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Middleton Cycle

6641 University Ave., Middleton, WI 53562
Phone: (608) 831.7433
Store Hours: M-F: 10-630, SAT: 9-5, SUN: By Appointment. **Skate Sharpening Hours: M, W, F: 12-6 & T, R, SAT: Drop-off only.
 
 
 
 
 
 

The TREK 2017s Are Here!

Beat the Rush! Get a Tune-up now!

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! 

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

IT'S EASY!

Drop off your bike anytime! No appointment necessary!

We have an outstanding Service Department - Middleton Cycle has the Bicycle Service Pros!

 

Fitness Equipment For Your Home -- NOW ON SALE!

For most of us, having convenient access to quality exercise equipment is critical

to sticking with a long-term exercise program! 

Get a quality Schwinn exercise bike 

for your home!

Come in and try out a Schwinn today!

NOW TAKE $100 OFF

ANY SCHWINN EXERCISER!

 

Want To Start Riding Right Now?

Get your own Magneto at Middleton Cycle!You could go to spin class at the gym....

Or ride your own bike at home with a bicycle trainer!

Maintain your training and fitness, or start a new goal during the off-season.  Best of all, you can do it at home and on your own bike!

Check out some of our bicycle trainers and then get back in the saddle!

We Sharpen Skates Here!

Don't Lose Your Edge.

We have over 30 years of experience in sharpening.

We sharpen skates at Middleton Cycle!

You got the equipment -- let us take care of the blades.

Recreational Skates: $8.00  Team Skates: $6.00

Skate Sharpening Hours: M - F: 12-6, SAT: 10-4

Bring 'em on in!

Today's Bicycle Tip From Middleton Cycle

Learn these basic mountain biking skills for fun and safety off road.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

grips
The rubber or vinyl "covers" placed on the ends of upright handlebars. Besides making it more comfortable to hold onto the bars, they cover the ends, which prevents puncture wounds should you fall and land on the bar end.