Come ride with us in paradise! Let us show you why we love living here by helping you experience this amazing place by bike. Whether it's pedaling around the San Diego’s Bayshore Bikeway on a road bike, enjoying the Silver Strand Bike Path on a Hybrid or just riding around San Diego Bay on a beach cruiser, Holland’s Bicycles in Coronado has what you need to make it happen.
Holland’s Bicycles has been a part of the Coronado & San Diego bicycling community for over 90 years. We proudly serve cyclists from all parts of San Diego County. Offering the industry's top rated road bikes from Specialized, and Felt. We have helped make the Beach Cruiser and Electra’s Townie the recreational bikes of choice throughout San Diego. We stock all types of bicycle styles from Electra, Specialized, Phat, Raleigh, Linus, Brooklyn Cruiser and Sun. Including a huge selection accessories, clothing, helmets, locks, surf racks and unique hard to find items. Our highly certified service department repairs all makes and models. We have everything you need to make your cycling experience the best it can be!
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Every bike needs a little love once in a while, so Holland's has a trained staff ready to give your bike the attention it deserves. From simple brake adjustments to full tune-ups and more, Holland's service department keeps you rolling along the endless blacktop until the sun goes down and then some!
Slow Leak? Check The Valve - When you're searching for a slow leak, don't ignore the valve. Sometimes valves fail and air seeps out. To check, put a little spit on the end of the valve and stare at it for a few seconds. If the valve is leaking, a bubble will form. Often you can tighten the valve and the leaking will cease (on Prestas, this is only possible if the valve has a replaceable core). If this doesn't do the trick, try removing the valve core, putting a drop of oil on the spring and reinstalling the core. This will usually stop the leak. If the leak is at the base of the valve, you can try to patch the tube but this is a difficult spot to repair and you may find tube replacement is the only solution.