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34 Rio Vista Drive
St. Augustine, FL, 32084
904-824-2422
Sprockets Bicycle Shop-St. Augustine, FL
       HOURS:  Monday - Friday 10-6, Saturday - Sunday 10-4
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

We Can Fix It!

We’re your bicycle repair headquarters!When it comes to bicycle repair, we're the best. Our technicians are trained in all the latest components and technology and have over 20 years of professional experience. Whether you need a new component installed, a basic tune-up or a major overhaul to get your machine running like new, we have the know-how, materials and tools to do the job right. And all our work is 100% guaranteed. Stop by Sprockets Bicycle Shop today to have your bike tuned up.

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MirraCo: Feel The Ride!

Dave Mirra is the legend behind MirraCo bikes from Sprockets Bicycle Shop!

 If you could have a pro BMXer design your bike, who would it be? How about the one-and-only Dave Mirra? That's who's behind MirraCo bicycles and why Sprockets Bicycle Shop carries MirraCo. Come check out our amazing line-up of Dave's finest today!

 

Sun Tricycles from Sprockets!

For fun and fitness go with a Sun bicycle from Sprockets!

Sun tricycles are a downright delightful way to get out, get around and get fit! And Sprockets has a wide selection and can help you pick your perfect ride. Swing on by soon!

 

Trek Madone On Interbike TV!

Sprockets Bicycle Shop Tip of the Day!

Clothing For Cold Weather Cycling - The key to enjoying cold-weather cycling is dressing in layers, a technique that makes it easy to adjust to changes in weather, temperature and wind direction simply by stripping or adding some clothing. Start with a moisture-moving base layer that pulls perspiration away from your skin to keep you dry and warm. Add a long-sleeve jersey to this (what weight to wear depends on the temperature) and top these layers off with a light vest or jacket that can easily be stuffed into a jersey pocket if you warm up. Never make the mistake of riding only in shorts. Sure, your legs are doing a lot of work. But that frigid wind will chill your knees, thighs and ligaments quickly, which slows blood flow and may cause injury. A good rule is to protect your legs whenever it's 60 degrees or colder. Knee and leg warmers are handy because they're easy to put on, take off and carry. Knickers offer knee warmth and look cool. As the mercury drops though, consider full tights for optimum warmth. Please contact us for more specific recommendations. We're here to help.