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“Ever bike? Now that's something that makes life worth living!...Oh, to just grip your handlebars and lay down to it, and go ripping and tearing through streets and road, over railroad tracks and bridges, threading crowds, avoiding collisions, at twenty miles or more an hour, and wondering all the time when you're going to smash up. Well, now, that's something! And then go home again after three hours of it...and then to think that tomorrow I can do it all over again!” ― Jack London

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Bikes For Life

More people on bicycles is a great thing for the San Francisco Bay Area and the world. Bikes make us happy and healthy in countless ways and we enjoy increasing bike use every day.

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Bike Service

Even if you bought your bike online (which we do not recommend), bring it to us, we can set it up, fix it, tune it. Our service department is one of the best in the SF Area and well versed in bicycles and e-bicycles. Call us at 650-918-6259

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Bike Rental

Visitors to California are constantly amazed by our wonderful bike riding conditions and awful traffic. Avoid the traffic and experience all the beauty the Bay Area has to offer on one of our rental bikes. Call us at 650-918-6259

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Electric Bikes

We sell the best e-bikes in the world and have the largest showroom of e-bikes in the SF Bay Area. Ride further, faster and more often on a great e-bike. Try before you buy, with our famous Demo Days.

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A Destination Bike Store

Customers visit us from all over the country and world because we sell the most unique and the best bikes in the world in a large, easy to get to store located near 101 and Woodside Rd. A great place to test ride your new bike. A no pressure sales culture.

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Saturday Bike Demos

We host bike demos multiple times per month on Saturdays where you can test, compare and talk about our bikes with us, other riders and our supplier representatives.

Featured Bikes

Featured Bikes

18 products

Some of our favorite in stock bicycles

Cube ELLY RIDE HYBRID 400 Ebike
Buy
Cube ELLY RIDE HYBRID 400 Ebike
$3,000.00
CUBE STEREO HYBRID 120 HPA PRO 400 29 EBIKE
Buy
CUBE STEREO HYBRID 120 HPA PRO 400 29 EBIKE
$4,599.00
Felt LEBOWSKe Electric Bike
Buy
Felt LEBOWSKe Electric Bike
$5,799.00
Felt SPORTe Step-Thru Electric Bike
Buy
Felt SPORTe Step-Thru Electric Bike
$3,999.00
Felt verza-e10 Electric Bike
Buy
Felt verza-e10 Electric Bike
$4,500.00
FUJI E-TRAVERSE Classic+ Electric Bike - Step-Thru
Buy
FUJI E-TRAVERSE Classic+ Electric Bike - Step-Thru
$2,649.00
Haibike SDURO AllMtn 6.5
Buy
Haibike SDURO AllMtn 6.5
$4,999.00
Haibike SDURO HardFour 4.0 Ebike
Buy
Haibike SDURO HardFour 4.0 Ebike
$2,599.00
Haibike SDURO HardNine Street 4.5 Ebike
Buy
Haibike SDURO HardNine Street 4.5 Ebike
$2,749.00
Haibike SDURO HardSeven 4.0 Ebike
Buy
Haibike SDURO HardSeven 4.0 Ebike
$2,599.00
HAIBIKE SDURO HARDSEVEN RC ELECTRIC Mountain BIKE
Buy
HAIBIKE SDURO HARDSEVEN RC ELECTRIC Mountain BIKE
$3,199.00
HAIBIKE SDURO HARDSEVEN SL ELECTRIC Mountain BIKE
Buy
HAIBIKE SDURO HARDSEVEN SL ELECTRIC Mountain BIKE
$2,799.00
Haibike SDURO Trekking 4.0 High Step
Buy
Haibike SDURO Trekking 4.0 High Step
$2,999.00
Haibike SDURO Trekking 4.0 Low Step
Buy
Haibike SDURO Trekking 4.0 Low Step
$2,999.00
Haibike Xduro AMT Pro 27.5 Electric Bike
Buy
Haibike Xduro AMT Pro 27.5 Electric Bike
$6,800.00
Haibike Xduro AMT RX 27.5 Electric Mountain Bike
Buy
Haibike Xduro AMT RX 27.5 Electric Mountain Bike
$5,500.00
Haibike XDURO Trekking RX Electric City Bike
Buy
Haibike XDURO Trekking RX Electric City Bike
$3,500.00
iMAX S1+ Electric Scooter
Buy
iMAX S1+ Electric Scooter
$1,299.00
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The iZip Dash Electric Bike Might Be Our Favorite Ebike Ever

The iZip E3 Dash from Currie Tech might be our favorite eBike ever. NOT ONLY does it look great, ride great, go 28 MPH and handle like butter, but at $2600 retail this bike is something you can bring home to the wife or husband and they won't look at you like you are insane because you just spent $6,000 on a bicycle. This is a bike that will take you long distances, quickly, doesn't make you look like a German design project from University and is backed by a great dealer network. 

