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  • Trek 8.3 DS - 2015
    $659.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    Streets and paths, suburbs and woods; return to the simple joys of cycling with Trek's 8.3 DS. This go-anywhere machine is road-bike fast, hybrid-bike capable and fun… [more]

  • Trek MT 60 - Girls - 2015
    $329.99

    Trek's MT 60 is prepared to take your youngster anywhere! It boasts Trek's light, great-riding Alpha aluminum frame and a bump-busting suspension fork to smooth every… [more]

  • Stan's NoTubes Tire Sealant (Pint)
    $16.00

    If you've heard the expression "to Stan's a tire," it's referring to Stan's Tire Sealant. Put the recommended amount of this liquid sealant in your road, mountain, and… [more]

  • Trek Girl's Kickster - 2015
    $149.99

    Trek's Kickster gets the next generation learning their balance early, and way faster than with training wheels. The low saddle lets little legs reach the ground and… [more]

  • ENVE M90 Ten 26 DH Wheelset
    $2,718.00 - $2,748.00

    Continuing the tradition of ENVE's venerable, World-Cup-winning DH wheels, the M90 Ten 26 DH Wheels charge ahead of the competition. ENVE's US-manufactured M-Series… [more]

  • Trek Jet 16 - 2015
    $219.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.0 stars
     (29 Reviews)

    Trek's Jet 16 delivers a great ride plus rugged durability and reliability you'll really appreciate. And, your child will love the cool looks and sharp moto styling. The… [more]

 

 

Today's Tip

Let Us Help You Pick The Right Helmet - Many helmets are designed to be road- or mountain-bike specific. Road helmets tend to be sleeker, more aerodynamic and are designed to force air through the front vents for cooling. Mountain bike helmets are made to allow heat to radiate through the top because airflow and riding speeds are slower. Most off-road models include visors, which come in handy because you sit more upright on a mountain bike and the visor cuts glare when the late evening or early morning sun flashing through the trees makes it difficult to see the trail. While it's not essential to use a category-specific helmet for your cycling, it's definitely a case of form following function and you should give it some thought. We have a great selection of helmets to choose from, and we're here to help you with the decision and the perfect fit.