Feature Items

  • GT Karakoram Elite - 2015
    $1,059.99 - $1,060.00

    Riders of all skills can appreciate the benefits of 29-inch wheels. They roll easy and fast over rough sections and smooth trails alike. Combine those big hoops with… [more]

  • Trail's Edge Moose Mitts - Flat Bar
    $69.99 - $94.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (8 Reviews)

    *** 11/18/14 NOTE: We are currently experiencing a bit of a backlog with orders on all styles of Mitts. Orders have been pouring in with the recent arctic blast, vortex,… [more]

  • Cannondale Trail 29er 4 - 2014
    $959.99

    Cannondale's Trail 29er 4 is a great bike for big-wheeled, off-road adventure. The frame's large-diameter, thin-wall aluminum tubes maximize stiffness and minimize… [more]

  • Giro Apeckx Shoes
    $99.99 - $149.99
    $149.99

    Giro's Apeckx Shoes offer the pedaling efficiency, support and comfort to take your road rides to the next level. They boast DuPont Zytel nylon soles for excellent power… [more]

  • Cannondale Quick 4 - 2014
    $739.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (15 Reviews)

    Healthy body, healthy mind, healthy planet! Accomplish all three by riding Cannondale's Quick 4. Its light, efficient aluminum frame zooms over the tarmac, and also… [more]

  • Cannondale Trail 29er 7 - 2014
    $599.99

    Take to the dirt! Cannondale's sweet Trail 29er 7 puts a smile on your face! Its strong aluminum frame and 100mm-travel suspension fork ride harmoniously over all types… [more]

  • Surly Cross Check - 2014
    $1,249.99 - $1,250.00
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (4 Reviews)

    Surly's Cross Check is everybody's favorite jack-of-all-trades. Ride it, race it, commute, camp, or get stoked on 'cross; this bike has seen it all. Crafted of… [more]

  • Cannondale Quick 6 - 2015
    $519.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (6 Reviews)

    Think of this bike as a personal trainer and a limousine all wrapped into one. Get in shape, get to work, or just have fun, Cannondale's Quick 6 features a light,… [more]

  • Vassago Cycles Fisticuff - /2013
    $549.99

    2013 NEW Vassago Fisticuff Jack of all trades, master of most. Like all things Vassago, (except maybe our beer glasses) the Fisticuff is not for everybody. Think of it… [more]

  • Trail's Edge Instructional Classes
    $15.00 - $30.00

    Trail's Edge has always been an information and customer driven shop. To this end we are offering several bike service related classes over the winter months. The… [more]

  • Cannondale F29 4 - 2014
    $2,709.99

    It's well proven that 29er hardtails are fast. Yet Cannondale takes it a step further with their F29 4. This aluminum XC rocket features SPEED SAVE micro-suspension… [more]

  • Strider X4
    $109.99

    If your toddler can walk, a STRIDER will get your toddler cruising over dirt, grass, and pavement with ease. Designed to be steady, stable, and safe, the STRIDER ST-4… [more]

Specials

 

NiteRider All Night!

The new line of NiteRider lights are in stock and ready to help you extend the season. Ride more!

Safety tips for MTB riding during hunting season

Having grown up with a family that hunts and being an avid cyclist I wanted to share some knowledge to keep everyone safe during the hunting season. First thing is to define and understand the 2 major types of Deer hunting in Michigan. 

Bow hunting:
It is extremely unlikely that you will ever get hit by an arrow...or even see a bow hunter. Bow hunters hide in the forest many times in what is called a "Tree Stand" above eyesight of deer and people. They are very quiet and sit for hours waiting for the perfect opportunity. Bow hunters typically will not shoot at moving targets, and have a limited range. The skill required for bow hunting also makes it less likely that any randon arrow will ever come past your wheel. 


Rifle Season:
Usually pretty short (2 weeks in most cases) but potentailly more hazardous to be on the trail. Rifle hunting allows a much greater range of aim and fire due to the gun. Like Bow hunters rifle hunters usually hunt at dawn and dusk. While rifle hunters have the ablity to fire at moving targets due to the nature of the weapon, seasoned hunters will usually avoid this and take cautious aim. But there are thousands of novice hunters every year who may not be as patient when they think your a deer.

  • Know what season it is (CHECK HERE)
  • Avoid riding during the hunting season - visit your local bike shop instead :-)
  • If you must ride, locate the State Parks which are hunt free zones.
  • If you must ride where hunting is permitted
    1.) Ride during the daylight hours 10 - 2 is ideal.
    2.) Wear bright colored clothes. A hunters orange saftey vest from K-Mart is not a bad investment.
    3.) Avoid any browns or white color clothes. White looks like a tail of a deer running away
    4.) Be aware of your surroundings. If you notice people on the trail with guns...be friendly

Please remember while out on the trail, hunter's have been around longer and play an important roll for Michigan's DNR. Hunting License fees have paid for most of our parks systems. Lucky hunters also play a great roll in animal population control. Please only call the DNR to report poaching, or if you are personally threatened. Please use your best judgment

Today's Tip

Track Your Training - Logging your training in a diary is an excellent motivator. It's rewarding to look back and see how much you've accomplished, and it fuels your desire to do more. All that's required is a notebook. For each ride, jot the date, distance, time and a brief description of the ride, including any details you feel like tracking such as the weather or with the names of your riding partners. Details like these make past rides come alive when you're reviewing your workouts. You can also enter specifics such as your resting morning heart rate, how you felt, your average speed, body weight, any foods you tried on the ride, even new bike equipment. The data can be as detailed and specific or as casual as you like. The more detailed it is, though, the easier it'll be to interpret the data to determine why you felt good or bad on given days/rides.

CycleOps Knows Indoor Training!

Train smarter with CycleOps indoor trainers!
To ride your best it helps to have great tools, which is why we carry CycleOps. From whisper-quiet trainers and smooth-spinning rollers, to the amazing PowerTap power meter, CycleOps provides everything needed to achieve your goals. Drop by and check out our excellent selection of CycleOps soon!

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