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Sprocket Cycles

1018 S. Pacific Coast Highway Redondo Beach, CA 90277

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Sprocket Cycles

Services

complimentary local pickup and delivery

Tune-Up:
$5.9 $70
  • Adjust brakes and gears
  • Check headset, bottom bracket, front and rear hubs
  • True wheels/retension spokes
  • Lube all cables and components
  • Polish Frame and wheelset
Overhaul
$25.9 $150
  • Dismantle entire bike, wash drive train
  • crankset,bottom bearings
  • hub bearings, seatpost
  • headset, etc.
  • Relube and reassemble with fresh grease.
  • An overhaul should be done once per year.
Rentals:
  • Road
  • Mountain
  • Cruiser
  • Price Varies
Other Services:
  • Accessory installation
  • Complimentary local pickup and delivery

apparel& Accessories

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Clothing
  • Shoes
Tires
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Contact

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1018 S. Pacific Coast Highway Redondo Beach, CA 90277

// Call us: (310)540-1927

– Email us: info@sprocketcycles.com

Hours:
Monday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm


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Local Rides

Bicycles is our passion

Donut Ride The Kettle Ride New Pier Ride

30-40miles, The Donut Ride meets Saturdays at Riviera Village across from Starbucks (Ave. I and PCH) at 8:00 AM in Redondo Beach, an institution in South Bay cycling culture. The ride dates to 1973 and has maintained a reputation for being both beautiful and challenging. It draws many of the region’s fastest riders (when they aren’t racing). Over the years, it has attracted a Tour de France stage winner, an Olympic Gold Medalist, and more than a few national champions as regular participants. This is a consistently hilly route that will challenge you to climb well and still maintain horsepower on the flat.
Ride leaves every Sunday at 7:00 AM from the Center of the Known Universe, across from the Kettle Restaurant from which the ride got its name. It is the United Nations of South Bay Cycling, attracting all manner of biker. Pace varies from moderate to fast, 50 to 100 miles. This ride starts in Manhattan Beach at the corner of Manhattan Beach Blvd and Highland Avenue, heads north up the coast to Malibu with options to continue into the Malibu Hills from there.
Leaves every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 6:40 AM from the Manhattan Beach Pier. On Westchester Pkwy there are plenty of places to cut the course and hop back onto the back. Ride finishes with coffee and lies at the Starbucks in Manhattan Beach. Pick up lots of riders in Playa del Rey, and latecomers on the Parkway itself. The finishing sprint on the fourth lap ends at the beginning of the third traffic island. This ride has been around for decades, with various configurations. It's unorganized, and just something that happens.
  • Great neighborhood shop that seems to be on the rise. Paul is the owner, nice and knowledgable rider.

    Blake R. · California, USA
  • Great neighborhood shop that seems to be on the rise. Paul is the owner, nice and knowledgable rider.

    Michael Novotny · EXD Technologies
  • Super fast support. I have a question and post to support forum. I got the answer after 10 minutes! Incredible!!!

    John Saddington · MNP Department

Our team

We are dedicated to making your bicycles run faster, better, and smoother than ever.

Paul Che
Paul Che
Owner

Paul Che has devoted his life to cycling. He began racing back in 1985, and currently races as a Category 1/Pro. His passion for the bike runs deep. After years of working on his own bikes and repairing others for friends and clients, Paul dreamed of starting his own shop where he could put that passion to work on a larger scale, that dream is now a reality. Paul also has a very successful coaching business.

Mike Rooney
Mike Rooney
Customer Service

Rooney joined Sprocket Cycles in May of 2011. Mike has a long career in the bicycle industry. He began working at Circle Cycle in 1978 and has continued through all aspects of the industry, from salesperson, mechanic, manager and independent operator. His 34+ years make him an asset to any organization. He has a background that gives him a broad spectrum in the industry from his many contacts. He has been involved in the south bay area of Los Angeles all these years and as a result has many satisfied customers that follow him where ever he works. If you want good bicycle information you need to see Mike.

Robbie Perez
Robbie Perez
Team Leader

Robbie Perez has been working on bikes since his childhood. He has been with Sprocket Cycles since shortly after its opening, a professional bike mechanic for five years, previously at Aviation Cyclery. Robbie is not only a bike mechanic but a cyclist as well; he can work with any customer to maximize their riding experience.