Thursday, November 17, 2016

First of Many Posts With Xmas Gift Ideas!

Fantastic Accessories Any Cyclist Will Love

Christmas is rapidly approaching! Need some ideas for the cyclist in your life? Here are a few, and make sure to sign up for our e-mail blast to get specials delivered right to your inbox!

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SERFAS CK-1 Tool Kit

XLC Front & Rear LED Lights

Origin 8 DataStation

Serfas FP-35 Floor Pump

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Sun's Li'l Rock't Balance Bike - No More Training Wheels!

Your 2 Year Old's First Bike Will Teach Them To Ride

Christmas time is almost here, but you don't need the excuse to pick up this bike! The Sun Li'l Rock't balance bike is designed for your 2-4 year old child who doesn't know how to ride yet. It doesn't have cranks or pedals, and allows the child to easily reach the ground with their feet. 

After a short time with the balance bike, your young one will know how to balance on a real two wheeler with cranks and pedals! 

No more training wheels!

Come to Bumsteads Bicycles to see this and other great bikes for the whole family!

Friday, October 14, 2016

Need an Exercise Bike? The 2017 Trek FX 3 is That Bike!

The 2017 Trek FX 3 is available NOW at Bumsteads Bicycles!

This bike is an excellent option for many different types of cyclists - from ones that have never ridden a bike before, to those who just haven't been on a bike in a while.

If you need a bike to run errands or to start an exercise program - or just a fun bike to ride around your neighborhood - the 2017 Trek FX 3 is the bike for you.

This bike is a lower cost option than some of the other road bikes Trek has to offer. It still comes equipped with industry standard components and trimmings like Bontrager's handlebars and seat!

Come in to Bumsteads Bicycles today to take a test ride of the 2017 Trek FX 3 or any other bike that catches your eye!

We hope to see you soon!

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

2017 Trek Fuel EX 5 Should Be YOUR Next Bike

Want a rugged, capable long-travel trail bike, and a nimble XC bike? 

Get both with Fuel EX. Whether it's your millionth mile on the trail or your first, you'll love this bike.

To truly appreciate this bike, you've got to come in to the store and take a test ride. Don't wait, come by today!

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

HUGE Deal on Inner Tubes - Check here!

Offer Good Until July 5th! 50% Off Inner Tubes

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Monday, June 6, 2016

Have You Been To Our Facebook Page?

We post videos, reviews and sales as well as other content from around the web!

From our own YouTube Videos:

To awesome stuff from your favorite cycling pages like Red Bull,, Total Women's Cycling, and even some of your favorite road, mountain and bmx riders' personal videos

Cycling tips, stretching routines, funny and informative videos are the types of things we like to share. And we are there to communicate with you too! Got a question? Send us a Facebook Message.

And feel free to let us know what you'd like to see more of on our page. We're here for YOU.

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Here Are A Few Videos For Your Hump Day

Go ahead. It'll only take a few minutes

Getting the most out of your disc brakes from Global Cycling Network:

World's Longest Bicycle:

Cyclist vs. Toaster:

Cyclists vs. the Ground:

Cyclist vs. McLaren 675LT

Stay tuned to the blog and follow us on Facebook for more great videos, product specials and more!

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

2017 Trek Crossrip Available SOON - Check out the features!

Meet the All-New Crossrip

Workday commute to weekend adventure

The drop-bar CrossRip is surefooted when roads get rough, quick in traffic, and comfortable over the long haul. Commuter? Gravel grinder? CafĂ© racer? Yes. CrossRip pairs the efficiency of a road bike with the go-anywhere durability of something more. It’s the one bike that takes you from your workday commute right into your weekend adventure.

The 2017 CrossRip gets an all-new geometry. Top tube lengths are slightly shorter, making the CrossRip even more agile and easier to fit. Each has a high spec to price ratio and an easy-to-understand value proposition.

Any Road Versatility

Whether you're riding to the office on a paved trail or away from it all on a gravel road, CrossRip will carry you there fast. If the reviews on are any indication, customers are using CrossRip for a multitude of uses and loving it!

