About Us

Cycloville Kenya was formed in November 2012. The word Cycloville was created from the words Cycling Village. The enterprise was formed with the aim of uniting cyclists in Kenya and making cycling equipment and information easily accessible to anyone interested in cycling as a sport, recreation activity, exercise, income generating activity or commuting purposes. Cycloville Kenya, aims to endorse cycling as a culture, a clean, healthy and inexpensive alternative means of transport and a professional sport and business in Kenya through education, advocacy, collaboration and cooperation with other businesses, NGO’s  clubs, groups and other stakeholders in the cycling industry through projects and events like the bicycle Enterprise development Programme, The Cycloville Annual. Cycloville.co.ke is a virtual cycling village for Cycloville Kenya which also acts as an online shop where cyclists or cycle shops can buy or sell their products.

Our Vision:

Develop cycling in Africa into a first-class sporting and recreational activity in a clean, healthy and sustainable environment and inspire people to cycle and have fun while cycling at any level.

Our Mission:

  • To use the bicycle as a tool to create awareness about social challenges, to raise the standard of living and to counter the problems that face our world.

Our Values:

  • Prayer
  • Self belief and confidence
  • Independence of thought and action
  • Commitment and responsibility
  • Respect
  • Integrity
  • Education
  • Passion
  • Teamwork and Co-operation
  • Healthy Living

3 comments

  1. grace - April 7, 2014 6:23 am

    Hi

    What do you recommend for adult women over 30 and starting to cycle? (i.e what bike to start with etc)

    What should one expect e.g maintenance implications, parts etc

    Safety issues?

    Do you sell the bike with everything all one has to buy accessories separately? at what cost e.g helmet, bike suits etc

    Whats the average price for the bike brands you recommend? are they new or used?

    thanks
    Grace

    Reply
    • Fredrick Odero - April 7, 2014 10:08 pm

      Since you intend to start cycling, I recommend a light weight steel or aluminum bike, with the prices ranging from from 15000 to 23000. Aluminum is light weight and therefore the bike wont strain your knees when climbing, they also last longer because they are immune to rust. the right size for you will depend on your height. For maintenance and parts. A bicycle needs regular checks and service, probably after every two months depending on how frequent your rides are. replacement parts are available locally and we can offer you mechanic services at our shop we also have mobile mechanics. costs depends on what needs to be repaired. for safety you need a helmet and you also need to avoid roads with heavy traffic especially if you are not confident enough. we have a lot of beautiful and safe roads for beginners in westlands area, muthaiga, lavington, dagoreti, and large estates. remember to always keep left and obey traffic rules.

      We don’t sell the bike with everything, you will purchase the accessories that you need separately. for example a good helmet goes for about 3500 the suits (full kit) anything between 1000 and 3000 for used

      The avarage price for an average, used top brand bike like giant,trek, specialized, gt, cannondale, fuji is around 15000 to 25000

      For more advice and info about the bikes we have on sale contact 0719645053 or visit http://www.cycloville.co.ke/contact-us/
      to view a map to our shop.

      Reply
  2. fiona - July 23, 2014 2:37 pm

    How can one join the cycling society of kenya.
    I would love to bike with you guys.

    Reply

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