Friday, November 30, 2012

Peninsula's Candlelight Walk

Last night, the Century Cycles store in Peninsula participated in the village's Candlelight Walk, a holiday celebration featuring luminaries and other displays at area local businesses. Above is the CC highwheeler bicycle in festive holiday garb.

Here are the luminaries lighting the way to the entrance of the store.

Thanks to the Christmas carolers for paying us a visit!

And who's this? Hey you dang kids, get away from there! Oh, wait, it's just a new Surly Pugsley in Engine Red -- now in stock (18-inch frame) in Peninsula, with a 16-inch frame model on the way to Rocky River today. And don't forget, we've also got a Surly Moonlander in stock (18-inch) in our Medina store!

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Buy One Giant Bicycle, Get One 50% Off - Hot Deal #3

Buy One, Get One 50% Off!

Buy one Giant Revel 3 bicycle at the regular price of $439.99, get another 50% off at $219.99; half-off price valid on second bike Nov. 29 - Dec. 12 only or while supplies last.

Our Best Bike Deal EVER!

Giant's Revel 3 is a versatile mountain bike that is perfect for riding everywhere - like biking across campus, riding the Towpath Trail, running errands, pedaling to work and getting exercise! Equally at home on the street or more challenging trails, the Revel 3 comes in both men's and women's frames with sizes ranging from XX-Small to X-Large, ready to fit anyone in your family. Its aluminum frame and lightweight wheels are easy to get up to speed and offer a ride you'll love, plus it boasts a suspension fork that smooths any bumps along the way and a SRAM/Shimano 21-speed drivetrain that flattens the hills.

Want to put these Hot Deal bicycles under the Christmas tree, but don't know how to store them? We offer FREE gift-bike storage until December 24!

Want to use these bikes for commuting around town? Attend our FREE Bike Commuting 101 Clinic on either January 10 or February 26!

Really need only one new bicycle?
We don't want you to miss out on this Hot Deal, so we can offer you 20% off the purchase of a single Giant Revel 3.

The Fine Print:
This Hot Deal is good only November 29 - December 12, 2012, while supplies last. In-store purchase only; no online or phone orders accepted. No coupon necessary.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Make it a BMXmas!

Our new flagship store in Medina is Century Cycles' BMX bicycle headquarters, and that corner of the shop is filled with all sorts of new arrivals from Stolen Bike Company and Haro BMX. But why take our word for it? Let's hear from our BMXpert in Medina, Chris Walters!

Chris says:
The new Stolens have kept up the great work this year with bright colors and up to date components that make for a solid ride. We now have, in stock, the Stolen Saint. This is Stolen's "cruiser" style BMX bike. Often referred to as a BigMX bike these are longer and taller frames with 24" wheels for kids who want a more spacious ride and Dads who want to keep shredding with their sons/daughters (these are AWESOME Ray's MTB bikes).

Haro has continued to crank out their quality bikes but they are now bringing back a little bit of the old school with tan wall tires (300.1) and industrial aesthetics (350.1). This is, in my opinion, the best the Stolens and Haros have looked in years.

And don't forget (or hesitate) -- all these new arrivals are 15% off for our Holiday Sale through December 31!

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Santa the Bike Commuter has landed in Medina

Photo by Mike Petcher
Santa the Bike Commuter and his Cycledeer have landed in Medina! Created by the elves at Century Cycles Medina, this special display is featured at Holiday Lights at the Medina Fairgrounds (710 West Smith Road,, one of the area's largest drive-thru light attractions.

Check it out now through December 30th -- Holiday Lights is open Friday and Saturday from 6-10pm and Sunday 6-9pm. It is also open 6-9pm weeknights the week of December 17-22 and December 24-27. Admission is $7 per car, $15 per 15-passenger van, and $50 for a bus.

Santa and his cycledeer were also kind enough to take a break from cycling around the North Pole to join us for the Century Cycles staff photo this year, which was featured on our Holiday Sale Postcard:

The Century Cycles Family (photo by Ed Meyer)

We're tremendously proud of our creative staff in Medina for designing and building this bicycle-themed holiday light display. To learn how it all came about last year, click here.

Monday, November 26, 2012

2013 GOBA Route Announced

The fine folks at the Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure (GOBA) have announced the route for 2013 -- the ride's 25th anniversary year, which they have dubbed "Reunion of the Fittest," on June 15-22.

