250 Dyckman Street
New York, NY 10034
Open 7 days a week
Mon-Sat: 10am to 7pm
Sun: 10am to 6pm

(212) 544-7055
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Feature Items

  • Raleigh Talus 29 Carbon Elite - 2012
    $2,800.00

    Speed comes easy on Raleigh's Talus 29 Carbon Elite! Its super-light, responsive Direct Connect carbon frame, 100mm-travel Fox fork and fast-rolling 29-inch wheels all… [more]

  • Cannondale Women's Synapse 6 Compact - 2012
    $1,100.00

    Cannondale's Women's Synapse 6 offers a lively and efficient ride, stable handling and ample comfort too. Cannondale's lightweight aluminum frame boasts a slightly more… [more]

  • Diamondback Podium 2 - 2012
    $1,050.00
    Product Rating
     
    4.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    Enjoy charity rides more than ever, set a new best time on your favorite loop, or hang with the pack with ease on Diamondback's Podium 2. With its lightweight and lively… [more]

  • Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper FSR - 2011
    $6,544.99
    $8,100.00
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (6 Reviews)

    The impressively low weight and amazing suspension action of Specialized's S-Works Stumpjumper FSR makes it, quite possibly, the ultimate trail bike. This carbon dream… [more]

  • Cannondale F29 Carbon 3 - 2014
    $3,140.00

    Prepare to leave your riding buddies in the dust when you're rocking Cannondale's F29 Carbon 3. Its carbon frame with vibration-damping SAVE stays, 90mm-travel Lefty… [more]

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The 2015 Jamis Renegade



Shout out to Jamis for making such a versatile ride!

Today's Tread Tip

Removing Pedals - There's a trick to removing pedals. The left pedal (non-chain side) is "reverse" threaded, which means that you must turn it clockwise (to the right), to loosen and remove it. The right pedal is removed by turning it counter-clockwise. Because pedals are usually quite tight, it helps a lot to use a wrench with a long handle or a special bicycle pedal wrench. Also, when removing the right pedal, we recommend shifting onto the large chainring first. This way, if you slip while turning the pedal wrench, you won't strike the chainring teeth and cut yourself. If you're having trouble removing your pedals, be sure to ask us for help, too!

NOTE:

Please contact us for availability. We may not have a bike in stock in your size so before you make a big trip for a specific bike, email us or call. This is our online catalog so you can get an idea what we have in the store.