Midwest Bicycleworks, Inc.

Midwest Bicycleworks, Inc. is Fort Wayne, Indiana's only mobile bicycle repair shop. It is a full service repair shop on wheels. We specialize in road, mountain, hybrid, cyclo-cross bikes, department store bikes, kid's bikes and hand built wheels for all types of applications.

Our mobile service area includes Fort Wayne, northeast Indiana, south central Michigan and northwest Ohio. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at info or call us at 260-744-0505 or 260-615-3661 Monday - Friday 8 am to 5 pm. If you call after hours, please leave a detailed message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please feel free to peruse the site. Check out the new Online Store. Our prices are almost always lower than the catalogs. If you don't see something, call or email us and we'll let you know if we can get it for you. Have a great ride and we look forward to working on your bike soon.

Bicycle Upgrades

Whether you want to update all of your components, maybe just change your wheels, maybe change your cockpit position or just want to make your bike lighter, let us help guide you through the various options, no matter what kind of budget you have.

Some Quick News Stories

Huntington Challenge. The dates have been set for 2007. September 15th and 16th and prize purse is $6000. This is a two day event 70 miles each day.. You can race it or you can ride it like a tour with plenty of sag stops and lots of challenges. The ideal bike for the racers is a Cyclo-Cross bike, especially if it has been rainy, because of the off road sections. The tour riders should ride a road bike if they want to skip the off-road section or a mtb bike if they want to ride the off road sections.

I hope you won't miss that July 15th will be National Ice Cream Day. What flavor will you enjoy then? I had vanilla ice cream, how about you.

Check out Independent Fabrication's ("IF") new Tungsten Electrode Full Suspension bike currently in the works. It will be the only full custom full suspension frame when it becomes available. It features a Ti front triangle and a custom butted 6061-T6 rear triangle using the dw-link. For pictures and more go to PinkBike and then go check out Velo News' article about IF's shop in Sommerset, MA. Look for the Tungsten Electrode late this fall to early spring. The lastest news on the Tungsten Electrode is a while off. They are wrangling with various design issues.


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