Bicycles, like puppies, love rolling around outside, freak out over every twig in the park, and track mud all over your bed when trying to cuddle. Pamper man’s second-best friend with today's Groupon to Keswick Cycle, located in Cherry Hill and Glenside. Choose between two options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of equipment and services.
- For $50, you get $100 worth of equipment and services.
Featured as one of Bicycle Retailer’s Top 100 Retailers for four years, Keswick Cycle stocks a variety of bikes and supplements two-wheeled steeds with professional maintenance, repair, and equipment. In addition to working in partnership with Schwinn Bicycles, the shop’s service area rests on full display at the forefront of the store to let customers witness the craft, expertise, and costume changes vital to each tune-up ($69.99). Ensure smooth shifting in a 10-speed with a drivetrain clean ($110), or get wheels road-ready with a complete bicycle overhaul ($175). Owners can trick out their rides thanks to Keswick Cycle’s variety of components and accessories, such as clipless pedals ($50+), trick out their body parts with cycling shoes ($100+), and confidently duck tricky limbo poles thanks to Bell and Giro helmets ($40+).
Customers can also ensure a healthy biomechanical relationship between their bodies and bicycles with a bicycle fit ($150+). Ill-fitting bicycles can be adjusted afterward to help prevent future injury, fatigue, and ridicule from penny-farthing biker gangs.
In 1933, the founders of Keswick Cycle opened their doors with a common goal in mind: to make each visitor feel like a part of the family. Almost 80 years later, a staff of avid cyclists and triathletes maintains the same friendly vibe at all three locations, meanwhile stocking an assortment of bikes and accessories. Bicycles from Cannondale, Specialized, Electra, and other big brands conquer myriad terrains, from roads and triathlon courses to mountain trails mucky with discarded cooking oil. Tires, apparel, and other accessories round out the inventory, situated around the shop's central hub, the services department. Here, factory-trained mechanics tune up or overhaul any type of bike or shopping carts masquerading as bikes. These same experts fit athletes for competition at the triathlon studio and, in their spare time, lend a hand to local charities.