Changes at Duke’s Cycle

Dear Friends,

some of you may have already heard the news through the grapevine that Gary Duke is going to retire near the end of February of this year. This has been an incredibly difficult decision to make for Gary, who has dedicated his life to carrying on his family’s business and legacy. As a result, Duke’s Cycle as you have come to know it, will be going through a transition.

We have had an incredible run, 105 years to be exact. Gary and the rest of the Duke’s family and staff are so grateful to all of you who have supported Duke’s Cycle over the years, particularly during our post-fire rebuild. We value the many great and meaningful relationships that we have forged under our roof and out in the community.

While Duke’s Cycle may no longer reside at 625 Queen Street West after February, we are excited to announce that another cycling retailer whose values and mission align very closely with our own will be taking over the space and our core staff members will continue along with them. Many of the same friendly faces that you have come to know will remain here to serve you.

We are not able to disclose more details at this time, but we promise to keep you posted as soon as there is more information to share. In the meantime, our liquidation sale is happening now until the end of February. Please call or visit the shop for details.

Our sincerest thanks,

Gary Duke and the Duke’s Cycle Team

For general questions, please contact: [email protected]

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Winter Clothing & Sock Drive

Hi folks!

With the cold weather months upon us, we’d like to use the big’ol space we’re fortunate to call the Duke’s shop to do some social good.

We are looking for gently used & new Winter Clothing donations for the Matthew House and Pieces to Pathways . We’ll also be donating $1 of every pair of socks sold in store until December 23rd to the Sistering in Toronto .

Donations can be dropped off in the donation bin next to our cash desk;

For a list of exact donation items needed, please see the list below or download the .pdf list here Dukes_DonationItemList .

PLEASE NOTE: All donated items must be new or gently-used and laundered . Collection ends December 23rd 2018.

Most Needed Items:

  • Winter Jackets/Coats (Adults & Children)
  • Baby Winter Jackets (3-6 months)
  • Mittens / Gloves (all ages)
  • Warm Hats (all ages)
  • Adult Boots of all sizes
  • Children’s Boots
  • Sweaters (Adult sizes medium or larger)
  • New undergarments
  • Warm Winter Socks
  • Plus Size clothing (Adult sizes)
  • Scarves (All sizes)
  • Long Johns (Adult sizes)

Location & Hours:

Please drop off donations at Duke’s Cycle during business hours. We are located at 625 Queen St. West in Toronto.

Our Hours are:

  • Monday to Friday 10 AM – 7PM
  • Saturday 10 AM – 6 PM
  • Sunday 12 PM – 5PM.

For inquiries please call (416) 504-6138 or e-mail [email protected]

Thank you for your support, let’s fill a car load!

Dukes November Deals

#Notatthebikeshow Fall Sale

The Fall Bike Show is coming to Toronto and we’re hosting our very own #Notatthebikeshow sale in store. We’re doing it bigger and better than ever before, the entire 2nd floor show-case will feature discounted bikes, parts, accessories, clothing and trainers from 20 to 70% off.

Shop early for door crashers and best picks!
Download the PDF Flyer .

Fall Jersey Sale

Come see us for exact sizes, styles and colours. Never noticed our fitting rooms? Well, we have them for you to try everything before you buy!

2018 Cannondale Summer Sale

Gary is slashing prices again so that you can take your new dream bike home before Summer ends!

  • 20% Off any 2018 Cannondale Model available in store.
  • 30% Off any 2017 Cannondale Model available in store.
  • 40% Off any remaining 2016 Cannondale Models available in store.
(Please note: Sale can not be combined with any other offer, discount applies to full price products only before tax)

For exact models, colours and sizes available please give us a call (416) 504-6138 or visit us in store at 625 Queen St W , Toronto, ON M5V 2B7.

Get Yer Gravel On!

Gravel Information night, March 28. Brought to you by  Duke’s Cycle, Cannondale and Substance Projects.

Wondering about the gravel bike hype?  Racing Gravel events this year?b Join us for a fun evening on March 28  to  talk about all things gravel!  Topics include choosing a gravel bike,  gravel events,  gravel parts, gravel rides plus take away handy tips on gravel bike retrofits,  gravel bike setup and preparing for a gravel event.

S how and tell on the full line-up of Cannondale SE gravel bikes,  see the just-released gravel bikes from Trek and Ibis .

Dan Marshall  from Substance Events will be on hand to talk about the Eager Beaver and El Bandito races, and what it takes to finish and succeed at these fun gravel events! Register for the series in-store and get something cool from Fabric .

Refreshments- included.  Admission- free!

RSVP HERE er e-mail [email protected], subject line “Gravel Info Nite RSVP”.

MAKE A KID HAPPY – Get your kid’s bike orders in before December 14th and we’ll get it to you before Christmas. Shipping and packaging available.  Take a look at our

Dukes Kid’s Bikes – Christmas Flyer

IBIS Demo Days July 15 & 16 2017

If you’ve ever been curious about Ibis mountain bikes, come see what makes Ibis riders fans for life! Duke’s Cycle is bringing you two great opportunities to try a few models out on the trails:

Location 1: Saturday July 15, 12pm -6 pm Kelso Conservation Area, Upper Parking Lot

Location 1:  Sunday July 16, 10 am – 6pm Don Valley Trails, Redway Road Loblaws trailhead

What you need: helmet, ID (credit card + drivers license or government photo ID).

The demo is free ( of course(!) but park admission is required at Kelso. details at: http:// entrance-fees

If you are already a happy Ibis owner, come on out to say hello! RSVP on our facebook event page below and check back for updates – list of models and sizes!

WOW deal of the day ! #notatthebikeshow

Hot off the (proverbial) press, our WOW deal for today. Get’em while we got’em folks!