Barr Bike & Fitness


Barr Bike & Fitness is listed in the Bicycle Dealers Sales & Service category in Clive, Iowa. Displayed below is the only current social network for Barr Bike & Fitness which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Barr Bike & Fitness on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for Barr Bike & Fitness is:
1710 NW 86th St
Clive, IA 50325
(515) 223-6111
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Yes, we have a certified fitter on staff! Call or stop in to schedule your appointment today.
It's not a luxury—a proper bike fit can help any cyclist ride stronger, more comfortably, and more often

Skratch Labs founder Allen Lim, PhD. demonstrates how his Skratch Labs products work to hydrate the body. Fascinating!
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Barr Bike is hiring!! Position: Part Time Sales Associate An exciting opportunity awaits you at Barr Bike and Fitness. We are looking for enthusiastic Sales Associates who want to work in a dynamic and fast paced environment providing our customers with excellent service. Follow the link below to the application page on our website.
We need a couple of new people to help us during the bike season. Experience is not necessary but enthusiasm and a good attitude is.

Decisions, decisions....either way, you can't go wrong.
The number of road disc bikes in Cannondale’s catalogue has been steadily growing over the last few years with the most recent addition being the SuperSix EVO Disc announced last year. This means performance-oriented riders now have a choice between two distinct disc-equipped race bikes — the SuperS...

Barr Bike and Fitness shared 60 Minutes's post.
Wow, check out 60 Minutes's segment on hidden motors in pro cycling!
Bill Whitaker investigates whether pro cyclists have used secret bike motors to win races -- like the Tour de France -- in a sport notorious for its culture of cheating