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3501 West 12th Street • Erie, PA • 16505 • 814-833-8274 • www.competitivegear.com

Whether you are a pavement pounder ripping it up in local events, a leisurely cyclist or a parent looking for the ultimate birthday present, Competitive Gear is the one-stop shop for all your biking needs. We are all aware that where you buy a product matters. It has everything to do with the quality of the product you receive. Bicycles aren't like microwaves; you can't just remove it from the packaging, plug it in and ‘boom' it works. Bicycles require assembling and fine-tuning in order to be safe and to function properly.

If safety, convenience and reliability are something you are looking for, then Competitive Gear Bike Shop is just the place for you. Peter McMaster opened Competitive Gear in 1983 on the promise of providing quality equipment and exceptional service to riders who competed in local events such as Erie's Quad Games. Little did McMaster know of the mind-blowing appraise the shop would receive, booming his business. He offers services for competitive riders, causal riders and child riders as well.

At Competitive Gear, McMaster and his staff are all experienced cyclists. “We hire competent sales people and expert mechanics who ensure that you get the right bike and quality machine. Our store has helpful personnel, offers a good selection, and has an on-site repair department to meet all your needs,” says McMaster.

If you are looking for a new bike, odds are you will find just the right one among Competitive Gear's large selection. But, if you've looked everywhere and still can't find the right one, don't give up hope yet — just put your faith in McMaster. He and his staff also excel at building custom bikes from the ground up. Now that's one stop-shop service for sure.Whether you are a pavement pounder ripping it up in local events, a leisurely cyclist or a parent looking for the ultimate birthday present, Competitive Gear is the one-stop shop for all your biking needs. We are all aware that where you buy a product matters. It has everything to do with the quality of the product you receive. Bicycles aren't like microwaves; you can't just remove it from the packaging, plug it in and ‘boom' it works. Bicycles require assembling and fine-tuning in order to be safe and to function properly.

If safety, convenience and reliability are something you are looking for, then Competitive Gear Bike Shop is just the place for you. Peter McMaster opened Competitive Gear in 1983 on the promise of providing quality equipment and exceptional service to riders who competed in local events such as Erie's Quad Games. Little did McMaster know of the mind-blowing appraise the shop would receive, booming his business. He offers services for competitive riders, causal riders and child riders as well.

At Competitive Gear, McMaster and his staff are all experienced cyclists. “We hire competent sales people and expert mechanics who ensure that you get the right bike and quality machine. Our store has helpful personnel, offers a good selection, and has an on-site repair department to meet all your needs,” says McMaster.

If you are looking for a new bike, odds are you will find just the right one among Competitive Gear's large selection. But, if you've looked everywhere and still can't find the right one, don't give up hope yet — just put your faith in McMaster. He and his staff also excel at building custom bikes from the ground up. Now that's one stop-shop service for sure.

 
 
 
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