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Campus has been a Buffalo, NY bicycle institution for over 40 years.

 

Come in and see what all the fuss is about.  We service a wide range of the bike community in the Buffalo, area, and specialize in all kinds of cycling. 

Road biking, mountain biking, commuting, fat biking, track riding, bike packing. We have casual slow rollers, and we have racers amongst our friends and customers. We employ a diverse staff with a variety of interests that bring us to cycling, and that diversity of interests enables us to have a depth of experience and knowledge when it comes to picking out your new bike, knowing what the right gear to choose is, and even what makes for a great ride in the area.

 

Our goal as a shop is to get people out and active on bikes that they are just going to love to ride. As a shop we are going to support our customers along the way, any way we can.  Our shop isn't about numbers, it's about community investment, and building the local riding scene. We work with local non-profit organizations like the Campus Cycling Collective, and Go-Bike Buffalo, to promote riding, and get people out enjoying the outdoors, our beautiful streets, and trails.

 

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 Campus Cycling Events Calendar

 

 

Great WInter Get Out 2020
The Great Winter Get Out is a season long reason to get out and enjoy our beautiful cold winters, making people excited about our city and getting active outdoors ALL year.
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Cross in the Park returns! 11/3/19
Join us for the 10th edition of Cross in the Park! Our yearly Fall bicycle Blowout, right in beautiful Delaware Park.
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Erie Canal Bikepacking Trip 8/18-8/19!
Campus Cycling Collectives first ever bike packing trip is here! Ride the Erie Canal with us.
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Tuesday CCC Group Rides are back May1st.
Buffalo's great Tuesday bike rides are coming back!
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Womxn's Race Team Meet and Greet!
Last night we had our Campus Womxn’s Cycling Team meet + greet. A fantastic mix of womxn came out, from our loyal racers to casual commuters that just wanted to see what all the hubbub was about.
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