Since 1938, Pete’s Bike Shoppe has been providing families in Hunterdon County quality bicycles and accessories, expert advice, and the service necessary to keep bikes safe and running smoothly. Owned and operated by a local cycling expert since 1973, we are proud to be the oldest bike shop in the county. Our staff are highly experienced riders and the brands and products that we stock are fully evaluated by the team before we will carry them.


We encourage your whole family to enjoy cycling, from your youngest child to your grandparents. Our staff enjoys cycling and wants to use their expertise to help you have fun, too. In addition to our expert assembly and free post-purchase check-up, you get free brake and derailleur adjustments forever. Pete’s has the finest service department in the area. We have been building, servicing, and repairing professional and recreational bikes for over 35 years. Our staff offers the best service you can get.

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Family Cycling Experts

Regardless of your preferred cycling style, Pete's has the areas best selection, great quality, and expertise to help you maximize your total cycling experience.

Road and Racing

A bike to enjoy the many wonderful scenic routes in your area, or to win your bike club's next competitive race

BMX and Kids

The right bike, properly sized will make your child's cycling experience memorable and safe

Dual Sport

If you can have just one bike, make it a dual sport. Suited for both the road, and for the trail if that’s where your ride takes you.

Comfort and Fitness

If you just want to enjoy the neighborhood or a nearby park, or just to keep up with the kids, we have the right bike for you.


For people who love the outdoors and want to take the joy of cycling with them, check out our selection hard tail or full suspension bikes.

Fitness (FX, Fastcross)

We have everything you need to maximize your health club membership, with the right apparel, shoes, and recovery products.

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New & Featured Bike

The New 2016 Raleigh Redux