Tune up your ride in time for cycling season in Edmonton

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Summer and cycling are synonymous in Edmonton. While many people ride bikes regardless of the season, there’s nothing better than cycling through tree-lined streets while the sun shines. Our city has a fair share of bike shops that ensure your ride is up-to-date. [Image credit: iStock.com/sturti]

Revolution Cycle

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15103 Stony Plain Rd NW, Edmonton AB T5P 3Y2

Bikes line the walls and are also stacked in the spaces in between at Revolution Cycle. The shop also carries all the gear you’d need to cycle in the city, from cycling computers to lights.

Hardcore Bikes

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10008 82 Ave NW, Edmonton AB T6E 1Z3

Located on Whyte Avenue, Hardcore Bikes focuses on mountain, road, cyclocross and commuter bikes, along with all the accessories needed to be ready for the road. Along with their physical location, they offer many options through their webstore.

Cranky's Bike Shop St. Albert

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#20-24 Perron Street, St Albert AB T8N 1E7

Cranky’s began in 1998 when the husband-and-wife team first started doing repairs out of their home. The St. Albert shop has undergone a significant amount of growth since then, having expanded their selection of bikes and accessories. Now, they carry everything from sports watches to beverage holders, along with a serious array of bikes.

Redbike Inc

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10918 88 Ave NW, Edmonton AB T6G 0Z1

They carry the Nutcase line of helmets which are both durable and stylish – one even resembles a watermelon. That unique style is reflective of the other brands and accessories that the shop carries. It’s a stylish shop focusing on Canadian brands and unique designs.

Pedalhead Bicycle Works

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6604 104 Street NW, Edmonton AB T6H 2L2

This shop prides themselves on providing an ever changing selection of bike accessories, catering to both the classics and the newest trends. Their Brooks England bike seat line is one of the classics, with a comfortable product dating back to the early 1800s.

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