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415 Washington St, Brainerd, MN 56401
218-829-5516
Mon - Fri: 9:00am - 7:00pm, Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm, Sun: Closed

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Road Bikes

Featuring a huge selection of Race, Gravel and TT

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Mountain Bikes

mountain bikes catalog

From DH to XC, Easy Riders has you covered for MTB

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commuter bikes catalog

commuter bikes catalog

Catering to the City and Commuter Crowds

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bike parts catalog

bike parts catalog

Specialty tools to small parts, all in one place

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Welcome to Easy Riders Bicycle & Sportshop

Great Deal on Shorts & Jerseys!

We have an aswsome selection of shorts and jerseys!

Everyone wants new clothes! When you purchase a pair of shorts, you'll received 25% off the purchase of a jersey. Score! Stop by and check out our awesome selection of shorts and jerseys. Greg and Kenn say, "Show some color Brainerd!"

Events Coming Up

See all the rides from the Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Crew:

Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Crew

Ride Strong & Stay Fit

Come see our selection of road bicycles!
Come see our selection of cyclocross bicycles! Crush it all winter on a fat bike! Ride in comfort with these cycling accessories!

Brainerd Area Bike Maps

Brainerd Lakes Area Bike MapsEnjoy the breathtaking scenery and heartwarming hospitality of the Brainerd Lakes Area. Each season offers different views of the beautiful lakes area. As the snow starts melting each spring you will hear thewater in our lakes and rivers begin to flow, the birds will begin to chirp and the flowers and trees will begin to bud. Summers will offer the beauties of bright blue skies and lakes, and hues of lush green trees. Autumn provides bikers the experience of riding the trails with amazing views of the radiant Minnesota fall colors.  Maps are available at Brainerd Area Bike Maps.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

trail
Also called "fork trail," this is a measurement of the distance the front wheel's contact patch is behind the intersection of the steering axis with the ground. Framebuilders use trail to optimize handling. If you think of how a grocery cart's front casters work (they always swing in the direction you aim the cart because the wheels are well behind the steering axis), you can get an idea how trail effects stability and handling.

Kenn's Cycling Tip Of The Day!

Cycling Gloves Protect Your Hands In Many Ways - Helmets are the most important piece of safety equipment. And cycling gloves aren't too far behind. Good gloves protect your palms in case of a fall, and can prevent the numbness and nerve damage (some models are ergonomically designed specifically for this purpose) that can occur on longer rides. Gloves also improve your grip on the handlebars and offer some protection from sunburn. Additionally, many gloves feature terry cloth panels for wiping sweat off your face. For off-road riding, we recommend full-finger models to protect your hands from brush, limbs and poisonous plants. Browse through our selection to find what you need.