There are 26 places
throughout Santa Barbara county to buy bicycles, accessories and service.
They are located in the six urban areas as shown on the map. You may not
need them, but when you do, they're ready to help you.
They have different hours and open
days, so check before going to any. Below are photos of some
Phone numbers are area code 805.
Rincon Cycles in Carpinteria.
Open Air Bicycles shop in Santa Barbara.
The Associated Students Bike Shop on the UCSB campus in Goleta.
Dr. Js shop is in Downtown Solvang.
Cranky's Bikes is in Downtown Santa Barbara.
The Bicycle Connection is one of two bike shops in Lompoc.
Hazard's Cyclesport is the oldest shop in the county.
The Pedal Power shop is in Santa Maria.
The Original Bikesmiths shop in Carpinteria.
Santa Maria & Orcutt
Central Coast Cyclery, 1108 East Clark Avenue, #I80,
Orcutt, phone 934-2003, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Road bikes, mountain bikes, BMX jumping bikes, kids bikes, beach cruisers,
and comfort bikes by Free Agent, Raleigh, Diamondback, KHS and Haro. Bike
repair plus cycling clothes, helmets,
car racks, pumps, lights and many other accessories.
College Square shopping center, 560 East Betteravia Road #G, Orcutt, phone 347-1950,
Giant, Cannondale, and We The People bicycles. Large selection of road,
mountain, hybrid, comfort, cyclocross, cruiser and BMX bikes. Car racks,
eyeware, clothing and expert service.
Cycles, 311 East
Main Street, Santa Maria, phone 922-5577, email email@example.com.
Mainstreet Cycles is a pro level shop without the attitude, they have all
the essentials for your cycling needs. Road, mountain and cruiser bikes
by Trek, Electra and Gary Fisher. Expert bike fitting and maintenance.
Play It Again Sports,
2530 South Broadway, Santa Maria, phone 614-0072, email PIAS11224@aol.com.
Constantly changing selection of brand name used bicycles and other sports
equipment. Trade in your old bikes for cash or credit.
Pedal Power Bicycles, 1740
South Broadway, Santa Maria, phone 349-2294.
Connection, 223 West Ocean Avenue, phone 736-4849 Bicycles for the
entire family from adult to kids. Repairs on all makes and
models, and offer a 90-day lay-away and tune-up specials. Bikes by Specialized,
KHS, Electra, and Zip electric trikes.
Unlimited, 660 North H Street, phone 736-4064. Line of bikes by
Trek, Diamondback, Gary Fisher, Raleigh, Niner, Mirraco, Santa Cruz, Nirve,
and Redline. Accessories and repairs.
J's Bicycle Shop, 1693 Mission Drive, phone 688-6263, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full service bike shop with bikes by Specialized, Redline and Electra. Juvenile,
BMX, freesytle and cruiser bikes; men and lady's single and multi-speed beach
cruisers; cross and comfort bikes; mountain bikes; and road and touring bikes.
Complete lines of accessories, maps, helmets, and car racks. In-shop service
for all bicycles.
Students Bike Shop.
This shop is funded and run by the University of California's Associated
Students organization. Students can borrow tools after showing an ID card,
and obtain assistance from the staff. Compressed air is available, along
with bikes and accessories for sale to all.
250 Storke Road #A, phone 685-6799, email email@example.com.
Great selection of Trek, Specialized, Phat Cycles and Electra bikes. Choose
mountain bikes, road bikes, hybrids, commuter, beach cruisers, and children’s
bikes. Large selection of cycling apparel, a diagnostic service area, a
knowledgeable staff, and accessories that make your trips more enjoyable.
Bicycles, 880 Embarcadero
Del Mar, and 6539 Trigo Road, Isla Vista, phone 968-3338, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
New and used mountain bikes, hybrids, beach cruisers, electric-assist,
and road bikes from Diamondback, Currie, Firmstrong and Fuji. Rentals by
the day, week or month. Trade-ins accepted. Service and accessories
6547 Pardall Road, Isla Vista, phone 968-4914, email email@example.com.
Bikes by meridn FLyer, Macargi, 3G, Origin 8, and Sun. Accessories and
5887 Hollister Avenue, phone 964-8355, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mountain, road, city, cruiser, BMX, and electric bikes, plus trailers,
car racks, accessories, rentals, demos, the best places to ride, and repairs.
