About Dahlonega Wheelworks
We are a small local's shop at home in the mountains, staffed with people who are passionate about bicycles. Mountain, road, cyclocross, or recreational riding. It doesn't matter; we love bikes.
We live here, ride here, know every country road, every single track, and every unfriendly dog in this county and are willing to share it with you.
At Dahlonega Wheelworks, we can fix your current bike, sell you a new ride, get you or your kids going for the first time, equip you for your day out on the road or help to point you in the right direction.
Of course, you are always welcome to stop by and meet us, hang out a while with coffee, and get to know us. We want to be your bike shop, where you know people that will take care of you and treat you like you should be treated.
The North Georgia Mountains surrounding Dahlonega are world famous for their beauty and difficulty. The epic climbs up Brasstown Bald, Hogpen Gap, Wolfpen Gap, and Woody's Gap have all been made famous by the Tour de Georgia, as well being the routes for the City of Dahlonega's famous Six Gap Century. Bike riding in Lumpkin County allows you to experience the roads, climbs, and conditions that face UCI Pro Tour riders all within riding distance of Dahlonega Wheelworks' front door.
The mountain biking here is just as spectacular as the road. Bull and Jake Mountain, ranked as a top ten trail system by Bicycling Magazine, are only minutes away from the shop and of course we have trail maps and can recommend a ride for you. The City of Dahlonega is surrounded by National Forest and if fire roads are your thing, we can point you in the right direction.
Weekly rides leave from Dahlonega Wheelworks year round. Tuesday and Thursday nights feature road rides during the daylight months, and nighttime mountain rides in the winter, weather permitting. There is always a Saturday morning mountain ride and Sundays usually have us going up in the gaps or on an epic dirt day.
Everyone is welcome to come along, all rides re-group, and you won't find any "peloton attitude" while riding with us. Contact us ahead if you are coming from out of town, and remember it is uphill both ways around here