Mountain Bikes at Bicycle Sport Shop

Pictured: Steele Taylor & Jason Miller,
Lamar Store Staff at Walnut Creek Park

Bicycle Sport Shop has an enormous selection of the best mountain bikes in the industry. Hardtail or full-suspension. Twenty-six or two-niner. Specialized, Trek, Niner, Santa Cruz and Salsa. There are so many options that you’ll feel like a kid in a candy store. Come in and find your perfect ride or browse some of the latest models to hit our floors below, because you know what they say about all work and no play.


Crave Pro 29

Specialized's Crave Pro 29 may pay for itself with prize money. Abundant features in the M4 butted-aluminum frame such as a tapered head tube and short chainstays result in great handling and climbing capability. [more]

Rumor 29 Womens Full Suspension

There's a new Queen in town. Specialized's 110mm-travel Rumor was designed from the ground up for women. Everything from women's-specific parts, to the geometry, to custom suspension were considered.  [more]


Stache 6

You can totally race Trek's Stache 6, with its lightweight aluminum frame and quick-handling G2 geometry, but where it really shines is when the trail turns nasty. [more]

Fuel EX 8 29

With the big-wheel mile crushing of an XC bike and the confidence of an agressive trail bike, Trek's Fuel EX 8 29 tackles whatever you have in mind.  [more]


Trek Remedy

Trek's Remedy enhanced the skills of riders everywhere. Trek does it again by adding 29-inch wheels for the Remedy 9 29. [more]


Santa Cruz & Juliana

Santa Cruz Solo C

Solo pushes further into the realms of 27.5" possibilities.  The low bottom bracket height, shorter chainstays and 125mm of progressive VPP suspension give Solo its snappy, nimble, ride. [more]

Julianna Joplin Primeiro

The queen of rocks and roll. 29” wheels ?oat you through the rough, in a multi-award winning suspension package that effortlessly crowns hills.  [more]


Horsethief 1

A very capable climber, Horsethief does have a slight bias toward descending, letting you enjoy the fruits of your uphill labor. By designing the bike for use with a shorter than normal stem, the body is positioned better for aggressive riding. [more]


Featuring Salsa's ultralight Beargrease aluminum fork and traditional vertical dropouts, Beargrease takes a minimalist approach to keep bike weight down, and speed up, while still delivering the necessary floatation to keep you riding in the soft stuff.  [more]



“Quiver Killer” meets carbon. 2 years in development, Niner’s highly anticipated and requested carbon trail bike finally makes an appearance. The RIP 9 RDO incorporates global rider feedback as well as Niner’s rigorous carbon design, engineering and testing standards. [more]

Fox Flux Helmet

Fox's Flux Helmet combines the airy ventilation of an XC helmet with the expanded coverage hard-charging trail riders need. The EPS-foam shell keeps you protected, while the 20 strategically placed vents let the air flow in, even on the toughest, slowest climbs. Fox's Detox retention system and inset chin straps secure the Flux in place comfortably and solidly. Plus, the detachable visor keeps the sun out of your eyes and the rear spoiler discharges hot air so you stay streamlined and fast.


Giro Xar Helmet

If you want to rule the trail, you need Giro's Xar — the king of all-mountain lids. It boasts Giro's In-Mold construction for lightness and durability, while there are 17 large vents to keep you comfortable even when the mercury rises. You'll also dig how Giro's Roc Loc 5 retention system keeps the Xar in place on gnarly trails and bumpy descents, and how Giro's P.O.V. adjustable visor keeps the sun out of your eyes so you can concentrate on the trail ahead.


Fox Sidewinder Gloves

Fox's Sidewinder Gloves are built super-tough to handle the rigors of riding. They're ready for day-long epics as well as short, ripping sessions, all while the mesh back panels provide heaps of ventilation. Plus, the Sidewinders boast welded seams for durability and silicone grips on the fingertips for slip-free braking.



