At BikePro we have a proud passion for all types of mountain and
road cycling endeavors. It is our aim and pleasure to provide the
very best service possible to our customers.
We work very hard and are dedicated to providing high quality parts
and labor at affordable prices. Since we opened our doors in July
2001, we have sold hundreds of bikes and offered specialty advice
to countless satisfied customers from every state in Australia. Our
specialist team has devoted itself to the promotion of not only
local cycling but also cycling all over the country.
All staff at bikepro are not only passionate fellow cyclists, but
also trained mechanics, who pride themselves on presenting the best
service and advice. Here at BikePRO, our pricing is very
competitive to make cycling more affordable to our customers. But
pricing is only a small part of the BikePRO experience.
We also offer an extremely fast delivery service to customers right
across Australia. As riders we understand that you need your order
as soon as possible, so we make it our mission to deliver the goods
as fast as humanly possible. Whether its a titanium water bottle
cage bolt or Campagnolo group set, if its in our stock, it will be
sent out the day you order it. Our aim is next day delivery, which
is made easier as local post office is located 10 meters from our
shop front. BikePRO's success has been strongly due to the
dedication of the staff members, Andy, Nick and Joe. All of whom
ride and are passionate cyclists.
All 3 members of staff come from strong cycling backgrounds,
although very different.
Retro photo, Andy with his 5th and last Colnago, 1986. Mavic
front and rear carbon disc, Sugino 75 carbon crank, Cinelli
clipless pedal. No aero helmet and aerobar . ( still a couple of
months & years away ).
Andy Choy, proprietor of bikePRO has been involved in cycling
for over 30 years. In 1974 he started road racing and ten years
later he had become the Hong Kong National Champion, represented
Hong Kong at the Commonwealth and Olympic Games, placed 4th in the
prestigious GP de Aalst in Belgium and ridden the Australian
Commonwealth Bank Classic.
Having completed the 'United States Sports Academic' coaching
diploma, Andy went on to become the National Coach of the Hong Kong
cycling team. Highlights of his coaching career were the success of
Wong Kam Po and David Miller. Under Andy's guidance, Wong became
the world point race Champion. Miller later became World Time Trial
Champion and wore the yellow jersey at the Tour de France.
Between 1983 and 1995 Andy ran a road bike only Pro Shop in Hong
Kong that stocked the latest cycling technology. Through the shop,
Andy dealt with many Australians and eventually decided to
immigrate to Australia in 1997. Starting a bike shop in Australia
was harder than he expected - he did not expect the local bike
industry to be so political! Unable to secure a road bike
dealership, in 2001 Andy concentrated running bikePRO as a
hard-core mountain bike shop. Not having any tattoos was another
unknown obstacle he had to overcome, but he soon earned the respect
of Victoria's hard-core downhill nutters!
Andy racing with the late British Road Champione
Peter Longbottom ( captain of Chris Boardman, manchester wheelers )
with his Raleigh 753, the best of British.