Maybe you’ve heard of Giant Bicycles. Maybe you already ride a Giant or ride one without knowing it! Here’s an interesting fact: 95% of the bikes sold in the US are made in China or Taiwan by a handful of manufacturers, of which Giant is the largest. Giant has built bikes for Schwinn, Trek, Specialized, Nishiki, and Bianchi, to name a few. Obviously, a company that produces a plethora of bikes for other well-respected companies is doing something right. Glacier Cyclery is now a Giant dealer and we’re all pretty psyched about it. Giant makes mountain, road, comfort, and kid’s bikes and Glacier Cyclery has them in stock. In 2014, Giant jumped on the 27.5″ wheel size for mountain bikes in a big way, big enough that they’re billing their line-up as the “World’s Most Extensive 27.5 Off-Road Line”. Stop into Glacier Cyclery and try one out!

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Long known for their bomb-proof durability, Kona touts themselves as building specific bikes for specific needs. Kona started in 1988 as a dirt-oriented company, has added all sorts of bikes over the years, but still remains true to their love of machines built for the dirt. We carry super cool Kona kid’s bikes, multi-surface slaying Kona dropbar adventure bikes, Kona fat bikes, and tried and true Kona mountain bikes in just about every wheel size.

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Santa Cruz bicycles, located in the town for which they’re named, has been building some of the most desirable high-end mountain bikes for quite some time. From World Cup winning DH rigs, to enduro long travel 29ers, to uber-light XC racers, Santa Cruz Bicycles makes a mountain bike that is sure to rock your singletrack world.

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Glacier Cyclery offers children’s bikes from 24″ wheeled mountain bikes with front suspension down to 12″ wheeled first-timer bikes (which fit short legs better than most tricycles). And for the even younger kiddos (2-4 years old), we stock Strider balance bikes in a rainbow of fun colors.

Glacier Cyclery is also a proud retailer of Torker unicycles and Strider Balance Bikes, and have been organizers of the Montana State Strider Bike Championships.

For additional information about sizing and pricing, please call the shop at (406) 862-6446