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415 Washington St, Brainerd, MN 56401
218-829-5516
Mon - Fri: 9:00am - 6:00pm, 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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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 the water 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

tire liner
A protective plastic strip that's placed between the tire and tube to stop glass, thorns and debris from popping the tube.

Kenn's Cycling Tip Of The Day!

Hand Comfort Is In Your Hands - If you're pretty sure your bicycle fits properly, any hand discomfort you experience may be related to how you ride and your equipment. Remember the most important rule of hand comfort: change hand positions often. Even if your bike is equipped with flat bars it's possible to move your hands around to grip different parts of the bar. Also, consider adding bar ends to provide additional spots to hang on. Relaxing your grip on the bars can't be overemphasized, either. With practice, it's easy to keep a controlled grip even though your upper body is relaxed. A trick that can help is regularly removing one hand at a time and shaking it out by your side to relieve the tension and revive circulation to the palm and fingers.