If you’re looking for a new fat bike, gravel bike, or plus bike, fat bikes just arrived and carbon gravel bikes and plus hardtails are on sale! Stop in to see what’s new and on clearance. Here are some bikes currently in stock:
NEW – Salsa Mukluk fat bikes (SM-LG)
NEW- Cannondale Topstone 105 and Sora (most sizes)
SALE – Salsa Warbird Apex and Tiagra (most sizes)
SALE – Salsa Timberjack SLX and Deore (MED)
SALE- Cannondale CUJO 1 and 2 (Sm and MED)
It’s time to kick off the summer with our featured gravel rides. Check out some of the best gravel and B-roads Otsego county has to offer. Hang out at the shop after for free refreshments and great company! All rides leave Woodland Cycles @ 6:00PM.
Easy (beginner) Gravel – (6:00PM) – Ride at your own pace. For people who are new to gravel riding or want to take it easy, learn new routes, and enjoy the scenery and the company. There will still be a good amount of climbing but climb at your own pace. This is a no-drop ride. Refreshments after the ride. The ride is approximately 1-1.5 hours.
Expert Gravel – (6:00PM) – Faster pace gravel ride for people who have ridden gravel before. More elevation gain, but regroup at the top of climbs. More technical descending. This is still not a “hammer-fest,” but for experienced riders who want a faster paced ride. Expert gravel is a no-drop ride. Refreshments after the ride. The ride is approximately 1-1.5 hours
6/26 – Easy Gravel (leaves the shop @ 6:00PM)
7/3 – Expert Gravel (leaves the shop @ 6:00PM)
7/10 – Easy Gravel (leaves the shop @ 6:00PM)
7/17 – Expert Gravel (leaves the shop @ 6:00PM)
7/24 – Easy Gravel (leaves the shop @ 6:00PM)
7/31 – Expert Gravel (leaves the shop @ 6:00PM)
8/7 – Easy Gravel (leaves the shop @ 6:00PM)
8/14 – Expert Gravel (leaves the shop @ 6:00PM)
8/21 – Easy Gravel (leaves the shop @ 6:00PM)
8/28 – Expert Gravel (leaves the shop @ 6:00PM)
Cannondale Topstone 105, Topstone Sora, Salsa Warbird Tiagra, and Salsa Journeyman are now in stock and ready to hit the gravel. Stop by and check them out for your next adventure!
With the trails drying out, now is a good time to test ride the bike of your dreams on over 40 Miles of grade A single track just 15 min from the shop. Our local trails are comprised of rocks, roots, drops, berms, and punchy climbs to really put the bikes through their paces.
Trail listings can be found here:
Woodland Cycles has the largest selection of Yeti Cycles demo bikes in all of New York State. 2019 Demos include:
SB150, SB130, SB5 V2, and the SB100
Feel free to stop it, call, or email to reserve a demo bike. All demo fees (up to $600) are applied towards the balance of a new bike if you decide to purchase one from Woodland Cycles.
On March 14th, the shop officially turns 5 years old and has had some recent renovations to celebrate. I would personally like you to thank everyone for helping build Woodland Cycles as a community bike shop and for growing a strong, supportive riding community. We have come a long way since the spring of 2014, and I owe it all to you, the local riding community.
Thank you again for making this the best place to ride a bike!
Mike @ Woodland Cycles
Right now is the best time of the year to have your fork or rear shock serviced. Woodland Cycles offers quick, competitively priced service without the hassle of having to ship your fork/shock back to the manufacturer. Most services can be done in-house in under 7 days.
Suspension is one of the most important components on a mountain bike and requires regular maintenance. A basic lower leg or air can service is recommended at least once a year or sooner for most air sprung suspensions. These basic services will maintain the performance of the suspension, as well as helps to prevent more costly repairs like scratched or worn stanchions.
-Lower Leg Service (Fox, Rock Shox, Lefty)……………….$100
(including seal kits/wipers/fluid)
-Lower Leg Service (Entry level coil)………………………..$40-60
Rear Shock Service (Fox or Rock Shox)…………………….$75
(including seal kits/wipers/fluid)
2019 bikes are starting to roll in! Stop in and check out the new SB100, SB130 and SB150.