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Middleton Cycle

6641 University Ave., Middleton, WI 53562
Phone: (608) 831.7433
Spring Hours: M - F: 10am-630pm, SAT: 9-5, SUN: By Appt.
 
 
 
 
 
 

You're Ready To Ride! But... Is Your Bike?

Winter conditions can be harsh on your bike. Have Middleton Cycle's expert mechanics get your bike ready for Spring!It happens every season...
you know you need to get a tune-up for your bike, but just don't get around to it until you realize you want to go ride now! But by then the backlog of tune-ups can put a delay on your ride.

So, don't wait -- bring your bike in now!

Give Middleton Cycle a call or just drop off your bike any time!
We have an outstanding Service Department - Middleton Cycle is the Bicycle Service Pros!

 

Job Opening!

We're Hiring!

WE'RE HIRING!
We're looking for an energetic salesperson/bicycle mechanic to join our team!  This is an entry-level position and requires some light mechanical duties.  Some bike shop experience is needed.  Part- and/or full-time position; daytime, evening and weekend hours are available.  Wages are based on experience.  Apply online or in person!  We look forward to meeting you!

Bring Your Bicycle Repairs To Us!

We'll get your bicycle running smoothly!
We specialize in expert bicycle repair. Whether it's an old dust-covered rig you want to get overhauled, your custom machine that needs a basic tune-up for that big ride, or just about anything else, simply bring your machine by and we'll get it running right again!
See more about our Service Department, here.

Today's Bicycle Tip From Middleton Cycle

Wheel Wobbles? – When you’re riding regularly, it’s possible for spokes to loosen. So, it’s wise to regularly check the wheels before rides. The sign of a loose spoke is a wheel that wobbles from side to side when you spin it. If your wheel wobbles, go around the wheel wiggling each spoke in your fingers to find ones that feel looser than the others. Find some? You’ll need to snug the loose spokes to remove the wobble. We’re experts at this. If you’d like to try, one way to do it is by plucking the tight spokes on the same side of the rim as the loose spokes and listening to the tone they make. Then gradually tighten the loose spokes until they make the same sound when plucked. This should remove the wobble.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

shock fork
Another name for a suspension fork.