El Frondoso Bicycle Shop - Tune up and Repair - New and Used Bicycles and Parts - We Also True Wheels

El Frondoso

Bicycle Workshop

Find Us

West New York's
first bicycle shop!

Our Location

One block from Blv. East

6009 Park Ave

West New York, NJ 07093

(201) 256-5151View Map


Monday 9:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM - 8:30 PM

We understand that having your bicycle in proper working order is important.

So if our shop is closed, call us and we will come to your location and pick it up or even fix it right there!!!
[Minimum fee must be met]

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Limited Time Only!

Every 6th person that comes in for a service, will get a gear and brake tune-up on us. You read that right: free.


Knowing how much bicycles are a part of our lives, we know it holds true for many of our clients.

Because of this, we offer an exclusive service that is not found anywhere else. We will come pick up your bicycle and deliver it back, or even fix it at your home or job. [Minimum fee must be met]

If it's an emergency, we are also willing to work with you as swiftly as possible.

Call for more information.

If for some reason we do not have your part in stock, we can look through our catalogues to find it. You might even find a specific component that you have been coveting. [deposit required]

Sometimes a new component or part isn't required. Ask us about our second-hand components.

Some of the services we offer include but are not limited to:

  • Wheel Building Specialists
  • Tune-ups
  • Bicycle Assembly
  • Buy and Sell Bicycles
  • New and Used Parts For Sale

About Us

I started back in Mexico, working with car parts in a workshop. After coming to the US in 1986 I thought to myself "Why not work with bicycles?"

At first I was working with a company fixing and assembling bicycle wheels. I would spend hours working on them, sometimes up to 1000 in a day.

As time passed, I wanted to learn more about bicycles and started fixing them in my basement. Years passed and people always asked me: "Why don't you open up your own shop?", "You can fix bikes and you have your own parts."

Eventually, I opened up a small shop and named it "El Frondoso" a nickname given to me when I was young. My son and daughter work with me, a true family owned business was created.

Jorge is the one person you would normally find in the shop by himself. Usually on his phone learning how to fix certain things or how to use a tool. He's very smart and a mechanic in his own right.

Monica is the "secretary" of the shop. She's usually the girl that is either looking on her laptop or in a catalog, searching for updates or new pieces or tools the shop needs. Not much of a mechanic herself, she can definitely hold her own in a bicycle related conversation.