Aggieland Cycling is an award-winning full-service bike shop located in College Station, Texas. As the oldest local shop, we have helped to keep Brazos Valley residents and Texas A&M students alike rolling for nearly 40 years. We have everything you need from a selection of new bikes, used bikes, parts and accessories, and knowledge of local cycling.
Open 7 days a week, a mechanic is always on duty to get you back on the road or for routine maintenance. Drop-off and pick-up service is also available for those who can’t make it into the shop.
Whatever your skill level or riding style, we are happy to help get or keep you on a bike. Hope to see you out on the trails, pavement, gravel, or wherever two wheels take you.
Are you ready for Bryan/College Station’s first annual Cranksgiving on Sunday, November 21st? Cranksgiving is a food drive on two wheels that is part bike ride, part food drive, part scavenger hunt. Read more
The shop will be closed on Thanksgiving day throughout the weekend.
A big thank you to everyone who came out to the first Cranksgiving! The event was a success with over 450 pounds of food donated to the Brazos Valley Foodbank. More photos to come soon and we hope to see everyone again next year!
In case you missed it, join Aggieland Cycling for College Station's first ever Cranksgiving. Cranksgiving is a food drive on wheels, mixed with an alley cat, that will benefit the Brazos Valley Food Bank. The event is November 21st (the Sunday before Thanksgiving) with registration starting at 1pm at Aggieland Cycling. Find more information on our website or Facebook! #ridelocalbuylocal
Interested in playing bike polo? Join the Brazos Valley Bike Polo club on Tuesdays at 7 pm at Neal Recreation Center. Loaner bikes and mallets are available and no bike polo experience is required. #ridelocalbuylocal
Packrafting, a great way to combine bikes and water for the ultimate mobility and sightseeing. Also a great way to find the limit of just how many things you can fit onto a bike. Check out Patrick of @bikesordeath write up on an introduction to packrafting in the foothills of the Ozarks with our own @crthomas98 here: https://bikesordeath.com/bikerafting-what-i-learned-and-the-route-we-used/