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Discover new lower prices on our best selling lifestyle and youth bicycles.

We have drastically reduced the retail prices on the following bicycle models. You will not find a better price on a high quality bike for under $430, ANYWHERE. Click to view models.

Giant Trance 27.5   "RIDE WITHOUT LIMITS"

Pearl Izumi: Cool Weather Crankin'

When the weather turns cold, it's crucial to have the right apparel. Pearl Izumi cycling clothing features advanced fabrics, fine construction and a terrific fit; nothing feels better in cool weather!

Which Thule Rack Is For You?

When you have a great Thule rack on your vehicle you can easily take along all your bicycles and essential sports gear and still have plenty of room inside your car. We have a wide selection of Thule racks and accessories and we're here to help you select the perfect one.

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Wrenchy Says, Helmets Need Care, Too!


Folks, love may last forever, but for safety's sake, know when it's time to divorce your helmet. Take Wrenchy's advice:

  1. Treat it kindly: don't store it in hot vehicles; don't drop/bang it
  2. If you crash, replace it immediately
  3. Helmets lose their effectiveness over time; get a new lid every 3 to 5 years
  4. Be safe! Replace old, worn or damaged helmets ASAP

How To Set Up Your Giant Maestro Suspension!

You'll get the best ride out of your Giant mountain bike when the suspension is set up properly. Here are some great tips, and swing by the shop if you have any questions. We're here to help!

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

disc wheel

Used for an aerodynamic edge, mostly in individual races against the clock, like time trials and triathlons, these high-tech wheels feature closed construction making them disc-like and super slippery so they slice through the wind for free speed.

Finish Line's Cycling Tip of the Day

Speed Is Your Friend - An interesting irony of off-road riding is that you often have more control and a better chance to avoid obstacles if you bring a little extra speed into a tricky section of trail. The tendency is to slam on the brakes when the trail looks scary. But, if you slow too much, you lose momentum, making it harder to balance and more difficult to negotiate trail hazards. Always ride at a comfortable and safe speed. But, if you notice that you're often stalling out and having to put a foot down, try going slightly faster and see if those tricky spots don't get easier. Consider riding a challenging stretch a few times, too, to get the hang of it, which is a good way to build confidence and improve your skills.