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Feature Items

  • Diamondback Podium 2 - 2012
    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]

  • Cannondale F29 Carbon 3 - 2014

    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]

  • Raleigh Talus 29 Carbon Elite - 2012

    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 F29 5 - 2014

    Cannondale's 29'er 5 is a big-wheeled hardtail primed for fast, fun adventures. The frame's aluminum tubes maximize stiffness and minimize weight so you climb quickly… [more]

  • Cannondale Quick CX 4 - 2012
    Product Rating
    5.0 stars
     (3 Reviews)

    Cannondale's Quick CX 4 gets you in shape and to work in record time! It's got a light, nimble aluminum frameset and 700c wheels that get you up to speed in a hurry,… [more]

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The 2015 Cannondale Synapse Ultegra Disc

Very detailed review on the Cannondale Synapse Ultegra Disc

Today's Tread Tip

Valve Nuts? - A common question with Presta valves is whether or not it's important to install the valve nuts (there are two types: nuts and rings with knurled edges). Not all Presta valves are threaded from top to bottom. But, if yours are threaded, there's a good chance that there are valve nuts on them. These can make it easier to inflate the tire because they hold the valve proud of the rim making it easier to get the pump head on them. Be sure not to tighten them too much, however, or they'll be difficult to remove by hand when you have to fix a flat on the road or trail. Over tightening the nut can also put pressure on the valve/tube junction where it passes through the rim, possibly causing a flat. Also, when fixing a flat, install the valve nut after the tire and tube have been installed (just before inflating).


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