Castle Rock Bike and Ski is Growing into a New Location

Castle Rock Bike & Ski is moving to a New Home in Castle Rock, Colorado.

By Gary Robinson: Colorado Avid Cyclist

Growing up in Colorado, I can remember when Castle Rock was a clump of trees on the east side of the highway, with a dirt road.  Then came a Pizza Hut on the south side, then a McDonalds on the West side at the top of the hill all by itself.  Just a little small town on the way up to Denver….

Enough of the “old guy” reminiscing.  Castle Rock has grown into a amazing town to live in, and with that, a great place to ride a bike!  It is home to 3 great bike shops as well as multiple cycling clubs and teams. One of those shops in the historic downtown has flourished to be a year around headquarters for fun, as well as an amazing supporter for the cycling community.  That is Castle Rock Bike & Ski. And now they are making a big move!  castle rock bike and ski

In the last year they have expanded from their store front into their adjacent space in their building off of Perry on 4th street.  But in the next few months, they will be expanding once again, to a new location on 25 S Wilcox Street, just south of Downtown Castle Rock.  

Originally founded in 2020 by Mark and KC Neel, their growth is castle rock bike and ski (1)also a result of, and complemented by their community involvement in Castle Rock.  They are ardent believers in supporting our community and have been actively involved since they opened for business. Mark was the one the founding members of the Castle Rock Downtown Merchants Association and has worked with the town as a P.O.S.T. partner building and maintaining trails in Castle Rock. For the past 12 years he has served as the head coach of the Castle Rock Youth Cycling Club, a non-profit group for kids wanting to learn how to mountain bike. The club is also home to the Castle Rock Crankers high school mountain bike racing team, a composite team made up of students from Douglas County, Castle View and Renaissance high schools. KC has served on several local boards and currently serves as the president of the Downtown Merchants Association. 

One thing that stands out with their shop and both of them: when you walk in the door, you immediately feel welcomed and treated like a friend.  They have a genuine passion for their business and it shows in how they treat their customers. 

If you are in Castle Rock, stop by their existing shop and watch for the doors of their new location to be open around the end of April.  If you are from outside of town…its worth the drive to visit and say “Hi.”

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