Tony’s Bikes & Sports
Celebrating 30 Years
of Service in 2020
Cycling isn’t our job, it’s our way of life.
We do not work on or assemble all brands of bikes & E-bikes due to varying levels of quality, known safety issues with many brands sold online, and limited support & availability of parts used by brands sold online.
If we decline work it’s for these reasons or other concerns.
SOME OF THE BRANDS WE CARRY
Tony’s Bikes & Sports – Our Vision
Tony’s Bikes & Sports was founded in 1992 by Tony Arnold. In its early years, Tony would service & sell bicycles, skateboards, and snowboards. Together he and his father met the community’s need for a core cycle shop run by cyclists.
He eventually returned to school and, in 1996, sold the shop to Anthony Libretti, both of whom were great friends and veteran cyclists. Tony had worked with Anthony in the shop, showing him how his love for cycling had fueled his life dream.
Anthony Libretti went on to grow the shop, developing their shared vision of being a rider owned & operated shop, sharing their love of cycling and action sports in the area. During his time, he partnered with many non-profits to raise money and while growing the local cycling community. He led several weekly group rides and taught mechanic classes, promoting the healthy benefits of cycling and the cycling lifestyle.
Anthony led the charge for the better part of 10 years before passing the torch to the current owner, Mike Macisco. A long time friend and Tony’s Bikes & Sports team member to both owners. Since 2006, Mike has continued to grow the shop based on the same shared vision, while honoring Tony’s founding principals.
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Tony’s Staff is Here For You!
We’d love to help you build out your next dream ride.
Our staff is made up of seasoned veterans and cyclists. We are passion-driven and always ready to help you, no matter how small the request – cycling is our lifestyle.
Due to COV19 we are experiencing heavy wait times on the phones and can only allow a few customer in store at a time per state guidelines.