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Kids Bikes

Making Sure Your Kids Bikes Are Sized Right

Buying a new bike can be an expensive purchase, and making sure it fits your kid right is very important. A bike that is too big or small can be dangerous and won't let them enjoy the ride. Properly sizing a new bike involves a kids' bicycle size chart and a little common sense. Taking the time to do this right before making your purchase will allow your kids to enjoy their new bikes and help you avoid extra trips back to the shop....(more)

Choosing Your Kid's First Bike

Choosing your kid's first bike is an exciting time for both you and your child. Learning to ride a bike is an essential part of growing up in the modern world, and having the right tools helps a great deal in the process. Learn the important tips to keep in mind when you are choosing your kid's first bike....(more)

Buying the Right Kids' Bike

Millions of dollars are spent every year on kids' bikes. Parents and children all over the world favor a brand new bicycle as one of the best birthday and holiday gifts to give a child. While shopping for kids bikes can be a lot of fun, there are also some factors to consider to be sure you're getting the right bicycle for your child. So, keep reading to find out the primary decisions that need to be made when shopping for kids' bikes....(more)

Learning to Ride: The Best Bikes to Learn on for Kids

Teaching your child how to ride a bike is an event that is fun for the whole family. To make sure your child is able to learn quickly, purchase a bike for beginning riders. These bicycles have several features that prevent crashes and help your child develop the skills they need to master riding a bicycle. Purchase one of the best kids' bikes before you begin teaching your child how to ride a bike to ensure a safe and productive experience....(more)

Clothing and Gear

Retro Style Cycling Jerseys

For close to 100 years it was both a tradition and a rule that all racing cyclists, amateur and professional wore black shorts. ...(more)

Why do cyclists wear Lycra?

Spandex is the generic name for the stretchy man made fiber, Lycra is a brand name for the most popular Spandex product. Spandex and Lycra are the same thing. So why do cyclists wear these skin tight outfits? The answer is comfort and practicality....(more)

National Retailers to Shop for VOmax Cycling Jerseys

VOmax is a well known custom performance sports apparel company that specializes in cycling, running, and skiing. The company makes some of the most technically advanced and highly regarded sportswear for cycling. If you are looking to upgrade your cycling gear, this list of national retailers that sell VOmax cycling jerseys are a great first step....(more)

Tires and Wheels

Fixing a flat

If you are a cyclist a flat tire is inevitable at some point or other. When it happens it is an inconvenience but it need not be any worse than this if you are prepared and have the basic knowledge of how to fix the problem....(more)

Removing and fitting bicycle tires

If you ride a bicycle, at some point you will get a flat tire, or you will need to replace a tire. Removing and replacing a tire can be difficult, or relatively easy if you understand how tires are designed and what is going on when you remove or install...(more)

Leading Manufacturers of Mountain Bike Racing Tires

Racing bike tires provide superior performance for cyclists. Designed with speed and efficiency in mind, these tires create the perfect grip to the pavement and are sized for top performance of any bicycle racer. Increase your confidence by purchasing a bike racing tire from a leading and reputable manufacturer. Racing bike tires feature different components and styles, meaning you should carefully consider your options prior to making a purchase....(more)

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Dave Moulton

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Dave Moulton started racing in England in the early 1950s and competed in road races throughout the 1960s and 1970s. He reached the highest level in British amateur racing, and in the late 1950s Moulton learned the craft of bicycle frame building from Albert "Pop" Hodge. Throughout the 1960s Dave... Read More

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