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11700 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89135
(702) 823-1680
Mon - Fri: 10:00am - 7:00pm
Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sun: 9:00am - 3:00pm

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Feature Items

  • Selle Italia SLR Flow
    $209.99 - $224.00

    Selle Italia’s SLR Flow has been a staple of go-fast, weight-conscious cyclists for years. Its pro-proven shape and minimal padding give you gentle support and comfort… [more]

  • Vittoria Saguaro
    $49.99 - $127.99

    Get rowdy, rubber-side-down on Vittoria's Saguaro tires. Their multi-height lugs love hardpack and rocks, but moonlight in loose and sandy, too, all while keeping… [more]

  • Selle Italia Lady Gel Flow
    $129.99 - $139.99

    Selle Italia's Lady Gel Flow saddle has a women's-specific shape and anatomical features to provide all the comfort you need. The center channel relieves pressure from… [more]

  • Park Tool Team Issue Portable Repair Stand
    $339.95

    Tough, light, and loaded with features, that's Park's Team Issue Repair Stand. The 3-point leg system and adjustable height (up to 60 inches) creates a stable, ergonomic… [more]

  • Selle Italia SLR Tri Gel
    $224.00 - $229.99

    Selle Italia’s SLR has been a staple of go-fast, weight-conscious cyclists for years. Its pro-proven shape and minimally padded Lorica top fits like a dream for… [more]

 

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Today's Tip

Adjust Bar Ends Correctly - To prevent pain and discomfort, position bar ends on the handlebars to match the natural angle of your hands and wrists. If you're bending your wrists to hold on, rotate the bar ends until you're gripping in a neutral, relaxed position. For most riders the bar ends are angled slightly upwards but not too steeply. If you set them too high, when you stand to climb, you'll have to bend your wrists a lot, which can strain them and prevent you from maintaining a safe grip.