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Whether you are a novice cyclist, a regular cyclist, a professional cyclist or simply thinking about cycling, Aarons Bike Shop offers a first class service and the kind of information you would expect from any quality store.


We stock children’s bikes and scooters, adult bikes for commuting, road bikes, mountain bikes, touring bikes, as well as all the clothing you would need for cycling in any condition. We also stock panniers for use on your bike.


If you want to talk bikes, buy a bike, have your bike serviced or even hire a bike, come in and see us at Aarons Bikes. You can also shop on our website, which is constantly being updated with new stock, so you don't have to go off island and you can shop locally. We can even offer a delivery service! Cycling has changed, bikes are more advanced, you need good advice which you can get at Aarons Bikes. We can supply the following:


• Ghost: • Schwinn:


• Santa Cruz: Custom built to suit terrain and style. • Yeti:


Comprehensive range of Road, Hybrid, City, Mountain. High end custom with a big following.


Building great bikes in the USA for over a 100 years.


• Bottechia: Italian frame and bike builder. • Cotic: • Surly:


British bikes built for the climate off and on road.


Minnesota-based designer and builder of bikes to suit everything from commuting to riding on snow.


You can find us at 5 Gloucester Street, St Helier, JE2 3QR, Telephone: 280989, mobile 07797 914452 or log on to www.jerseybikerepairs.com


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