The Dana Point location is our flag ship store.  Offering the best in service, parts, accessories, apparel and bikes. The first of its kind in Orange County offering a full service coffee, food and beer experience.

34150 Pacific Coast Hwy, Dana Point, CA 92629
Mon-Fri 9am-6pm
Sat 7am-5pm, Sun 9am-4pm

  • Sales, Service and Rentals
  • Rides
  • Bike Fit Center
  • Coffee, Beer and Food


Drop Your Bike For Service On Your Way To Work!


We are a boutique-style bike store, offering specialized goods and services, staffed with cyclists, racers and experts in everything road, MTB and triathlon cycling. The magic of Bike Religion Dana Point needs to be experienced.

A Dana Point Destination!

Start and end your ride at Bike Religion! Fair Dinkum Coffee and Beer Co. is located in the Bike Religion building, offering the best coffee, protein shakes, beer and food in Orange County. 


Need financing? We also offer that – with approved credit – if you don’t want to use your cash or credit cards for your purchase.

Bike Religion Club

Bike Religion Dana Point is also the home of the Bike Religion Club. Set yourself up in Bike Religion gear including cycling kits, t-shirts, socks, water bottles and more.

Come join the escape……

Electric Bikes are essential to your outdoor lifestyle

Electric pedal assist bikes are so much fun. At Bike Religion Dana Point we have a range of bikes that you can come down at test ride for free. There is no reason to give up on your regular pedal powered bicycle. Outdoors, exercise and fitness are an important daily...

Service your bike

Bike Religion has been voted best bike shop for 2015, 2016 and 2017. Every bike shop sells bikes, but what differentiates us is our focus on service and parts. Come on down to our Dana Point store and meet our team. A well equipped team  with experienced mechanics,...

Family that rides together stays together

Family time is so important. And outside activities are so good for your health and well being. If you haven't experienced biking with the family you should. There are so many places you can ride safely. Parks, bike paths, beaches, canyons, fire trails to list a few...