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Quick Guide To Bike Trainers

Ok, we’ll admit it. There’s times when it’s just too horrific to go outside. Then we looked at the weather app, saw a number with a minus sign in front of it, and put it all away again. Instead we

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Black Friday Top Picks

Behold. Black Friday 2015 is upon us. You might still be feeling glutted with turkey and possibly too much time with extended family, but Bike Nashbar is bursting with Black Friday good cheer. So good, in fact, that we decided to

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Light It Up: Picking The Right Light For Your Bike

With the days getting darker, using lights on your bike becomes more important. Lights usually fall into two categories: Lights that help you see Lights that help you bee seen But which one do you need? Much will depend on

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Get Tough: Dressing For Bad Weather

The days are getting dark, cold, and rainy. That means it’s time to get tough. Rule No. 9 states that if you are out riding in bad weather, it means you’re a cycling hardman (or woman). We subscribe that idea

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That Cinderella Moment: Finding The Perfect Cycling Shoe

1. FIT -Generally speaking, your cycling shoes should be the tightest fitting shoes you own. -You don’t want your foot crammed in there with your toes all curled up, or painful pressure points, but they should feel closer fitting than

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