Due to the pandemic, we are not supplying rental bicycles. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you.
Due to ongoing concerns for the safety of our staff and family members, we have made the difficult decision to remain closed to the public. We will not be taking bikes in for service.
Requests for parts, accessories, and new bike purchases can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We apologize for the inconvenience, and genuinely appreciate how understanding and supportive our community has been as we face these unprecedented circumstances. Thank you!
Suncoast Cycles will be closed – as we support the community, our customers, and our staff in their efforts to “flatten the curve” and respond to the global health crisis.
We will keep you updated as the situation evolves. You can also see current updates on our FaceBook page.
Thank you for your understanding. If you have any questions we can be reached by email or phone (during business hours).
We are looking for enthusiastic bicycle lovers to join our team. Several part-time positions are available. Email or drop a résumé off at the shop.
Our shop hours for the 2019 Holiday Season will be:
Saturday, December 21st — from 9am until 6pm
Sunday, December 22nd — Closed
Monday, December 23rd — from 10am until 6pm
Tuesday, December, 24th — from 10am until 1pm
Closed: Christmas Day thru New Years Day
Thursday, January 2nd, 2020 — regular shop hours resume
Thank you very much for your patronage. Have a joyous, peaceful holiday.
Happy Thanksgiving! The shop will be closed on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday (October 13, 14 and 15) this weekend. Regular hours will resume on Wednesday, October 16. Have a safe and wonderful long weekend.
Happy Long Weekend! We will be closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday (August 4, 5 and 6). Wednesday our regular hours resume. Have a safe and wonderful long weekend.
Here’s a great video about biking on the Sunshine Coast that features their adventures of cycling and mountain biking in the Sunshine Coast. You can read more at their blog.
Reminder that we now have a facebook page. Look there to be informed, amused, confused. Find more timely events, photos, spontaneity. But remember, less screens and more pedalling keeps one sane.
We now have a facebook page. Look there to be informed, amused, confused. Find more timely events, photos, spontaneity. But remember, less screens and more pedalling keeps one sane.