Niagara Cycle is a family owned and operated bicycle shop located in Niagara Falls, NY.
Our goal is to provide our customers with exceptional quality merchandise at reasonable prices. Customer service is top priority in our shop, and we offer unsurpassed knowledge in cycling and repair to help customize your cycling experience.
We carry over 50,000 items in our online store, this is the most extensive product catalog that we know of.
A note from the owner:
Hi, I'm Russ "Krash" Tuck. Don't ask where the "Krash" came from, but if you can find one of my former mountain bikers from Virginia, West Virginia, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Michigan (boy I got around) I'm sure they'll tell you. Back in the 90's, I managed a couple of bicycle shops in Virginia and West Virginia. Now I am in New York, with my beautiful wife and 3 wonderful children, with my own bike shop, which has been my dream ever since I began biking.
I'd like to share with you my dedication to cycling. Cycling to me is almost a religion. I used to live, breathe, eat and sleep biking. Now that I am a family man, I don't get out and ride as much as I'd like, but as the owner and manager of Niagara Cycle, I strive to promote riding as much as possible.
I will take the time to help you pick out a bicycle that is perfect for you, one that you will enjoy for years to come. Bicycle fit is also one of my specialties. If a bike is not comfortable, then it won't be ridden, and that is truly a shame. I will help you select the best style and size bicycle, and also custom fit the bike so that it is a joy to ride.
I spend a great deal of time deciding what to order for the shop. Niagara Cycle Works carries not only high end model bikes and accessories for enthusiasts, but also bikes in the $200 to $300 range for the average rider. I carry a wide range of parts and accessories - I'm almost certain to have what you are looking for - and alot of things you may not even have thought of to enhance your riding experience.
Please take the time to visit the shop, even if it is just to say "hi" .
Russ "Krash" Tuck