Cyclepath Kelowna is BC Interior's largest bike shop

By: Cyclepath Kelowna  09-12-2011
Keywords: bikes

And, why is that?

Well, since we first opened our family owned store back in 1995, our focus hasn’t changed. It’s always been to provide our customers with the best service we possibly can. As Cyclepath expanded over the years it was to serve you better – with better selection of bikes, clothing, parts and accessories – AND more staff to help you with your cycling needs. We’ve become known for our professional, experienced, friendly and energetic staff who want to ensure that you have a great cycling experience.

Whether you’re a seasoned rider or just getting into the sport, we’re happy to help out. Need to learn how to shift, fix a flat, carry gear, pump your tires? Want to find the best places to ride or friends to pedal with? Just ask.

It could be that hard to find part, that nagging flat problem, finding just the right bike for you or the hundreds of other challenges that our customers bring to us – the Cyclepath staff enjoy those challenges.

Keywords: bikes

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Kelowna Bike Store: Cyclepath's History

Cyclepath Kelowna, locally owned and operated, opens their doors as part of a Canada-wide bicycle franchise. Warehouse purchased for bike storage and assembly – adding another 1500 sq. Cyclepath “spins off” the snowboard business and opens Deviate Board Shop. Women’s-only and co-ed Cyclepath organized road bike rides started. Cyclepath Bikes & Boards now selling snowboards over the winter. Cyclepath carries fitness equipment over the winter.


Community Involvement: Bikes bring people together

Every year Cyclepath supports numerous community events through sponsorship, donations of bikes and accessories, volunteer work and advocacy. Major sponsor donating prizes and providing bike maintenance booths at various Bike to Work celebration stations. Annual support for the City’s Bike to Work and Bike to School Week Program. Operating bike safety inspection stations at select annual bike rodeos.