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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

  • Diamondback Podium 2 - 2012
    $735.00 - $1,050.00
    $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]

  • Cannondale 2012 Quick CX 4 - 2012
    $507.00 - $725.00
    $725.00
    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]

  • Cannondale F29 Carbon 3 - 2014
    $2,355.00 - $3,140.00
    $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]

  • Schwinn Tailwind - 2011
    $900.00

    Schwinn's Tailwind is a nice, green way to get around and a bunch of fun too. Its pedal-assist electric motor makes easy work of the hills while you get a… [more]

  • Micro Kickboard Micro
    $199.99

    Designed for adults, the Micro is one of our most popular 2 wheel scooters and the latest in "green" mobility. The iconic design and incredibly smooth glide make it a… [more]

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The 2016 Cannondale Slate

Today's Tread Tip

Slow Leak? Check The Valve - When you're searching for a slow leak, don't ignore the valve. Sometimes valves fail and air seeps out. To check, put a little spit on the end of the valve and stare at it for a few seconds. If the valve is leaking, a bubble will form. Often you can tighten the valve and the leaking will cease (on Prestas, this is only possible if the valve has a replaceable core). If this doesn't do the trick, try removing the valve core, putting a drop of oil on the spring and reinstalling the core. This will usually stop the leak. If the leak is at the base of the valve, you can try to patch the tube but this is a difficult spot to repair and you may find tube replacement is the only solution.

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.