Olympia 1931 4th Ave East (360) 754-2453
Tacoma 5801 S. Sprague Ct. (253) 472-2453
Lakewood 8819 Bridgeport Way SW (253) 512-2453
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Feature Items

  • Profile Design Karbon Bar Plugs
    $4.99

    Add a custom finishing touch to your road bicycle by upgrading to Profile's Karbon Bar Plugs. These quality plastic plugs boast a trick simulated carbon finish and are… [more]

  • WTB KOM i25 Rim (26-inch)
    $94.95

    WTB's KOM i25 Rim is ultra light and extra wide so you can be first to the top and ready to turn it around and rip down while your buddies are still looking for their… [more]

  • Campagnolo Chorus 11-Speed Chain
    $79.99

    For smooth shifting and a quiet drivetrain, pick up Campagnolo's Chorus 11-speed chain. It's unidirectional for unparalleled function and features lightweight hollow… [more]

  • Pearl Izumi Elite Softshell Shoe Covers
    $70.00

    Keep your toes toasty in harsh conditions with Pearl Izumi's Elite Softshell Shoe Covers. Their 3-layer wind- and waterproof Softshell fabric makes these booties… [more]

  • SockGuy Ponytail Socks - Women's
    $9.99

    Your feet will be happier in SockGuy cycling socks. They're made of a supportive, comfortable and fast-drying Micro Denier nylon/spandex fabric and boast double-stitched… [more]

  • Louis Garneau Wind Dry SL Shoe Covers
    $39.99

    Garneau's Wind Dry SL Shoe Covers keep wind out and precious warmth in thanks to their Wind Dry fabric with laminated Lycra. Reinforced toe covers boost durability,… [more]

  • Knog 20 Tool
    $39.99

    When a multi-tool is as small and light as Knog's 20 Tool, there is no excuse not to carry one on every ride. With the 20 Tool, you can handle most repairs so you can… [more]

  • SRAM Force Crankset BB30 (53/39)
    $359.99

    Competition-focused technology is available to everyone with SRAM's Force Crankset. Its unidirectional carbon design and oversized 30mm bottom-bracket axle ensure… [more]

  • WTB Slick
    $31.95

    WTB's Slick city tires feature a tread that has a smooth center tread for speed and small grooves for cornering. Their sturdy sidewalls soften path shock and the… [more]

  • Evo External BB Tool
    $16.99

    Evo's External BB Tool installs and removes 16-notch external-bearing bottom bracket cups like those found on Shimano, Race Face, FSA, TruVativ, SRAM and Campy. The… [more]

  • Garmin Forerunner 10
    $129.99

    Keep things quick and simple with Garmin's Forerunner 10. This sport watch tracks your distance, route, time, calories, and is compatible with Garmin Connect so you can… [more]

  • Continental Revo Sealant
    $9.95 - $24.95

    Continental's Revo Sealant is specifically designed for use with their Revolution tubeless-ready tires and it's great for tubular tires, too. It seals punctures and… [more]

  • Lezyne Micro Drive Pair
    $89.99

    Experience incredible power in a tiny package with Lezyne's Micro Drive Pair. A 200-lumen headlight paired with a 70-lumen taillight feature lightweight, durable CNC… [more]

  • Shimano Ultegra Front Hub
    $63.88

    Shimano's Ultegra Front Hub is the durable, lightweight heart of a race-ready front wheel. Super-polished ball races house ultra-smooth bearings to minimize rolling… [more]

  • Avid BB7 MTN S Mechanical Disc Brake
    $119.99

    Avid's BB7 MTN S Mechanical Disc Brake delivers with power, control, and a sleek black anodized finish that makes this brake look as fast as you feel. You'll love the… [more]

  • Knog Boomer USB (Rear)
    $39.99

    How can one little LED be so powerful? We're not sure we want to know what unholy magic Knog cooked up to pack so much power into the Boomer—we just know we love it.… [more]

  • Campagnolo Centaur Power-Torque Crankset (53/39)
    $344.99

    Power your ride with Campagnolo's Centaur Power-Torque Crankset. It sports Campagnolo's lightweight Power-Torque integrated spindle design for optimum stiffness and… [more]

  • RockShox HP 2-Stage Air Pump
    $51.99

    RockShox simplifies your pack with this HP 2-Stage Air Pump. Throw it in your pack for every ride and you have both a shock and tire pump that boasts a 300psi capacity.… [more]

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Are you ready for Cyclocross?

Is your cyclocross bicycle ready for the season?

From awesome bicycles, to cutting-edge tires, components and clothing, we have all the gear you're looking for when it comes to cyclocross. Come check out our complete cross collection soon!

Easy-Riding Electra Bicycles!

Electra bicycles are beautiful and totally fun!

Show your flare with an Electra bicycle. These beauties have stellar paint jobs with exquisite styling. Plus, every Electra is designed for top-notch comfort and a great ride! Swing by and check our full line of Electras soon

Bike Tech Fit Services

Did you know that even if your bike is the right size, you may not be getting the most out of it? That's why we have team members in our Tacoma and Olympia locations who are certified to do full fittings to suit your specific cycling goals. We use the newest state-of-the-art Motion Capture Fit System to precisly dial in your fit. Whether you want to be comfortable on the STP or you're looking to drop time off the cycling leg of your triathlon time (or whatever your goal might be), Alex in Tacoma and Flack in Olympia can evaluate your current fit and make suggestions for improvement. This service is available both for bikes recently purchased and for bikes you've had for years. Contact a team member for more details!

Why Cycling's The Best Exercise

Your transportation is also your exercise! If you wish you had more hours in the day, cycling is your perfect exercise. You can ride to virtually any of your daily activities, like work, grocery shopping, daycare, even the movies or restaurant at night. You'll get there in almost the same time it takes to drive, and you'll get in your daily exercise at the same time! Embrace multi-tasking, embrace cycling!

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

mag trainer
A device for riding indoors comprised of a stand that holds the bicycle upright, which includes a resistance unit that simulates the feel of outdoor riding. It's called a "mag" trainer because the resistance unit uses a magnet to create the drag.

Bike Tech 's Daily Cycling Tip

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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