360 Cycles - Bike Shop in Clontarf, Dublin 3

We are a Dublin bicycle shop, located on the picturesque coastline in Clontarf. We are a customer service driven company, which prides ourselves on our long opening hours (8pm Mon-Sat6pm Sun & Bank Holidays) and precision mechanics. We only close 3 days a year (Dec 25th & 26thJan 1st) and thrive to be the best and most intimate shop we can possibly be. We are always open to feedback or appraisal; if you would like to make any suggestions, please call, email or visit the shop. 


Stop in for a repair, a quick browse or even just a bicycle chat and cup of hot complimentary Nespresso Coffee. Our friendly and passionate crew of staff/cyclists will be more than happy to assist you. Advice is always free.

We stock many brands, but our major brands are; Merida, Cannondale, Fuji, Endura and Oakley. We do all nature of bicycle repairs including buggies, bicycle fitting and bike rentals. 

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MERIDA’s company founder Ike Tseng (1932–2012) was a very honour-able person and a real visionary. During a trip through the USA at the beginning of the 1970s, he discovered a note at the door of a bike shop stating that not any bikes from Taiwan were accepted for repair due to bad quality. This annoyed Ike Tseng – and already shortly afterwards in September 1972, the first production plant of his company Merida Industry Co., Ltd. was opened in Yuanlin (Taiwan). The man whose life motto was “move with passion and courage” chose the name “Merida” intentionally: The rough translation of the three syllables “Me-Ri-Da” means that the company’s intention is to manufacture only beautiful and high-quality products enabling anyone to reach her or his destination as pleasantly as possible. But Ike Tseng wouldn’t have been himself if he had been satisfied with the successful realization of his plan to be able to offer high-quality bikes “Made in Taiwan”. So in 1988, he took the second big step by launching the independent brand MERIDA: In accordance with the corporate philosophy, the frames of a complete range of sophisticated and internationally recognized bikes should be graced deservedly by the three syllables “Me-Ri-Da”.

In 2013, MERIDA celebrates its 25th anniversary – and justifiably so, we are very proud to live up to the expectations of our founder. By combining an experienced German R&D centre with excellent Taiwanese production competence, MERIDA is able to satisfy demanding bikers with everything imaginable – models for children, e-bikes or high-end racing machines. We are especially proud of the fact that MERIDA lives up to its ultimate athletic ambition every year by equipping elite pilots like the MTB riders of the MULTIVAN MERIDA BIKING TEAM or the pro road racers of the TEAM LAMPRE-MERIDA with top-level “working tools” scoring highest athletic honours very regularly.

On the occasion of this successful quarter of a century, we are also proud to present our customers a new appearance of the brand MERIDA with Model Year 2014: MORE BIKE. Because a MERIDA always offers the essential “more” which gives you the pleasant feeling of having chosen the right bike.


Fuji Bikes, is an American-owned Japanese brand of bicycles and cycling equipment.  A bicycle manufacturer originally established in Japan in 1899. The company took its name and logo from Mount Fuji, a Japanese symbol of strength and endurance. After ownership changes, the company was purchased by Advanced Sports International of PhiladelphiaPennsylvania.



Cannondale is an American bicycle manufacturer that revolutionized bike design. The company does more than just design and produce bikes. Today, the manufacturer offers apparel and accessories just as innovative as the bikes that built their reputation. Cannondale claims to be the leading manufacturer of high-end cycles and the industry’s most competitive designer. The history of Cannondale dates back to 1971.

In 1983  Cannondale  introduced the first Cannondale bicycle.

Cannondale Company has been a subsidiary of Dorel Industries. Cannondale no longer manufacturers bikes in the United States. In 2009, Dorel moved all manufacturing to Asia. Bicycle Retailer and Industry News reports that all Cannondale bikes now come from overseas. Today Cannondale produces all-aluminum, aluminum-carbon and all-carbon fiber bikes. They sponsor racing teams and get many design ideas from professional athletes. The company's mission is to create quality products with innovative designs that inspire cyclists around the world.