Each year, the GOBA route features a different part of Ohio. In 2013, it will start and finish in Urbana, Ohio, with five days of cycling 45-55 miles from Urbana to Troy to Greenville to New Bremen to Sidney and back to Urbana, plus two days of optional loops. The minimum mileage is 250 and the maximum is 410 miles. Among the tourist attractions on the ride this year are the Bicycle Museum of America in New Bremen.

Click here to watch a video announcement of the 2013 route.

For all the details -- including parade, lodging, prize, and meal info -- be sure to go to Registration has already begun!

And we have already begun preparations for our 21st annual "4th Century Cycles Store" (below) that rolls along with the GOBA riders for the week, to provide them with all the comforts and mechanical support of their hometown bicycle store!

Friday, November 23, 2012

What do you hope Santa leaves under your tree?

Today is Black Friday, the official start of the Christmas shopping season. As we help bicycle shoppers of all types, we'd like to know:

What do you hope Santa leaves under your tree?

Take our latest online poll to let us know!

Whether you're buying gifts for your cycling friends and family or yourself, there's never been a better time to buy at Century Cycles! With our Holiday Sale, you can take 15% off the lowest-marked price of any bicycle (including those already on sale!), and 20% off all accessories. These offers are good not just on Black Friday, but through December 31!

And, don't forget our latest Hot Deal for Cold Days, 50% off flannel cycling shirts from ZOIC Clothing.

Last month's online poll asked "What should be the top bicycling priority of the presidential candidates?" An overwhelming majority answered either "More bike lanes and trails in local, state and federal projects" (49%) or "Keep federal funding for bicycling infrastructure" (22%). Even though the election is over (finally!), you can see the full results of the last poll here.

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Thanksgiving Plan for 2013: Bike-Powered Spit

Happy Thanksgiving! May your holiday be filled with good people, good times, and good food -- even if you don't have a bike-powered spit to cook the turkey. (And if you don't, there's your project to prepare for Thanksgiving 2013!)

All our stores are CLOSED today for the holiday. We re-open tomorrow at 10am with the Holiday Sale in full swing and the most award-winning bike store staff in Ohio ready to help you!

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Tech Talk: How to Raise your Handlebars

A common complaint among customers is that "I'm leaning over too much on my bike." This is often the result of buying a bike that is too small for you, or buying the wrong style of bike for your needs (e.g. getting a road bike when you should have bought a hybrid bike). In other cases, you may need to make adjustments to your riding position while you're recovering from an injury to your back or neck.

Getting your position more upright on your bicycle can be accomplished by raising your handlebars. This can be an easy process on some bikes, or it can be somewhat involved on others. There are different systems used to attach the handlebar to the bike. Some of these systems have different levels of adjustability built into them. Other systems involve replacing parts to change the height of your handlebars.

The key component in any case is the stem, which is the part that clamps the handlebar on one end, and is inserted into or clamped onto the bike frame at the other end.

Quill stems

Quill stems are the type found on most vintage bikes, as well as some modern entry-level hybrid and mountain bikes, and most kids' bikes. This system can usually be identified by the two large nuts at the top of the head tube of the bike's frame.
Nuts on a threaded headset with a quill stem
Sometimes these nuts are hidden by a cone-shaped cover; this cover is cosmetic only.
Quill stem with cosmetic headset nut cover
Note that these nuts do not actually hold the stem in place. The bike's fork has threads at the top of the steerer tube; these nuts are screwed onto these threads and are used to adjust the amount of tension on the headset, which is the set of bearings that allow your steering to operate. Because of these threads, quill stems are sometimes referred to as "threaded" stems, although the term "threaded" technically applies to the steerer tube and the headset, not the stem.

The quill stem is actually held in place by a wedge bolt that fits inside the steerer tube. The quill stem is adjusted using the single bolt facing up on the top of the stem. This bolt usually has a 6 millimeter allen head.
A quill stem
To adjust the height of your quill stem, just loosen the top bolt by turning it counter-clockwise. This should allow the stem to rotate and move up and down freely. If the bolt is loose but the stem doesn't move, it may be seized up inside the steerer tube due to dirt and corrosion. If you hold the front wheel of the bike between your knees and turn the handlebars firmly, this should break the stickiness. Or, try tapping the top of the stem with a rubber mallet.

