August 2015

Freerider Bicycle Shop in Tbilisi - Highest Quality Bikes - Maximise Your Cycling Experience

August 31, 2015 - 11:42am -- admin

Freerider is a new bike shop conveniently located near to Vake park  in Tbilisi on I.Mosashvili N12. From this park there is really easy access to all the trails around the Turtle lake and beyond.

The shop is a great place to go if you need to pick up some spares before you go riding. There are spares for everyday riding: tubes,  tyres,  brake pads. Upgrades for your bike: handlebars, drivetrain, saddles, pedals and seat posts.  They also stock a good range of accessories like helmets and gloves.

The shop  contains a range of new bikes for all riding styles from the German brand Bergamont. They have downhill bikes, trail bikes, cross-country bikes, budget and high-end bikes. They even have an electric bike!

The shop has friendly staff who will help you with any problem with your bike and guarantee that you get the right bike for your needs. The staff can also advise you on good places to ride and you can even join up with groups  and tours by getting information through the shop. The free rider shop often organises events bike races, triathlons, and showcase events. Be sure to ask about the shop if you see the Bergamont tent up at an event.

If you are a local resident of Tbilisi it is a good place to pick up a good value mountain bike or street bike for commuting.  If you are a cycle tourist it a good place to meet a friendly face who can help you to fix any problems and get spares for the road ahead.  If you’re an expert biker,  the shop is run by experienced knowledgeable bikers  who are sure to be able to help you with your requirements.

The shop is also good place that out to meet other bikers and learn something about bike mechanics and maintenance with Levan who works there. He will even help you to brush up on your Georgian if you are not a local.

If you are a complete beginner or a professional racer,  the Freerider shop has everything that you will need to drop by when you get the chance. For more information check out the Freerider Facebook Page.