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Located in Nanaimo, BC.


Coal City Cycles is a customer service oriented bicycle store that puts the customers needs first. We pride ourselves in our no pressure approach to retail. Our goal is to educate our customers so they can make an informed decision based on their needs.

We strive to promote cycling as a fun and exciting way to maintain a healthy lifestyle while providing exceptional customer service and the highest quality products.

With continued support of local organizations and events, the community’s passion for cycling will flourish.


A Nanaimo first: all bikes sold by Coal City Cycles include tune-ups for the duration of your ownership of the bike (lifetime free tune-ups). Parts and extra labour are an additional cost.



All the happenings in our world of cycling:

2 weeks ago
Mining Almost Killed This Town, Mountain Biking Saved It

A new destination to check out. The list never gets shorter!

2 weeks ago
Tripleshot CrossFondo

You should check this out.

3 weeks ago
Devinci (Finally) Announces New Spartan 29 - Pinkbike

Robin has been on this bike for the past month and says that is the most confidence inspiring bike he has ever ridden downhill, but it pedals uphill like a XC whip with no wheel lift and amazing ... See more

4 weeks ago
Photos from Coal City Cycles's post

The Coal City Crew killed it at the island Cup Enduro overall with Evan and Noah going 1 -2 in the U19 category and Dana taking the Intermediate Woman’s overall. Congratulations to all of you and a ... See more

1 month ago

Very sad news about the passing of Roach Founder Ingrid Doerr.
R.I.P. to a pioneer of the sport.
How many of you used or still have Roach armour and gear?

1 month ago
Timeline Photos

Setting up Cush Core for tomorrow’s Island Cup Enduro. #coalcitycycles #islandcup

1 month ago
Trans NZ Enduro

Robin just got in on the lottery to go to Trans New Zealand Enduro. A five day enduro stage race in New Zealand. Super Pumped!!

1 month ago

I am not going to say that I dig Diamondback Bikes, but this ad is awesome and has striking similarities to my youth.

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