Endura Hummvee Shorts

Nestled in the Scottish Highlands, it's no wonder Endura produces the toughest, most innovative cycling clothes. Their Hummvee Shorts are crafted from durable Teflon-coated nylon fabric for shorts that laugh at rain and scoff at rough trails and roads. For a perfect fit, the Hummvees boast an adjustable belted waist and stretch lower back and inner leg panels. There are also ample pockets to haul your gear and zipped ventilation to keep you comfy, no matter the temperature. Plus, the included 6-panel Clickfast liner short provides all-day comfort and support.


Specialized Rime MTB Shoes

Much like the all-mountain riding that they are designed for, Specialized's Rime MTB Shoes do it all. Just the right amount of stiffness is built in for efficient pedaling and walking flexibility, and the grippy Vibram soles make hike-a-bikes easy. Of course, the Rime's feature Specialized's Body Geometry ergonomics for awesome efficiency and comfort, while the Boa and Velcro closures make it a breeze to find a perfect fit and feel. Armor around the toes and heels, synthetic uppers and wrap-style tongues that keep the dirt out are all features that will make the Rimes your go-to shoes for all off-road rides.


Bontrager RL Mountain Shoes

Bontrager's RL Mountains are awesome off-road shoes at a sweet price point. They boast Bontrager's Bronze series carbon soles that provide optimum power transfer plus enough flex for comfort and walking. Complementing the great soles are Bontrager's ergonomic inForm footbeds, breathable inForm uppers, no-slip heels, and tongues that extend all the way to the toes for a custom fit. You'll also love the ratcheting buckles and Velcro strap closures, as well as the aggressive soles, which offer serious traction on everything from the rocky stuff at Reveille Peak Ranch, to muddy sections of the Barton Creek Greenbelt.



Osprey Raptor Series Hydration Packs

The Raptor Series is the Osprey Hydraulics solution to hydration while mountain biking and trail running. The mesh-covered ridge foam AirScape™ backpanel provides superb bike riding comfort and great stability while trail running. Bike-specific pocketing keeps gear organized and Osprey’s proprietary LidLock™ system allows for fast and easy helmet attachment.

The Raptor Series offers Osprey’s BioStretch harness with elastic sternum strap and built-in magnet for quick bite valve attachment .The BioStretch hipbelt features easy access stretch woven side pockets and a modified straight ErgoPull™ closure. Both are made with stretchable materials that allow free body motion with minimal pack bounce.



The Mountain Bike Club carries a storied tradition of training and racing prestige. We will offer you regular training opportunities that provide riders of all abilities a chance to ride and train with other club members.

Meet the Captains

Margie Nolen, Mountain Bike Captain

Texas born and raised, Margie has been mountain biking for over 10 years.  Although she said she would never race, she started racing in 2008 and began racing for Bicycle Sport Shop shortly there after.  Now she’s a racing addict and has been known to encourage others, who shares her passion for mountain biking, to start racing. 

Margie has been active in Ride Like A Girl (RLAG) since 2008 and is always encouraging women to get on a bike and ride!  Fast or slow, staying upright and having fun is always the ultimate goal. 

Although Margie has been known to wipe the cob webs off of her road bike and go for an occasional road ride, mountain biking is her prime passion.

When the weather doesn’t allow for biking, Margie enjoys indoor rock climbing. 

Sean Ahmadi, Mountain Bike Captain

Sean Ahmadi received his Kinesiology degree from the University of Texas (UT) Austin. After graduation, Sean became a USA Cycling and USA Triathlon coach. 

Sean is a licensed professional mountain biker and Cat 1 cyclocross racer. He is also a certified strength and fitness trainer. When Sean is not helping others achieve their fitness goals, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids, and enforcing their no-car-Sunday policy.

Sean is also the head coach for the Texas High School Racing League (part of NICA), and Project Cyclocross 2015 to promote junior cycling development, and spends a lot time of time training adaptive athletes.

Sean’s philosophy for life is simple; “I believe in exercising for life, which means no matter how old you are you can be active and healthy.”

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