Our History

Green Mountain Cyclery, Inc. With stores in Lancaster and Ephrata, we’re sure to have you covered: everything from mountain bikes to road bicycles, scooters and skateboards, if it has wheels, we have it!

GMC is the perfect one stop shop where you can find the leading brands for mountain bikes, skateboards, road bikes, triathlon bicycles, BMX, apparel, even scooters, always with personalized attention for our customers offered by the most qualified experts in the area.

The idea of opening a bike shop in Lancaster started in July 1989 after a mountain bike race in Vermont. Mike Farrington, mountain bike extraordinaire and founder of the company, needed a more specialized place where he could nurture his passion for mountain biking in central Pennsylvania. He knew he could open a shop better than any other store in Lancaster. His goal: focusing on customer service and maintenance.

After only five months, Green Mountain Cyclery opened its doors for business in a 350 ft2 store in Akron, PA. Since then, the company has become one of the most well-known state-of-the-art bike shops in central Pennsylvania always improving itself and offering the most comprehensive services every cyclist needs: from providing hitches and racks for cars to classes on how to repair and maintain your own bike.

SHOP OUR PRODUCTS
BOARDS, BIKES, WHEELS AND MORE

If it's got wheels, boards or speed, we have it. Shop our physical stores in Ephrata and Rohrerstown (Lancaster), PA, or online. We are authorized dealers for Specialized, Trek, Yakima and many more.

SERVICE & REPAIR
BROKEN? WE FIX IT. AND MAINTAIN IT!

Regular maintenance saves hundreds on costly repairs or new equipment. We maintain everything we sell. But, if you have broken gear (purchased here or elsewhere), most likely, we can fix it! Set up a service appointment, or drop by the shop.

CLASSES
GET A LITTLE GREASE UNDER YOUR NAILS

Always wanted to learn how to maintain and service your own bikes, boards and more? Sign up for one of our classes and learn how to handle a wrench and get some dirt under your nails.