Cut through the muck with Bontrager's XR Mud Team Issue TLR tire. The tall knobs combine with a mud-specific compound and a width that cuts through the soft stuff to…
Kryptonite's Modulus Accessory Bracket is for use with their Modulus locking system (sold separately). Grab a spare bracket to use your system on a second bike or attach…
Trek's Domane 4.3 delivers unmatched ride quality, comfort and quickness. This full carbon road machine is graced with race-winning Trek technology like IsoSpeed and…
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Please join us October 12, 2014 for the 9th Two Wheel Transit and TREK Breast CancerAwareness Annual Ride to raise awareness for breast cancer prevention,screening, and treatment. With your help and donations, we can find a cure.
Rear-Rack Precautions - There are two reasons careful bike placement can't be emphasized enough when using a rear rack. First, the bikes need to be high enough so that if you hit a rough stretch of road or a hole, there's no way the wheels can strike the ground as the car bobs up and down. Second, you must keep the wheels well away from the exhaust tailpipe to prevent the heat from melting tires, tubes and wheel reflectors (yes, it's really that hot).
A device that keeps the chain tight on singlespeed and one-speed bicycles that weren't specifically designed for a given chain length (those bikes don't require tensioners). There are many types. The most common ones are mounted at the rear axle or on the derailleur hanger. Axle-mounted tensioners typically use bolts to pull the rear wheel back and tension the chain, while derailleur-hanger tensioners use a sprung arm with a pulley.
Welcome to a new class of race bike: Trek’s Domane 6 Series! Proven on the pavé of Flanders and Roubaix and boasting Fabian Cancellara’s seal of approval, it delivers amazing comfort, stiffness and handling. Others may shy away from rough roads and long days in the saddle but you’ll enjoy a new level of comfort and energy. Stop Two Wheel Transit to see the Domane soon!