Bicycle Link - Savannah

210 W Victory Dr., Savannah, GA 31405
Phone: 912-233-9401
Store Hours: Mon - Sat 10:00 - 6:00


Garmin Vector Is Here


New Garmin Vector S Pedals

Are In Stock NOW!

only $899.99

Measure where it matters with the Vector™ power meter from Garmin. Vector is the first pedal-based power meter that independently measures your left/right balance and other power metrics and features ANT+™ wireless technology. Vector is easy to buy, install and update, without taking it back to the shop. It measures cadence and total power. Vector wirelessly transmits the data for display on compatible Edge® cycling computers, Forerunner® multisport watches or other ANT+™ enabled head units. Complete the suite with post-ride analysis, route planning, free training plans and data sharing at Garmin Connect™.

Bicycles For Every Cyclist!

Ride Trek Bikes!

Kids Bike Trade Up Plan




As a small token of our gratitude Bicycle Link is offering a

 10% discount

on any purchases to active duty military.


We Are Your 
Bicycle Repair Headquarters

We're Service Professionals! 

Now is the time to get your bike tuned up.  

Do not wait only to have to wait.  Beat the spring rush and get your repairs done now.

We've got the special bicycle tools and parts you need for every repair. And, if you're just not sure what to do next, don't have time to do your own work, or would like one of our experts to fine-tune your machine, our technicians will gladly help with any bike repair project. Call or stop by and we'll be happy to help!

Trek Bicycles Are Growth-Spurt Friendly!

Children's bikes are a Trek specialty!
Trek's children's bikes feature their Dialed Fit components, so your little one's bike grows with him. Try one of our growth-spurt friendly Treks today! 

Today's Tip

Eat Right To Ride Longer And Stronger - A common (and sometimes dangerous) riding mistake is not eating enough. Your body can only store a one- to two-hour supply of glycogen (muscle fuel). Once this is depleted, if you keep riding, you risk a nasty condition known as bonking. This varies from a pins-and-needles feeling in your arms to disorientation and nausea. It can easily lead to a crash. As a guideline, a 160-pound cyclist riding solo at 20 mph on a road bike burns between 600 and 750 calories per hour. So, always carry energy food and drinks when riding and eat every fifteen minutes or so. Don't wait until you're hungry to eat because it'll be too late for the calories to help. If you race or ride centuries, keep in mind that hard rides during the week before the event can deplete your glycogen stores and hurt your results. And, be sure to experiment with different drinks and foods during training rides to find what works for you so that on the big day, you're eating what agrees with your stomach.

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