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WORLD CUP SKI & CYCLE

LOCATION & DIRECTIONS | 717-730-9402

Store Hours-Mon/Tues: 10-8 Wed: 10-6 Thurs/Fri: 10-8

Sat: 10-5 Sunday: Closed

       
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Feature Items

Cannondale Quick 4 - Women's - 2016
$649.99

Healthy body, healthy mind, healthy planet! Accomplish all three by riding Cannondale's Women's Quick 4. Its light, efficient aluminum frame zooms over tarmac and also… [more]

Cannondale Trail 20 - Boy's - 2016
$339.99

Make sure your kid enjoys riding as much as you do by getting them started on Cannondale's Trail 20. An awesome, lightweight aluminum frame and plush SR SunTour… [more]

GT Grade Alloy 105 - 2016
$1,299.99

If all-day adventure is your flavor, then GT's Grade Alloy 105 is the peanut butter to your jelly. Thanks to endurance-oriented geometry, all-day comfort and stability… [more]

Cannondale Catalyst 2 - 2016
$539.99

Mountain biking has a learning curve, but you've got great head start in Cannondale's Catalyst 2. A strong, lightweight butted aluminum frame creates precise handling… [more]

GT Grade Carbon 105 - 2016
$2,499.99

For no-name roads, undiscovered roads, and the road less traveled, choose the GT Grade Carbon 105. The svelte carbon frame begs for high-mileage days and memory-creating… [more]

 

World Cup Ski & Cycle

will be Closed on Monday May 30th

in observance of Memorial Day

Spring is here, is your bicycle ready? We have 2 experienced full time bicycle mechanics on staff ready to get your ride all dialed in...get it in  for its tune-up now before the rush for a quicker turn around time!
 
Say "Hi" to Buck when you stop by!
Our Staff!
Dave Gonder, Mike, Mikhail, Jaime, Lee, Dave Gaffney, Jason

  GURU at World Cup Ski and Cycle!

               The world's most advanced fit system.              

 Make an appointment today for your GURU experience!

      

Today's Tip

Communication Is Key - The most important rule of group riding is good communication. Ideally, someone will explain the ride in advance pointing out any safety considerations such as rough roads, high-traffic areas, easily missed turns, etc. If no one seems in charge, ask people about the ride. Don't be shy. Sometimes there's no formal leader and the assumption is made that everyone knows what's going on simply because they've come out for the ride. This is sure to cause problems that could result in a crash. If you don't know, ask, and keep asking until you find someone who can tell you what's going on. There are always a few people who know and are willing to help and it can make a big difference in how much you enjoy the ride and how safe it is.