At this point, you can raise the position of your stem. Hold it in place as you re-tighten the top bolt, making sure that the neck of the stem is in line with your front tire.

IMPORTANT: Be sure that you do not raise the stem beyond the "maximum insertion point" line that is stamped onto the shaft of the stem. Doing so can cause damage to your bicycle, and potentially serious bodily injury.

If the length of your quill stem and the maximum insertion point does not allow you to get the handlebar high enough to your satisfaction, you can replace the stem. You can find a quill stem with a longer neck or one that has an adjustable angle, or both.
A quill stem with adjustable angle
The key to choosing a new stem is selecting one that is the correct size for your bike. The two measurements that are important are the steerer tube size and the handlebar clamp size.

The steerer tube is most likely either 1 inch or 1-1/8 inches. The steerer tube is measured on the outside diameter, but where it can get confusing is that the stem is sized to fit the inside of the steerer tube. Thus, a quill stem for a 1-1/8 inch steerer tube actually measures 1 inch (25.4mm) in diameter. A quill stem for a 1 inch steerer tube actually measures 7/8 inch (22.2mm) in diameter.

Handlebar clamp sizes will either be 25.4mm or 26.0mm. Most mountain and hybrid bikes use the 25.4mm clamp, and most road bikes use 26.0mm. Some modern mountain and road bikes use a 31.8mm handlebar clamp, but these likely won't have quill stems.

Replacement quill stems start at around $27, with $10 in labor for installation.

Instead of a new stem, you can also purchase a quill stem extender. This is basically a tube of metal that inserts into your steerer tube, and then your original stem inserts into the top of the extender. These run about $20.
A quill stem extender
Threadless stems

Threadless stems are found on most modern mountain and road bikes, and some mid-level and higher-end hybrid bikes. The term "threadless" technically refers to the absense of threading on the steerer tube and headset, and thus the absense of the two large nuts on the headset. A threadless stem clamps onto the outside of the steerer tube, and is held in place by one or two bolts situated horizontally at the back end of the stem.
A threadless stem
There are usually a few spacer rings installed beneath and/or above the stem. You can adjust the height of the stem by swapping spacers from above to below, and vice-versa. If there are no spacers above the stem, then there is no way to move the stem any higher.

You have a couple of options for raising your stem and handlebars in this situation. First, you can install a steerer tube extender. This clamps to the top of your steerer tube, and then your stem clamps to the top of the extender. This can give you 2 to 4 inches of additional height. A threadless steerer tube extender runs about $40, with about $10 in labor for installation.
A threadless steerer tube extender
You can also choose to purchase a replacement stem with a different length and angle that gets you into your desired riding position. Threadless stems are also available with adjustable angles. Replacement stems start at about $35, with about $10 in labor for installation.
A threadless stem with adjustable angle
Choosing the proper size of your stem is similar to choosing a quill stem; you need the correct size for your steerer tube (usually 1 inch or 1-1/8 inch), and handlebar clamp size (25.4mm, 26.0mm, or 31.8mm).

Replacing a threadless stem should only be done by an experience bike mechanic, because to replace the stem, you must also remove and re-install the stem top cap. The stem top cap controls the tension on the headset bearings, and if this is not adjusted correctly, could lead to shorter life or damage to your headset.

Cables and housing

Regardless of whether you have a quill stem or threadless stem, the biggest issue you might run into when trying to raise your handlebars is having enough slack in your brake and shifter cables. Usually, bikes are assembled at the factory with enough slack for the stock stem height only, with very little room for upward adjustment. Often we find that to get the stem and handlebar high enough, we also need to replace some or all of the brake and shifter cables and housing. This job runs about $50 for parts and labor.

In conclusion, depending on the type of stem and handlebar system you have, in the best-case scenario, raising your handlebars is a quick, free adjustment, but in the worst-case scenario, it can be a job costing upwards of $100.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

FREE Bicycling and Maintenance Clinics

Too cold to ride? Then join Century Cycles this winter for 29 clinics on 17 different essential topics for you and your bike!
  • Cost: All FREE, no RSVP required!
  • Time: All clinics start at 6:30pm (except Saturday clinics, which start at 1:30pm) and are 45-60 minutes long.
  • Place: Simultaneously at all three Century Cycles stores (except Tandem 101 and Snow Biking).
  • Plus: Attendees also receive a 15% discount on all parts and accessories purchased immediately after the clinic. Light refreshments will be served.
To see a list of our clinics by date, go to our Calendar of Events page. You can also download the schedule in a printable document (requires Adobe Reader software).

