Adventure Cycling & Fitness - York, PA

4370 W Market Street
York, PA 17408

717-792-4400  

Mon-Fri 10-8, Sat 10-5
Closed Sunday

Your Local, Family Owned Bike Shop Since 1987

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Feature Items

  • Bontrager Ion 1 Headlight & Flare 1 Taillight Set
    $37.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (3 Reviews)

    Bontrager combines the Ion 1 and Flare 1 for excellent illumination and visibility when riding at night! The Ion has 3 bright, environmentally friendly LEDs visible from… [more]

  • Light & Motion 200 Commuter Combo (Urban 200/Vis 180 Micro)
    $89.99
    $119.99

    Light & Motion's 200 Commuter Combo includes their Urban 200 headlight and Vis 180 Micro taillight. It's a great setup for commuting or even hitting some singletrack… [more]

  • Garmin Edge Touring Plus
    $299.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    Leave the tedious leg-work of planning routes to Garmin's Edge Touring Plus so you can focus on the enjoyable leg-work of riding. Preloaded with Garmin's Cycle Map, it's… [more]

  • Bontrager Trip 100
    $49.99
    Product Rating
     
    1.5 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's Trip 100 computer displays current, average, and maximum speed, current and total mileage, ride time, and even calories… [more]

  • Bontrager Flare 1 Taillight
    $14.99

    Bontrager’s Flare 1 Taillight provides essential visibility. This all-weather light features three red LEDs that are visible from 3,000 feet across a 270-degree viewing… [more]

  • Bontrager Ion 700 USB Headlight
    $99.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (3 Reviews)

    With focused optics and 270 degrees of visibility, Bontrager’s Ion 700 USB Headlight lets you see and be seen out there. A high-power CREE LED bulb pumps out 700 lumens… [more]

  • CamelBak Podium Big Chill Bottle
    $14.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    Long rides in the blazing sun are no match for the insulating power of CamelBak's Podium Big Chill Bottle. It boasts a double-wall polypropylene construction with an… [more]

Specials

 

It's Arrived—Trek's Women's Ride Guide!

Ladies, come pick up Trek's WSD Ride Guide!Trek loves women cyclists and so do we! So we're happy to announce that their new Women's Ride Guide is here. It helps you find the perfect bike and offers excellent tips and stories about women cyclists of all backgrounds.
Come to Adventure Cycling and pickup a free copy and if you have any questions or want to test ride a bike, we're here to help!

Click Here for Digital Version.

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Bikes You'll Love

We've got a lot of bikes to love at Adventure Cycling. With great brands like Trek, Co-Motion, Surly and more we're sure to have a bike you want. Not sure what you want? Come in and let us help you pick the bike for the way youn want to ride.

Co-Motion -Artwork in Motion

Every Co-Motion bicycle is built by hand! Co-Motion Cycles hand builds every frame producing the perfect fit, incredible ride quality, phenomenal attention to detail and a stunning work of art. We don't blame you for keeping it in your living room!

Cycling Clothing That Lets You Keep Riding All Winter lLng

Pearl Izumi Cycling Clothing - Just Keep Riding

"On the Road and Trail" Repair Class

Our popular "On The Road Repair Class" is back for another year. It features how to handle the most commonly needed repairs while out for a ride. We'll teach you all you need to know to keep your bike running smoothly, and to feel more confident and self-reliant when you're riding alone. There is no charge for these classes.

Calendar for Clinics and Events 

Classes will be held Wednesday evenings and Saturdays beginning September 21.  Class size is limited, so reserve your space now!

Adventure Tip of the Day

Communication Is Key - The most important rule of group riding is good communication. Ideally, someone will explain the ride in advance pointing out any safety considerations such as rough roads, high-traffic areas, easily missed turns, etc. If no one seems in charge, ask people about the ride. Don't be shy. Sometimes there's no formal leader and the assumption is made that everyone knows what's going on simply because they've come out for the ride. This is sure to cause problems that could result in a crash. If you don't know, ask, and keep asking until you find someone who can tell you what's going on. There are always a few people who know and are willing to help and it can make a big difference in how much you enjoy the ride and how safe it is.