Fast and light

Now built with our 200 Series Alpha Aluminum frame technology, at 250g lighter than last year, CrossRip is nimble, fast, and flat-out fun to ride. The Bontrager Race Lite IsoZone Bar (2 & 3 models only) reduces vibration displacement by 20% which is a must-have for rough city streets or off-road riding alike.

Make it Yours

Your daily commuter or weekend adventure bike, CrossRip is ready to be dressed the way your customer wants it. CrossRip is designed to take the accessories best suited to the rider with optimized rack and fender mounting locations. Use this awesome benefit as a great opportunity to sell additional accessories along with the bike.

All-weather disc brakes

CrossRip is equipped with disc brakes for precision braking, stopping power, and control in all weather conditions.

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Trying For A Six Pack? Try These Core Exercises

Three Simple and Fun Ab Workouts To Get You Chiseled

Plus a few nutrition tips!

Here are the exercises to get you started towards the fittest core you've ever had!

1. Overhead Lifts and Squats 

You might think that this kind of exercise is only beneficial for the legs and shoulders but overhead lifts and squats are also great for the stomach muscles. Your core muscles have to work hard to stabilize your spine while you do overhead lifts.

This is quite an advanced move, so we recommend starting with supervision to ensure you get it right.

2. The Plank

This might be the least fun exercise, maybe even a bit boring, but side and front planks still work the core muscles super effectively. They also need no equipment, so you can do them anywhere, anytime.

3. Swiss Ball Punch Outs

Position yourself into the front plank on the Swiss Ball and roll your arms out as straight as you can before bringing them back into the plank position. Repeat until the burn is too much to bear.

And now -  six nutrition tips to help you be as healthy as you can be!

1. Ensure the food on your plate is as colourful as possible – this means the food is nutrient dense.

2. Eat a varied diet – eating the same thing over and over is not what we’re designed to do. We’re designed to eat a varied diet, it’s good for the soul as well as the body to eat many different foods.

3. Traditional food is good – don’t be put off by hearty British fare, often it’s the way that the food is prepared that causes the problems. An English cooked breakfast (which I encourage all athletes and anyone to eat) is a great meal to start the day. It might sound crazy, but just think about what it actually is – meat, eggs, tomatoes and mushrooms – a colourful meal full of protein, you just need to avoid frying it.

4. Don’t buy food that lasts longer than you – anything that bacteria doesn’t want to eat probably isn’t good for you. Any food which appears immortal should be avoided.

5. Have protein with every meal – we tend to eat a very carb dominant diet in the west, when really we need to go the ‘meat and two veg’ route as my gran would call it. You can get the carbs you need in vegetables without having to have a plate full of pasta or rice. I'm not saying you should never eat those foods, we all enjoy a good pasta dish, but moderation is key.

6. Have a day off – you need to give yourself a break from time to time, in the same way you would with your training regime. We don’t just eat food for fuel, it’s something to be enjoyed socially. Eating an ice-cream sundae or a burger and chips might not be good for the body, but they can be good for the soul on a treat day.

Thursday, February 18, 2016

The 2016 Trek Marlin 7 is the Perfect Trail Rider

Looking For A Fast Riding, High Performance Mountain Bike? Look No Further.

Marlin takes its cue from light, fast XC bikes. The right wheel size for each frame size, performance pedigree, and unbeatable ride feel make Marlin the perfect trail rider.

When you're ready for longer days on the bike, bigger challenges on the trail, and all the fun of the full mountain biking experience, you're ready for Marlin.


Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Disc brakes offer the absolute strongest stopping power, even in wet or muddy conditions

Suspension Lockout

Locked suspension means your fork stays rigid for increased pedaling efficiency. Perfect for long sections of road where efficiency is more important than road shock absorption.