Basic Bike Maintenance
Our most popular clinic! Learn the basic skills every bicyclist should know: How to fix a flat tire, do a pre-ride safety check, and what to carry on every ride.
When: Tues Dec 4, Sat Jan 12 (1:30pm), Thurs Jan 31 (Ladies Night), Sat Feb 16 (1:30pm), Thurs Mar 7

Roadside Repair
Learn our favorite tricks to get home safely after breaking down on a ride - how to fix a flat without tools, what to do when the chain comes off, and what you CAN'T fix roadside.
When: Thurs Nov 29, Tues Feb 19

Shifting Adjustment
Keep your bike's shifting quiet and reliable by learning to fine-tune its derailers.
When: Thurs Dec 27, Tues Jan 22, Thurs Feb 21

All About Brakes
Learn about the different types of brakes and how to adjust them to stop on a dime.
When: Thurs Dec 13, Tues Jan 15

Cleaning/Lubing Drive Trains
How to clean and properly lubricate your bike's drive train (AKA its chain, gears, and derailers) to extend its life and improve your bike's performance.
When: Tues Dec 11, Tues Jan 8, Thurs Feb 7

Dressing for Winter Cycling
Many of us ride all year long. Hear our essential tips for not getting too cold (or too hot) this winter.
When: Tues Nov 27, Tues Dec 18

Cleaning and Storing Your Bicycle
Learn the proper way to wash your bike, as well as the where/why/how to store bicycles in your home for the long, cold winter.
When: Thurs Dec 6

Bike Commuting 101
Riding your bike to work and errands can save money, burn calories, and help the planet. Learn tips to get started and stay motivated. (Also see: Riding in Traffic Clinic)
When: Thurs Jan 10, Tues Feb 26

Preparing For and Riding in the MS 150 (And Other Event Rides)
Long charity rides and multi-day events take preparation and planning. We will share our best training tips, accessory must-haves and checklists to help you succeed.
When: Thurs Jan 17, Thurs Feb 28

Riding in Traffic
We'll share how we take the lane, navigate turning lanes, see (and be seen by) motorists, traffic laws, and much more.
When: Tues Mar 5

Choosing and Using Clipless Pedals
All about selecting clipless pedals and shoes for your riding style, clipping in, unclipping while riding, and avoiding the dreaded fall.
When: Tues Jan 29

GPS and Fitness Apps
Are you ready to bring computing to your bicycling and just don't know where to start? See the latest GPS devices and learn how they (and fitness apps) can work for you.
When: Thurs Jan 3

Mountain Bike Suspension
Having your shocks tuned to your body, your riding style and the terrain can make all the difference between a good day and bad day on the trail.
When: Thurs Jan 24

Bike Touring 101
Planning a bike adventure near or far? This clinic will help get yourself, your bike and gear, and your route prepared for self-supported bike touring - from sub-24-hour overnights to weeks on the road.
When: Tues Feb 5

Tandem 101
Is a bicycle built for two in your future? Learn about the fun and unique aspects of tandem bicycles for captains (the person in front) and stokers (the person in back).
When: Tues Feb 12
Where: Medina only

Snow Biking
Get tips on riding in the snow and test ride the Surly Pugsley and Moonlander snow bikes.
When: To be announced (when the snow falls)
Where: Peninsula only

Monday, November 19, 2012

Save on all Bicycles, Accessories, and Tune-Up Service with our Holiday Sale!

