74 Main Street Middlebury Vermont (802) 388-6666
Welcome to The Bike Center, in Middlebury, Vermont!
Current on March 23 2014, click here for location and hours
Old Look, Different Site
On the surface: our old format is mobile-friendly, so our philosophy here is if it works, don't fix it ; - )
Underneath: new content throughout reflects our decision to focus on our two main lines, Trek and Specialized. Our site is more compact, easier to use, and more informative than ever. It will help you pick the best bike and gear for your needs.
Middlebury Bike Center Sales
Use either our Main Street or our Frog Hollow entrance for sales. We offer the best in new and used road, mountain, lifestyle, and children's bikes and new gear. We focus on companies that offer superior products that balance innovation and performance with reliability and value.
Middlebury Bike Center Service
Please use our Frog Hollow entrance to bring in and pick up repairs, and please contact us for rates and other questions. Take advantage of the most advanced and courteous service in our region, including a quick turn-around.
2014 Website Winter Overhaul
Still working on Gear, but Bikes is ready to go.
Middlebury and Addison County Biking
Road Biking in Addison County: Lake Champlain Bikeways
Middlebury is the jump-off point for some of the most amazing road rides in the U.S. We are in the Champlain Valley, home of the Lake Champlain Bikeways. We are at the foot of the Green Mountains, which offer some the most challenging and scenic climbing and descending anywhere.
Mix up the Green Mountains with the Adirondacks in New York. Just cross nearby Champlain on any of the following:
If you start in Middlebury, the great ride begins right outside your door. No other town in Vermont offers so many options for road riding.
Mountain Biking in the Middlebury Area
Mountain biking in Middlebury begins within town limits on the Trail Around Middlebury (TAM).
The breathtaking Chandler Ridge-Leicester Hollow Loop begins at the Silver Lake Campground in Goshen, Vermont. Thanks to a joint effort by the Vermont Mountain Bike Association (VMBA) and the National Forest Service, we have Vermont's first serious mountain bike trail on National Forest land. The loop can be accessed from:
See this article in the Addison Independent for more details.
Just 45 minutes south by car, enjoy Rutland's scenic and well-maintained Pine Hill Park trail network.
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