Alpha Silver Aluminum w/semi-integrated head tube, rack & fender mounts, G2 Geometry on 29ers

Front suspension: SR Suntour XCM, coil spring, preload, adjustable rebound, hydraulic lockout, G2 Geometry w/51mm offset on 29ers, 100mm travel (13.5" : 80mm travel)

Wheels: Formula alloy hubs, Bontrager AT-650 rims
Tires: Bontrager XR2, 29x2.20" front, 29x2.00" rear (Bontrager XR2, 27.5x2.20")

Shifters: Shimano Altus M370, 9 speed
Rear derailleur: Shimano Acera M390
Crank: Shimano M351, 40/32/22
Cassette: Shimano HG20, 11-34, 9 speed
Chain: KMC X9

Saddle: Bontrager Evoke 1.5
Seatpost: Bontrager SSR, 2-bolt head, 27.2mm, 12mm offset
Handlebar: Bontrager alloy, 31.8mm, 15mm rise
Stem: Bontrager Elite, 31.8mm, 7 degree, Blendr compatible
Headset: 1-1/8" threadless, semi-integrated, semi-cartridge bearings
Brakeset: Tektro M290 hydraulic disc

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Bontrager Helmets Starvos, Solstice and Rally Now Have MIPS Technology

MIPS - Multi-Directional Impact Protection System - Sets a New Standard in Helmet Safety 

Developed by brain surgeons and scientists, MIPS helps reduce rotational forces on the brain caused by angled impacts to the head.

MIPS is a patented technology that adds a low friction layer between the head and the helmet, developed to add protection by reducing the rotational violence to the brain on angled impacts.

In a crash, the MIPS system allows the helmet to rotate independently around the head, redirecting impact energy, which can provide more protection in certain impacts.

Bontrager proudly offers MIPS versions of its Rally, Starvos, and other popular helmets in the endeavor to deliver great performing, exceptionally engineered equipment. And just like every 

Bontrager helmet, should a MIPS helmet be impacted within the first year of ownership Bontrager will replace it at no charge.

Helmets with MIPS technology include:

Bontrager Rally MTB Helmet

Bontrager Solstice Helmet

Men's and Womens Starvos Road Helmet

Come to Bumstead's Bicycles to see the helmets we have in sock.

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Monday, February 8, 2016

Second of Two NEW Trek Cyclocross Bikes - 2017 Trek Crockett

World Cup Champion - Trek Crockett NOW Available

Ride Crockett and win. Every feature of this aluminum Cyclocross bike is built to race and hard wired for victory: race geometry, brake options, Cross-proven components.

Trek’s cyclocross platform is the Crockett with a frame built to the same race geometry as the Boone from what Trek calls its 200 Series Alpha Aluminium. The Crockett 5 Disc (£1,350) has a mainly Shimano 105 groupset with an FSA Energy Cross chainset and Hayes CX 5 mechanical disc brakes.

Pure race geometry
We’ve redefined our race geometry with expert input from our pro riders, for a powerful, fast, smooth ride that dominates on any terrain.

IsoSpeed fork

Generous ride-tuned sweep and shape increase compliance without sacrificing lateral stiffness. You get more comfort, total control.
Cross-specific solutions
Success is in the Cross-built details: cleaner cable routing with full housing option, a top tube shaped for shouldering, and massive tire clearance.
Caliper or disc brakes
All the stopping power you need, just the way you want it: smooth all-weather discs, or lightweight calipers.The existing top-level Crockett 9 Disc (£2,200) is equipped with a real mix of components including Shimano RS685 hydraulic disc brakes and Bontrager Affinity Comp Tubeless Ready wheels.

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Thursday, February 4, 2016

5 Tips To Keep You Looking Fresh - Check It Out!

Melissa of Bike Pretty Has Some Awesome Tips On Riding And Still Looking Great

Article and Photos from

Whether or not you bike to work, there are a lot of great ways to sneak a little bike time into your routine. Riding a bike doesn’t mean that you’re required to squeeze into a skin tight racing suit or pull on an old pair of athletic shorts, but that’s easy to forget when we think about biking only for exercise rather than as a fun way to get from Point A to Point B.

Personally I love fashion and can spend hours putting together the perfect look. But I still hate having to change clothes throughout the day just because I find myself doing different activities. Ideally, I would wear just one outfit that takes me to the office, client meetings, happy hour, and my commute. While this style of dressing is a little extreme and might not be practical for everyone, this self-imposed constraint has meant that I’ve learned a lot about how to bike in style.

