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  • Trek Madone 2.5 C - 2014
    $1,799.99 - $2,099.99
    $2,099.99

    Dominate the local criterium or take to the open road with Trek's Madone 2.5. Built with their super-aerodynamic KVF aluminum tubes, the 2.5 C smooths the air from the… [more]

  • Focus Cayo Evo 3.0 - 2014
    $2,299.99
    $2,699.99

    Super fast and just as comfortable, Focus's Cayo Evo 3.0 is the road rig you've been dreaming about. The high-tech German carbon frameset is engineered for awesome… [more]

  • Trek Fuel EX 5 29 - 2014
    $1,499.99 - $1,799.99
    $1,799.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (5 Reviews)

    Trek took the excellent weight, efficiency and ride of the Fuel EX, hit the overdrive, and bumped it up to 29-inch wheels. The Fuel EX 7 29 uses an Alpha aluminum frame… [more]

  • Focus Cayo Evo 4.0 - 2014
    $1,999.99
    $2,349.99

    With its sweet blend of performance and comfort, Focus's Cayo Evo 4.0 could be the ultimate road machine. Focus's high-tech German carbon frameset is engineered for… [more]

  • Focus Black Forest 27R 1.0 - 2014
    $1,649.99
    $1,999.99

    Focus' Black Forest 27R 1.0 is a race-ready rig with a playful spirit and a thirst for the podium. The light and rugged aluminum frame takes a beating on even the… [more]

  • Zipp 404 Firecrest Carbon Rear Wheel (Clincher)
    $1,497.99

    Zipp’s 404s excel in every terrain. They’re exceedingly fast and agile on the flats, in cross winds, up mountains, and out of sharp criterium corners. Zipp’s 58mm-deep… [more]

  • Reynolds Aero 46 - 2014
    $2,149.99
    $2,675.00

    Speed, Control, Perfection. The 46 AERO is one of Reynolds’ signature wheels as its DET™ rim profile provides the optimal balance of aerodynamics, stiffness and comfort… [more]

  • Trek Madone 5.2 C - 2014
    $2,999.99
    $3,549.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (6 Reviews)

    Trek's Madone 5 Series is a feature-packed, race-ready platform with an aero advantage. Crafted from Trek's renowned OCLV Carbon, this road rocket boasts their… [more]

  • Zipp 404 Firecrest Carbon Front Wheel (Clincher)
    $1,226.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    Zipp’s 404s excel in every terrain. They’re exceedingly fast and agile on the flats, in cross winds, up mountains, and out of sharp criterium corners. Zipp’s 58mm-deep… [more]

  • Trek Madone 4.7 C - 2014
    $2,699.99 - $2,999.99
    $2,999.99

    With race-pace speed and ride-all-day compliance, Trek's Madone 4 Series is practically in a class of its own. The light, lean 400-series OCLV carbon frameset boasts a… [more]

  • Reynolds Aero 58 - 2014
    $2,549.99
    $2,775.00

    A New Way of Thinking The 58 AERO offers a mid-deep rim profile that promises best in class stiffness, speed and stability. Quick to accelerate, the wheels maintain… [more]

  • Focus Izalco Team SL 4.0 - 2014
    $3,749.99
    $4,549.99

    Focus's Izalco Team SL 4.0 turns all your power into forward motion for an amazingly fast ride. Focus's Team SL high-modulus carbon frame is super light, and with the… [more]

  • Trek 1.1 C - 2015
    $769.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (6 Reviews)

    Trek's 1.1 is a great choice for road riding fun. It boasts Trek's light, nimble-handling Alpha aluminum frame that has a slightly higher front end and handlebars for… [more]

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Always Ride On The Right - One of the leading causes of injury to cyclists is riding on the wrong side of the road. This is a mistake that happens because pedestrians are often told to walk facing traffic and this advice is mistakenly given to bicyclists. It works for walkers. But it's very dangerous for cyclists because traffic is designed around a system where all vehicles follow the same rules. To ensure your safely, always ride with traffic on the right side of the road.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

stiff link
A chain link that binds and stops flexing as it should. Stiff links are usually caused by corrosion due to insufficient lubrication. Repair stiff links immediately because they compromise shifting, pedaling and can cause a nasty accident if they slip, jam or break when you're pedaling hard. To fix, pedal backwards to spot the bad link (it'll hang up as it passes over the rear derailleur pulleys), then grab the chain at the stiff link and flex it laterally to free it. If that doesn't work, replace the chain and make the old one into bicycle jewelry.
 
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