Sun's Traditional Trike 24 features a low step-through frame for easy on/off and an oversized saddle for supreme comfort. Plus, this trick trike boasts a singlespeed…
Louis Garneau's Santa Cruz Skirt is as stylish as it is comfortable. Garneau's Microtwill and spandex fabric blends provide stretch fit, and the detachable mesh inner…
Go for a spin on the road, path or trail. Giant's Sedona DX lets you turn everyday rides into mini adventures. The Sedona is designed with the stable, confident stance…
Travel fast in urban environments with this state-of-the-art mobility bike. Giant's Quick-E+ is a sleek transit bike is designed for the urban dweller who wants to…
“Don’t seek to follow in the footsteps of the masters, seek what they sought” -Matsuo Hoffman's Seeker is the next bike for the rider who is looking to take his riding…
Forget about cold hands and concentrate on riding with Garneau's WindTex Eco Flex 2 Gloves. Crafted from windproof, breathable softshell fabric, these great gloves…
New this year!!
We carry electric bikes and also can retrofit most bikes with electric assist by E-BikeKit
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The more research you do, the more you understand why our bikes are your best, safest, most honest value. We're ready to help you whenever you can stop by. While you're on line you can visit a website called BikesRNotToys. This site offers good advice on the differences in bicycles and what to consider when shopping for a new bike.
Check Chain Wear - If you ride a lot, you should inspect your chain every six months or so to see if it should be replaced. Check chain wear by leaning your bike against a wall and pushing on a pedal to load the chain. Then, pick any chain pin on the top of the chain and measure to any pin 12 inches away. Because the links are exactly an inch long when new, you should be able to measure exactly 12 inches between two pins. If the measurement is 12 1/8 inches, or longer, it's time to replace the chain. Keep in mind, that when you replace the chain, you may also need to replace the cassette because they wear at approximately the same rate.