components like wheels, forks and accessories.
Cycling Giant -T+ Trico Iron Case
If you’re looking for a great bike travel case, look no further than the Trico Iron Case. The bike travel case’s shell is made from a polycarbonate Triconium ® and comes with three pieces of foam. The Triconium ® is extremely durable to abrasions and other physical damage and could take a bullet. The foam is a medium density, thick and protects your bike well when packed properly.
Selle San Marco Rolls Steel Rails
The Selle San Marco Rolls Steel Rails Saddle is a firm saddle (not hard, just firm) that has gone unchanged for many years. It is considered a classic in the saddle industry and uses the standard saddle design that many saddle manufacturers have moved away from in recent years. Selle San Marco figures if it’s not broken, don’t fix it.;
Tacx – It’s About Innovation And Passion
Tacx, a focused on innovation, is taking their passion for cycling and an inspiration for excellence and turning it into products to make training easier for the rest of us with their exceptional line of Virtual Reality trainers, software and cycling films. Not to mention their full line of repair stands, tools, water bottles and water bottle cages.
Vittoria Pave Evo CG Tubular Tire the best road tubulars
The Vittora Pave EVO CG Tubularare the best road bike tires. They are truly the only tires that can outstand any road or weather condition. They are very resilient, strong and long-lasting tires. Vittoria, an Italian tire company, sponsors several UCI Pro Tour, UCI Professional, UCI Continental and National Federation teams, most notably Lampre-ISD and Rabobank.
Sci-Con Travel Bags - More than 25 years of experience
Sci-Con may sound like the name of a big science convention, and chances are it is consistently mispronounced here in the Americas, but what Sci-Con means to us is secure transport.
Installing A New Saddle
With the excitement of trying a new saddle don’t miss the chance to increase the joy of that first ride. Take a moment now before you remove your current saddle and follow these easy steps to drastically increase the pleasure of your first ride on your new saddle.
Installing New pedals
Installing new pedals yourself is quick and easy. Here we'll outline the steps required for first timers or those needing a refresher.
Tips To Avoiding Flats
Flatting is a drag; not only does it take time to get back on the road but at speed, or in traffic, it can be very dangerous.
Things to Know on the Go
Cycling is a great sport and healthy hobby, but to ensure your enjoyment you must follow safety precautions. Reading the following article will provide you with the information you need for a safe and pleasurable ride.
A great deal of equipment is on the market. A solid set of pedals is necessary for an optimal ride. We have reviewed the more popular models currently available on the market.
To Rotate…Or Not to Rotate
Are you rotating your tires? Do you know what is the best approach in doing this? Read the following article to find out how new and used wheels should be utilized.
When and How to Take a Brake
Do you effectively use your brakes? Do you know how, when, and which brake to use to optimize your riding experience? Read the following article to find the answer to these questions and more information relating to brakes.
A Guide to Group Riding
Many cyclists ride in numbers. There is a method in sharing the road with other riders and motorists. The following article provides tips and suggestions relating to appropriate group riding.
UCI Makes a Move before the Tour
The Tour de France is just around the corner. The UCI has made some bold moves in relation to who will be able to ride in the race. Read the article to find out the specifics on the UCI’s decisions.
Cornering is one of the most difficult moves in cycling to learn and master. Read the article to find out the science behind successfully cornering and to gain some insight into mastering this difficult maneuver.
Caring for Swiss Stop Pads
Brake pads are important cycle accessories. All brake pads are not created equally. Read on to find why Swiss Stop brake pads are exceptional.
What You Need to Know About Cycling
Many factors are involved in the sport of cycling. Read the article to better familiarize yourself with this challenging and exciting sport.
Position Your Cleats Like A Pro
Did you know that the correct cleat positioning can impact your ride? Read the article that describes the basics and how to achieve the positioning for an optimal ride.
Cycling season is here. Is your body ready for it? Read the article to find out how to train yourself to achieve optimal conditioning for the season.
Trico's Iron Case
The Iron Case also includes three layers of protective foam, so you can include your frame and your wheels in the case. The ideal way to pack the Trico Iron Case is to place a layer of foam down, then your bike sans wheels, followed by another piece of foam, your wheels and the final piece of foam. This is especially useful since you have minimal disassembling to do before the bike goes into its case.
Breaking In Tires And Brake Pads
We Keep You Cycling recommends breaking in all your cycling goods prior to racing, long or aggressive rides, and always before group rides. This will reduce the chance of injury to yourself or those you ride with.