For baggies with awesome features, look no further than Sugoi's Devote Shorts. The outer is crafted from trail-worthy Supplex for cottony comfort and a wonderfully…
Profile's Hammer 3D OS stem is forged from 7075-T6 aluminum so it's light and stiff, and the shot peened and anodized finish adds strength and durability. The 4-bolt…
Electra's Hawaii 3i is as beautiful as an island sunset and just as nice to ride, too, with its light and lively Electra aluminum frame, aluminum 24-inch wheels, fat…
M-T-W-T: 10a - 6p
F: 10a - 8p
Saturday: 10a - 5p
There will be no maintenance classes until March of 2017.
We are suspending classes due to the 2016 holidays and the slow months of January and February.
See you in March!
"Adjusting" Flat Bars - Flat handlebars may seem non-adjustable. But, if yours are too wide, they can be cut to customize fit and feel. Usually, riders who enjoy demanding, technical trails appreciate a little additional width (24 to 27 inches), especially when using dual-suspension frames. All-round riders prefer a more standard width of about 22 inches. If yours are too wide, it's easy enough to shorten them. Measure carefully to ensure you leave room for all the parts that fit on the handlebar ends (it's best to remove 1/2- to 3/4-inch sections and see how the bar feels). Riser bars are also available, which are models that slope upwards on the ends to provide less bend in your back when you lean forward to grab the grips. Many off-roaders find that riser bars are just the ticket for a more comfortable position.
Whether you enjoy the dirt, road, or both, Cannondale offers your dream bicycle. Swing by to experience our fine selection of handcrafted Cannondales soon!