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Rock On Wheels Cheyenne WY

Wyoming's Premier Bicycle and Full Service Ski Shop

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America's Bike Shop 2013

America's Best Bike Shop 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Feature Items

  • Giant Defy 3 - 2014
    $829.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (43 Reviews)

    Swing a leg over Giant's Defy 3 and take a peek at what's over the horizon and around the bend. Giant's ALUXX aluminum frame and Advanced carbon fork with an OverDrive… [more]

  • ABUS Booster Pro 670 Cable (15mm)
    $29.99

    The ABUS Booster 670 Cable features a strong, self-coiling 15mm-thick steel cable secured with a sturdy keyed lock. The cable has a soft, durable cover that protects… [more]

  • Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 730 - 2015
    $2,149.99

    Agile, playful, capable. This sums up the Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 730 perfectly. It's the bike you want when you want the low weight and acceleration of an XC bike,… [more]

  • Blackburn Flea 2.0 USB Headlight
    $29.99
    Product Rating
     
    3.0 stars
     (4 Reviews)

    • Ultra compact, rechargeable Li-Ion headlight • 4 Super-bright White Nichia LEDs • 40 Lumen output • USB rechargeable Li-Ion battery • 1 hr High, 3hr Std, 5hr flashing… [more]

  • Saris Freedom 2-Bike
    $229.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (109 Reviews)

    Transport all types of bikes with Saris’ Freedom 2-Bike hitch rack. Its innovative design adjusts to fit most bikes and sizes, including kids’ and even some recumbents,… [more]

  • Trek CrossRip Elite - 2015
    $1,149.99 - $1,249.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    Trek's CrossRip Elite is the one bike that truly does it all. This machine loves long rides on the road, cruising along dirt paths, commutes in the city and even… [more]

  • GoPro Hero4 Black Edition
    $499.95

    Capture your adventures with the cinematic quality of GoPro's Hero4 Black Edition. It's the first camera of its kind capable of ultra-high resolution 4K30 recording.… [more]

  • Giant TCX SLR 2 - 2015
    $1,450.00

    Light and agile for racing, supremely versatile for mixed terrain adventures and epic gravel grinders, Giant's TCX SLR 2 is your go-to ride. The feather-light ALUXX… [more]

  • Giant Sedona - 2015
    $350.00
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (16 Reviews)

    Welcome to Giant's Sedona: your ticket to outdoor fun and exercise. The durable aluminum frame provides a comfortable, upright position, and stable 26-inch aluminum… [more]

  • Trek Remedy 7 27.5 - 2015
    $2,699.99 - $2,939.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (10 Reviews)

    Trek's Remedy 7 27.5 blurs the line between enduro, all-mountain and trail. It's quick, it's capable, it's nimble. The aluminum frame proudly boasts Trek's Full Floater… [more]

Specials

New Items

 

DID YOU KNOW OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT HAS A 48HR TURNAROUND GUARANTEE? (subject to parts availability)

FULL SUSPENSION MOUNTAIN BIKE SALE!

ALL OF OUR FULL-SUSPENSION MOUNTAIN BIKES ARE ON SALE

SWING BY THE SHOP TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF AWESOME PRICES FOR SOME GREAT BIKES FROM

TREK, ROCKY MOUNTAIN, GIANT AND JAMIS.

Rock On Wheels Road Rides every Wednesday Rock On Wheels Mountain Bike Rides

Every Wednesday at 5.30pm
Meet at the shop: 900 East Lincolnway 307-637-0020
Requirements: Road bike, helmet, good attitude. Hydration is
recommended

Every other Thursday (6/4,6/18,7/2,7/16,7/30/8/13,8/27) at 5.30pm
Meet at the shop: 900 East Lincolnway 307-637-0020
Requirements: Mountain bike, helmet, good attitude. Hydration is
recommended

Today's Tip

How To Be Safe On Group Rides - When road riding with a group, following cycling etiquette ensures a fun and safe experience for all: Relax and maintain a steady, predictable line (wobbly riding can cause a crash). Remember that people behind you may not be able to see what you see in the road. Alert ride partners to hazards such as potholes and debris by shouting a warning ("Hole!") and by pointing it out so they know where it is. Brake sparingly because riders behind have to brake harder than you did, since they are reacting to you, which can become a dangerous chain reaction. When standing to climb, your center of gravity shifts, which might cause you to thrust the bike backwards. This can scare ride partners and even cause a crash. To counter this tendency, as you rise out of the seat, continue to apply power to the pedals so you don't slow or move backwards.