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  • Specialized Power Comp
    $99.99 - $100.00
    Product Rating
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    Specialized's lightweight Power Comp saddle is Body Geometry designed for both men and women to have top performance in a more aggressive position. Proven through… [more]


    PLUS WOMEN SHORT A traditional “Comfort fit” short. The looser, yet ergonomic fit makes this short the best choice for many different types of riders. Technical… [more]

  • Drymax TRI Sock

    Triathletes Should Wear Socks Hoping to save a few seconds some triathletes go sockless for their Bike/Run stages: this is risky. Unprotected feet are much more likely… [more]

  • NiteRider CherryBomb Taillight
    Product Rating
    5.0 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    NiteRider's CherryBomb Taillight keeps you safe and seen with a 1/2 watt high-power LED along with 2 smaller LEDs. Steady and flashing modes allow for run times up to 40… [more]

  • Reynolds Wheels 72/90 Aero Mixed Set

    72/90 AERO Mixed Set A New Way of Thinking Reynolds is pleased to offer its AERO Wheels in Mixed Sets. The 72/90 AERO set combines the best of aerodynamics, stability,… [more]


Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

tubular glue

The adhesive applied to the rim and tire to mount a tubular tire (also called a "sew-up tire").


Have you been dreaming of a new road bike or perhaps a mountain bike? Or maybe a hybrid or cruiser with a cushy seat is more your style...

If you're ready for a new bike, but you're not sure what to do with your old one, we're here to help!

In just four quick & easy steps, we can have you on brand new set of wheels sure to make you smile!

1) Bring us your old bike (please no 'big box' store bikes)

2) Let one of our skilled mechanics check it over and assess the value

3) Pick out your shiny new ride (plus a few FUN accessories, right?) Receive an instant trade in credit towards your purchase

4) Ride away on your new bike!

Today's Tip

Save Your Levers - When tightening brake levers and shifters don't get them too tight. You want them to move on impact so they'll be spared from the snapping forces of most crashes. And, with a little elbow grease, you'll also be able to "adjust" them back to normal on the spot so you can keep riding.