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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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Fall In Love With Trek from Sprockets!

Fall in love with riding all over again with a new Trek from Sprockets!
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and that can only mean one thing: It's riding season! We've got a Trek bicycle to suit your passion, whatever it may be. Road, mountain, city, we've got the right Trek bike for you! Check out Sprockets Bicycle Shop's wide selection and get ready to fall in love all over again.

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!

 

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Sprockets Bicycle Shop Tip of the Day!

Follow A Pre-Ride Checklist To increase Enjoyment, Reduce Problems - Begin by holding up one end of your bike, then the other, slowly spinning your tires to check for damage, excessive wear or a wobbly rim that rubs against the brake pads. Spin the pedals backwards and watch the chain as it winds through the rear derailleur cage. Is it rolling smoothly or does it kink up? Check your tire pressure with a gauge and add or decrease pressure for the ride you're about to do. Squeeze your brakes and watch the brake pads in front and rear. Is the operation equal and smooth or is one side moving more than the other? Look closely at the brake pads to inspect for signs of excessive wear or glazing. Finally, check that your handlebar, stem, seatpost and wheel quick-release levers are snug. Do you have the water, food, tools and personal items you need? Grab your helmet and have a great ride.