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4231 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON M8X1Y3

416-234-5300

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  • Serfas Thunderbolt Taillight
    $59.99
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    5.0 stars
     (3 Reviews)

    Serfas' Thunderbolt Taillight delivers 35 lumens in an extremely versatile, USB-rechargeable package. Attach the water-resistant silicone body nearly anywhere on your… [more]

  • Giro Synthe
    $299.99

    Giro's Synthe is the pinnacle of road helmet design. It offers impressive cooling power, minimal weight, supreme fit and streamlined aerodynamic efficiency. It is a true… [more]

  • POC Receptor Flow
    $89.99

    POC's well-ventilated Receptor Flow has a polycarbonate outer shell with an in-mold inner shell in the front and rear areas of the helmet. A lightweight EPS liner… [more]

  • Specialized Fatboy 24 - 2017
    $1,149.00
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    It's a kid's job to ride bikes, have fun, and eat cake. With a lightweight aluminum frame and gigantic 4-inch wide tires, the Specialized Fatboy 24 devours snow, mud,… [more]

  • POC Joint VPD Knee
    $94.99

    As trails get rowdier and riders get better, it's nice to have a little protection out there. POC's Joint VPD Knee pads use Visco-Elastic Polymer Dough that forms to… [more]

  • POC Trabec
    $149.99

    Your riding has stepped up; it’s time for your helmet to do the same. POC’s Trabec has an inner EPS foam core, reinforced with aramid filaments, that sits around your… [more]

 
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Today's Cycling Tip

Don't Be A Wobbler! - No one likes to ride with an unpredictable cyclist, a rider who weaves or swerves. Fortunately, there's a cure for this dangerous condition. Most wobbles comes from upper-body tension. If you can just relax your neck, shoulders, arms and hands while biking, you'll find that you're a lot less likely to weave; and people won't act like you have bad breath when you call and invite them to ride with you. Two tension busters are regularly shrugging your shoulders and bending your elbows. What happens is, as you tighten up during a ride, your shoulders ride higher and lock up close to your neck. Shrugging every 15 minutes or so and relaxing your arms really helps relieve this stress. Remember that the bike will go straight on its own; there's no need to muscle the handlebars. Relax and you'll ride straighter and be much more comfortable (and safer around your friends).

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

rotor

1. The "disc" part of disc brakes, rotors are the thin, flat circular metal plates that attach to the hubs. They're what the brake calipers grip to slow and stop you when you squeeze the brake levers. 2. A component found on the front end of many BMX bikes and some freestyle mountain bikes that prevents the rear brake cable from tangling so that you can do easy barspins and tailwhips (spinning the bars or bike 360 degrees). The rotor (also called a "detangler") splits the brake cable into two segments, which are joined at a rotor installed above, or attached to, the bike’s head tube. As the bars rotate, the top segment spins while the bottom stays stationary and full braking power is available at every point of the rotation.

 
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