Have you ever wished you knew how to keep your bike in good running condition? We're now offering service clinics to teach you all you need to keep your bike running smoothly, and to feel more confident and self-reliant when you're riding alone.
We'll Get Your Bicycle Running Right!
We've got the special bicycle tools and parts you need for every repair. And, if you're just not sure what to do next, don't have time to do your own work, or would like one of our experts to fine-tune your machine, our technicians will gladly help with any bike repair project. Call or stop by and we'll be happy to help!
Giant's Anthem X 29er For Women Is Here!
It's here! Giant proudly introduces the first ever, women's-specific dual-suspension 29er, the Anthem X 29er. Ladies, if you're in the market for an amazing mountain bike, check out this Giant 29er made just for you!
Baby Your Bike - It's best to store your bike(s) inside. It takes a while, but even if it's under an overhang, if it's stored outside, dampness in the air will rust the steel parts, ozone will attack the tires and sunshine will fade the paint. Near the ocean, salt in the air will corrode things extremely quickly. An easy way to store a bicycle indoors is to purchase bike hooks from us. These question-mark-shaped hooks screw into a wall stud or ceiling joist and hold the bike by a wheel. Or, install two hooks, one for each wheel and hang the bike horizontally (upside-down). A higher-tech solution is a display stand. If you've got a beautiful bike (aren't they all?), one of these racks holds the machine proudly (usually the stand supports two bikes, one low and one high) showing off your prize possession(s) for all to see.