Find what you want today with BIKE2020.com: X-ray vision for deals on Sale, Closeout, and Demo Bicycles, Wheels, and related accessories at shops near you. #Find your ride
1. Use the computing device of your choice to search Bike20/20 and find anything bike that you like.
2. Call the dealer to check availability and tell them we sent you. Go there to get your bike or gear, and make a new friend.
3. Go for a ride, enjoy your new bike or gear, impress your friends. You're welcome!
Riding a bicycle is fun, and we believe shopping for a bicycle or cycling gear should be fun too. Our goal is to help you enjoy the the experience—peruse a bunch of shiny new bikes and find one that makes your heart beat faster.
The internet is a wonderful place to look at kittens, but there’s nothing quite like buying a bike in person. Bicycles are intricate machines that require an excellent build, a proper fitting to you, and continued maintenance. Local bike shops are the absolute best at providing this service, and the most appropriate place to purchase a new bicycle. Even better they can be a great hangout and a place to meet some new like-minded friends.
Bicycle manufacturers often restrict dealers from shipping bicycles. This is for a dealer's protection, as they most likely staked their life savings on tools, equipment, rent, and employees. Please do not ask a shop to ship a bike if it doesn't state "shippable."
If you've ever purchased a pair of shoes that didn't fit you can imagine how devastated you will be when your new bicycle is too small, too big, or, um, too wide. Finding a trusted dealer that will take the time to adapt a bicycle to you is better than gold (because you can't ride gold). Sure, there are tools on the internet that can help get you close to the right size, but there's nothing quite like working with experts at your local shop to ensure proper fit.
"Buy Now" Nearly every manufacturer has a warehouse full of last year's bikes. You can sometimes get a shop to show you those sale bikes and order one, but not always. When you see a bike with the "Manufacturer" flag flying it means it is still in their warehouse. They usually have a "buy now" button as well so you can purchase directly and they are happy to ship it directly to you.