The Bike Connection 2011 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 The Bike Connection sells a wide variety of bicycles and accessories. The store rents bikes by the day, week and month.…More The Bike Connection has been in business for 17 years.
Front of The Pack 3944 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 Front of the Pack sells a large selection of bicycles, bike accessories and bike clothing, and also has a full bike…More repair department. Customers range from the casual cyclist to professional athletes, and they are FIST-certified bike fitters. They have an online store and are involved in local biking events.
Campus Bike Shop 459 Lagunita Dr, Stanford, CA94305 This small bike shop has sold, repaired and rented bicycles to the Stanford and Palo Alto communities since World War…More II. Nestled among Stanford's restaurants on the ground level of Stanford's Tressider Union, the Campus Bike Shop specializes in bike rentals. Bicycles can be borrowed for a day or up to a year, whether for students, researchers, Stanford faculty or local families. The Campus Bike Shop has up to 500 bicycles in its inventory for renting. Its busiest time for bike sales is in September, the beginning of the school year. Its owner Keith Moranz has been with the shop for more than 35 years and has a great sense of the history of the store. Its other employees include bike veterans, as well as local high school students. This shop also sells basic products, such as U-locks, chain locks and bike helmets. The Campus Bike Shop also sells comfort bikes, sports and mountain bikes, cruiser bikes and hybrid commuter bikes.
Velo Tech Cycles 732 Emerson St, Palo Alto, CA94301 Velo Tech Cycles is a specialty road bike shop that has been in Palo Alto for more than 11 years. At this "road…More bike boutique," customers may buy specialty, often custom, road bikes and cycling equipment. Customers also may get their bikes serviced by the knowledgeable owners themselves. The store's owners Mark and Tom say that combined, they have some of the best road bike knowledge and mechanic skills in the Bay Area. They combine their expertise with care for both their equipment and customers. To that end, Velo Tech has developed into a cycling enthusiast hangout, complete with a fun red couch and a chummy ambiance that's described by some as similar to "going to Cheers, but for bikes."
The Cardinal Bicycle Shop 1955 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 The Cardinal Bike Shop is Palo Alto's source for cycling gear. Bikes from brand names, including Raleigh, Kona and…More Diamondback, are offered for only $249 to $349. The store also sells bike carriers from Hollywood, Saris and Yakima, and clothing from Pearl Izumi. Cardinal is open seven days a week for customers' convenience.
Mike' s Bikes of Palo Alto 3001 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 As part of the Bay Area chain that started in 1964, Mike's Bikes in Palo Alto has a lot of cycling experience to draw…More from. This large location has a wide selection of bicycles, clothing and accessories and provides fitting and repair services. Don't miss the free bike maintenance classes on Wednesdays from 6pm to 7pm (check the web site for more information).
It started out over 40 years ago in the Menlo Park office of a used car salesman. From there it moved…More on-campus to a site on Salvatierra Walk and moved once more to its present home at the Tresidder Union. This invaluable university institution is known as the Campus Bike Shop.
The shop has bicycles for both rental and sale as well as extensive repair services. The Campus Bike Shop also offers a variety of free services such as a 24-hour air station complete with pressure gauge; complimentary loaner tools and oil for do-it-yourself repairs; and no-charge estimates and loaner bikes with any major service.
Bike Station Palo Alto 95 University Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 This bike station is located in the Caltrain station on the southbound side. It provides a secure location to store a…More bicycle while commuting, where it will be protected from the elements as well as theft by both physical boundaries and security cameras. It is run by nearby Palo Alto Bicycles and operates 24-hours a day, seven days a week.