Spireites trio Eoin Doyle, Tendayi Darikwa and goalkeeping coach Eric Nixon recently visited local cycling chain JE James Cycles.
The company are in the process of supplying the Spireites with two high-tech bicycles which will help the injured players with their rehabilitation programmes.
The shop, on Brimington Road North, has also agreed to refurbish two bikes the Spireites are already using.
Manager of the chain, Dean Poole, is of the belief that cycling is one of the best ways to maintain fitness, explaining why his store has gifted another two bikes.
he said said: “The guys have been down from the football ground and we are supplying them with a couple of bikes, as well as servicing their old bikes to keep them fit.
“The bikes will help them recover from injuries and we have supplied them with some really nice mountain bikes. Cycling is very low impact and it keeps them mobile so it is good for all areas of the body.
“Hopefully the boys will be able to get some good results on the board with them.”
Striker Doyle has been impressed with the benefit cycling has had for the team and can see the bikes being particularly helpful for players coming back from injury.
Doyle said: “From a fitness aspect it is great for stuff such as pre-season, but more importantly for the injured lads, obviously they might not be able to run, so it is great for the rehabilitation stuff.”