17 Bicycle Shops in Kenya for You To Check.

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Bicycle shops in Kenya

I began looking for bicycle shops in Kenya when out of the blue, the Kenyan government and the Nairobi city County government, announced that there would be no Matatus going to the city center on certain days.

I was a worried man.

Why should not I be when nearest drop off point by my favorite Matatu was about 4 kilometers from my workstation?

Therefore, I had to act fast and find an alternative. An idea came to me that I needed get a bicycle to ease my pain. Moreover, I would kill two birds with the same stone. I would use it for exercise and find a way to get out of the house in the name of keeping fit.

That is how I begun looking for a bicycle and discovered a bunch of bicycle shops in Kenya. I finally got what I was looking for and I thought that if you are looking for one, I had better share with you some of the best shops I found.

Moreover if you are a seasoned biker or you just an amateur, this guide will help you in one way or another.

I got a very good bike, however on the very same day, the government scrapped their idea, and I was both happy and frustrated at the same time. Let that be a story for another day.

The 20 top bicycle shops in Kenya

Here is the list I prepared just for you. Let us have a look

1.Pedalling Powerhouse

This where I landed first and last. I am that shopper that will move from shop to shop comparing prices before I decide on where to spend my money.

Therefore, when I landed at Pedaling Powerhouse, I saw many bicycles and I did not settle on one. My ego could not allow me to do so. I left to check with other shops.

When I came back the second time, I had a made up my mind that I would get a bicycle here. And I am glad I did.   

The shop stocks quality second hand bikes at a good price. So far, the bike I bought is doing fine and I intend to buy one more bike for my son.

This is a bicycle shop I would recommend to anyone in Nairobi.

Location: Muranga Road, Nairobi

Working Hours: 9.00am- 5.30 pm Monday-Saturday

                          10.00am-4.00pm Sunday

Contact: +254 704 651636

2. Cycloville Kenya

This is another bicycle shop in Kenya I made a stop at. It is a good place, offering quality bikes. Moreover, they specialize in bicycle spare parts. If you located in Nairobi, you can check out this place.

But why did I not buy my bicycle here?

Though they have very good bicycles, I did not get what I was exactly looking for, so I visited and took note of there services.

And I must say that I was impressed.

Location: Thika Road, At Kahawa Wendani

Working Hours: 9.00am- 5.00 pm Monday-Saturday

                          Sunday Closed

Contact: +254 719 645053

3. Green Cycle Shop

If you live in Muthangari, then this shop is amazing. I have every reason to commend it to anyone. They have very good bikes and their services are just out of this world.

If you think I am going too far in praising this guys, look at what one customer had to say;

‘I must commend the guys at Green Cycle Shop for their professionalism. They always follow up on their clients and have great after sales service. Bought my first of many bikes there and am sure this relationship with them is for the long haul. Congratulations guys and it’s always great doing business with you.

Whereas other shops will sell to you and almost immediately forget about you, this shop has a very good after sale service.

Location: Muthangari  Gardens,  Muthangari, Nairobi

Working Hours: 8.00am- 6.00 pm- Monday-Saturday

                       10.30am- 5.30pm Sunday

Contact: +254 717 786681

4. Wheels of Africa

This another shop that I visited as looked for my ideal bicycle. At the reception, the welcome had a warm feeling and I immediately fell in love with these people. This a top bicycle shop in Kenya.

They do stock good bicycles besides fixing all kind of bicycle problems.

I looked at their rating at google business places and it is very good. Having a rating of 4.6 out of 5 is no mean achievement.

Location: Ring Road Kilimani, Nairobi

Working Hours: 9.00am- 5.00 pm- Monday-Saturday

                           Sunday closed

Contact: +254 716 701676

5. Cycle Land Limited

When you get here, you get to see bicycles everywhere, some hanging from strategic positions. It shows you the seriousness these people take things bicycles and why they are contenders of top bicycle shops in Kenya.

There prices are good and the service is amazing. This shop is worth checking out.

Location: Parklands Road, Nairobi

Working Hours: 9.30am- 6.30 pm- Monday-Saturday

                          10.30am-5.30pm -Sunday

Contact: +254 734 252299

6. Bikes and Sports Limited

For those of us living along Mombasa Road in Nairobi, you should consider this shop. They stock quality bicycles and you will find any kind of bicycle you looking for.

Location: Capital Centre Mall, Mombasa Road, Nairobi

Working Hours: 9.00am- 8.00pm- Monday-Sunday                           

Contact: +254 721 250003

7. Topteam Cycles and Fitness.

This is another shop you can get a bicycle especially if Langata road is your hood. They have good quality bicycles.

When I was looking for a bicycle of my own, I did not get to this shop. However, I did get to it when I was researching about this article.

