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Feature Items

  • Serfas Gel Shorts * Women's
    $70.00

    Ride all day in bliss with Serfas' Reactive 8 Panel Gel Shorts. They use a reactive gel chamois for frictionless, seamless comfort. Plus, the flatlock seams and 8-panel… [more]

  • Hammer Nutrition HEED 32 servings
    $29.95 - $30.00

    Hammer's top-of-the-line fuel utilizes an all-complex-carbohydrate formula as opposed to simple sugars, for consistent, long-lasting energy that won't cause energy… [more]

  • Michelin Pro4 Endurance
    $56.00
    $60.00 - $66.00

    Michelin's Pro4 Endurance is a high mileage, puncture resistant road tire that actually has the ride quality of a competition tire. Staff favorite. Designed foremost as… [more]

  • Shimano Women's SH-WM50 Shoes
    $100.00

    Shimano's Women's SH-WM50 Shoes offer top-notch technology at a wallet-friendly price. Their women's-specific curved lasts offer excellent fit and foot stability and… [more]

  • Serfas Gel Shorts * Men's
    $70.00

    Ride all day in bliss with Serfas' Reactive 8 Panel Gel Shorts. They use a reactive gel chamois for frictionless, seamless comfort. Plus, the flatlock seams and 8-panel… [more]

  • Topeak Mini 18+
    $29.95

    Never leave safety behind. Topeak's Mini 18+ folding tool lets you take it all with you without weighing you down. Its forged-aluminum body holds 18 tools including: 2,… [more]

  • Shimano SH-TR31 Shoes
    $140.00

    Quick transitions can be the key to victory, which is why Shimano's triathlon-specific SH-TR31 Shoes have large heel straps and an oversize, reverse closure. Further… [more]

  • Topeak MTX BeamRack
    $59.95

    Topeak's MTX BeamRack is an awesome way to add touring capacity to bikes that won't accept conventional racks, such as dual-suspension mountain bikes. The quick-release… [more]

  • Topeak MTX Dual-Side Frame
    $32.95

    Boost the carrying capacity of your Topeak MTX BeamRack (sold separately) with their Dual-Side Frame. It enables you to attach panniers and other Topeak MTX bags to your… [more]

  • Garmin Speed/Cadence Sensor
    $60.00

    Quantify your next ride with Garmin's Speed/Cadence Sensor. It's compatible with many of their GPS units and it conveniently attaches to your bike's chainstay to… [more]

  • Hollywood Expedition 2
    $140.00

    Hollywood's flagship trunk-mount rack. Everyone in our shop who uses a trunk rack has this model even though we also sell Thule, Yakima and Saris. Its clever overhanging… [more]

  • Topeak Super Tourist DX Tubular Rack
    $54.95

    Topeak's Super Tourist DX Tubular Rack is a great rack for long-distance touring. It's the perfect add-on for carrying a trunk bag, pannier or anything else you want to… [more]

  • Felt Bicycles Luv 24 - 2015
    $359.00

    Who wouldn't love this endearing 24-inch cruiser from Felt? The Luv's got a stylish, classic step-through steel frame and lightweight aluminum wheels wrapped in cushy… [more]

  • Topeak MTX Rear Basket
    $39.95

    Need more carrying capacity for running errands? Then check out Topeak's Rear Basket. It easily attaches to a Topeak QuickTrack rear rack (sold separately) and holds… [more]

  • Mirrycle Bar End
    $20.00

    Our best selling mirror, the Mirrycle mirror assembles easily and quickly attaches to most any flat or riser handlebars using the included hex tool. It can be attached… [more]

 

Felt Bicycles Do It All!

From road to mountain, Felt is ready!
Felt's amazing line-up of bikes lets you conquer mountains on the dirt and the road. From smooth-riding suspension rigs to race-winning road rockets, Felt makes the perfect bike for all your riding. Come by soon and check out our fine selection.

Jamis Is Your Ticket To Adventure!

Jamis mountain bikes are your perfect adventure companion!

Jamis builds all of their mountain bikes tough, light and with plenty of suspension so that they can take you anywhere your heart desires. Swing a leg over a Jamis today and get started on your path to adventure!

Today's Tip

Communication Is Key - The most important rule of group riding is good communication. Ideally, someone will explain the ride in advance pointing out any safety considerations such as rough roads, high-traffic areas, easily missed turns, etc. If no one seems in charge, ask people about the ride. Don't be shy. Sometimes there's no formal leader and the assumption is made that everyone knows what's going on simply because they've come out for the ride. This is sure to cause problems that could result in a crash. If you don't know, ask, and keep asking until you find someone who can tell you what's going on. There are always a few people who know and are willing to help and it can make a big difference in how much you enjoy the ride and how safe it is.