Epicenter Cycling - Santa Cruz Bike Shops

Santa Cruz Locals Making a Difference

1730 Mission St, Santa Cruz 831.423.9000 - 8035 Soquel Dr, Aptos 831.662.8100

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Fitness /

This is our most popular bike category, with good reason. Fitness bikes are the ultimate multi-talented ride. Workout machine, capable commuter, suburban warrior... they do it all well. They're the surest answer to the question, "What kind of bike should I get?"
 

Urban Utility /

Our urban utility bikes are built for the daily routine. They make it easier to haul, easier to commute, easier to mix it up, easier to do just about anything by bike. They’re the best way to soak up the sights, sounds, and vibe of the city. Wherever the urban landscape takes you, there's a Trek to get you there.

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Dual Sport /  

If you can have just one bike, make it a dual sport. These smooth-riding, adventure-loving bikes are fast on the road, capable and confident when the road turns rough, and ready to roll from road to trail if that’s where the day takes you.


Electra Amsterdam /

It’s perfect for everyday transportation, running errands or just rolling around town. Some models are dressed up with additional features like a coat/skirt guards, racks, lights and the coveted bell. Ding, ding. Be sure to check out the new Love, Joyride and Bloom ladies’ fashion editions.
 

Electra Verse /

Starting with a clean slate, the Verse was built from the ground up to bring a higher level of performance than other Electra collections. Upright fitness geometry, a semi-integrated headset with easily adjustable quill handlebar stem, and performance-oriented gearing leave no doubt this bike will go as long and hard as you’re willing to.



Our Mission is to use our knowledge and enthusiasm to support the cycling community and promote healthy lifestyles.

We accomplish this by providing,

  • a positive friendly environment

  • knowledgeable mechanics that want to help you

  • accommodating sales staff that will support you during every purchase

  • bicycle advocacy and community involvement

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