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Big companies don’t make great bikes. Great people do.

We help people make the most of their bike ride by creating some of the most original, easy to enjoy, and best performing bicycle products.

We make bikes for everybody – as cycling develops and grows worldwide, we’re looking for more great people to join us. If you’re looking to enjoy working in a culture of innovation with a team of like-minded people, then we may have something for you here.

If you love riding bikes as much as we do, then we’re already on the same page. Let’s see what we can create together.


Dorel Sports employees are motivated by our passion to be the world’s leading bike portfolio company.  Every project, every meeting, every moment is an opportunity to create the perfect ride for millions of consumers around the world.  From a Sunday family ride to the Tour de France, Dorel Sports employees are helping people all over the world find the perfect ride.   

We are always looking to hire top talent! 

  • Please upload your resume for review.  While we may not have an immediate need we will hold your resume on file for potential future opportunities.

Dorel Sports is a segment of Dorel Industries, Inc, (TSX: DII.B, DII.A), with four operating divisions, Cycling Sports Group, Pacific Cycle Group and Caloi. With a comprehensive range of brands including Cannondale, Schwinn, GT, Mongoose, Caloi, Charge Bikes, KidTrax, GURU and Fabric we sell our products in more than 100 countries across 11 categories including Kids, Cruisers, Hybrids, Urban, BMX, X-Country, Downhill, Triathlon, Road, E-bike and Battery Powered Ride-Ons.  With more than 120 active patents around the world innovation is a top priority for us.


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