Feature Items

  • Chariot Carriers Fender Kit
    $75.99

    Don't let a little rain keep you and your little ones indoors. Chariot's Fender Kit installs easily to protect you and your Chariot's chassis from mud, grit, dirt and… [more]

  • Cannondale SuperSix EVO 2 Red - Women's - 2015
    $4,440.00

    Cannondale's SuperSix EVO 2 Red is built for one thing—leaving the pack behind. Narrow down and top tubes provide an aerodynamic advantage, while the lightweight… [more]

  • Challenge Tires Fango 33 Tubular
    $114.99

    Challenge's Fango 33 Tubular is an aggressive tire for mastering muddy conditions. You'll be zooming through the corners and off-camber sections thanks to its grippy… [more]

  • Capo Trofeo 200 Olefin Socks
    $19.99

    Capo's Trofeo 200 Olefin Socks are made from 200-needle, high-gauge Olefin fabric to transfer moisture and breathe for incredible comfort. Featuring 6cm-tall cuffs,… [more]

  • Park Tool Shop Stool
    $109.99

    Park's Shop Stool boasts a super-comfy padded seat, sturdy chrome-plated-steel legs and Park's colorful logo on top. The seat spins 360 degrees and is positioned at a… [more]

  • Cloud-9 Exerciser Gel Seat
    $45.99

    Cloud 9's Exerciser Gel Seat is the perfect upgrade for your exerciser. It features gel foam padding for comfort, an anatomical shape for a custom fit and even a cutout… [more]

  • Giant Pro Thermo Jacket
    $160.00
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    Cold weather isn't the boss of you! Grab Giant's Pro Thermo Convertible Jacket and get out and ride! This race-fit jacket sports a windproof front panel that shrugs of… [more]

  • Liv Tempt 2 - Women's - 2015
    $1,075.00

    Blaze new trails on Liv's Tempt 2. Liv's ALUXX aluminum frame is tough, light and responsive—just what you need for singletrack excursions. The RockShox fork with 100mm… [more]

  • Pearl Izumi Elite Socks - Women's
    $12.00

    Pearl Izumi's Elite Socks are made of Pearl's light, moisture-transferring Elite Transfer fabric and they have mesh and compression panels in key areas so you stay dry… [more]

Specials

 

Your Dream Bike Is Within Reach!

Our Favorite Cycling Season!

Liv/giant: The Road Awaits You!

Liv/giant bicycles are designed and built for women!
Liv/giant bicycles are designed specifically for women, which means you get perfect fit, form and function; it’s Giant’s 3F concept. No matter what riding you do or what level you’re at, every Liv/giant bike is sure to meet your needs. Stop in and see our fine selection! 

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.

Wrenchy Says, Don't Forget The Lube!


Folks, always remember that bikes are made up of many metal parts, all working together and if you don't lube it, you'll lose it! Take Wrenchy's advice:

  1. Buy the right lube for where/how you ride (just ask if you're not sure)
  2. Lube the chain before it's dry or sqeaking and wipe off any excess
  3. Lube the brake and derailleur pivots
  4. Have your bearings regreased yearly

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

triathlon
A race comprised of a swimming, cycling and running leg.

Finish Line's Cycling Tip of the Day

Eat Right To Ride Longer And Stronger - A common (and sometimes dangerous) riding mistake is not eating enough. Your body can only store a one- to two-hour supply of glycogen (muscle fuel). Once this is depleted, if you keep riding, you risk a nasty condition known as bonking. This varies from a pins-and-needles feeling in your arms to disorientation and nausea. It can easily lead to a crash. As a guideline, a 160-pound cyclist riding solo at 20 mph on a road bike burns between 600 and 750 calories per hour. So, always carry energy food and drinks when riding and eat every fifteen minutes or so. Don't wait until you're hungry to eat because it'll be too late for the calories to help. If you race or ride centuries, keep in mind that hard rides during the week before the event can deplete your glycogen stores and hurt your results. And, be sure to experiment with different drinks and foods during training rides to find what works for you so that on the big day, you're eating what agrees with your stomach.