Get printable coupons that you can bring into any of our three stores for our best-ever deals on bicycles, clothing, accessories, and even tune-ups. The product coupons are valid now through December 31, 2012 -- good for the whole holiday season, NOT just Black Friday -- and the tune-up coupons are good through February 28, 2013!
  • 15% Off all bicycles (first time ever)!
  • 20% Off all clothing and accessories!
  • FREE Christmas Ornament with any $25 or more purchase (in-store only, while supplies last)
  • $15 Off Bicycle Tune-Up Service Package #1 (reg. $64.99)
  • $20 Off Bicycle Tune-Up Service Package #2 (reg. $99.99)
  • $30 Off Bicycle Tune-Up Service Package #3 (reg. $134.99)
  • $50 Off Bicycle Tune-Up Service Package #4 (reg. $219.99)
For more details and printable coupons, go to:

Please note that all three Century Cycles stores will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 22 for Thanksgiving Day, so that our staff can enjoy the holiday with their families. We will be open for our regular hours the rest of the weekend -- Friday & Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 12 - 5pm.

And remember, in addition to the offers listed above, we also have these options to make your holiday shopping easier:
  • Gift Cards (buy them in our stores or online)
  • Lay-away
  • Free Gift Bicycle Storage 'Til Dec. 24
  • Free Bicycle Delivery *
* Within our service area. Other restrictions may apply; see stores for details.

For descriptions of all of our Bicycle Tune-Up Service Packages, see:

Friday, November 16, 2012

Cuyahoga Valley National Park Seeking Volunteer Trailblazers

Photo by L. Sprague-Falk
Cuyahoga Valley National Park is seeking volunteers to be part of the hike, bike, ski, and horse patrol group called Trailblazers. Trailblazers assist interpretive and protection rangers by providing information, basic first aid, and bike maintenance to visitors on the multi-use Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail and over 100 miles of hiking trails in CVNP.

An informational meeting will be held Thursday, December 13, 7:00 p.m., at Happy Days Lodge (500 W. Streetsboro Road, Peninsula, Ohio). Volunteer applications are being accepted until Monday, January 7, 2013.

Apply online at:

Thursday, November 15, 2012

50% Off ZOIC Flannel Cycling Shirts - Hot Deals for Cold Days #2

Hot Deal #2 Introduces ZOIC Cycling Clothing to Northeast Ohio!

Looking for something you can wear around town between rides? That's ZOIC, our newest line of cycling clothing that we're introducing with an awesome 50% off deal on their popular flannel riding shirts.

ZOIC Men's Tradesman Flannel Cycling Shirt


(Regularly $84.99; half-off price valid Nov. 15-28 only)

ZOIC Women's Carissa Flannel Cycling Shirt


(Regularly $79.99; half-off price valid Nov. 15-28 only)

Looking for something you can wear around town between rides? That's ZOIC, our newest line of cycling clothing that we're introducing with an awesome 50% off deal on their popular flannel riding shirts.

ZOIC makes casual, comfortable cycling clothing for mountain bikers, bike commuters and more. These shirts boast:
  • Premier performance, rugged style and stylish comfort - like the rest of the ZOIC line!
  • Soft, wicking flannel fabric
  • Internal sleeve cuffs to fend off freezing temperatures
  • Tech pocket with headphone slit
  • Men's Tradesman: Green, with reflective accents on the collar and back pocket for night riding and commuting
  • Women's Carissa: Purple or Brown, with slightly tapered active fit and stretch 
Want to see other great ZOIC clothes we now have in stock? Go to:  

Want to learn more about dressing for winter cycling? Attend a clinic on Tuesday, November 27!

The Fine Print
This Hot Deal is good only November 15 - 28, 2012, while supplies last. In-store purchase only; no online or phone orders accepted. No coupon necessary.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Where We Ride: Rich's Sub 24-Hour Overnight on the Towpath Trail

Ever dreamed of taking a long trip by bike, but afraid you don't have the time or stamina? Then try a Sub 24-Hour Overnight, which is a short out-and-back bike trip with one night's stay. (We've written about Sub 24-Hour Overnights before, in this article from Ohio Sports & Fitness Magazine.)

Rich Oettinger from Century Cycles’ Peninsula store did just such a trip earlier this year on the Towpath Trail. He used it as a training ride for a much longer trip on the Great Allegheny Passage/C&O Canal Towpath from Pittsburgh, PA to Washington, DC.

Rich and two of his friends packed up their camping gear and departed from Peninsula, riding about 60 miles down to the village of Bolivar. This ride is all on the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail, other than a short street detour through downtown Massillon and a couple of miles from the end of the trail into Bolivar.

After camping at the NTR Canoe Livery, they packed up and headed back to Peninsula the next morning.