Now that I’ve picked up a few tips, it’s actually pretty easy to pull off. Once you start, you’ll realize how it is simpler to dress for your destination instead of your ride, especially if you are heading out to see friends or meet a special date.

ONE slow your roll

While biking is excellent exercise, it can also be a lazy form of fast walking. A bike has this magical way of shrinking a fifteen minute walk into a five minute ride. That said, if you’re on your way somewhere and don’t want to arrive dripping sweat, remember not to push yourself. Slow down and enjoy the sights and sounds of your neighborhood. You might not make every light, but that’s all right. You’ll reach your destination without overheating and be ready to make a great impression.

TWO stow your layers

This is the best piece of advice I have ever heard regarding temperature regulation on a bike: if you’re warm enough during the first ten minutes of your ride, then you’re overdressed. It’s really true! A spring evening might still be “jacket weather” but don’t bundle up just yet. Bring your outerwear with you, but ride in your shirtsleeves.

After moving your legs for a few moments, you’ll start to feel warmer and you might even work up a little sweat. Going without a jacket gives your body a chance to regulate its temperature and also lets your clothes breathe so that you don’t feel clammy. And if you’ve found that you just couldn’t help yourself from attacking those hills and end up sweating through your shirt, once you arrive, you can still pop on your jacket and your sweat stains are hidden away.

THREE let your bike carry the load

A lightweight road bike that is stripped down to the essentials is great for weekend group rides in the countryside. But if you’re using it to get around town, you’re probably going to want to carry a little bit more than a water bottle and a few sport gels (or in my case chocolate bars).

As much as possible, avoid carrying heavy stuff on your back. Loaded up messenger bags and backpacks trap sweat against your body, wrinkle your clothing, and generally strain your back. A detachable pannier on a rear rack, a frame bag, even a handlebar bag that stows a quart of milk--or a bottle of wine--will go far in helping you ride in comfort. And if you don’t feel good, you won’t look good!

FOUR never without wet wipes

I don’t have a lot of must-haves for bike rides (besides lights, a lock, and the bike itself) but there are so many occasions when a well-placed wet wipe has saved my bacon. If you’re feeling self-conscious, you can wipe your armpits for a quick refresh. Use them to wipe the grease from your hands if your chain pops off. A small pack of 20 or so can be stowed discreetly under your saddle.

HELPFUL HINT: If you get bike grease on your clothes, squirt a little undiluted dishwashing or hand soap onto the fabric. Don’t add water. Instead work the soap into a lather until the stain has almost disappeared. Then rinse and launder as usual.

FIVE you’re never fully dressed without a smile

Whether you’re enjoying a serene rails-to-trails ride or biking home at rush hour, riding is just a lot of fun. Any day with a bike ride is a good day. Remember how much fun you had as a kid biking around the neighborhood? Even though you’re all grown up, it’s still just as much fun. So don’t forget to enjoy it!

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Cyclocross Superbike - 2016 Trek Boone is One of Two New CX Bikes!

Trek Adds Disc Brakes To More Models In The Boone Line for 2016

Just before the World Championships, Trek released two new cyclocross models. The 2016 Boone and 2016 Crockett.

Boone is Trek's fastest, smoothest, lightest Cross bike ever, with competition-crushing race geometry and exclusive course-smoothing IsoSpeed technology. While the Boone’s IsoSpeed decoupler is inspired by that originally designed for the Domane, Trek re-engineered it for the Boone, moving its location in line with the seat tube, rather than in front of the seat tube as it is on the Domane, to make the top tube taller and make shouldering the bike easier and more comfortable.

Cyclo-cross riders are still somewhat split between mechanical and disc brakes, but favor is beginning to fall towards discs and that’s reflected in Trek’s new range – with the Crockett exclusively available in disc builds and only one cantilever-equipped machine in the Boone range, though both will be available as a frame only in disc and cantilever versions.

