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About Bike Doctor

The Best Bikes. The Best Care.

Bike Doctor has been a staple of the Maryland cycling community for more than 30 years. Founded by Anne Arundel County local Steve Ruck, Bike Doctor has been headquartered at the same location in Arnold, MD since 1988, and we now have a total of seven stores uniquely outfitted to serve the cyclists in each of our communities. We're passionate about bicycles, and we proudly carry the best brands and provide the best service in a friendly atmosphere to each and every customer. Whether you like to ride casually at your local park or to ride competitively in a local crit, we're here to support you on your next cycling adventure.

Why Bike Doctor?

Bike Doctor Care

Every new bike purchased from us comes with Bike Doctor Care. This program gives you FREE basic adjustments for the entire first year you own the bike.

The Best Brands

All locations carry Trek, Electra, and Cannondale bicycles, three leading cycling brands. Other awesome brands, like Salsa and Cervelo, are available by location.

The Best Service

Our bike technicians are certified by Trek and Shimano, and are the best in the industry. Our Arnold location is a Certified Shimano Service Center.

Community Events

We host weekly road and gravel rides from several of our locations. We also sponsor local races and events. See our event calendar to join us for a ride.

Special Financing

Want to learn more about how easy it is to finance your bike purchase at Bike Doctor? Get in touch today.

Trade-In Program

We've teamed up with Bicycle Blue Book to help you trade-in your used bikes and upgrade to new bikes. Discover the value of your used bike today.

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Work With Us

Do you love cycling? Are you constantly helping friends find the right bike and gear? Do you have a knack for taking things apart and putting them back together? Then we're looking for you! Come work with a team of passionate cyclists who love helping people get into cycling, one bike at a time.