Sale on now! Take advantage of some great deals on in-stock road bikes. All drop-bar bikes are 30% off. Lots of great models and sizing available in men’s and women’s geometries. 2016 models not included. Check it out here: Men’s Women’s
Join us on Sunday, May 29th at 10am for Women’s Ride Day! We will enjoy a relaxing 17.5km loop along the Bay to Bay Trail to Schnare’s Crossing then through Prince’s Inlet, Sunnybrook and return to Mahone Bay through Mader’s Cove. This is a Free event for women of all ages 12yrs+ and a hybrid or mountain bike would be suitable. This is a wonderful way to kick off the season, reconnecting with riding pals and meeting new friends too. Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org and do not hesitate to contact with any questions at all.
The Specialized Spring Into Summer Promo is on now. Get a sweet new 2016 road bike and get some great free stuff. Check out the details here.
Winter is really and truly here now. This is a great time to start logging some kilometres on the trainer. Check out our trainer page to see all the options. Questions? We’ve ridden almost everything, so let us know what you need to know.
We just received a whole bunch of Specialized Fatboy and Helga fatbikes this week. Check them out here.
We have a few left of the excellent Wahoo Fitness Kickr electronic trainers left over from last season. These ones have a 10sp cassette and do not come with a cadence sensor, otherwise they are the same as the new version. These units are still at last year’s price of $1299 and when they are gone, the news ones will be $1649. This is one of the best training tools on the market and will definitely improve your performance. (You still have to ride it though.) If you are unfamiliar with the Kickr, check out the DC Rainmaker review for all you need to know. The Kickr opens up a whole world of training options. If you want entertainment, check out Zwift. If you want to ride a goal-oriented training program, check out Trainer Road. If you want to do it yourself, check out Hurts Ergo. All of these apps take control of the Kickr so you just focus on turning the pedals. There are lots of apps that interact with the trainer to make the indoor riding experience a bit more enjoyable.