The iZIP e3 Dash has nothing to hide. It has a style that any one can enjoy and that isn't afraid to show that it is an e-bike. It's unassuming design makes it really look like a regular bike even though its battery isn't hidden like other e-bikes. It says that it's not trying to hide its e-bike-ness. 

But, the most exciting thing about the DASH is its top speed. This e-bike cooks. We took the dash on a lunch run through heavy San Francisco traffic at noon time and we were able to cross town in just minutes. Once down on the Embarcadero we walked our bike into our favorite Salumi shop, grabbed a sandwich and headed back to the store to sell more ebikes. The getting around part was a blast. The DASH is light weight, has a predictable and usable suspension and its wide tires are great for San Francisco's crappy asphalt. 

At this feature set and top speed, the DASH is going to appeal to any one considering any of the higher end $4,000 ebikes such as the Stromer, eFlow, A2B and others. 

 

 

A Pair Of Ebikes For Him and For Her

If an ebike is on your horizon because you want to get more exercise, or not be bothered by traffic and parking, among the more stylish his and hers ebike combos we offer - we think - the BH Easymotion Neo Cross combined with the BH Neo Street ebike. Each bike fit the same needs of urban or suburban riding, or, take them on trail for light duty off pavement fun at the coast side or by the bay. These bikes will get you from your home in the lowlands of Atherton or Menlo Park, to the highlands of Woodside and beyond. 

 

 

Or, when the weekend is over, leave your car at home and hop on your bike. These are transportation devices that take you effortlessly and easily 20-30 miles at 20 mph. They are fun, healthy and inexpensive ways to get around. 

Charge it over night for pennies. Spend less time and money at the pump and our electric bikes will in fact pay for themselves in just a short few months. 

It's money in your pocket for better things. 

The two combined look well together. They match in power and style and look great in town going shopping or parked outside restaurant. 

BH Bikes are a Spanish bicycle company, one of Spains largest. The BH Easymotion line is their ebike line-up and known for their quality in components and design. Each bike uses a 300 watt motor with both pedal assist or power on demand (throttle) power. 

Visit our show room to test and buy one of these great bikes. 

 

 

Too Much Parking In Downtown San Mateo

Letter to San Mateo City Council members about planned increase in parking in downtown San Mateo.

 

Hello Mr Matthews and Mr Lim

I read about the recent parking meeting in the SM Daily Journal and wanted to contact you with my thoughts as a resident, father of 3, driver and cyclist. I think the idea of adding even more parking and more cars to the down town area is the opposite direction San Mateo needs to go. A city our size should be looking at reducing access to cars down town and bolstering it's walkability and rideability. 
We live in the Highlands, so visiting downtown usually, not always, involves a car drive. We also ride in by bike from time to time, during less peak times only, because it's unsafe otherwise. 
There is too much parking in downtown San Mateo already. There are too many cars in downtown San Mateo. Not enough pedestrian and bike friendly access. The sidewalks are narrow. Adding yet more parking to San Mateo isn't going to make the area more attractive for couples or families to linger and enjoy the downtown area. It will simply add more cars to the downtown area, making it even more unpleasant for people looking to do more than an in-and-out of one shop and go home. 
Less parking and more pedestrian space means a better sticky reason to stay in the area, rather than zoom in park and leave. There's already plenty of parking in the surrounding area of the downtown that goes empty during peak hours. 
San Mateo downtown is unsafe to walk around due to all these cars. It's also unbearably unsafe to ride a bike around unless you are an experienced commuter and an adult. During the evening I would never feel safe taking my family into town in the evening by bicycle to have dinner and see a movie and possibly do some shopping later and yet I would LOVE to do this and I know other families would also love to be able ride in to downtown and explore rather than have to get into a car, find a parking spot and so forth. 
And- there are actually cities who enable this and promote this. Let's follow their lead and get out of our 'car brains' for a bit. 
 
To become an actual destination where people will want to shop and linger, downtown needs a larger pedestrian area, more bike lanes and more out door activities. Look at what is going on in Redwood City and other towns where they've created a reason to actually get out of a car, shop and enjoy a downtown area. 
 
Instead of a downtown flooded by cars between 6 and 8, try to imagine a down town with families and couples streaming in by bicycles during these times, because they are want to really enjoy an evening. Let's see some bands playing out doors in the square in front of the theater. This is what I see in Redwood City around those times and on weekends. Let's promote and build that. 
We have great weather in San Mateo. Rather than pay nearly $4 million on 400 new parking places in the next ten years, put that towards building and promoting a walkable and rideable downtown. So what if we have to walk a little further to get to a restaurant or the movies. The end result is so much more healthy for people and the town itself. 
Joe Witherspoon 
San Mateo, CA