The Pedaler Bike Shop

Location & Directions 510-222-3420
Store Hours: Mon-Fri 10-7, Sat 10-6, Sun 11-5
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Welcome to!

We will be closed Sunday, April 20th as we have observed an Easter Bunny!

Not The Peddler, Pedlar, Peddlar, Paddlar or even Pedelar. It's The Pedaler! Just like a bicycle pedal.

Same owner, same shop, same great customer experience, we've just updated our website! Take a minute to browse our product section to see what is new at the store and check back often as we add more content.  

See you soon!

Jeff and The Ped Crew

We are proud to be one of the San Francisco Bay Area's finest and most comprehensive supplier of bicycles and accessories to all bike enthusiasts. As our reputation has grown we have created this web site to better serve you. Now you can browse our shop, ask questions, make suggestions to our staff, order bikes and accessories online and get information on local rides. We carry a complete line of bikes and accessories from Breezer, Dahon, Fuji, Cannondale*, 2Hip, Kestrel, SE Racing, Redline, We The People, Specialized* and Trek*. Clothing from Canari, Cannondale, Castelli, Pearl Izumi, Primal Wear, Showers Pass, Specialized*, Sugoi, Trek* and more. Shoes from Sidi, Shimano* and Specialized*. Wheel sets from Bontrager, Easton, Shimano* and Velocity. Parts and accessories from 661, Lezyne, Point One, Planet Bike, Nite Rider, Tifosi, Serfas, Bell, Blackburn and Giro. Car racks from Kuat, Hollywood, Allen, Softride and others. And about a hunderd other companies we can't fit in here!

We are open 7 days a week! Come visit us soon.

* In Store purchase only

Our Featured Items

Sigma Sport STS Cadence Transmitter

This cadence transmitter works with Sigma's STS equipped wireless bicycle… [more]

Problem Solvers Cross Clamp
$29.35 - $30.00

The Problem Solvers Cross Clamp mounts to the seat tube on your frame so… [more]

Trek Boone 5 - 2015

With geometry designed by Katie Compton paired with Trek’s innovative… [more]

Today's Tip

Pedal Faster, Not Harder – One mistake many new cyclists make is trying to get fit by pushing a hard gear. While there’s a place for this type of (strength) training in cycling, most new cyclists are better off working on cardiovascular fitness, which burns calories, builds the heart and lungs and increases pedaling power. To do this, try shifting into an easier gear and rev your pedals (aim for 90 revolutions per minute, counted on one leg). Riding this way will get you in shape faster and prevent the possibility of knee injury, which comes from pushing a too-hard gear.

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