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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.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Feature Items

Bontrager Rhythm Elite Gloves
Bontrager Rhythm Elite Gloves
$34.99
Planet Bike Blinky 3 Taillight
Planet Bike Blinky 3 Taillight
$14.99
Product Rating
 
5.0 stars
 (1 Review)
Bontrager BackRack L
Bontrager BackRack L
$44.99
Product Rating
 
4.0 stars
 (2 Reviews)
Saris Bike Porter Trunk 3-Bike
Saris Bike Porter Trunk 3-Bike
$139.99
Product Rating
 
4.5 stars
 (15 Reviews)
Kryptonite Kryptoflex Key Cable 1018
Kryptonite Kryptoflex Key Cable 1018
$24.99
Product Rating
 
4.5 stars
 (2 Reviews)
Sunlite LED Leg/Arm Band
Sunlite LED Leg/Arm Band
$14.99

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!

 

Need a Car Rack?

We've got a wide selection of car racks!
We're your one-stop shop for all your car rack needs. Check out the Saris brand car racks, which are made right here in Madison, WI!  We have both trunk and hitch-mount racks made by Saris. Plus we have a wide selection of accessories and carriers for all your cycling and sporting gear. Stop by the shop and we'll set you up with the perfect rack system!

 

Don't Despair When Your Bike Needs Repair!

Don't let missing tools and parts deter your bicycle-repair projects. We've got the special bike tools and parts you need.

And, if you're just not sure what to do next, leave it to our technicians can help put Humpty Dumpty back together again. Drop off your bike any time -- no appointment necessary.

Bike repair's easy with the right tools!

Bike repair's easy with the right tools!

Today's Bicycle Tip From Middleton Cycle

Use Average Heart Rate To Pace Yourself - Just as the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, the fastest, most efficient way to complete a ride is at a steady pace. A great tool for learning to ride a steady pace is a heart-rate monitor with an average-heart-rate readout. Use this feature during a hard ride or race. Afterward it will show the average heart rate you sustained. Then, the next time out, you can use this figure to gauge your pace on a new route to avoid overdoing it. Here's one example: if a rider's average (and safe) heart rate was 150 beats per minute for an energetic, sustained effort, keeping the heart rate at 150 or below during most of the new ride ensures maintaining an efficient pace from beginning to end. Mind your monitor to avoid heart rate spikes caused by big efforts such as sprinting up hills or pushing too big a gear as much as possible, as these efforts will quickly drain your energy reserves and make it harder to maintain your desired pace.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

chainwheel

Also called a "chainring," this is the sprocket(s) attached to the crank. Multiply the number of chainwheels by the number of cogs (on the rear wheel) to determine the total number of gears on a bike. For example, some modern road bikes have 3 chainwheels and 11 cogs for a total of 33 gears!