Our Current Dealers. From East to West.

Interested in carrying Rivendells? Take a look at this page.

(Please call them to check availability before making a 3 hour drive.)

All nice people.

Maine Bike Works

885 Portland Road

Saco, ME 04072



C&L Cycles

978 Rachel East and 75 Villeneuve West.

Montreal, Canada



Utility Bicycle Works

228 Wall Street

Kingston, NY, 12401


Analog Cycles

PO Box 574

East Poultney, VT 05741


Crust Bicycles

3416 Hull St

Richmond VA 23224


Hope Cyclery

104 Franklin St #2,

Johnstown, PA 15901

(814) 955-0500


Mack's Bike and Goods

2536 Ewing Ave,

Evanston, IL 60201

(847) 877-8877



Halcyon Bike

2802 12th Ave S

Nashville, TN 37204



The Psychic Derailleur

1125 W. 16th St.

Indianapolis, IN 46202

(317) 939 1960


Revolution Cycles

2330 Atwood Ave

Madison, WI 53704

608) 244-0009


Eastside Pedal Pushers

4607 Bolm Rd Suite B

Austin, TX 78702

(512) 826-3414


Saturday Cycles

605 300 West

Salt Lake City UT 84103

(801) 935 4605


Golden Pliers

1451 N. Skidmore St.

Portland, OR, 97217

(971) 808 5795


Blue Heron Cycles

1306 Gilman St.

Berkeley, CA 94706


Silva Cycles

901 Camden Ave. Ste 6A

Campbell, CA 95008
(408) 871 1430


Golden Saddle Cyclery

1618 Lucile Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90026

(323) 661 1174


Blue Lug

Hatagaya 2-32-3, Shibuya, Tokyo


2 Chome-38-5 Kamiuma, Setagaya, Tokyo 154-0011, Japan


Rivendell began and is still 95 percent an us-to-you business, with no dealer in the mix. It's a good way to sell speciality, high-end goods that are far off the mainstream and often require more expertise and passion than a typical bike shop, spread so thin over so many brands, can muster.

But these dealers know the score.

We don't want our bikes presented as charming throw-backs, yet that's how typical bike shop would present them. We don't make homage-to-the-past bikes. We make all metal, mechanical, muscle-powered bicycles that are relevant now and will never be made obsolete or irrelevant by another round of technological uptics.

Our focus both limits the number of dealers who'd be interested in our bikes, and, frankly, the number of dealers we can entrust with selling these bikes. So we make sure they're well-informed, but always keep our fingers crossed. They are supposed to size you the same way we do. We vet them and do our best to keep them informed, but we don't control them. They are independent.

Sometimes we're asked: Do I buy from the Rivendell dealer in town, or direct, from you? Buy from whoever helped you the most in person or on the phone. Or spread it around, if they helped and we did, too. If you find out about the bikes at one of our few dealer shops, and you take up their time and test ride their bike, buy from them.

If you find out about a bike from us and your dealer doesn't have it and won't order it, get it from us. If they don't have it but can order it, get it from them.

Buy from helpers.

If my favorite dealer isn't a Riv-dealer, can they get the bike for me?

Nope. They have to go thru the rigmarole of becoming a bona fide dealer. They can figure out how. It starts with an email to Or you buy the bike and we can ship it to them for assembly. They probably won't have experience with our Silver shifters, but everything else should be familiar to them.