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!
Trek and Electra are making E-bikes that we are now carrying! E-bikes are normal bicycles that use a battery operated motor to assist pedaling. The battery life ranges up to 60 miles with speeds from 16-20 mph. Very similar to walking on a moving sidewalk! Come test ride one!
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.
NiteRider makes some of the brightest, highest-tech, most powerful and most reliable lighting systems available so that you can ride whenever you want!
The Chain Tool: An Essential Take-Along For Off-Road Riding - Because a broken chain can quickly ruin a ride and force a long walk home, the most valuable tool in your seat pack when you're trail biking might just be the chain tool. The chain on an off-road rig is susceptible to damage due to the excess wear dirt puts on the links and the greater opportunity for foreign objects like sticks and rocks to beat on the chain. But, as long as you're packing your chain tool (they're small and inexpensive), should your chain separate or a link get damaged, you can simply remove the wrecked link and rejoin the chain to continue riding. Remember though, that the chain is now shorter so avoid using your large chainring in combination with the larger cogs on your rear sprockets because this can jam the drivetrain. Also, if your chain requires a special replacement pin for repairs, as many do, always carry a spare or two in your seat bag (tape them to your chain tool so you don't lose them).
There's nothing like hitting the dirt to put a huge smile on your face. Cruising the trails with friends, exploring new terrain and enjoying the views and wildlife, it doesn't get any better. We love mountain biking and have a wide selection of women's bicycles, accessories, helmets and clothing, plus tips on the best places to ride and more. We hope to see you soon!
To fasten a quick-release wheel: swing its lever 180 degrees until it's tight, as shown. For most front wheels, "adjust" the QR first by holding both ends and turning clockwise until, when you swing the lever to close it, you feel the resistance sharply increase at the halfway point. Close the lever fully. If you're not certain how to use this all-important bike part, just ask!