From the monthly archives: March 2011

Learn how to install a mountain bike gear cassette and what you should do with the one you removed from your bike in thisfree bike care and maintenance video series. Expert: Mickey Denoncourt Contact: www.spookybikes.com Bio: Mickey Denoncourt owns Spooky Bikes, at www.spookybikes.com. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

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Looking for some great dirt bike motorcycle riding tips? Read on.The first thing that riders must concentrate on to improve their riding skills is to concentrate on the technique. Speed comes automatically if the technique is right. What?s more, you?ll also be a lot safer if you get the technique right. After all, the mistakes [...]

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Camping With Kids

On March 31, 2011 By

There's nothing 6 year olds or older kids love more than being in the outdoors. Camping is an outdoor recreational activity involving spending one or more nights in a tent, a primitive structure, a travel trailer or recreational vehicle at a campsite with the purpose of getting away from civilization and enjoying nature. National parks [...]

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Need speed? Grab the WTB Nano Raptor Mountain Bike Tire. An adaptation of WTBs premier race tire, this sleek 29er features a lightweight yet durable casing, elevated centerline tread, and micro-knob design for fast rolling over hardpack and traction in moist-to-dry conditions. Lean into turns with confidence thanks to the [...]

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I am a college student in Sacramento, CA and I would like to purchase a cheap bike. A bike that is about $50 or cheaper. I already looked at craigslist. Are there any stores in Sacramento that sell cheap bikes?

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I am in the market for one, but am thinking prices might drop in the spring. I've been searching for 3 months now and have not found any astounding deals. Do you think people are more apt to get rid of bikes in Dec/Jan?

I'm looking for high end Cannondale/Bianchi/Cervelo
I am located [...]

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Motor Biking Tour In Ladakh

On March 31, 2011 By

India is an incredible country. From top to bottom, each and every corner of the country is special. One of the most special places in this incredible country is Ladakh. It is located in the northern most region of the country and certainly is one-of-its-kind destination in the world. Here you can experience utmost proximity [...]

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My step dad passed away recently and he had a really nice mountain bike I would like to ride. Unfortunately the tires are junk and I can't seem to figure out what tires to buy for the bike.

On the tire it says 26x47/50 to fit hook bead rim (47-559) and on the rim [...]

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Who would not like to slide down the snow covered mountains? The sheer excitement that this adventure sport brings gives the skiers a greatly fulfilling experience. The skiing enthusiasts would wait for the mountains to be covered with heavy snow so that they can enjoy their vacation or holiday. Some of the mountains that are [...]

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Know About Mountain Bike Gears

On March 30, 2011 By

Bike shoes with a lace up fastening system are out; we now have a variety of Velcro designs providing the grip. Other different ratchet tightening systems are also available, and designed to hold our feet securely and comfortably in our shoes. Much like a car there is almost no limit on how much you can [...]

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If you want to introduce your child to the adrenalin packed experience of dirt road biking, then, the first step is to know something about children's dirt bikes. Of course, like most parents, you too may have concerns about safety, the kind of bike to buy, precautions to be taken and so on. But the [...]

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Summer months are the perfect time for family fun while the children are out of school. It can get financially burdensome taking them to amusement parks, even more so if you're short on cash. If you're in a similar predicament as many Americans are, you shouldn't fret, since there are numerous money-saving fun things to [...]

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Improved for 2008 Lower weight, lower rolling resistance, and more g Featuring the new U-Blocks that make the tire grip 30-55 psi, 67 EPI 460 grams

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The most successful competition tire. We made it even more merciless - lower weight, lower rolling resistance, better grip. Racing Ralph is now "next [...]

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Easy to install Quick Trigger Hub System 3 bike capacity Narrow arm design fits a wide variety of bike frames Integrated StableCradles hold bikes firmly in place Padded feet protect your vehicle's paint job

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Yakima designed the SuperJoe 3 for value-conscious riders who still want a super hero of a [...]

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Single Speed 700C Bicycles

On March 30, 2011 By

For urban cycling needs and simple commutes to work or school, the single speed 700C bicycles are an ideal option. If your general cycling needs consist of travel on predictable, paved terrain, with few environmental challenges, these bicycles offer low-maintenance, easily cared for transportation. Multiple sporty designs are available to appeal to any tastes.Why a [...]

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