A great way to get your dream bicycle is to trade in your old bike with our Trade-Up service. Swing by with your current bike, get a quote and get ready to trade up! You'll be riding a beautiful new machine in no time.
We are not accepting department store bikes for Trade-Up consideration (ie., Mongoose, Pacific, Next, Murray, Roadmaster, etc.)
Proper fit is everything. Without it, a rider loses efficiency and comfort. Our sales staff will work dilligently with you to establish the proper frame size and make necessary adjustments to provide the best fit possible. We also encourage our customers to go through our BG F.I.T. process for the gold standard in fine-tuned fit.
Every new bike purchase receives a free complete tune up ($60 value). We do this for various reasons...the most common being cable stretch. Like a new guitar string, brake and derailleur cables need to be adjusted after some initial ride time to keep your bike shifting and braking like it did when it left the store. After the initial tune up, we will keep your brakes and shifters adjusted for free for life ($40 value)!
We want you to fall in love...and stay in love...with cycling. We believe that keeping your bike braking and shifting properly will not only keep you safe, but also help you get 100% enjoyment out of your riding experience.
Our Specialized BG FIT is the first complete bicycle fitting system that can help all types of riders. Whether you're a roadie, mountain shredder, multi-sport enthusiast or commuter, BG FIT and our trained technicians will help you ride more efficiently and comfortably. Set up a BG FIT appointment and let us improve your cycling.
You can't appreciate the merits of suspension staring at a computer screen or scanning catalogs. As an FSR Test Center we'll let you actually try Specialized's revolutionary suspension in real-world trail conditions so you can feel the difference!
Removing Pedals - There's a trick to removing pedals. The left pedal (non-chain side) is "reverse" threaded, which means that you must turn it clockwise (to the right), to loosen and remove it. The right pedal is removed by turning it counter-clockwise. Because pedals are usually quite tight, it helps a lot to use a wrench with a long handle or a special bicycle pedal wrench. Also, when removing the right pedal, we recommend shifting onto the large chainring first. This way, if you slip while turning the pedal wrench, you won't strike the chainring teeth and cut yourself. If you're having trouble removing your pedals, be sure to ask us for help, too!
We make it easy to learn the current riding conditions plus see the seven-day forecast for our area. And, we've got apparel, accessories and tires to help you ride safely and confidently in any weather.