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Knock Off The Cobwebs

Knock off the cobwebs.
Bike in sad shape after a winter of neglect? It's OK, we are here to help. Call, email, or stop by to scheule a spring tune-up. 

Ride Allegheny 2017! Register or donate today!

Join us on the 17th edition of Ride Allegheny!  Since 2005, Ride Allegheny has raised over $2.25 million for Operation Second Chance, a local charity that helps wounded soldiers and their families get back on track.  Register today for the ride of your life!

We Proudly Carry Bianchi Bicycles!

Bianchi bicycles are built to ride great and last!Rich with cycling history, crowned with numerous elite podiums and ever at the forefront of technology, Bianchi makes some of the world's finest bicycles. Swing by our store, check out our excellent selection and maximize your riding fun on one of our beautiful new Bianchis!

Kona Bikes—Shop Now

Kona Bicycles Sold Here.

Gift Cards: The Perfect Gift For the Discerning Cyclist

Gift Cards: The Perfect Gift For the Discerning Cyclist

Today's Tip

Use Average Heart Rate To Pace Yourself - Just as the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, the fastest, most efficient way to complete a ride is at a steady pace. A great tool for learning to ride a steady pace is a heart-rate monitor with an average-heart-rate readout. Use this feature during a hard ride or race. Afterward it will show the average heart rate you sustained. Then, the next time out, you can use this figure to gauge your pace on a new route to avoid overdoing it. Here's one example: if a rider's average (and safe) heart rate was 150 beats per minute for an energetic, sustained effort, keeping the heart rate at 150 or below during most of the new ride ensures maintaining an efficient pace from beginning to end. Mind your monitor to avoid heart rate spikes caused by big efforts such as sprinting up hills or pushing too big a gear as much as possible, as these efforts will quickly drain your energy reserves and make it harder to maintain your desired pace.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

cote d'azur

A bicycle track term that refers to the transition area just beneath the racing/riding surface of the track. It's the narrow blue band at the bottom of the track. Also referred to as the "apron," it usually represents about 10% of the track's surface. It's not illegal to ride on the cote d'azure but if you use it to get around another rider you'll be disqualified. Plus, it's dangerous to ride there as you're more likely to strike your pedal in the corners.