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  • Trek 8.3 DS - 2015/2016
    $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 7.2 FX - 2015
    $489.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (200 Reviews)

    You'll enjoy the fun and also get in shape, on Trek's sporty 7.2 FX. This versatile machine features a light aluminum frame with easy-rolling, road bike size wheels, a… [more]

  • Fitbikeco VH 1 - 2015
    $399.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    Fitbikeco’s VH 1 is a street machine, just like its legendary namesake Van Homan. The chromoly top tube, down tube, and head tube strengthen the whole bike, while the… [more]

  • Polar Bottle Insulated Bottle (Pattern Series)
    $10.99 - $11.99

    Polar's Insulated Bottles keep liquids cooler, longer so you enjoy crisp, refreshing drinks even at the end of your rides. These excellent bottles are BPA- and… [more]

  • Cannondale CAAD10 105 5 - 2015
    $1,680.00

    At the front of the group ride, or pushing for a new PR, Cannondale's CAAD10 105 is a hard bike to beat! Cannondale's masterfully engineered SmartFormed aluminum frame… [more]

  • Trek 7.4 FX - 2015
    $769.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (23 Reviews)

    Light. Sporty. Lively. Trek's 7.4 FX is perfect for getting in shape or ditching the car and pedaling to your errands or to work. Its lightweight aluminum frame gets up… [more]

 

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.