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you can now order on-line and get it shipped to you , order on-line and pick up in store or order in store and pick up in store . Whatever is convenient for you .
Bicycles are in store pick up only (manufacturer's requirement ) please have us fit you first before ordering so that you get the right size
We are busy adding new product to our online catalog, but our in store stock is quite a bit larger so if you are in the area stop by and visit us .
Kickback Rewards Program
We are now engaging in a rewards program called kickback. When you buy something from us or other participating stores, you get credit towards future purchases that can either be used with us or any of the other participating stores locally and nationally. Go here for more info.
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Today's Cycling Tip
Maintain Your Seatpost - One important and often-neglected maintenance task is seatpost lubrication. Left alone, steel and aluminum seatposts can actually freeze in steel and aluminum frames due to corrosion from water that seeps between the seatpost and frame on wet rides. To prevent this and keep the post moving freely, extract it about every two months (more frequently if you ride in wet conditions a lot) and apply a light coat of lube inside the seat tube on the frame (if you smear the lube on the seatpost, it'll get scraped off when you slide the post into the frame). Please note that most manufacturers do not recommend greasing carbon frames or carbon seatposts. Please ask if you have any questions about your bicycle.
Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day
platform damping –
A feature found on many mountain bike shocks and some suspension forks. Platform damping stiffens the suspension for efficient pedaling, while allowing the shock to stay active to absorb larger bumps on the trail.