The bicycle itself is a fairly complex machine in its own right, especially in recent years with high-tech components and constant development. It’s confusing out there right, what bike to buy, where to ride, how to look after it, or even just finding your local riding group. That’s why we’re here, to support you on your adventures, be your local, help you ride more and try and make the weather better.
Our mission at Pushbikes is to bring the best products and professional advice to help others on their cycling adventures. We want everyone to enjoy the sport as much as we do.
It’s our reputation and guarantee.
Pushbikes was established in 2001 as a local bike shop in Rangiora, North Canterbury. Catering to the recreational market, Pushbikes rapidly grew by expanding their product range with quality brands and aligning our target to the recreational mountain biker.
A continually growing Christchurch customer base enabled them to expand in 2006, opening a second store in Papanui, Christchurch. Pushbikes has cemented itself in the Canterbury and Christchurch markets as an industry leader by aligning ourselves with quality brands, fantastic customer service and quality workmanship.
Pushbikes prides itself on knowledge and great service. Being an independent bike shop allows them to choose the products they sell based on what they ride, and believe in. They have extremely talented staff who are passionate about the sport and regularly participate.
Pushbikes gives back to the community by supporting and running mountain bike
races and their own ‘Support Programme’, which has helped many young riders (like
Anton Cooper) rise through the ranks.
THINGS WE BELIEVE IN
We're passionate about cycling.
To understand our customers needs.
To provide the best service.
Being honest to our customers.
We love bikes!
Follow through on promises we make.
Keep learning and growing our expertise.
Help customers with our experience.
We're approachable and love talking about bikes.
To see others enjoying their cycling adventures as much as we do.
'We're Push-Bikers Too'