the Hudson Valley. And, as a local bike shop, we are proud to serve the community and all of their cycling needs.


From the BLOG

Why Electric Bikes might be the greatest thing to hit the bike industry in years

downloadAt the latest Independent Bike Dealer Summit in Arizona, e-bikes were a hot topic. While many shops have already embraced the e-bike movement, many still struggle with how, or if, to add these to their sales floor. Europe’s bike market is more progressive than the US market in this regard, and industry experts say that we are about 5-10 years behind Europe’s e-bike market. E-bikes currently account for less than 1% of the US market, while in many European countries, 1 in every 3 bikes sold is an e-bike! That could mean good things for the US market, which has been struggling to attract new riders. One of our mechanics was recently in Germany on vacation, and couldn’t believe how many e-bikes he saw everywhere he went.