About Durango Cyclery

Hours:

Winter (Nov-Mar):
10-5:30 Monday-Friday
10-3 Saturday
Closed Sunday

Summer (Mar-Nov):
10-6 Monday-Friday
10-5 Saturday
Closed Sunday

Our Story:

Durango Cyclery is the oldest, continuously running bike shop in Durango. We've been selling, servicing, and renting bikes for over 35 years and we are a local employee-owned and operated shop. Stop by our location and you may run into many of cycling’s most famous names hanging out reminiscing about wrenching on bikes back in the day. Our building is full of cycling history, and boxing history as well. Heavyweight Champion Max Baer (1934-1935) grew up here. Our staff is passionate about bikes, and passionate about keeping bikes out of landfills and in the hands anyone who wants to ride. Thanks to the generosity of community donations, we recycle old and forgotten bikes and transform them into affordable, sweet rides: mountain, road, townie, fat, BMX, and kid’s bikes. We are proud to keep people riding and the earth just a little greener.

We also sell and rent top of the line mountain, fat, road, and town bikes. And our service department is second to none! Our professional mechanics specialize in attention to detail, whether they are doing a full overhaul or flat change on your bike. We are proud to partner with Diaz Suspension Design for all of our customers' suspension service and tuning needs. Anthony Diaz is simply the best suspension tech in the business. Stop in for a chat, trail advice, cup of coffee, or a cold beverage.

* All Veterans receive 15% discount all the time.
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Contact:

  • (970)-247-0747
  • 143 E 13th Street Durango, CO 81301

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Rental & Service Rates

"Our expert mechanics specialize in attention to detail and provide the highest quality service to your bike. The boys in back ride a ton and understand that their work directly effects the quality of your ride. They are always up to date on the latest technology and service requirements, but they can also tune that 1956 Schwinn cruiser or 1993 vintage mountain bike.We most likely have the parts in our huge selection of used and recycled parts. We guarantee you'll receive the best service and that you will be happy with our work. Come on in for a tune, brake bleed, cable adjustment, wheel build, and any of your maintenance needs. Our mechanics are second to none."

Rental Rates:

Includes helmet, flat repair, and expert trail advice
Hardtail Mountain- $50
Premium Full Suspension Mountain- $75
Fat Bike- $65
Town Bike- $25

Service Rates:

Complete overhaul- $250
Basic Tune- $85
Deluxe Tune- $125 with brake or shift cables, $150 with both
Suspension Fork overhaul- $70
Rear Shock overhaul- $40-60
Brake Bleed- $25-35
Bike Wash-$35
Wheel Build- $60-70
Wheel True- $15+
Chain Install- $12
Flat Repair- Front or off bike $10, Rear $12, Internal Hub $20

Team

Russell, Monty, Garret, Jon, Tim, Eric, Brendan, Rick, Sesh and Mark

Friends

IMBA, Durango DEVO, Trails 2000, Hermosa Tours, People for Bikes, World Bike Relief, Durango Wheel Club, Durango and Animas High School Mountain Bike Teams, Four Corners River Sports, Steaming Bean Coffee, Ska Brewing, Carvers Brewing, Durango Brewing, Colorado Trail Foundation, Diaz Suspension Design, The Chip Peddler, Alpaca Rafts, King Cage, Animas Brewing and Pine Needle Mountaineering.

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