The 2016 Trek Boone comes in 6 models - from the entry level Boone 5 Disc, all the way up to the 2016 Boone 9 Disc. The Boone 7 and Boone Race Shop Limited come with the option of standard mechanical brakes or disc. 

The Boone and Crockett disc frames use a thru-axle at the front as Trek say this allows for “more precise steering and confident braking while reducing weight and eliminating flex.”

Mud, sweat, tears, triumph. You'll charge through it all with bigger speed, stronger lines, and more confidence than ever before. Boone is the ultimate Cyclocross superbike.

2016 Boone 9 Disc Specifications:

600 Series OCLV Carbon, IsoSpeed, Ride Tuned seatmast, E2 tapered head tube, Weather Sealed, BB90, internal control routing, 3S chain keeper, disc balanced post mount, hidden fender mounts
Wheels: Bontrager Affinity Elite Tubeless Ready, 15mm frontTiresBontrager CX3 Team Issue, aramid bead, 120tpi, 700x32c

Shifters: Shimano RS685 hydraulic, 11 speed
Rear derailleur: Shimano Ultegra
Crank: Shimano Ultegra, 46/36
Cassette: Shimano Ultegra, 11-28, 11 speed
Chain: Shimano Ultegra

Saddle: Bontrager Paradigm RL, hollow titanium rails
Seatpost: Bontrager Ride Tuned carbon seatmast cap, 20mm offset
Handlebar: Bontrager Race Lite IsoZone, VR-CF, 31.8mm
Stem: Bontrager Race X Lite, 31.8mm, 7 degreeHeadsetFSA Integrated, sealed cartridge bearings, 1-1/8" top, 1.5" bottom
Brakeset: Shimano RS685 hydraulic disc, 160mm rotors

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Friday, January 29, 2016

7 Awesome Tips To Help You Ride Better

When You Want To Improve, Where Do You Start?

The Basics.

Here are 7 tips to help you become a better cyclist.

1. Buy the right bike for you

Carbon fiber? Aluminum? Race geometry? Comfort oriented?

These are just a few of the many options that you must choose from when selecting a bike. Plus, bikes aren't just one-size-fits-all. It's important to know what you want from your cycling experience to choose the best bike for those needs. Are you commuting? Starting an exercise program? Do you want to try racing bicycles?

Here's a cool video we did if you are thinking about buying a mountain bike  ---->

Come in to Bumstead's Bicycles today and we can help you find a bike that does exactly what you want it to do!

2. Ride intervals to get faster and fitter

Try an interval structure like this (from

Interval Workout 1: Build Endurance

Go the distance with this workout, which builds aerobic endurance with long intervals performed at well below lactate threshold (6–7 on a 1–10 intensity scale). Spin easily for 5–10 minutes to warm up, then shift into a larger gear (try big ring in front and middle of the cog set in the back) and pedal at a slow cadence (70–75 rpm). Go for two 15-minute intervals broken by seven minutes of easy spinning recovery. Cool down with 5–10 minutes of easy spinning.

Interval Workout 2: Increase Lactate Threshold

Quash lactic acid buildup with this workout, performed at or slightly below lactate threshold (roughly a 7–8 on a 1–10 intensity scale). Use a heartrate monitor or power meter to keep yourself honest, or just listen to your breath: Labored but deep and controlled breathing is perfect. Start with an easy 5- or 10-minute warmup spin, then do three eight-minute intervals separated by four minutes of recovery spinning. As your work capacity increases, you can increase the duration of the intervals to as much as 20 minutes with 10 minutes recovery. Cool down with 5-10 minutes of easy spinning.

3. Set some goals

Some people feel a little embarrassed about jotting down what they want to achieve, as it may seem a tad serious. But it’s extremely useful. It shows that you want to take your cycling seriously, you want to become fitter, and most importantly, you want to enjoy it more. Putting something in your diary makes it much more likely to happen and research even states that those who set goals are more likely to stick to what they set out to do.

Having a plan like this doesn’t mean you’re a geek — it’s there to help. And the quicker your goals and stepping stones are identified, the quicker you can go about them.

4. Wear the right clothes

You will feel so much more comfortable wearing the right clothes. And tight-fitting bibs and jerseys reduce drag!

