Roaring Mouse Cycles is a friendly, attitude-free bike shop in a spectacular Crissy Field location.
Crissy Field Region
Retail & Services
Accessible Parking, Paid Parking, Bike Parking, Muni Bus-accessible
Opened in 2001, Roaring Mouse Cycles was founded on the idea of making your cycling experience as enjoyable as possible. Whether you’re shopping for a new set of wheels, need a tune up, or want an expert to review the fit of your current bike, Roaring Mouse Cycles can help.
Want company? They also offer group rides where you can hit the road while meeting new people.
Muni Route: 30
Stop: Sports Basement Parking Lot
Crissy Field parking is available along Mason Street and behind La Petite Baleen Swim School. There is also a lot at the end of Mason Street, a short walk away.
Roaring Mouse Cycles is run by true cycling enthusiasts, eager to share their passion with anyone who walks in the door. You won’t find high pressure salespeople or standoffish mechanics. Instead, the welcoming team will offer creative solutions and personalized support to get you back on the road.
Accessible parking is available on Mason Street, in front of the Roaring Mouse Cycles entrance.
Roaring Mouse Cydle’s experienced sales team, repair technicians, and Retül certified fit specialists offer service with a smile – alongside stunning Golden Gate Bridge views.
Roaring Mouse has a showroom with bikes and apparel. They also offer bike service and repair by appointment.
There’s nothing more fun that hitting the road with friends. Check the Roaring Mouse Cycles website to learn about their next group ride and other special events.
Roaring Mouse is in Building 934, a former aircraft engine test facility. Originally built in 1921 as part of the U.S. Army Air Service’s Air Coast defense station at Crissy Field, it’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places and contributes to the Presidio’s National Historic Landmark status.
The cycle shop takes its name from the 1959 Peter Sellers movie, and 1955 novel, The Mouse That Roared, which has come to symbolize the triumph of the underdog.
After you buy or repair your ride, take it out for a spin in the Presidio. Learn about great bike rides (including on the nearby Bay Trail SF/Golden Gate Promenade on the Bicycling in the Presidio page.
I loved the building from day one. I felt a connection to the location's history as an airfield. After all, it was two bike mechanics – the Wright brothers – that invented modern flight.”