Littleton Area Shopping
Littleton Bike & Fitness
28 Cottage Street
Littleton, NH 03561
We carry bikes for two year olds and bikes for high end cyclists, strider bikes to snazzy carbon race bikes and everything in between. Bikes from Specialized, Cannondale, Haro, Eastern or full custom from Gunnar, Waterford, Seven, or Co-Motion. We do about an equal amount of road to MTB business. We typically stock about 70 different models and maintain a rental fleet of road bikes, MTB bikes and hybrids. We are also a Specialized FSR test center and have 29r Epics and Cambers on hand to demo. Our store is big and open, not crammed. It has 18' ceilings and utilizes about 8000 total sq feet. It is free standing with plenty of parking on street and a big lot in the rear. Our shop is also right on the Ammonoosuc River in the heart of downtown. There is a new path called the Riverwalk which goes right through the property and feeds into the Ammonoosuc Rail Trail. The Ammonoosuc Rail Trail a 19 mile long rail trail in Littleton and folks are welcome to use my parking lot as a trail head.
We have also been selling and servicing quality indoor fitness equipment from Vision Fitness, LifeFitness, and True Fitness for over 20 years. We know our equipment and won’t sell you something that makes outlandish promises. Our saying is “the best piece of indoor exercise equipment is one that you will use”. We have models on the floor for you to try before you buy and we offer delivery and set up within 25 miles for free.
Our goal is to be everyone's favorite bike and fitness shop, not necessarily the cheapest but the best! The one that they would send their friends to because they know they will get treated well and get a great value.
Bike clubs are a great way to meet new people who ride at the same level as you and it's a great way to challenge your own ability. There are two clubs in the Littleton area: the Littleton Landsharks which is a mountain bike group that rides on Tuesday evenings, and White Mountain Velo which is a road bike group that rides on Thursdays. There is a link on our website under “community”
Hours: Sun 11-4(Closed Sundays during winter), Mon-Thurs 9-5:30, Fri 9-7, Sat 9-5
Telephone: (603)444-3437 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.littletonbike.com
Directions:From points North: Take 93S to Exit 41 Littleton/Whitefield. Turn left at end of ramp onto Cottage Street. Follow Cottage Street we are on the left hand side just at the bottom of the hill, plenty of parking and a rear entrance out back.
From points South: Take 93N to Exit 41 Littleton/Whitefield. Bear right at end of ramp onto Cottage Street. Follow Cottage Street we are on the left hand side just at the bottom of the hill, plenty of parking and a rear entrance out back.
Littleton Landsharks Bike Club www.littletonlandsharks.com
Littleton Landsharks is a non-profit volunteer club of local mountain bikers that love to have fun on their mountain bikes whether it be riding the local singletrack or racing against the best in New England.
The club goes on weekly rides, Tuesdays at 6pm (start peddling at 6) during the riding season, which is early April to late October. Typically the rides last for two hours. Most weeks there are three groups usually riding from different locations. A group – the fastest and largest, B group - fast enough but not as fast as the A group, and the C group - which is mostly beginner riders and those that just prefer a not so fast pace and shorter distances.
White Mountain Velo Bike Club
oin us any Thursday night during daylight savings time for group rides. Rides start and finish at the Littleton Bike Shop at 6pm (sharp, especially when daylight is limited!).
Three solid groups depart at separate times with options for shorter distances at any pace, longer distances at a moderate pace, or the longer distance at a fast / competitive pace.
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