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Exton Bicycles
337 E. Lincoln Hwy
Exton, PA 19341
ph.610-363-2747
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West Chester
Bicycle Center

1342 B West Chester Pike
West Chester, PA 19382
ph.610-431-1856
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Welcome to Exton Bicycles and West Chester Bicycle Center

 

We are full-service, family-owned and operated bicycle shops that has been servicing cycling needs at all levels since 1974.

 

We hope this Internet site will enhance our commitment to you and make your shopping experience more convenient.

 

Our site features links to our leading brands, but the site is only a representation of our offerings. For the complete availability of our services and products, stop by our Exton store on Route 30 or our West Chester location out on Route 3 to touch, feel and ride what you need.

 

FREE
One-year checkup on your new bike purchase plus optional Lifetime Service Policy available.

 

FREE
Professional Assembly

We Proudly Carry Giant Bicycles!

Exton Bicycles and West Chester Bicycle Center are your bike headquarters
Giant bicycles are an amazing way to enjoy life, family and the beauty that surrounds us. We have a great selection of Giants for all ages and interests, and our friendly staff will help you find just the one you want!

Today's Tip

Check Chain Wear - If you ride a lot, you should inspect your chain every six months or so to see if it should be replaced. Check chain wear by leaning your bike against a wall and pushing on a pedal to load the chain. Then, pick any chain pin on the top of the chain and measure to any pin 12 inches away. Because the links are exactly an inch long when new, you should be able to measure exactly 12 inches between two pins. If the measurement is 12 1/8 inches, or longer, it's time to replace the chain. Keep in mind, that when you replace the chain, you may also need to replace the cassette because they wear at approximately the same rate.

Today's Word of the Day

Taylor, Major
Marshall Taylor (nicknamed "Major"), was the second internationally famous African American professional athlete and arguably the best American cyclist, ever. Though he was regularly bullied by racist competitors who ganged up to defeat him; restricted by race promoters who allowed only white racers; and even harassed by death threats, Taylor excelled  becoming world and American champion in 1899, setting many world records and receiving a $10,000-a-year salary. 
 
 
 
 
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