Bikes for the whole family, by Santa Cruz, Yeti, Kona, Raleigh, Surly,
Scott, Marin, Dahon, Nirve, Redline, Free Agent, and Fit Bike Co.
Bob's, 15 Hitchcock Way, phone 682-4699, email email@example.com.
Great selection of Trek and Specialized bikes. Choose mountain bikes,
road bikes, hybrids, commuter and children’s bikes. Large selection
of cycling apparel, a diagnostic service area, a knowledgeable staff, and
accessories that make your trips more enjoyable.
Box 300, Santa Barbara 93102, phone 569-5381, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Light transportation bikes from Koga-Miyata, Incline, Van Dessel, and Breezer.
They have chainless drive-shaft bikes, and derailleur-free internal gear
bikes. Accessories from Inertia. By appointment only.
Bikes, 1014 State Street Santa Barbara, phone 963-7433. Sells and
repairs every type of bike, including BMX, commuter, cross, fixed-gear,
kids, mountain, road, and single speed bikes. Wheel building and bike
building from components up to match your dreams. Guaranteed service From
a simple tune up to a complete overhaul.
Bicycles, 118 West Canon Perdido Street, phone 884-0210, email Fastrack@mindspring.com.
FasTrack stocks a large inventory of premium road bikes, along with the
finest cycling componentry and accessories. Bikes by Trek, Giant, Scott,
Cervelo, Guru, and Pinarello. Also some mountain and urban bikes. Special
orders not a problem. Owned and operated by Dave Lettieri with 35 years
of vast cycling experience.
Cyclesport, 110 Anacapa Street, phone 966-3787, email email@example.com.
Established 1914, Hazard's is the oldest bike shop in Santa Barbara.
Bikes by: Specialized, Electra, Felt, Ridley, Orbea, Santa Cruz and Specialized.
Sponsor of regional clubs: Santa Barbara Triathlon, UCSB Cycling, UCSB Triathlon,
Echelon Cycling, Momentum 4 Life, Moms In Motion, and more. Complete line of
accessories and expert repairs, fitting, overhauls, and custom builds.
Air Bicycles, 1303 State Street, phone 962-7000, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full service bike shop with emphasis on bikes for all family members, from
the kids to the elite racers. Join them for weekly shop rides. They feature
road, mountain, BMX, commuter, folding, electric-assist, cruiser and rental
bikes from: Giant, Cannondale, Schwinn, GT and Mongoose.
Bikes, 436 State Street, phone 963-8885, email email@example.com.
Sales and rentals of Pedego electric assist bicycles. Select from commuters,
cruisers, off-road, trikes or tandem bikes. Rentals by the hour or day.
It Again Sports, 4850 Hollister Avenue, phone 967-9889, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Constantly changing selection of brand name used bicycles and other
sports equipment. Trade in your old bikes for cash or credit.
Equipment Inc (REI),
321 Anacapa Street, phone 560-1938.
Bicycling and other outdoor sport products. Bicycles from Cannondale, Electra,
GT, Marin, Novara, Raleigh, Scott, Scuut, Surly, Swobo, Wehoo, and Zigo.
Bike maintenance service. Bike maintenance classes and other educational offerings.
633 State Street, phone 963-7775, email email@example.com.
Mountain, road, city, cruiser, BMX, and electric bikes, plus trailers, car
racks, accessories, rentals, demos, the best places to ride, and repairs. Bikes
for the whole family, by Santa Cruz, Yeti, Kona, Raleigh, Surly, Scott, Marin,
Dahon, Nirve, Redline, Free Agent, and Fit Bike Co.
1060 Casitas Pass Road, phone 566-1800, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
They offer new and used sports equipment, including new beach
cruiser bikes and accessories.
Rincon Cycles, 5100 Carpinteria
Avenue, phone 684-9466. They specialize in tandem bikes, but also carry
an extensive line of Giant, Specialized and other brands for beginners and
elite cyclists. Rentals available too.
5441B Carpinteria Avenue, phone 684-3150, email email@example.com.
They provide precise, artistic and durable bike building and repair for any
bike: road, mountain, city, comfort and cruisers from Museeuw, Lynskey,
Bianchi, Marin and Electra. They consider themselves an "Oil Addiction