Welcome to Brentwood Bike Co.
We are here to assist you in all your cycling needs.
Have you seen our new location? Same Plaza, different storefront! We moved across the Parking lot to the 1st building as you drive in. We love the new space. Stop by and say hi!
We are a specialty shop that focuses on getting riders started and hooked up with the correct bike. We offer quality, affordable bicycles for all levels of riders. Brands from companies that have a long history of experience in continuous design technology. From the casual rider to the competitive athlete. We are a full service shop, so we can help you with parts, accessories and repairs. If we don't have what you need, we will be happy to special order it(at no extra charge). You don't pay shipping or build charges at BBC! Please contact us for pricing and availability.
Since opening the shop in April of 2008, we have had a ton of fun, are still loving what we do and look forward to many more great experiences! It has been a blast to watch all the smiling faces roll out of the shop on their bikes. It is great to hear the success stories from weight loss to race results! We are enjoying the development of our BMX team, and are proud of our accomplishment of getting the local skate park opened up for BMX usage. We appreciate all the continued support we have received from the community and the great relationships we have developed.
We hope you find our site informative and fun. We will be updating our new website with more content and information soon. Check back often and follow it up with a visit to the shop and say "hi".
Road Bikes are designed for riding on paved streets and going fast. Featuring skinny tires, a lightweight frame and a riding position that puts you bent over the handlebars, you might choose this type of bike if traveling longer distances at higher speeds is important to you. The frames of most road bikes are not particularly beefy in construction and generally won’t stand up well for extended periods under heavy loads or on really rough surfaces. They are about as well-suited for a path in the woods as you would be when wearing high heels.
Mountain bikes do not go as fast as road bikes, which is a trade-off for their durability along with a more comfortable riding position. You sit higher on these bikes, more upright with the straight handlebars, which is often a happier choice for people with back problems than being hunched over as you are on a road bike.
A comfort bike is a type of bicycle that is used for general biking activities. This bike can be used on paved roads, unpaved roads, trails and paths. Comfort bikes were designed with features of both a mountain bike and a road bike. These features offer you the ability to handle the rough terrain with the ease of peddling on a smooth street. Comfort bikes are a great way to have fun, exercise and get to wherever you need to go.
Hybrids are compromise between road and mountain bikes and offer the best features of both if most of your riding will be shorter trips on pavement. With skinnier, smooth tires, they typically can go faster than mountain bikes, yet feature the upright seat and handlebar position that many people favor. Hybrids are a good choice for most city riding, and offer speed, durability and comfort.
Cruisers are bikes that have wide tires, wide seats, upright handlebars and sometimes even just a single gear. These are the bikes that you’ll often see at the beach or around town. More simple mechanically, they are easy to maintain but work best with flat terrain and a rider whose main interest is more about being comfortable than with going fast.
Also known as a fixed gear, a fixie bike is a bicycle with a specific back wheel that doesn't allow it to spin without moving the cranks. Since the Bike can not coast, the rider must work harder to pedal. This is ideal for those interested in strength building and conditioning. Other advantages include the fixed-gear bike's light weight and simplicity. In addition to to these advantages, fixie bikes often don't have a lot of components, which gives them clean lines, and are usually customized colorfully, which gives them a stylish and trendy appeal.
Originally a bicycle intended for BMX Racing, the term "BMX bike" is now used for racing, as well as bikes used for dirt, vert, park, street, flatland and BMX freestyle disciplines. BMX frames are made of various types of steel, Cromoly or aluminum for racing category. Cheaper, low end bikes are usually made of steel. Mid range bikes are mostly chromoly or high tensile steel. High-performance freestyle BMX bikes use lightweight 4130 chromoly. BMX Freestyle is now one of the main events at Extreme Sports competitions and has grown in popularity due to its individual styling and availability of riding locations.
Brentwood Bike Co. is a full service shop. We offer repair service to almost any bike. From changing a flat to complete build. Not sure what your bike needs? No Worries, bring it in and receive a free evaluation! Aside from repairs and builds, we also have a certified Fit Specialist on staff that will make sure you are set up for the most comfortable ride on your bike.
Parts and Accessories
We offer a wide range of parts and accessories. From BMX parts to road plus everything in between! Please contact shop for more information on parts. No need to order online, come on in and let us assist you!