7 Bike Shops in Tarrant County


Mother fits a helmet on daughter's head before riding a bike from the bike shop.My children learning how to ride a bike has been on my mind lately. I loved riding my bike around the neighborhood as a kid, and I hope that my children will, too. But first, they need a bike.

When looking to buy a bike, there are lots of things to take into consideration like size, type, and safety. These bike shops in Tarrant county will help you find the right-fitting bike for you and your child. And get caught up on bike safety — this article from Collin County Moms outlines all the ways to keep your children safe while riding. 

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1. Bike Mart

Bike Mart is a family-owned bike shop in Fort Worth at the Clearfork Trailhead. It offers free bike inspections for all, but that’s if you already have a bike. Test drive any bike inside the store. Once you find the one you love, the staff will fit and tune it to fit your child.

Since you’re right there, take your new set of wheels to the Trinity Trails right outside the shop. If you ever need a tune up, flat tire fix, wheel alignment, brake repair, or anything else, take it back in for a service. The staff are highly-knowledgeable and enthusiastic about all things bike. They also do bike rentals.

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2. Cadence Cyclery

Maybe you have a bike but fear it’s not in shape to ride? Instead of hauling it to the shop, let Cadence Cyclery come to you. You can schedule an appointment for its mobile bike service program to repair and tune your own bike right at home. 

Alternatively, meet with the passionate staff in-person at one of its locations in Keller, Flower Mound, and McKinney. As active cyclers in the community, the staff will help you find the perfect bike and even a riding group if you want to ride with someone else or join a weekly ride.

Don’t forget to visit the in-house coffee shop, Wattage, where you can grab coffee while you wait on a repair or browse the helmet aisle. 

A female staff member inspects a wheel at a bike shop.

3. Fort Worth Cycling and Fitness Center

Wanting to support a gem of a local bike shop? Look no further than Fort Worth Cycling and Fitness Center on Cherry Lane. It is known for friendly customer service and a great mechanics team. To make sure they get you the right bike with the right tires, the team here takes the time to ask what kind of bike you want and where you will be riding. Click through the tabs on its website to explore the different types of kids bikes.

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4. PlayTri

PlayTri is known for helping people train for a Triathlon, but don’t let that dissuade you — PlayTri knows its stuff about bikes. Shop bikes, accessories, and schedule basic and over-haul tune ups. You can learn even more about biking in a coaching session. Coaching is for all ages and teaches everything from the basics all the way up to professional riding. Find a PlayTri in Colleyville, Las Colinas, and Dallas.

5. REI

REI is an outdoor store with locations in Fort Worth, Dallas, and the surrounding areas. It has a great bicycle selection for adults and kids, plus it offers bike repair, too. The staff will work with you to find the right bike, and tell you about different bike happenings around the metroplex. They want to help you find ways to get outdoors, on trails, in biking groups, and more.

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6. Sunrise Bicycles

Bring all your questions to Sunrise Bicycles in North Richland Hills. It’s safe to say the staff here love to ride. In fact, it’s been their mission since 1974 to spread the love of cycling, so let them guide you through the entire bike-buying process. They won’t steer you wrong. Moreover, purchasing a bicycle here benefits their nonprofit, Outride, which develops cycling therapies for kids diagnosed with ADHD.

A male staff member teaches mom how to fix a chain in a bike shop.

7. Trek Bicycle Hurst & Outlet

Trek Bicycle Hurst & Outlet is a bike shop with multiple locations in Fort Worth, Keller, Southlake, and beyond. The friendly team here will let you or your child sit on bikes and test them out. Its website is user-friendly, too. Just click the “Kids” tab to find bikes by your child’s height or age. It’s done the hard work of calculating the best wheel diameter for your tiny cycler, so you don’t have to. For more great info, read Trek’s buyer’s guide for kids’ bikes.


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