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7 top bicycle stocks to buy in 2024

Ready to invest in the bike industry? Learn how to invest in bicycle stocks in just a few steps.

The best bicycle stocks depend on your portfolio and investment goals — while volatility can be ideal for day traders, long-term investors will want to look to stocks with steadier gains over time.

The top bike stocks included on this page all trade on the S&P 500, have an analyst recommendation of "Buy" or better and are sorted by year-to-date performance.

  1. Vista Outdoor (VSTO)
  2. Allegion (ALLE)
  3. Peloton Interactive (PTON)
  4. Dorel Industries (DII-B)
  5. Halfords Group PLC ADR (HLFDY)
  6. Accell Group (ACCEL)
  7. Shimano Inc ADR (SMNNY)

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How to invest in bicycle stocks

  1. Choose an online stock trading platform. Choose from our Top Picks above, use our comparison table below or jump straight to the best stock trading apps of 2024.
  2. Sign up for an account. Provide your personal information and sign up.
  3. Set up a funding method to pay for the transaction. Deposit funds into your account by linking your banking information.
  4. Choose the stocks you want to buy. Search for the stock by name or ticker symbol like VSTO or ALLE.
  5. Place your order. Buy the stock. It's that simple.

Take a deeper dive into bicycle stocks

If you're interested in investing in the bike industry, take a closer look at what companies in this industry do and how the stocks have historically performed. Keep in mind that positive past performance doesn't guarantee that a stock will continue to rise in the future.

1. Vista Outdoor (VSTO)

Vista Outdoor Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets outdoor recreation and shooting sports products. in the United States and internationally.

Vista Outdoor stock opened the day at $35.59 after a previous close of $35.96. The latest price was $35.94 (25-minute delay). Vista Outdoor is listed on the NYSE, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD2.7 billion and employs 6,400 staff.

  • Market capitalization: $2,096,595,712
  • PEG ratio: 0.73

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2. Allegion (ALLE)

Allegion plc manufactures and sells mechanical and electronic security products and solutions worldwide. The company offers door controls and systems and exit devices; locks, locksets, portable locks, and key systems and services; electronic security products and access control systems; time, attendance, and workforce productivity systems; doors, accessories, and other. It also provides services and software, which includes inspection, maintenance, and repair services for its automatic entrance solutions; and software as a service, including access control, IoT integration, and workforce management solutions, as well as aftermarket services, design and installation offerings, and locksmith services.

Allegion stock opened the day at $116.99 after a previous close of $118.68. The latest price was $116.36 (25-minute delay). Allegion is listed on the NYSE, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD$3.6 billion and employs 12,200 staff.

  • Market capitalization: $10,174,600,192
  • P/E ratio: 18.9821
  • PEG ratio: 2.1869

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3. Peloton Interactive (PTON)

Peloton Interactive, Inc. operates interactive fitness platform in North America and internationally. The company offers connected fitness products with touchscreen that streams live and on-demand classes under the Peloton Bike, Peloton Bike+, Peloton Tread, Peloton Tread+, Peloton Guide, and Peloton Row names.

Peloton Interactive stock opened the day at $3.65 after a previous close of $3.71. The latest price was $3.81 (25-minute delay). Peloton Interactive is listed on the NASDAQ, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD$2.7 billion and employs 400 staff.

  • Market capitalization: $1,423,925,760

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4. Dorel Industries (DII-B)

Dorel Industries Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, sourcing, marketing, and distribution of home and juvenile products worldwide. The company operates through Dorel Home and Dorel Juvenile segments.

Dorel Industries stock opened the day at C$6.92 after a previous close of C$6.95. The latest price was C$7.03 (25-minute delay). Dorel Industries is listed on the TO and has a trailing 12-month revenue of around CAD$1.4 billion. All prices are listed in Canadian Dollars.

  • Market capitalization: $224,679,872

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5. Halfords Group PLC ADR (HLFDY)

Halfords Group plc, through its subsidiaries, provides motoring and cycling products and services in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. The company operates through two segments, Retail and Car Servicing. The Retail segment is involved in the retail of automotive, leisure, cycling products and accessories, auto parts, and accessories through its stores and online.

Halfords Group PLC ADR stock opened the day at $3.64 after a previous close of $3.64. The latest price was $3.64 (25-minute delay). Halfords Group PLC ADR is listed on the PINK, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USDC$1.7 billion and employs 12,000 staff.

  • Market capitalization: $398,448,960
  • P/E ratio: 9.5789
  • PEG ratio: 0

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6. Accell Group (ACCEL)

Accell Group N. V. designs, develops, produces, and markets bicycles, bicycle parts, and accessories. The company sells its products under the Lapierre, Haibike, Raleigh, Carqon, Sparta, XLC, Batavus, Ghost, Babboe, Winora, Koga, Van Nicholas, Loekie, Atala, Bike Parts, Juncker, Carraro, Nishiki, and Tunturi brands in the Netherlands, Germany, other European countries, and internationally.

Accell Group is listed on the AS, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around EUR$1.4 billion and employs 3,500 staff. All prices are listed in Euros.

  • Market capitalization: $1,545,384,320
  • P/E ratio: 22.1346
  • PEG ratio: 0

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7. Shimano Inc ADR (SMNNY)

Shimano Inc. develops, produces, and distributes bicycle components, fishing tackles, and rowing equipment. It has operations in Japan, Asia, Europe, North America, Latin America, and Oceania.

Shimano Inc ADR stock opened the day at $16.20 after a previous close of $16.39. The latest price was $16.20 (25-minute delay). Shimano Inc ADR is listed on the PINK, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD€448.8 billion and employs 9,703 staff.

  • Market capitalization: $14,572,872,704
  • P/E ratio: 35.2174
  • PEG ratio: 3.278

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Bottom line

While it’s possible to turn a profit investing in bicycle stocks, keep in mind that — like any investment — bicycle stocks are not immune to risk. These stocks are subject to fluctuating conditions — both in the market and in the bike industry, so carefully vet your picks before you invest. And if you’re new to investing, or if it’s been awhile since you’ve taken a critical look at your investing accounts, compare brokers to make sure you’re getting the best features in your trading account.

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