Below is a list of the top and leading Bike Shops in Houston. To help you find the best Bike Shops located near you in Houston, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Houston’s Best Bike Shops:
The top rated Bike Shops in Houston are:
- Blue Line Bike Lab – provides bicycle needs to the community
- Fletcher Bike Studio – houses bikes that offer speed, comfort, and fun
- Shama Cycles Bicycle Shop – customizes bikes based on the client’s needs
- Bike Barn – serves with a friendly and informative approach
- Ham Cycles – offers a wide variety of bicycles brands and gears
Blue Line Bike Lab
Blue Line Bike Lab was founded by two brothers David and Fred on December 1, 2005. They started selling Madwagon, K2, Ironhorse, Cadillac, Torker, and DK bicycles on their initial years of business. The business experienced a complete shift when they housed the brand Jamis and Kona in 2010. They have included flooring of their brands to their list of services. Soon enough, other famous brands made it to their display shelves. These were Pivot mountain bikes, Cervelo road bikes, Electra town bikes, and Tribe Bicycles city bikes. Though now working with well-known brands they still treasure the versatility the popular bike brand Jamis and Kona deliver.
Standard Tune-Up, Advanced Tune-Up, Master Tune-Up, Overhaul Tune-Up, Tandem Tune-Up, Drivetrain, Derailleur & Shifter, Tune-Ups & Builds, Brakes, Wheels, Misc. Labor & Installation, Front End
“Great service!!! Pulled up and the gentlemen came out the store to greet me! Helped me get my son bike out the car. Took the bike to the back and service was completed in 20 minutes. He answered all of my questions. Great price! First time customer and will be a returning customer.” –Nesia Johnson
Fletcher Bike Studio
Fletcher Bike Studio remains to be a family-owned and operated store until now. The store emits a welcoming and relaxed vibe. Customers are treated warmly with their customized client service. They are committed to delivering quality bikes that spell comfort, speed, and fun. Bicycles at their store are either from their trusted suppliers or outfitted by them. Bike outfitting entails an intricate process to meet the customer’s specific cycle needs. While the brands they carry have established reputation in the industry. Though they are host to only a few brands, clients are assured that these labels are of the highest quality and selected based on its performance.
Assembly and Tune-ups
“Perfect bike shop, went in to replace a tube and 2 tires. Fast and super friendly service. In and out in 10 minutes. Highly recommend!” –Jason Focht
Shama Cycles Bicycle Shop
Shama Cycles Bicycle Shop understands the individual bicycle needs of their clients. With this in mind, they offer flexible options to customers in terms of their budget, goals, and needs. Their premier mechanical service focuses on bicycle detail, build, and performance. They are dedicated to their craft and aims to build more triathlon and road bikes. Each customized bike is designed to deliver exemplary performance, good riding experience, and an overall gorgeous look. The shop’s service does not stop from the moment that their bikes are purchased, they highly encourage people to communicate with them. Clients can share the performance of the bicycle, how they felt using it, and if it delivered what they have wanted.
Frames, Fit, Build
“They specialize in race/specialty bikes. However, they really came to my rescue by making a custom crankset. For my bike now it’s as good as new. I definitely recommend if your bike is ever need of repair. Check them out! Mark was a big help!” –Tristan Quintanilla
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One of our late night crews building bikes, all day everyday. Hoping all of you had a healthy Good Friday. We are open tomorrow 10am-5pm and closed Sunday for Easter. Please allow us to follow our safety precautions while we are open: no more than 4 people at a time in the stores, don’t touch, shopping isn’t a team sport, and use our curbside pickup or delivery when possible! Thank you for your help in keeping our staff and you safe. #bikebarntx #houstoncycling #cyclinglife #mechanics #builders #htx
Bike Barn is proud of the quality of the bikes they are selling. They are a Houston-based store that wants to serve the community bicycle needs. The store is passionate about achieving the highest quality of customer satisfaction. Every transaction at the shop is friendly and informative. Their products are of superior quality wherein Its price, craftsmanship, and performance can be guaranteed. Their bicycles can be used for the mountains or for a neighborhood stroll. Bike Barn is dedicated in promoting the cycling lifestyle. They contribute to local charities and even sponsors events related to the cycling industry.
Custom Bike Fit, Bike Repair & Service, Maintenance, Bike Trade-Ins, Kid’s Bike Trade-up
“Amazing employees! One guy (forgot his name) fixed my flat faster than I ever could while he helped 2 other customers. Very fast, very impressed!
I never leave reviews but y’all deserve it!” –Cody Hovland
Ham Cycles pioneered the first fixed gear shop in Houston. They later transformed it into a boutique bicycle showroom. The shop sells European style commuters and cruisers, 3 speeds to 10 speeds gears, and Track Bike. It carries all types of bikes and gears from entry-level retrospec fixed gear to full carbon Cinelli and Soma weekender. Their service shop accepts bike works including derailleur, pro-tunes, brake adjustments, and drivetrain. To add variety to their already wide library of gears, they recently added Giro to their shoe and helmet sets. Satisfied clients usually frequent the shop to chat over their purchased bike’s impressive performance.
Apparel, Bicycles, Water Bottles, Bike Check-In
“Really good bike shop! Amazing, helpful staff and good people overall! Always a good environment when I go there. Check it out if you haven’t yet!” –Aditya Shah
Amy Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Amy has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.