5. Fuel properly

Sports nutrition doesn’t have to mean eating expensive supplements; bananas, cereal bars and jam sandwiches all contain lots of easily absorbed carbohydrates, are convenient to carry and easy to eat.

6. Work on Climbing

Climbing is a big aspect of riding. Intervals will help you be able to pace yourself when on an incline, but the best way to get better at climbing is to get out there and climb!

7. Ride in a group

Riding in a group teaches you road etiquette, and makes the whole process even more fun! Why are you still reading this? Go outside and ride your bike!!

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Long-Travel Trail Bike and Nimble XC Bike - 2016 Trek Fuel EX 8 27.5

2016 Trek Fuel EX 8 27.5 VIDEO REVIEW
(909) 984-9067

The world's best-loved mountain bike keeps getting better. Fuel EX continues to set the bar for full suspension trail bike versatility, bringing race-day tech to all-day adventure.

Want a rugged, capable long-travel trail bike, and a nimble XC bike? Get both with Fuel EX. Whether it's your millionth mile on the trail or your first, you'll love this bike. - Trek Bicycles

Lloyd shows off his newest bike in this quick review of the 2016 Trek Fuel EX 8 27.5.

We recently discussed the 2016 Trek Fuel EX 8 in this blog post. Check it out!

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067

Thursday, January 14, 2016

And The Winner Is — Trek! Best Superbike of The Year

The Winner of the Superbike of the Year Title is the Trek Madone 9 Series. 

This bike boasts an astonishing amount of technology, including Trek’s IsoSpeed decoupler which allows the saddle to move a little more than usual to add comfort to the ride.

Most of its features, though, are aimed at aerodynamic efficiency. Trek claims that this is the fastest aero bike out there (of course it does!).

Frame tubes, fork legs and the seatmast are made to Kammtail profiles, as is the top section of the Madone XXX integrated bar/stem. The direct-mount centre-pull front brake is integrated into the fork with the top of the calliper hidden within the head tube. There's not enough space in there for the calliper to move when the fork is turned so Trek has developed what it calls 'Vector Wings' – small flaps that flip up to allow the movement.

The Madone feels quick and responsive as soon as you climb aboard and fire your legs into action, shooting up to speed quickly and maintaining that speed beautifully. Climbing feels great on this bike, and descending is a real buzz.

Overall, the Madone behaves superbly, the best feature being that its high level of comfort keeps you feeling fresher and up for the fight that much longer.

Anyone familiar with the Trek Madone will know there have always been a lot of 'em; it's practically a range in its own right. So far, the new Madone is only available as a 9 Series, but there are four models: the 9.2, the 9.5, the 9.9, and the Race Shop Limited - the differences being spec and the type of carbon used in the lay-up.

The 9 Series is available in a choice of two different geometries: H1 and H2. Both are race oriented, the H1 offering a position that's being just that bit more low and stretched than the H2.

Oh, and on top of all that you can have a Project One version, which gives you the option to custom spec your fit, component choice and your paint job. 

The bike we tested was the Race Shop version with a Project One custom paint job, so the top of the tree.

This is a stunningly good bike that offers a fabulous mix of speed and comfort, and it’s the clear winner of our Superbike of the Year.

Why it wins
An incredible amount of clever technology produces a super-fast bike that’s also very comfortable

- article from

From another Review:

"As cyclists we get used to having hyperbole thrown our way by bike brands releasing what are actually pretty ordinary bikes, but the Madone 9 Series backs up Trek's claims with a fabulous performance out on the road. This is a bike that's genuinely very different from the norm – and not just different for the sake of being different. The technology on display here contributes to a bike that's very fast and very comfortable.


Stunningly good bike that offers a fabulous mix of speed and comfort"

- Mat Brett

Come in to Bumsteads Bicycles today to take a test ride of your favorite Trek bike, from the Madone to the Domane to the Emonda.

We'd love to help you find the bike of your dreams!

We are located at 1038 W. 4th St in Ontario, CA.
You can reach us by phone at (909) 984-9067