Looking for inspiration for a new build or just like looking at gorgeous bikes? Check out our Bike Gallery for pictures of custom builds, exceptional looking bikes and anything a little special.
Looking for a bargain at the start of 2019, if so why not head over to our sales page and see if anything takes your fancy.
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Mountain Mania Cycles
Mountain Mania Cycles has created a name for itself as one of the leading independently owned group of Cycle shops in the South of England. It all started in Tring, Hertfordshire back in 1997, before we opened shops in Didcot and Goring-on-Thames in Oxfordshire, and more recently Carterton in West Oxfordshire.
With experienced, keen riding staff, Mountain Mania offers an enviable level of expertise. Backed up with one of the most comprehensive product ranges available you’re sure to find what you need in store. The brands we stock have been carefully chosen by our expert staff and include amongst others; Trek, Scott, Giant, Whyte, Mondraker, Genesis, Yeti, Intense, Brompton, Early Rider and Frog. In addition to our fantastic bike ranges, we also offer accessories from leading brands including; Hope, Renthal, Syncros, Endura, Enve, American Classic, Race Face and many more.
With Suspension Specialists and trained Trek Precision Fit Technicians amongst our staff you can be sure of getting the right bike and the perfect setup. With over 700 bikes in stock across our stores at any given time, you’re sure to find exactly what you are after, be it a bike for the daily commute, something for the weekend or a bike for the kids.
At Mountain Mania we pride ourselves on the level of service we offer. This level of service starts the second you walk through the door through to the end of your purchase and beyond. All our mechanics are Cyctech trained and have many additional specialist brand accreditations for workshop repair and service.
With easy parking at all store locations, why not stop by during a ride or pop in for a coffee and catch up on the latest news and rumours in the bike world?