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  • Electra Townie Original 1 - 2015
    $459.99
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    5.0 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    Keeping it simple is what the Townie Original 1 is all about! It features stable, smooth-riding tires, a comfy saddle and an upright seating position that makes you feel… [more]

  • Electra Girl's Hawaii 1 (16-inch) - 2015
    $259.99

    Electra's Girl's Hawaii 1 is a fun and stylish starter bike they'll love. It sports a fine Electra frame, reliable and easy-rolling wheels, an easy-to-operate… [more]

  • Bontrager Race Lite Road Handlebar
    $24.99 - $89.99

    Bontrager's RL Road Handlebar is an easy way to drop some weight and soup up your sizzling-fast road steed. This great bar improves the comfort of ride-all-day, century… [more]

  • Electra Girl's Hawaii 1 (20-inch) - 2015
    $289.99

    Electra's Girl's Hawaii 1 is a fun and stylish starter bike they'll love. It sports a fine Electra frame, reliable and easy-rolling wheels, an easy-to-operate… [more]

  • Shimano PD-M520 Pedals
    $54.99 - $55.53
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    4.0 stars
     (9 Reviews)

    Shimano's M520s are affordable clipless pedals that are easy to enter and exit, and built to last. They boast dual-sided Shimano SPD bindings, which make them perfect… [more]

  • Sidi Dominator 5
    $249.99

    The Dominator 5s are Sidi's most popular mountain bike shoes, and it's easy to see why. Their exceptionally comfortable Lorica uppers include soft, padded tongues and… [more]

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Today's Tip

Avoiding Trail Obstacles - The old adage "Keep your eye on the ball," when revised for cycling, is "Keep your eye on the good line." For example, if you are trying to ride your mountain bike through a tight spot between two large rocks and you focus on one of them, quite often you'll find yourself being drawn toward the obstacle as if by magic. The trick to negotiating a tight squeeze like this is focusing on the line that takes you through the rocks rather than focusing on the rocks themselves. Sight the good line between the crank crushers and you'll clear them cleanly. With a little concentration and practice, you'll soon master this technique.

 

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