Thanks for visiting Two Wheeler Dealer online! Please take note that this site represents a small selection of our large (1000+ bikes) inventory! We try to keep things updated, but there are always new things coming in to our store, so sometimes coming in is the best way to find what you're looking for.
We know this is a bit old-fashioned but we also know that the best way to learn about a bike is to ride it, and the best way to find the right helmet, cycling jersey, or those padded cycling shorts is to try them on.
Think of our site as our way of sharing new and cool stuff with you, when we aren't busy showing you in person.
Please call 910-799-6444 if you have a question. Or just swing by Wilmington's favorite bike shop for more info!
Learn more about the recall, and if your bike is affected, please bring it in to Two Wheeler Dealer and we'll help you.
All IN STOCK winter clothing & accessories are 50% off
This includes jackets, long sleeve jerseys, tights, wool socks, ear warmers,
leg and and arm warmers, and more!
If you are seriously considering purchasing a new mountain bike, try one on the trails before you buy.
Want to demo a bike before you buy? Click here for more info and to see our selection.
Lisa's Lynskey Ridgeline decked out with Arkel XM-45 Rear Panniers, Arkel XM-28 Front Panniers, Arkel Small Handlebar Bag, Revelate Design Gas Tank and Frame Bag, Ortlieb Seat Bag. All available here! Come by and let us help you gear up for your next BIG or small adventure.
Lisa works at Two Wheeler Dealer part time, she is a great wealth of knowledge for planning a trip by bicycle or just ideas on how to efficiently commute to work! Also, check out Lisa's travel blog at: www.crazyguyonabike.com/lmoe3304 (click photos to enlarge)
We have lots of great deals on older models of cycling shoes! Come check out the selection before its gone!!
While everybody knows that cycling lights are great for nighttime use, the lighting experts at NiteRider actually design all their great bike headlights and taillights with daytime safety in mind, too. More and more cars and motorcycles have daytime running lights to increase their visibility. Well, bicycle lights work just like that! So stay safe by picking out a great NiteRider lighting setup from our wide selection and using it night and day!
Use Average Heart Rate To Pace Yourself - Just as the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, the fastest, most efficient way to complete a ride is at a steady pace. A great tool for learning to ride a steady pace is a heart-rate monitor with an average-heart-rate readout. Use this feature during a hard ride or race. Afterward it will show the average heart rate you sustained. Then, the next time out, you can use this figure to gauge your pace on a new route to avoid overdoing it. Here's one example: if a rider's average (and safe) heart rate was 150 beats per minute for an energetic, sustained effort, keeping the heart rate at 150 or below during most of the new ride ensures maintaining an efficient pace from beginning to end. Mind your monitor to avoid heart rate spikes caused by big efforts such as sprinting up hills or pushing too big a gear as much as possible, as these efforts will quickly drain your energy reserves and make it harder to maintain your desired pace.