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8850 Stockdale Hwy. (map)
Bakersfield, CA 93311

661.833.6268

Mon - Fri: 10:00am - 7:00pm
Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sun: 11:00am - 4:00pm

 
 
 
 
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Welcome to Finish Line Bikes

Dry River Classic

Dry River Classic

Distances are   10 Mile   35 Mile   50 Mile

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Come join us for a fun day of cycling.

Finish Line is hosting the 3rd annual DRY RIVER CLASSIC, Saturday April 25th. And back by popular demand, Salty's BBQ with their outstanding BBQ lunch.

Registration is available on-line and at Finish Line 8850 Stockdale Hwy. 661-833-6268

Ride will start and finish at Finish Line


We Proudly Carry Castelli CLothing

Over a century of tradition goes into Castelli cycling clothing!

Swing by our shop and try on a pair of Castelli cycling shorts or a jersey or jacket. You'll feel the synthesis of over a century of tradition and meticulous craftsmanship. And when you ride in Castelli, you'll be smiling mile after mile!

We're Your Cycling Headquarters!

Bring your bicycle into us for upgrades and repairs! Come see our selection of cyclocross bicycles!
See our selection of mountain bikes! Feel the difference on a new road bicycle! See our commuter bicycles!

Help Wanted!

Are you passionate about cycling? Do you enjoy sharing this love with others? We may have the perfect job for you! Contact us today!

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

false flat

1. A surprisingly difficult section of road that looks flat but is actually slightly uphill. Usually, no matter how hard you pedal you go way slower than you think you should be going. 2. A stretch on a long hill that looks flat and tricks you into thinking you've reached the top when there's still more climbing to come.

Finish Line's Cycling Tip of the Day

Valve Nuts? - A common question with Presta valves is whether or not it's important to install the valve nuts (there are two types: nuts and rings with knurled edges). Not all Presta valves are threaded from top to bottom. But, if yours are threaded, there's a good chance that there are valve nuts on them. These can make it easier to inflate the tire because they hold the valve proud of the rim making it easier to get the pump head on them. Be sure not to tighten them too much, however, or they'll be difficult to remove by hand when you have to fix a flat on the road or trail. Over tightening the nut can also put pressure on the valve/tube junction where it passes through the rim, possibly causing a flat. Also, when fixing a flat, install the valve nut after the tire and tube have been installed (just before inflating).

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Finish Line Bikes

8850 Stockdale Hwy, Bakersfield, CA 93311 (map)
661.833.6268 | Email