Welcome to the Pedal House

The Pedal House is a full service bicycle shop located in downtown Laramie, Wyoming. For over 20 years we have established ourselves as the #1 bicycle shop in Laramie for anything bicycle related. We provide the best bicycle repair, customization, and service available, including in house shock repair, all types of bicycle customization, affordable and dependable repairs and more. We have experienced people who ride and fix bicycles for a living. If you have a bike you love, or want to meet a bicycle you might fall in love with, come see us. We fix and sell bicycles because we love bikes.

Current Special
Certified Shock Repair

Certified In-House front and rear suspension service. Come see how much you can save (time and money) when it's done right, and done locally in Laramie's #1 bike shop.

Featured Product
Spin offs - Specialty Services

Rush Services will be given a $30 additional fee
Bike Fit $60
Box a Bike - $60
Build a Bike - $60
Suspension Fork Service start at: $75 + parts
Rear Shock Service - $35 + parts
Pivot Overhaul - $75
Bottom Bracket Overhaul - $30
Headset Overhaul - $20
Hub Overhaul
Front - $15
Rear - $20
Specialty - $25 & up

Best Service In Town

The Pedal House Bike Shop has earned the distinction of being one of the 100 Best Bike Shops in the nation by Bicycling Magazine. Our repair service has been rated the best in Wyoming because we dedicate ourselves to being the most professional,knowledgeable and passionate mechanics in the business. Our service technicians take the time to ensure your bicycle is at its peak performance. Seriously, if your bike is broken and it can be fixed, we can fix it. Welding, repairing, upgrading...nothing is off limits. Come in for a free repair estimate today.

Ride Responsibly

As the seasons turn and bikes come out of the garage let's review good trail practices....What do you do when you ride up to a mud bog. Two Simple Options: Turn back and find a different route, or ride straight through the middle of the mud puddle. Both Work Fine! Turning back is by far the most sensible choice, not because I don't want to ride through the puddle and make motorcycle noises....because I do. But turning back is the only way we can prevent any trail damage. However, if you continue on, riding through the middle does less damage than riding the edge and is fixable. Riding the edges braides and and makes things way worse. Besides, it's mountain biking. You're supposed to get dirty. So ride responsibly. P.S. Gowdy is completely dry, ....go ride your bike.

Calendar

Date/Time Event Location
5/29/17 6:00 PMClosed for The HolidayPedal House
6/10/17 noonGlendo Trails FestGlendo State Park
7/4/17 6:00 PMClosed for The HolidayPedal House
7/16/17 6:00 AMTour de WyomingDay 1: Cheyenne to Wheatland (73 miles)
7/17/17 6:00 AMTour de WyomingDay 2: Wheatland to Rock River (80 miles)

Featured Crew - Dewey

Owners and General Do gooder. Pushing Pedals, Being outside, Dogs, and Beer. We are here to help you go anywhere on a bike. Let's connect and push pedals. Favorite Beer: Uinta Pilsner
Bikes:
His: Otso Voytek 27.5+,
Momentum Street,
Surly Crosscheck

Fertile Thoughts - The Pedal House Blog