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2016 RBV Custom Kits are here!

     

NOW AVAILABLE...2016 LIMITED EDITION SHOP JERSEYS, SHORTS, & BIBS

 

 

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

boss or bosses

Not the guy(s) running the show, bicycle bosses (also called "braze-ons") are the posts attached to frames and forks to accept components and accessories. For example, the brake bosses on a fork are where the brakes are attached. And, water-bottle bosses are where the bottle cage is attached.

All You Need To Know: Our Tour de France Guide

The Tour de France is the toughest test in cycling!The 102nd Tour de France is here! Twenty-two teams battle over a course of 2,088 miles in hopes that their team captain will stand atop the podium. Do you want to know more about this glorious and grueling race? Start with our Tour Guide and then tune-in for daily coverage!

 

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

Seat Fore-And-Aft Adjustment Is Important, Too - For optimum comfort and pedaling efficiency, your saddle must be properly positioned over the pedals. When your crankarms and pedals are parallel to the ground, a plumb line dropped from the bony protrusion just below your knee should be either directly over, or 1-2 centimeters behind the pedal axle (on the forward crankarm). This setting varies according to personal preference and riding position. For example, if you are a spinner and like to pedal at high cadences (95 rpm plus), place the plumb line directly over the pedal axle. If you pedal at a slower cadence (80 to 90 rpm), you may find that you prefer a rearward position better. This is a tricky thing to determine and adjust without help. If you feel you need advice regarding bike fit, please call us or come in soon.

 
      ENJOY YOUR RIDE!