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Bike America - Kansas City - Home LEE'S SUMMIT, MO
32 S. E. 3rd St.Lee's SummitMO64063

(816) 524-1819
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OVERLAND PARK, KS
9514 Nall Ave.Overland ParkKS 66207

(913) 381-5431
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OLATHE, KS

Location has been combined with our 95th and Nall store to create a 28,000 sq ft superstore!

Family owned and locally operated since 1982
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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SAVE BIG BUCKS THIS WEEKEND AT BIKE AMERICA

The Guru Fit Station at Bike AmericaGetting a Professional Guru Fit!

We're your Guru bicycle-fitting headquarters! Whether you need to be sized up for a new ride, fit to your favorite bike or want a thorough evaluation of your riding position to maximize your comfort and/or performance, we've got Guru's outstanding computerized analysis tools and the training and experience to get you going. Schedule an appointment and you'll be enjoying your riding more than ever real soon!

Synchrony Financial

We offer 6, 12, 24 month financing, no interest through Synchrony Financial on all qualifying purchases of $500 or more.

Contact the store for details

We're Hiring


Are you passionate about cycling? Do you enjoy sharing this love with others? We're currently looking for full-time mechanics and part-time salesmen. Share your passion and be apart of our team — contact us today!

Register your Cycling Group!

Register your Cycling Group with Bike America!REGISTER YOUR CYCLING GROUP AND RECEIVE DISCOUNTS

ON BIKES, ACCESSORIES, LABOR AND MUCH MORE!

Visit our stores in Lee's Summit and Overland Park to check out our selection of TerraTrikes.  These sweet rides are the perfect solution if a traditional bike hurts your back, strains your neck, or fatigues your arms and shoulders.

TerraTrike - Bike America - Kansas City

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Nick's Cycling Tip of the Day

Adjust Bar Ends Correctly - To prevent pain and discomfort, position bar ends on the handlebars to match the natural angle of your hands and wrists. If you're bending your wrists to hold on, rotate the bar ends until you're gripping in a neutral, relaxed position. For most riders the bar ends are angled slightly upwards but not too steeply. If you set them too high, when you stand to climb, you'll have to bend your wrists a lot, which can strain them and prevent you from maintaining a safe grip.