Pembroke Cycle

Location & Directions 954-430-2320
Mon: Closed
Tue, Thu: 10:00am - 6:30pm
Wed, Fri: 10:00am - 7:00pm
Sat: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Sun: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Feature Items

  • Trek Skye SL Disc - Women's - 2013
    $699.95
    Product Rating
     
    4.0 stars
     (5 Reviews)

    Trek's Skye SL Disc is perfect for trails riding, cruising around town, commuting and running errands. Its Trek Gold aluminum frame feels light enough to float and… [more]

  • Trek Superfly FS 6 (Gary Fisher Collection) - 2014
    $1,649.95

    Trek's Superfly FS 6 offers pro-level handling and speed. Even if you never race it, you'll love the light, efficient aluminum frame with G2 geometry for amazing… [more]

  • Trek X-Caliber 7 (Gary Fisher Collection) - 2014
    $799.95

    Gary Fisher and Trek have been doing 29ers quite awhile, so they know and a thing or two about making a great 29er hardtail. The X-Caliber 7 uses a sleek, light Gold… [more]

  • Trek 8.3 DS - 2015
    $659.99

    Streets and paths, suburbs and woods; return to the simple joys of cycling with Trek's 8.3 DS. This go-anywhere machine is road-bike fast, hybrid-bike capable and fun… [more]

  • Trek X-Caliber 8 (Gary Fisher Collection) - 2014
    $949.95
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    Jump front wheel-first into the off-road world aboard Trek's X-Caliber 8. This sleek dirt-worthy bike starts with a lightweight Gold aluminum frame with Gary Fisher's… [more]

  • Trek Verve 1 - 2014
    $399.95
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (17 Reviews)

    Trek's Verve lets you experience adventures right from your door. Whether commuting to work, riding for fitness, or just enjoying the breeze, its lightweight aluminum… [more]

  • Trek 820 - 2015
    $339.95
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (205 Reviews)

    Trek's 820 is a fun, versatile bike at a sweet price. It features a great-riding steel frame with a relaxed, upright riding position you'll love. Up front, a suspension… [more]

  • Trek 820 WSD - Women's - 2015
    $339.95

    Trek's 820 WSD is a fun, versatile bike with a price that can't be beat. It features a great-riding steel frame with a relaxed, upright riding position you'll love. Up… [more]

 

We Have Weekend Rides

We ride Sat and Sun leaving at 7:15 AM.  We ride 40 miles at a 22MPH pace.

Gary Fisher Bicycles For Everyone!

Gary Fisher bicycles for everyone!From the beginning, Gary Fisher has been a key innovator in the mountain bike world. But did you know that he’s passionate about all forms of biking? Riding is more than freedom on the trail, it’s about getting around, getting things done and staying healthy. That’s why you’ll see a full range of Fisher bikes, from commuters to kid’s. Stop in and see our great Fishers soon!

Read Our Mountain Bike Buyer's Guide!

We have a mountain bike for you!

Adventure is yours aboard a mountain bike. And you have a lot of exciting options when it comes to selecting the perfect mountain bike too. Start by checking out our buyer’s guide and then come see the bikes in person!

Today's Tip

How To Climb Trails Like A Mountain Goat - Conquering a steep off-road climb can be challenging and fun. What's required is strength, finesse and the proper technique. The trick to getting up steep stuff cleanly is positioning your center of gravity in the sweet spot, the point where you get the best balance of traction and control. Move your center of gravity too far forward and you lose traction at the rear wheel. Move it too far to the rear and your front wheel starts to float, robbing you of control. It's best to remain seated and press your upper body down toward the toptube as the climb gets steeper and the sweet spot moves forward. If the climb gets too steep for you to stay in the saddle, rise slightly and move forward, to remain in the sweet spot. Practice on a smooth, steep, obstacle-free climb and soon, you'll be climbing like you've got Velcro tires.

Today's Word of the Day

draft

To ride closely behind one or more fellow riders so that you are shielded from the wind, thereby saving considerable energy. The drafting effect increases as the size of a group grows, creating the potential for a number of riders to travel much faster than an individual cyclist.