Value Line Bicycles


Trek 830 Multi Track, late 90's, reconditioned as a

commuter bike

Giant Avail 1 WSD 2010, women's road bike


Ridley X-Bow gravel grinder bike, new (2013)

Diamonback Maravista 2009, reconditioned comfort bike


Raleigh Revenio 2012, reconditioned road bike

Trek 1000 WSD 2008, reconditioned women's road bike


Fuji Newest 1.0 road bike 2010, reconditioned

Raleigh M40 Multi Track youth bike, 2003, reconditioned


Trek 1.2 road bike 2009, reconditioned

Schwinn Siera GS comfort bike, 2010


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One of our greatest pleasures as a start-up offering custom bicycle services is discovering new services that are valuable to the cycling community. And sometimes these evolve in the most unexpected ways.

Last year we began receiving requests from area cyclists to help them find the right bicycle, modest bicycles mostly. Depending on a customer's budget, these were sometimes used bicycles purchased and reconditioned, or new bikes available at steep discounts from a network of resellers.  

So we developed a new way of ordering a bike. We discuss with each client his or her cycling goals, budget and brands, and perform a fitting to ensure proper frame size. Then we search for available bicycles that fit the client's needs and budget, obtain the bike, perform any needed reconditioning, and sell these with a full one-year warranty.

Many of our clients were bewildered by the dizzying array of bikes available today. Others disliked the sales pressure of a bike shop, or had trouble finding a bike to fit both their bodies and their budgets.  

Shown here are a few examples of the "Value Line" bicycles sold this year. Prices ranged from around $300 to $1200 with a few exceptions.  It is our pleasure to serve the cycling community with this new line of affordable, custom order bicycles.