Monthly Archives: March 2013
A hybrid bicycle utilizes the 700c wheel, so each pedal stroke has the ability to carry you forward to explore new territory with less effort. The Crosstown 2.1 pictured below is a comfort bike. It features an adjustable stem, a wide saddle and a suspension seat post. The steel frame will absorb more on rough […]
Handlebar bags that are a must for your ride-and can be used off the bicycle also! The Ode to Joy Tote and the Tour De Joy Purse are from Cycleaware. Both are constructed from synthetic leather and feature reflective fabric bands in strategic places for visibility. The bags include carrying straps for ease […]
We just received an inch of snow overnight, not quite enough to go out snow shoeing . However if you received 4″ or more you are lucky-you can enjoy a snow shoe event. All snow shoes still in stock are marked down 20%.
It seems like just yesterday I read news of a new ride in Ohio.The ride would be held annually in a different region in Ohio each year to highlight the varied topography of the state and unique points of interest offered by the small towns along the route. G.O.B.A.(the Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure) turns 25 […]
The weather websites indicate the temperature in my neck of the woods has reached a balmy 31 degrees,but the sun is currently shining! This time of year, when it is not everyone’s riding weather, is great for bringing in a bicycle to the shop for service, or to shop for a new bike. It is […]
The Freedom Trail travels 4.2 miles between the Middlebury Lot to Tallmadge Circle. When completed, this eight-mile multipurpose trail will connect Akron and Kent and become another popular linear park managed by Metro Parks, Serving County. The Summit Metro Parks Freedom Trail officially opens on May 1. The trail is unofficially open for business now […]