6450 N. Central Ave.

Chicago, IL 60646

FREE PARKING behind shop

(773) 792-1669

Fall Hours
Mon, Tue: 10:00 - 6:00

Wed: Always Closed
Thur: 10:00 - 7:00
Fri: 10:00 - 6:00
Sat: 10:00 - 5:00
Sun: closed

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Feature Items

  • Pure Fix Echo - /2014
    $329.00

    Matte Black frame with Oxblood-Red deep dish wheels. Whether you're a vampire or just an urban nightcrawler, the Echo's red-on-black design is the perfect style for a… [more]

  • Lapierre Sensium 300 - 2014
    $2,199.00
    $2,499.99

    Days exploring backroads, weekends hammering on group rides, and everything in between, Lapierre's Sensium 300 is your secret weapon. Its Sensium carbon frameset is… [more]

  • Pure Fix Kilo - 2014
    $329.00

    A fully GLOW-in-the-dark fixed gear bike! Get ready to take your night riding to a whole new level. After months of experimentation, we've perfected the GLOW, our newest… [more]

  • Lapierre Sensium 100 - 2014
    $1,599.00
    $1,799.99

    Lapierre's Sensium 100 belongs everywhere but in the garage on a hook. Take it around your favorite road loops or on all-day epics and you'll love the Sensium carbon… [more]

  • Pure Fix Papa - 2014
    $329.00

    Matte Grey frame with Double-Orange deep dish wheels. This ain't your daddy's bicycle. Matte-grey with orange wheels, people will call you Big Papa on this swanky set of… [more]

  • Raleigh Revenio Carbon 1.0 - 2013
    $1,300.00
    $1,600.00
    Product Rating
     
    4.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    You'll ride all your favorite road loops more quickly and comfortably than ever on Raleigh's Revenio Carbon 1.0. First off, you get Raleigh's Direct Connect carbon… [more]

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Today's Tip from Edgebrook Cycle

Don't Compromise Seat Position To Improve Reach - Sometimes, if it feels like the handlebars are too far away (or too confining), you might be tempted to slide the seat forward to reduce the reach. Don't do it! This might solve the reach problem. But, to minimize injury risks and maximize pedal power, seat position must be based on your relationship to the pedals. So, you can cause problems if you move the seat to solve the reach issue. The correct solution is to leave the seat alone (assuming its position is correct) and change the stem (the part that holds the handlebars) for a shorter (or longer) one. We can help if you need to make changes.

 
Edgebrook Cycle- Chicago's Favorite Commuter Bike shop
6450 N. Central Ave
Chicago, IL 60646