Cafe, bike shop, rentals & shuttles


Bike Stop Café serves all types of cyclists. We stock a selection of road, mountain, and cruiser bikes at very competitive prices. We sell and repair new and used bikes! Katy Trail Bike Rental & Shuttles

We have bicycle rentals all year long!  Call 636-724-9900 to make your reservation

We carry Jamis and Felt bicycles, along with a variety of parts, accessories, and more. We would be more than happy to place special orders with any of our vendors!

Bike Service

As a bike shop we have a variety of services to choose from. Check out our Bike Services link for pricing and more information. Have any questions or special requests? Give us a call and we would be glad to help!

Cycling For All

Bike Stop Café is at the nexus of St. Charles cycling.  A hub for road, mountain and casual riding, we are located on a popular route, nestled in a walk-able, bike-able neighborhood, and seated between two mountain biking trails;  but most people come to ride the world-famous Katy Trail.

10 Things You Can Do To Support Cycling

1.  Ride your bike!  Ride it to the store, to work, for fun, for exercise, to look cool.  Doesn't matter, just ride!


2.  Join a local trail building organization like GORC (Gateway Off Road Cyclists), or Trialnet.


3. Join a social ride group like SLAG (St. Louis Adventure Group).


4. Frequent businesses that are bicycle friendly.


5.  Get involved with legislative efforts to expand bike lanes and make cycling safer and more accessible to everyone.


6.  Remind others to Share the Road.


7.  Encourage kids to ride a bike (instead of watching TV). Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day is a fun way to get kids excited about biking again (remember how much you used to love it!). Its usually in October. Check the BSC calendar for details.


8.  Support non-profit cycling fundraisers like Pedal the Cause or Tour de Cure.


9.  Bring a friend biking. The Katy Trail is a great place to take someone who hasn't been on a bike in a while.


10. Support your local bike shops.  Buying local (not off of the Internet) promotes community and maintains a cycling presence in the