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Marty's Reliable Cycle

(973) 584-7773 | 1164 Rt. 10 West | Randolph, NJ 07869

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Posted May 4, 2015 By

Reasons to Shop Local at Marty’s Reliable Cycle

Cycling may fit into your life in many different ways and forms. From casual rides on the bike path to tearing up the trails and roads, we understand all of the aspects of riding a bicycle. We have first hand knowledge on how bicycles function in all situations and we would love to share our passion for cycling with you.

It is our job as a retailer to choose the brands and products that we can best present to our customers. Every accessory and bicycle is hand picked because of our confidence in its performance, reliability and value. We have made it our job to do the legwork so our customers can trust the products and services that we provide are exemplary.

You and your bicycle can develop a personal relationship with our service staff. The result will be a perfectly functioning bicycle. We know your bike as well as we know you.

The fitting staff will ensure your comfort on your bicycle. This will guarantee a great ride every time.

Our sales staff will recommend appropriate accessories to enhance your cycling experience. The staff’s personal use of our bicycles, clothing and accessories will give you confidence and knowledge in the products you choose.

Marty’s Reliable Cycle organizes shop rides and special events to encourage cycling. There is a full ride schedule during the year to accommodate all levels of riding. We are always looking to broaden the scope of our rides and suggestions are always welcome.

We also host, sponsor, and support many cycling events and races. This includes Gran Fondo NJ, The Lewis Morris Challenge Mountain Bike Race, the Marty Cross Cyclocross Weekend, The Revolutionary Ramble, the monthly community rides in Morristown and many other charity and special events.

Marty’s advocates for cycling accessibility throughout Morris County, New Jersey and nationally. Marty’s is always advocating for more places to ride on road and off road.

Marty’s Supports the local communities where they are located by contributing to various schools and charities as much as we are able to afford. Marty’s Gran Fondo NJ donated over $100,000 to four local charities; The Seeing Eye, Homeless Solutions, Grow It Green Morristown and Sustainable Morristown.

Marty’s provides information about all things pertaining to cycling in the region to encourage more fitness and riding. If there is a question about anything cycling we want to be the resource for people turn to. We pride ourselves on providing correct information and well thought out solutions.

Marty’s Reliable Cycle has been a Top-100 or one of America’s Best Bike Shops for eight years in a row. This is a bicycle industry designation and we are proud to be selected. 

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