Pelham Bicycle Center address indicator: 109 Wolfs Lane Pelham, NY 10803hours of operation and days of week

The Pelham Bicycle Center Advantage

Welcome to Pelham Bicycle Center!

Pelham Bicycle Center ShowroomServing Westchester County, New Rochelle, Scarsdale, Bronxville, Eastchester, White Plains & Mamoroneck Rye.

With all the choices and configurations of modern cycling equipment, we understand that purchasing a bicycle can be an overwhelming experience. At Pelham Bicycle Center, our goal is to help you choose the right bike for your needs in a comfortable, no pressure environment.

Whether you're a first time or casual rider, or a seasoned professional... Pelham Bicycle Center offers a diverse selection of the finest quality merchandise with an extra emphasis on service. Established in 1945, our reputation for high quality service is well known.

Whether you need a custom built racing bike, or are picking out your child's first tricycle, Pelham Bicycle Center is here to insure that your shopping experience is a pleasant one.

We Value Your Business

  • When you buy a new bike at Pelham Bicycle Center, we make sure you're satisfied with your purchase. We offer free adjustments for 90 days on adult bicycles and 30 days free adjustments on children's bicycles.  Plus, during that period, we offer a 15% discount on all accessories. 
  • We offer expert bicycle fittings available for all bike types.
  • We're happy to special order items we don't have in stock.
  • We stand behind our products and services - just ask us!

Pelham Bicycle Center Staff

Our manager Pedro keeps the shop running smoothly. Pedro is a certified master fitter, an expert road racer and a top-level mechanic  The owner of seven custom built bikes, his experience will guide you in picking the correct bike for your cycling style. And, being a dad himself, Pedro can fit your child with a bike that's the right style and size to get them on their journey to experiencing the fun of cycling!  

Peter is our sales guru and is both a mountain and a road bike rider.  He is a 2 time Connecticut mountain champion and still races (after all these years)! With 38 years in the cycling industry Peter is a fountain of knowledge. He leads our Saturday morning casual bike ride for beginning road riders.  As a certified bike fitter and experienced rider he will guide you in picking the correct bike for your riding style.

Why Buy From Your Local Bike Shop?

We make bike buying easy and fun!

The bicycle you buy, and especially where you buy it, has a huge impact on your safety, comfort, and how much fun you have riding! 

Bicycles are fun vehicles that can travel at high speeds and withstand even demanding conditions. To do their best, they need to be constructed of high-quality materials, assembled by competent and trained bicycle mechanics, and properly adjusted to fit you right.

By purchasing your new bike from us instead of a mass merchant or "discount" department store, you receive numerous important advantages, which we outline here.

COMPARISON: Bicycle Shops vs Mass-Merchants

Advantages Bicycle Shops Mass-Merchants /
Department Stores
Bike Comfort and Fit People come in all sizes and need the expert fit bike shops can provide. They ensure that your bike is the right size and adjusted properly just for you. Test rides and follow-up fitting fine-tuning is available, too. The result is easy, efficient and safe cycling and more fun! Mass-merchant bicycles come in few sizes forcing you to compromise on the fit. These stores also do not have experienced staff who understand how to measure you or how to adjust the bike to fit you. Plus, they don’t offer test rides and don’t do follow-up adjustments. The result is an uncomfortable, inefficient ride.
Selection Bike shops have a wide selection of bicycle models, sizes, styles and colors. Their expert staff coaches you through the process of finding the best bike for you. Selection is usually very limited and staff expertise is limited, too, or non-existent.
Bicycles come in boxes and need to be assembled carefully and properly to be safe, work right and hold up. Bike shop bikes are assembled in-store by experienced mechanics, and each is test ridden to ensure proper function and safety. They are then carefully fit to you at the time of purchase. Test rides, tune-ups and instructions assure safe and great rides. Some mass-merchants sell unassembled bikes meaning you have to do it yourself (yes, it's "only" a bicycle, but it still requires significant know-how to build it right). Plus, no test rides, tune-ups or safety tests are available. Many buyers eventually bring these bikes to bike shops to be properly assembled or adjusted.
Value After The Sale
Bicycle shops have an experienced staff who welcome post-sale service and adjustments, usually for free or at low cost. They want to satisfy your needs and help you fully enjoy cycling! After buying a bike from a mass-merchant, you have little or no help after the sale, either if problems occur or if you just want help to enjoy your bicycle more.
Bike shops offer a wide selection of quality cycling accessories, helmets and clothing in many models, colors and sizes. The staff consults with you to find the right accessories and gear for your bike and how and where you ride. Usually a limited or poor selection of accessories is available, with little or no help to choose the right ones. Often, these are cheap, knockoff products, which can create safety and reliability issues, too.
Warranty Bicycles sold at bike shops come with full warranties. And, most problems are resolved in-house. Plus, shops stand behind their bikes and products with experienced mechanics and riding experts. Products sold here have manufacturer warranties only, making it impossible or cumbersome to get a repair or adjustment. They may let you return the bike for a refund.
Community  Bicycle shops are the central source for more than just great bicycles accessories and apparel. They help you find the great rides, latest cycling info, and often serve as advocates for better bike paths and facilities in your area, too! They mainly just sell stuff.

Shops employ knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff, many who are cyclists with detailed knowledge in the field. Their only job is satisfying your cycling needs, and they love doing it!

They mainly just sell stuff.