Bicycle ‘matchmakers’ dedicated to finding you the perfect bike, this Britomart store is there for everyone from the riding rookies to the pros.

To many, finding a bike could be as simple as picking one with the flashiest colours or the best price tag. But with so many different bikes on the market, all with unique purposes, investing in a two-wheeler is something to be taken seriously. Lending a much-needed hand to Auckland riders is the team at iBike.

The experts in everything from casual weekend rides to competitions, the team at the Quay Street cycle store is dedicated to finding you not just any bike, but the one that ‘fits you perfectly.’

Bike matchmakers with methods that never fail, the team see cycling as a lifestyle, one that’s good for your body, mind and heart. Stockists of some of the most reputable bike brands including Giant, Wilier, Merida and Cervélo, they offer a wide selection so you can find the one to suit.

Not just about the bikes, iBike also offers rentals, accessories and a range of services at their Britomart store. Catering to the pros and novices, the modern space is inviting and unintimidating, after all, isn’t fun what cycling’s all about?

Whether your bike is due a check-up, you’re after a helmet or a whole new ride, iBike at Britomart are the experts. Dedicated to finding you the right bike, stop by Monday – Sunday, the bicycle matchmakers will be waiting.


12 Customs St East,
Auckland CBD, 1010
iBike on Facebook
+64 9 302 0296

Opening Hours

Monday-Friday 8am-6pm
Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday 10am-4pm


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