Jun 29, 2016 09:43AM
● By Bryan Scott
Cottonwood Cyclery fosters a “ride and smile” feel for all cyclists, from kids going on their first ride to grizzled racing professionals.
“We understand that not everybody can afford or wants a $5,000 bike,” the Cottonwood Cylcery website says. “so we offer great prices to everyone, on every bike.”
Owner Alan Greenberg lived in Utah for 10 years before he realized that the area lacked a shop with both a comfortable atmosphere and a knowledgeable and friendly staff like he frequented in is home state of Pennsylvania. So, he founded Cottonwood Cyclery in Oct. 2007 to provide a quality and affordable services to cyclists of all of a wide range of styles an and experience.
Because of that range of customer needs, the cyclery staff is tested daily on their knowledge of cycling from racing to BMX to mountain biking suspension; from 50-year-old products to the latest and greatest tech.
Cottonwood Cyclery purchases the best products for the best prices and pass the savings to the customer.
On the scene for nearly 20 years, Cottonwood Cyclery provides several programs that include a kid bike trade-up program and a consignment program.
Kid bikes purchased at the cyclery can be traded for up to 30 percent credit on a new bike. The consignment program will yield either 80 percent cash back or 100 percent store credit when the cyclery sells a consigned bike.
Cottonwood Cyclery supports the community by providing schools and churches contribution and sponsorship like bike rodeos and safety checks.
The Cyclery offers rentals on full suspension mountain bike and carbon-frame road bikes for about $50.
Cottonwood Cyclery has a standing 4.88 of 5 from 76 reviews from bikeshops.mtbr.com and 4.7 of 5 on 40 Google Reviews.
“Cottonwood Cyclery is a great little local bike shop,” Google Reviewer Debbie Call said. “It is my go-to shop for my cycling needs.”
The store offers bikes from part from WeThePeople, Raleigh, Redline, Marin Bikes California, Jamis, KHS, Bianchi, Nirve, Litespeed and Diamondback. It also offers apparel and accessories from Pearl Izumi, Bell, Shimano, Giro, Serfas, Garneau, Mavic, Camelbak, Laxer Helmets, Sock Guy and Adrenaline Promotions.
“We love what we do and we love the people that we can share our passion for cycling with,” the website says. “Most importantly we love to ride, and know that you will too.”
Find Cottonwood Cyclery at 2594 Bengal Blvd in Cottonwood Heights or on line at www.cottonwoodcyclery.com. λ