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Bike Connection is an independent, family owned bicycle store located in Schaumburg since 1972

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Trade in Your Old Bike

Trade in your old bike towards a new bike and save on your new bike!

No matter what bike you bring in you will receive up to $30 credit toward a new bike.

We are now taking trade ins!

This also means that we will have some used adult bikes available soon

Used kids bikes are in stock now.

Riding season is in full gear, which means it's time for the Great American Bike Fest! We're offering some of our best prices of the year so you can stock up on everything you need to ride all spring and summer. Click over to see the deals!

Pre Ride Bicycle Checklist

If your bike has been sitting collecting dust this winter, then we have the perfect checklist to help you make sure you're ready to go when that first day of warm weather hits. If you can check off this list, your bike will be prepared to take you as far as you're willing to go. Don't have time to get your bike in riding shape? We're happy to help - schedule a tune-up today and beat the spring rush!

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Follow A Pre-Ride Checklist To increase Enjoyment, Reduce Problems - Begin by holding up one end of your bike, then the other, slowly spinning your tires to check for damage, excessive wear or a wobbly rim that rubs against the brake pads. Spin the pedals backwards and watch the chain as it winds through the rear derailleur cage. Is it rolling smoothly or does it kink up? Check your tire pressure with a gauge and add or decrease pressure for the ride you're about to do. Squeeze your brakes and watch the brake pads in front and rear. Is the operation equal and smooth or is one side moving more than the other? Look closely at the brake pads to inspect for signs of excessive wear or glazing. Finally, check that your handlebar, stem, seatpost and wheel quick-release levers are snug. Do you have the water, food, tools and personal items you need? Grab your helmet and have a great ride.