You might already be familiar with Cap’s, the name has been around for a long time (since 1932), but the times have changed and so have we. Let me introduce myself - I'm the Bike Guy, Gordon Hobbis, and the owner of CAP'S SAPPERTON, the original Cap’s.
Cap is my Dad and I’ve been working in the family business for as long as I can remember. I’ve done this for so long that I decided to buy the Sapperton store for myself. The same life long commitment to helping people enjoy cycling in a store that reflects what I love about cycling.
一本大道道香蕉a-Our store is a combination of how we love to ride. I’m a family man so I want to look after the kids and parents. We have experts on staff to give you great advice on riding to work or getting the groceries, touring across Canada or around town, gearing up for a fast road ride or tackling a Gran Fondo. From folding bikes to cruisers, 29r's to carbon racers we'll most likely have a bike for you. With our 5000 square foot test area we welcome you to explore the world of possibilities and get the ride that is right for you.
青草视频今天你寂寞了吗-Our store motto is “Get Back Into Cycling” and that is what we put our energy into every single day. Has it been a while since you were a rider? Do you want to know what is different in bikes today? We carry the selection of product and have the expertise to assist you in meeting your cycling dreams so come and visit!
Cap's 'The Original' was the first of Cap's shops established in 1932. The store is still full of amazing museum worthy bicycles dating back to the 1800s.
The staff at this stand alone Cap's location prides itself on excellent customer service. Whether you are looking to fix your child's 12" bike with a flat tire, or have your high end carbon road bike serviced, we're your shop. We have the best brands and want to get you onto the bike that fits your needs.
Please browse our website and come by and check out our store.
We're located in the historic Sapperton neighbourhood in New Westminster, right by the Royal Columbian and just a few short blocks from the Sapperton Skytrain Station.