Bicycle Sales

We pride ourselves on having the ability to pair each customer with the bicycle most suited to their everyday needs. Come in and see our huge selection of bicycles for adults and children.
We have a wide range of
Accessories:  lights,  locks,  helmets,  baskets,  speedometers,  water bottles,  pumps and much much more in stock.
Cycling clothes are now also available:  jerseys, padded shorts,  bib shorts,  rain jackets,  gloves,  cycling shoes,  socks and sunglasses. 


Bicycle Service/Repairs

We run a repair service which means you and your bicycle are off the road for minimal time. Small repairs are generally done over 24hrs to allow minimum inconvenience to customers.
General Service Cost €20

Government Scheme Cyclist incentive explained - How to claim and what it covers

What's the point? - The cycling initiative is the carrot the Government is using to get motorists out of their cars with plenty of stick to come. The Government wants 10 per cent of all journeys by 2020 to be undertaken by bicycle and to persuade 150,000 commuters to use the bicycle for short journeys. Currently just 4 per cent of Dublin commuters travel by bicycle to work, one of the lowest figures in Europe. The Minister for the Environment John Gormley has announced a €5 million initiative in his carbon budget to upgrade cycle paths in Dublin. Details of the scheme will be in the Finance Bill.

Who can apply for the tax exemption? - The scheme must be operated by an employer. The bicycle can be funded by either the employer or through salary sacrifice of the employee, but it must be purchased by the employer. If employers pay for the bicycle, they can claim it as a tax exempt benefit-in-kind. Where funded by salary sacrifice there will be savings on tax, PRSI and levies. The scheme means an effective saving of at least 41 per cent on the cost of a new bicycle for a top rate taxpayer.

How does it work? - The employee would choose a bicycle and any associated safety equipment (up to a maximum value of €1,000) and the employer would purchase same on behalf of the employee.

How will it be enforced? - It is not envisaged that there will be a notification process involved, but the purchase of bicycles and associated safety equipment by employers for employees will be subject to the normal Revenue audit procedure with the normal obligations on employers to maintain records.

What equipment is covered? - The list of equipment covered under the scheme is exhaustive. It includes cycle helmets, bells, horns, lights, mirrors, mud guards, reflective clothing panniers, luggage carriers and straps. Also covered are locks and chains, pumps, puncture repair kits and cycle toolkits.

How many employees in a firm can be covered by it? - There is no limit on the amount of employees in a company that can avail of the scheme provided that the employer agrees to participate in the scheme. However, the tax exempt benefit in kind can only be provided to an employee once every five years.