Loveland Cycle 'n Fitness

Loveland Cycle 'n Fitness (970) 667-1943

Winter Hours

Sun-Wed: Closed

Thurs-Sat: 10am-5pm


Feature Items

  • Raleigh Talus 2 - 2016

    Raleigh's Talus 2 is all about real fun on two wheels. Its aluminum frame is strong and ready to cruise, while the Suntour suspension fork and burly 27.5-inch wheels… [more]

  • Del Sol LXI 6.1 - 2016

    "LXI" sounds like luxury for a reason. After all, this stylish aluminum frame is as comfortable as it is smooth-riding and fun. Now, that's the high life right there.… [more]

  • Bianchi Strada - 2016

    The Strada is based on Bianchi's classic double-butted steel frames and proven touring geometry for a ride that's equally at home running errands and cruising down the… [more]

  • Raleigh Kodiak 1 - 2016

    Take Raleigh's Kodiak 1 down tricky lines knowing you've got enough squish to make it feel like a stroll in the park. A tough alumimum frame keeps this rig on the… [more]

  • Bianchi Milano - 2016

    Bianchi named its Milano as an ode to the Italian city of fashion, the Last Supper, and the Santa Maria del Grazie. With so much to see, you'd be lost without a bike… [more]

  • GT Avalanche Comp - 2016

    GT's Avalanche Comp is ready and able to get rowdy in the dirt. Boasting GT's light aluminum frame and a super-smooth 100mm-travel suspension fork from Suntour, this… [more]

  • GT Avalanche Sport - 2016

    GT's Avalanche Sport is great for all types of riding, from exploring singletrack to running errands around town. It boasts GT's light, stiff 6061-aluminum frame for… [more]

  • Saris Bones 2-Bike

    The arch is arguably the most important engineering feat in human history. One look at Saris’ Bones 2-Bike rack would make any ancient Roman proud. With three incredibly… [more]

  • Del Sol LXI 6.1 Step-Through - 2016

    Needing a little slice of the nicer things? This little piece of luxury features a light aluminum frame, upright, comfortable seating, sturdy 26-inch wheels, and a… [more]

  • Bianchi Volpe Disc - 2016

    Bianchi's Volpe Disc is a versatile go-anywhere-on-any-road bike. It's equally at home on pavement and dirt, ready for long and short rides, and capable of fully-loaded… [more]

  • Del Sol LXI 7.1 - 2016

    You're a classy kinda cyclist, and that's why you'll love the LXI 7.1. This bike ticks all the boxes when it comes to comfort and style. Consider the super compliant… [more]

  • GT Aggressor Sport - 2016

    GT's Aggressor Sport is a great rig for the trails and the city. GT's 6061-aluminum Triple-Triangle frame is led by a bump-absorbing SR Suntour suspension fork and… [more]

  • Raleigh Alysa 2 - Women's - 2016

    Lightweight technology meets all-around versatility in Raleigh's Alysa 2. This fast, efficient street machine is perfect for your daily commute, your weekend adventures,… [more]

  • Premium Products Solo - 2016

    - Crmo down tube frame with Mid BB shell, integrated head tube and integrated seat clamp - Internal threaded crmo steer tube fork with hi-ten tapered legs - Hi-ten bars… [more]

  • Raleigh Tokul 1 - 2016

    Raleigh’s Tokul 1 rips downhill just as well as it flies to the top. Its slack fit and 27.5-inch wheel size make it an incredibly capable, fast, and—most importantly—fun… [more]


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Today's Tip

Correct Tire Pressure Improves Your Ride - Bicycle tires work best when properly inflated. Check the label on the tire to find the range of recommended pressures. For off-road tires, lower psi helps smooth rough terrain, and higher pressures increase efficiency on smoother surfaces. Don't go below the minimum or you increase the risk of a flat. Pressure too high will have you bouncing out of control on every bump in the trail. Road riders on super-smooth pavement can decrease rolling resistance with higher pressures. For rougher roads, reduce the pressure. For any type of riding, your weight, speed, and the surface conditions affect what pressure is best. Staying within the manufacturer's stated range helps you get the most from your tires. Ask us what we recommend.


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Thurs - Sat: 10:00am - 5:00pm


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