COVID19 protocols are in place. Masks and social distancing are required at all times.



Refurbished bicycles for children and adults.


Earn your bike for free!


Learning some basics about your bike saves you money when you can change your own tube or adjust your brakes. Drop in to our Open Shop and experienced volunteers will show you how.


Cycle Transitions is OPEN again!!

We did it! The team at Cycle Transitions has completed the set-up at our new location; we are ready to assist members and even have a few bicycles ready for sale. It took a lot of hard work, creativity and patience, but it’s done and we hope to be here for quite a while!
We are now located in Building 17 on Fourth St in Northam Industrial Park, essentially right behind our first location in Building 13 (now Venture 13). The Fourth St entrance to Northam Ind Park is directly across D’Arcy St from the front entrance to the Cobourg Community Centre. To access us, take Fourth St off D’Arcy South, follow Fourth almost to its end – we are on the north (right hand) side. Our shop is the south side of building that houses Bardon Plumbing Supplies.
We officially open on Tuesday, June 15 at 4:30pm. There will be no “Grand Opening” until COVID restrictions ease and we can do it properly. Our summer hours will be 4:30 to 8:30pm Tuesday to Friday, and 9am to 3:30pm on Saturdays. Our new summer employee – David Burn – begins June 15th and will be with us until the end of August.
APPOINTMENTS AND FACEMASKS REQUIRED Due to COVID restrictions, we ask all members to make an appointment for when you’ll be coming in to the shop. Email or call for an appointment. And bring your facemask to wear.

Cycle Transitions Closed Until Premises Questions Worked Out

Due to the Town of Cobourg’s Public Works department’s need for additional space during the winter, Cycle Transitions is vacating its premise at 390 King St W in the next couple of weeks. As such, we have now closed for the time being.

We are close to finalizing arrangements to move permanently into a different facility in Northam Industrial Park. If all goes well, we hope to move in there and set up during the month of January. We would then re-open early February. If those negotiations fail, we’ll set up at 390 King again in April.  Our Board of Directors has taken the position that we hope to open again in February so that we can be of service to our winter riders and to refurbish bicycles for the spring sales. We’ll keep you posted on progress of this process.


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