Expect some good customer service and I must say you will be spoilt for choice.

Location: Langata Road, Langata, Nairobi

Working Hours: 9.00am- 5.00pm- Monday-Saturday

                          9.00pm-3.00pm Sunday                          

Contact: +254 706 994999

8. Spine Doctor Bike Shop

This shop specializes in second hand bikes and serves the residents of northern Nairobi. This is a small shop and you may not easily find what you are looking for.

However, there is no harm trying.

Location: Kamiti Road, Kasarani, Nairobi

Working Hours: 9.00am-7.30pm- Monday-Saturday

                             Sunday- Closed          

Contact: +254 717 562165

9. Elite Bike shop and Services

This is another shop in the Kilimani area and apart from selling bikes, they offer bicycle services. If you live in this area, you can pay them a visit.

Location: Wood Avenue, Kilimani, Nairobi

Working Hours: 8.00am-6.00pm- Monday-Wednesday

                          8.00am-7.30pm- Thursday-Saturday

                          Sunday- Closed          

Contact: +254 724 752015

10. Bikes for Kenyans

Bikes for Kenyans is among the top bicycles shops in Kenya selling cheap bicycles in Kenya. Moreover, they sell bicycle spare parts.

Location: Outering Road, Caltex, Nairobi

Working Hours: Not specified.

Contact: +254 721 212162

11. Bikes World

This is one bike shop located in Ruiru. They stock bicycles, sell spare parts and offer repair services.

Location: Kihunguro, Ruiru.

Working Hours: 8.00am-6.00pm- Monday- Sunday

Contact: +254 726 729737

12. Decathlon

Decathlon is a world-renowned retailer whose headquarters are in France. They deal in sports gear all kind among them bicycles. They have over 1500 stores in over 50 countries worldwide.

In Kenya, you will find them at the Hub Mall. For residents of Karen looking for bicycles, this a shop to consider. It is a top bicycle shop in Kenya.

Location: The Hub Mall, Kikuyu Road, Karen, Nairobi.

Working Hours: 9.00am-8.00pm- Monday- Sunday

Contact: +254 746 743638

Other bicycles shops to consider

Here are other shops you may want to consider. They may not be specializing in bikes alone,but they do sell them.

13. Digo Emporium- The shops deals in all kinds of bicycles, including Tri-cycles.

14. Cycle Kits and Accessories– Located in Parklands, they stock both new and used bicycles.

15. Roy’s Cycle Matt- This is Githurai 45 and sells both new and used bicycles besides offering repair services.

16. Supermarkets– Most top supermarkets sell bicycles. You can check with your favorite supermarket.

17. Jumia Kenya– If you love shopping online, you can get bicycles at Jumia.

Types of bicycles in Kenya

When I was looking for a bicycle at those bicycles shops in Kenya, I was not just going for structure on two wheels. I was looking for something that would meet my demands.

When I went shopping, I came across three types of bicycles. Let us have a look.

1. Mountain Bicycles.

Bicycle shops in Kenya-A mountain bike
A mountain Bike

As the name suggests, they are mountain climbers. To put it in a more precise way, they are off road biking gadgets.

They have characteristic heavy metal bars and wide tires. If you go shopping, you realize that they are the cheapest in the market.

2. Road Bike.

Bicycle shops in Kenya-A road bike
A Road Bike

This are made for road cycling. These kind of bicycles are crafted for speed and are often used in road races.

One notable characteristic about them is that they have drop handlebars. If you live in a rough terrain, they may not handle that.

3. Hybrid Bicycles.

A hybrid bike

As the name suggests, it is a combination of the two predecessors above. This bicycle can handle rough terrain well besides being used as a road bike.

This is the kind of bicycle I was looking for.

As you visit those bicycle shops in Kenya I have listed above, this is something you need to have in mind. A bicycle is not just a bicycle.

Pro Note: Sometimes buying a second hand bicycle can save you lots of money. Besides, most people who know about bicycles will tell you that Ex-UK bicycles are among the best in the Kenyan Market.

Conclusion.

Getting a good bicycle can make you love cycling. Besides, we live in a world where we rarely exercise.  Owning a bicycle can keep you fit besides moving you from one point to another. These shops in Kenya will help get a good bicycle.

The bicycles shops in Kenya listed above are among the best though you may notice that they are all located in Nairobi.

There could be other shops out there that are yet to be discovered. Should you come across such, let me know. I will be glad to add it on this list of bicycle shops in Kenya.

Back to my story

Even though the government went back on its word on banning matatus in the city, I have used my bicycle twice to go to work and it is fun with a bonus of losing some pounds of weight.

My only worry is how to use it in the rainy season!

Read Also: How to start a blog in Kenya.

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