Not feeling up for riding 60 miles a day for two days straight? There are lots of options for a shorter trip. You can drive to the Lake Avenue Trailhead in Massillon, and from there it's a 20-mile ride to Bolivar. Or, stop at one of the other campgrounds just off the Towpath Trail; to learn more here about the locations of these campgrounds, see

Roughing it and sleeping in a tent not your thing? The village of Bolivar also offers hotel and motel chains, as well as several historic bed & breakfast inns. And without having to carry a tent and sleeping bag, you'll be able to pack a lot lighter as well!

The Towpath Trail offers many diversions along the way to stretch your legs, get a snack, and see more of Ohio's rich canal-era history, including a ride on the St. Helena III, a replica canal freighter in downtown Canal Fulton.

Rich used his touring bicycle for this trip, but you don't need a new bike to do an overnight bike trip. Stop into one of our stores to discuss your trip plans with one of our bike-touring experts--we've got thousands of miles of touring experience, and we can help you equip your bike for a trip of any length. Or consider attending our "Bike Touring 101" clinic on Tuesday, February 5.

To read more about the equipment that Rich used, how he prepared for his trip, and his personal highlights, check out this article on this blog.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Fall Hours start this weekend

Just a reminder that our Fall Hours start this weekend at all three Century Cycles stores. All this means is that we will close at 5:00pm on Fridays and Saturdays until further notice. Don't worry; we're still open until 8:00pm Monday through Thursday, and noon to 5:00pm Sunday!

You can always find our current hours of operation at:

The weather is looking up for this weekend! It may be your last chance to enjoy good riding weather for the year!

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Look who made it to Maine!

We were thrilled to receive this message the other day -- a very happy follow-up to our October 13th blog post. Congratulations, Taylor and Jesse!! YOU guys rock, and that Surly Long Haul Trucker looks mighty fine in Maine!

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Nutcase Helmets' Shop of the Month

Everyone at Century Cycles is nutty for the news that we won Shop of the Month from Nutcase Helmets, a national honor we enjoy as much as the serious fun we have selling (and wearing!) Nutcase helmets.

Big thanks to Nutcase for this wonderful recognition, to our rep Gary Thomas for the nomination, to our awesome staff for sharing the Nutcase love, and especially to the best customers in the world who love their brains!

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Sugar Skull It!

Sugar Skulls display at Century Cycles - Medina
Happy Day of the Dead! Celebrate it all year long on the Sugar Skulls cruiser from Electra Bicycle Company -- or check out all the cool accessories to help you "Sugar Skull" your own bike, including ding dong bell, canvas tote, shirts, seats, handgrips, and more. (In stock and ready to test ride, ring, or try on in our Medina and Rocky River stores.)

The Sugar Skulls bell will beautify any bike!

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Hot Deals for Cold Days #1 - Indoor Training

Are you tired of a week of rain? We know that we certainly are, and our hearts go out to everyone dealing with the effects of the recent storm -- including US, with our Rocky River store shut down without power for two days (we're open for business now!).

If you're itching to get on your bike, this weather brings a perfect time to start your indoor training season. And, our first of our Hot Deals for Cold Days of the year is a perfect way to get started!

Blackburn Tech Mag 6 Trainer

(Regularly $239.99; half-off price valid November 1 through 14, 2012 only while supplies last.)

Hot Deal #1 is an awesome deal on indoor training -- a whopping 50% off the Blackburn Tech Mag 6 Trainer! - ideal for use with your bicycle in your own home, for indoor cycling classes where you bring your own bike and trainer, or for taking to a race or event to warm up.   

The Blackburn Tech Mag 6 features a sturdy steel frame and a silky-smooth magnetic resistance unit with 6 settings that are selectable with a handlebar-mounted remote. All for just $119.99!

Never used an indoor trainer? Learn more by reviewing our 5 Tips for Indoor Training.


In addition to this special buy, save 15% off all our other in-stock trainers by CycleOps and Blackburn! Plus, save 15% off all in-stock trainer accessories:
  • Climbing block  to provide extra stability and a hill-climbing workout
  • Training mat  to protect your floor or carpet
  • Trainer bag to transport your trainer to classes, races or anywhere else you might need it to go!
Now through November 14, 2012!