What TO DO and NOT TO DO When Buying a Bike for a Woman
Oh man, time is running short and you need to get a gift for that special lady (girlfriend, wife, sister, mother...mother-in-law)! What to get?! Check out this article for some ideas on how to buy the perfect bike for her.
Why Ride A 27.5?
Lighter Weight. More Efficient. Better Control. Click here to watch a video to learn more about Giant's 27.5 line of bikes.
The Bike Shop Advantage
As warmer weather approaches and you are thinking about replacing your existing bike or are a first time buyer there are many advantages in buying cycling products from a professional bicycle retailer, as opposed to a department store or mass merchant. Click here to read more.
Washington Area Multi-Use Trails
These maps show the location of recreation trails in and around the Washington DC area. All these trails are suitable for bicycling. Most trails have a paved surface, however some use a "natural" surface.
Store-Assembled Bikes Fail Safety Inspection
Bike mechanics are warning consumers to make sure the bikes have been properly assembled at the store, particularly those bought at department stores and "big box" retailers like Walmart and Target. Click on the link to read the rest of the article.
Your Bicycle Tubes
The inner tubes on your bicycle are like balloons. The air will slowly seep out over time, which means it is important to pump up your tires before each ride. Check the side of the tire for the correct pressure, psi, for your bike and use a pump with a guage on it. The gas station is not a good place to put air in your bicycle tire. Usually it comes out to fast for a bike tube. Most bicycle pumps are also set up to handle both types of valves that are on bicycles. Riding with under inflated tires will make the ride less efficient and can cause a flat.