Don't Let A Broken Bike Part Ruin Your Trip - When traveling with your bike, it's a good idea to always pack a few repair parts in your bike case. That way, if something breaks, you'll be prepared and you won't have to scramble to find a bike shop or run the risk of not finding what you need. Here's what we take along: A spare seat-binder bolt. It's an item that can easily break when you're re-installing your seatpost and adjusting your seat. If your bike has a replaceable rear derailleur hanger, a spare can be a trip-saver should you fall and damage yours (or if the frame gets damaged in transit by the airline). If you have a road bike that has 650c tires, carry two spare tubes and a spare tire because, though this size is becoming more common, it still can be tough to find. Always carry a chain tool and spare chain pins (if your chain requires them) to deal with chain problems. Other handy small parts are replacement stem bolts, clipless pedal tension-adjustment screws, spokes (these must match what's in your wheels), and brake and gear cables.
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I stopped in to get something I needed . What a pleasant surprise. Great people. Helped with all my needs with good info and customer service. Highly recommended !! Nice clean and organized shop. Easy in and out location. 2/13/2016
Norm and his crew are the best! Always friendly and looking to put you in the right product or bike that fits you the best. Goes well beyond the call of duty and has always been there for my family and their biking needs! Only one I will ever go to!!!! 5/27/15