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912 Gardiners Road
Kingston, ON, K7M 7E6
Canada

613-389-6777

J&J Cycle is a bike shop located in Kingston, Ontario providing various styles of bicycles whether it is a commuter bike, mountain bike or road bike we will have something to exceed your expectations. J&J Cycle carries top brands including; Cannondale, Cervelo, Colnago, Giant, Norco and Pivot bicycles. 

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Brands

Our Bicycle Brands 

Our mission is to provide our customers with a wide variety of different bicycle brands and to exceed customer expectations.  We want to ensure that you enjoy every minute on your bicycle. That's why we represent the best quality products to meet your desired price point.

 

Since introducing the first bicycle trailer in 1971, Cannondale has steadily expanded and evolved into one of the cycling industry's largest manufacturers of performance oriented bicycles.  Innovation has always been the key ingredient behind the success of their bikes.  From the first lightweight aluminum frames to non-traditional suspension designs, specifically the Lefty fork, Cannondale has always thought outside the box in relation to bicycle technology.  They revolutionized the cycling industry by developing the BB30.  BB30 referring to the bottom bracket diameter design being 30mm as opposed to the earlier 24mm standard, allowing for both increase stiffness while further reducing weight.  This new standard has now been widely accepted across most bicycle manufacturing.  Today, Cannondale pushes limits by designing some of the lightest carbon fibre road, mountain, and cyclocross bikes in the world.  Although they push the limits in terms of frame weight, ride quality is not merely a design after thought.  Their mission is "to create innovative, quality products that inspire cyclists around the world".  Just look at the Cannondale Synapse, Scalpel, Slate, and Trigger to see examples of the innovation and rider benefits that sets Cannondale apart from other companies.

 

Bert Lewis founded Norco Bicycles in 1964 with a simple vision: build better bikes. From our humble beginnings operating out of a converted chicken coop in small-town B.C., we’ve grown into a global brand delivering more than 125 different models to cyclists worldwide. We are proud of the role we’ve played in helping to shape the industry and the sport over the past five decades.

We were one of the first North American bike companies to deliver ten-speeds. We helped lay the foundations for BMX, sponsoring our first factory team in 1981. We began mounting suspension forks to mountain bike frames before most people had even heard of the sport. And we worked with riders on Vancouver’s North Shore to help redefine it.

Though we reflect upon our storied past, our eyes remain fixed on the future — as the bikes in the pages that follow will attest. We live and breathe our promise to listen, innovate and ride, and we are eager to continue delivering to you the very best ride experiences possible. Thanks for joining our ride, and for inviting us to come along on yours.

                Source: https://www.norco.com/company/about-norco/

 

The founders of Giant were craftsmen and engineers. They understood their strengths. So to make cycling more enjoyable and accessible to people around the world, they did what they knew best. They set out to improve the cycling experience by following three guiding principles: craftsmanship, innovation and inspiration. 

It began with lightweight aluminum frames. Giant’s ability to produce high-quality bikes at an affordable price allowed more riders to experience cycling in a whole new way. Since then, Giant has pioneered advancements in both aluminum and composite engineering. We introduced the first affordable carbon fiber bike, the Cadex 980 C, and transformed high-performance road bikes with our Total Compact Road design. In mountain biking, Giant’s Maestro Suspension established a new level of performance for off-road riding and racing. Over the last four decades, Giant has grown well beyond its manufacturing roots to become the world’s leading brand of quality bicycles and gear. With more than 12,000 retail partners worldwide, we aim to inspire adventure in all riders, from casual to competitive. 

Giant bikes win world championships. They win design awards, too. But most importantly, they win the hearts of riders who choose to make cycling a part of their lives. We support that choice. We think it makes the world a better place. 

                                                                                       RIDE LIFE. RIDE GIANT.

 

Cervélo Cycles was created in 1995 when two engineers, Phil White and Gérard Vroomen, decided to market their work developing faster time trial bikes. Having been involved in bicycle and human-powered vehicle design since 1986, they started a bike design from scratch when a top-ranked Italian pro cyclist approached Gérard to design the fastest possible time trial bike for him. The team evaluated the bikes on the market, and set a design goal for the bike that was difficult and uncompromising. They wanted something that was unbeatable in aerodynamics yet sacrificed nothing in weight or stiffness. The result was a pretty radical bike that pushed the rules in almost every area. It tested extremely well for aerodynamics, as well as handling, stiffness and comfort.

