Carolina Triathlon - Greenville, SC

928 South Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: 864-331-8483

Mon-Fri: 10-6, Sat: 10-5, Sun: 1-4Facebook - Carolina Triathlon

No Repairs on Sunday, Drop off only


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Welcome to Carolina Triathlon!

Welcome to Carolina Triathlon! We have the most bikes and cycling and tri gear in Greenville. We are also the newest Specialized concept store and our selection of Specialized bikes is the best in the area. Come see why Carolina Triathlon is South Carolina's largest and best triathlon and cycling store!

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50% Off Jackets, Long Sleeve Jersey's, and Jackets!! 30% off all other winter apparel!  

50% Off any remaining Short Sleeve Jersey's!

2013 Bikes 30% OFF!

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Specialized S-Card Financing Now Availible!!!

6 months same-as cash!!

Get Around In Style On A Specialized!

Specialized's city bikes make all your daily travels enjoyable again!
Park that four-wheeler and get around town the fun, green and stylish way with a Specialized city bike. These versatile easy-to-operate life-changers will put a smile on your face as they let you cruise in comfort and avoid traffic, parking and the stress of driving to and from work. We have many popular models to choose from so swing by Carolina Triathlon and start actually enjoying your daily travels on a Specialized.

Bring Your Bicycle Repairs To Us!

Carolina Triathlon specializes in expert bicycle repair. Whether it's an old dust-covered rig you want to get overhauled for riding to work, your custom machine that needs a basic tune-up for that big ride, or just about anything else, simply bring your machine by and we'll get it running right again!

Randy's Riding Tip of the Day

"Adjusting" Flat Bars - Flat handlebars may seem non-adjustable. But, if yours are too wide, they can be cut to customize fit and feel. Usually, riders who enjoy demanding, technical trails appreciate a little additional width (24 to 27 inches), especially when using dual-suspension frames. All-round riders prefer a more standard width of about 22 inches. If yours are too wide, it's easy enough to shorten them. Measure carefully to ensure you leave room for all the parts that fit on the handlebar ends (it's best to remove 1/2- to 3/4-inch sections and see how the bar feels). Riser bars are also available, which are models that slope upwards on the ends to provide less bend in your back when you lean forward to grab the grips. Many off-roaders find that riser bars are just the ticket for a more comfortable position.