Sunday 10 - 5
Monday 11 - 7
Tuesday 11 - 7
Wednesday 11 - 7
Thursday 11 - 7
Friday 11 - 7
Saturday 10 - 7
Sunday 12 - 5
Monday 12 - 6
Wednesday 12 - 6
Thursday 12 - 6
Friday 12 - 6
Saturday 12 - 6
Limited parking available while you visit Pedal & Paddle at the rear entrance, accessed by Old Queen Alley.
Find out about the benefits of becoming a Pedal & Paddle
Pedal & Paddle hosts two group ride options starting from the shop every weekend. Please email Eddie to receive weekly e-mail updates as the ride routes and times vary based on the season and weather. Ride options include routes 30 to 50 miles and a more leisurely ride 10 to 15 miles. Visit our profile at Map My Ride for more fun rides!
Voted Best Bike Shop for four years running:
Community Partnerships & Events
Bicycle Maintenance Classes for Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts
Saturday mornings January through March
Complimentary classes for Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts offered here at Pedal & Paddle on Saturday mornings January thru March from 11am to 12pm. Learn about basic bicycle maintenance and how to change a tire. Limited to groups of 10 people and reservations are required. Please do NOT bring your bike due to limited space. Call 304-876-3000 to make a reservation.
C&O Sixth Annual Trail Cleanup
Saturday, March 15, 2014
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Come join us to help clean up the trash along the C&O Canal near Shepherdstown. Help preserve and clean up our local historical treasure and have fun doing it. Give us a call at the shop with any questions.
Meet at 115 W. German Street at 7:30 a.m. for coffee. Cleanup starts down at the Canal at 8:00 a.m.
Casa River Century
Saturday, May 17, 2014
Since opening in 2007, Pedal & Paddle has donated mechanical support for the Casa River Century in support of Rock Casa, an organization dedicated to helping abused children. The ride begins in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, and meanders thru the beautiful rolling terrain of the Eastern Panhandle. This event offers distance options of 100, 75, 50, and 25 miles.
Greenbrier Challenge Mountain Bike Race
May 18, 2014
The Greenbrier Challenge Mountain Bike Race has open entry for any cyclist with a race license and up to the challenge! Or just come out for a day of fun and support the cyclists.
Saturday, October 4, 2014
The Freedoms Run was started by world class runner and Shepherdstown local Dr. Mark Cucuzzella in 2009. This running event visits three national parks in 26.2 miles and offers something for everyone including marathon, half marathon, 10K, 5K, and Kid's Fun Run. Pedal & Paddle donates a bike each year to be raffled off to the Kid's Fun Run participants so be sure to sign up for this FREE raffle if you participate in the Kid's Fun Run! Freedoms Run headquarters is located two doors down from Pedal & Paddle at the Two River Treads shoe store.
Hagerstown/Washington County Convention & Visitors Bureau
Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce
Martinsburg Berkley CVB
Friends of The Shepherdstown Riverfront
Friends of The Shepherdstown Riverfront is dedicated to the preserving the history and ensuring the future of the historical Shepherdstown Riverfront and Mecklenburg Tobacco House. Our own Eddie Sampson is a board member dedicated to preserving our local history.
Jefferson County, WV's Eastern Gateway
Shepherdstown is located in Jefferson County, where our proximity to the Washington and Baltimore metro areas make it a neat place to visit on your way to or from the city, and a prime getaway spot for people living in those metro areas as well.
Two River Treads
Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail
The Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail corridor encompasses the area from the Nation's Capital to the Allegheny Mountains and is filled with history, culture, and outdoor adventure. The network offers opportunities for hiking, biking, paddling, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing.
League of American Bicyclists
Website: League of American Bicyclists.
Great Allegheny Passage
The Great Allegheny Passage rail-trail offers 150 miles of hiking and biking between Cumberland, MD, and Pittsburgh, PA. In Cumberland, the GAP joins the C&O Canal Towpath, creating a continuous 335 mile long trail experience to Washington, DC. This continuous traffic-free route draws cyclists from all over the world to tour by bicycle or by foot.