Shop Hours: MONDAY - FRIDAY = 10am - 6pm, SATURDAY = 12pm - 4pm, SUNDAY = CLOSED Barnett-Trained Mechanic(s):
None United Bicycle Institute-Trained Mechanic(s):
None Shop Info: Small, Ma-and-Pop Shop owned and operated by Pro Triathlete and Coach (2006 - present), Kirk Nelson and wife Charity.
Our niche is custom spec TT/Tri and Road builds, bike fitting, power meters, technical/aero gear, and wrenching services.
With a formal background in physical chemistry and math, we are Clinical OCD when it comes to planning and executing the details of a custom spec build. Cleanliness (Cable and Wire routing), aesthetics, fit/comfort, functionality, performance, and budget variables are considered and optimized in every build we do.
We enjoy giving each and every customer the 1-1 attention and time needed to answer all their questions and address their concerns when considering a purchase, whether big or small.
We have been fortunate to ship bikes all over the country, and even the world (e.g. Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico), and have the ability to build the bike up to a (remote) customer's exact fit specifications (when fit sheet is supplied).
Complete sizing and bike fit services included with all local (and visiting) customer bike purchases.
We have an extensive demo saddle trial program, regular men's and women's group rides, group swim and run workouts, seasonal (winter/spring) clinics geared around training and racing, and a club team for triathletes and road cyclists.
Click the "Customer Bikes" Tab on our website (www.ibbcyclery.com) to see examples of the custom spec bikes we've built over the years. Directions: Our shop is located 20 minutes from I-15 Exit #8 in Southern Utah.
Take Exit #8 and Head West on St. George Blvd from for ~2 miles. Turn R and head N on Bluff St for ~1.5 miles.
Turn L onto Snow Canyon Parkway. Drive ~3.5 miles to the 3rd Roundabout you come to. We are on the roundabout traffic circle at 200 E and Center St in Ivins, just 1 mile W of the Roundabout that heads up into Snow Canyon Park.
Map location is based off of a geocode of the addressed entered using Google's Google Maps API. If your address does not geocode properly, you can either update the address (we will attempt to re-geocode after any updates to your entry) or you can use Google's geocoding tool found here: http://gmaps-samples.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/geocoder/singlegeocode.html to obtain a lat/long for your location and enter that. To use the utility, type in an address that is close to your location and then drag-and-drop the marker to obtain the desired lat/long. If you choose to enter a lat/long, you must check the box on the edit page that says, "override geocode with entered lat/long."