Our shop has 29 years of experience selling, building and repairing bikes of all styles.

We are completely devoted to being the best bicycle mechanic we can be and to make your equipment perform to it’s fullest ability. If you’re not satisfied we will refund you labor charge.

We will strive to get as much performance as possible out of them and hopefully put a smile on your face.

It can be difficult to get department store brand bikes to perform due to their low quality.

However we will strive to get as much performance as possible out of them and hopefully put a smile on your face.

 Marc

Sam

 

Sam the shop mascot


The No. 1 rule of braking is to use both brakes evenly, particularly if you need to stop suddenly.

The front brake (located on the left) provides more stopping power, which is why you want to avoid using it too abruptly. Slamming the front break is a sure way to catapult over the bars.

To brake safely, add pressure gradually to both brakes until you slow to a desired speed or come to a full stop.

Over-gripping the rear brake will give you less stopping power and cause your back tire to skid. As with gearing, watch ahead and moderate your speed in advance.