Cervélo has grown from the dreams of these budding engineers working out of a garage to a company with more engineers than bike models, using the same tools and techniques as the most advanced Formula 1 teams. In 2012 we became part of the Pon Bicycle Group, who give us access to resources to allow us to continue to grow and continue what we do best—to engineer better bikes. We look forward to continuing to surprise you with innovation that allows you achieve your dreams and goals.

    Source: http://www.cervelo.com/en/company.html

 

Colnago is an Italian brand founded in 1952 by Ernesto Colnago, one of the pioneers and most innovative manufactures of the cycling history.  He maintains that he "was born to build bicycles", and as it happened- after an apprenticing period with Gloria's factory and working as a professional mechanic for several racing teams- Ernesto Colnago started producing high-end steel frames.

During the 1970's Colnago was regarded as one of the best builders of custom steel frames.  Gianni Motta, Michele Dancelli and Eddy Merckx above all.  Many champions rode and achieved several winnings riding Colnago's frames.

The Eddy Merckx and Colnago Duo passed into the annals of the cycling history indeed.  Just as in 1972, when "The Cannibal" set the world hour record riding a super-light Colnago frame.

Colnago also introduced the Colnago Super which set new standards for racing bicycles of its era: shorter, stiffer and a lighter frame as professional frames.

Ernesto Colnago's motto has always been "Thinking outside the box without copying anyone", and as a matter of fact, the Italian brand has been sticking out for more than 60 years.  Steel, aluminum and titanium frames: Colnago set new boundaries in cycle manufacturing.  His long view also allowed him to become the pioneer of carbon frames- thanks to the legendary collaboration with Ferrari- when most people were skeptical, since they did not believe carbon would have withstood the mechanical stress during cycling races.

 

Pivot Cycles bikes are born from decades of industry experience and bred from a heritage of racing.  Founder Chris Cocalis worked the floor in bike shops, raced BMX professionally, built bikes by hand, and saw Titus Cycles to success before turning his full efforts to Pivot Cycles in 2007.

The full Pivot line is developed in-house at their headquarters in Tempe, Arizona.  Each bike model is conceptualized, designed, tested, abused, and perfected by a small group of engineers, an aerospace Ti welder, and professional racers before it hits production.

At Pivot Cycles, they push frame design and innovation to their furthest limits.  They strive to provide their customers with the stiffest, most responsive, and hands-down best bikes possible.

Bikes are their passion, and that passion does not end when the bikes leave the factory floor.  Pivot stands behind every bike that they manufacture.

 

Wilier was born in 1906 thanks to the brilliant idea of a trader from Bassano, Pietro Dal Molin, of building bicycles on his own account. His forge or \"Steel horses\" rose as a small workshop along the banks of the river Brenta, at Bassano del Grappa, and it became more and more successful by keeping up with the increasing demand for bicycles. For this reason, Dal Molin determined to set up a professional team captained by the triestin Giordano Cottur, well-know for succeeding no less than Gino Bartali during the Bassano-Monte Grappa lap for amateurs. In the same time, according to the common feeling of uneasiness about the fate of Trieste, Dal Molin decided to associate the name of this julian town to that of his own firm. In this way, in Autumn 1945 the Wilier Triestina was born, distinguished by its red copper-coloured bicycles, which later became an authentic trade-mark. Strong in its success and thanks to the prestige it had gained, in 1947 Wilier bought up a promising young cyclist: Fiorenzo Magni, this one, instead of being crushed in the challenge between Coppi and Bartali, found out the right system to become the third great protagonist of Italian cycling, by winning the Tour of Flanders and Giro d'Italia in 1948.

Unfortunately, after the first enrapturing phase of national reconstruction, in the early '50s, came the period of the economic miracle: people gave up bicycles t discover scooters and motorbike. Cycle firms suffered the damage of progress, and in 1952 Wilier Triestina had to shut down and leave its agonistic activity. Nowadays, the glorious story of this firm and of its \"copper-coloured jewel\" lives again thanks to the Gastaldello brothers from Rossano Veneto, who bought the Wilier Triestina mark in 1969, proud to bring again great favour to one of the best known Italian cycle houses and providing dozens of professional and dilettantish Italian and foreign teams with their bicycles. The ultimate glory was in September 2008, when Ballan won the World Road Championship in Varese on Wilier, just ahead of his illustrious teammate Cunego. In the last decade, and especially since 2008 - due to the success of international cycling and of the new models, Wilier Triestina continues to increase and consolidate its presence in the international market, with double digit growth in terms of revenue and bicycles produced.

 

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