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New Mexico Bike N Sport   524  C Cordova, Santa Fe, New Mexico (by Trader Joes)  505-820-0809

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  • Scott SUB Speed 30 - 2015
    $749.99

    Scott's SUB Speed 30 is a Speed Utility Bicycle. It's a versatile, comfortable, and reliable form of transportation that's sure to turn a few heads. This great street… [more]

  • Trek Remedy 7 650B/27.5 - 2014
    $2,413.00
    $2,839.99

    As if the Remedy wasn't awesome already, Trek went ahead and made a 650B version. Bigger wheels, faster speed, better traction—they're yours. This bike embodies enduro… [more]

  • Specialized Fatboy Expert - 2015
    $2,599.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    Specialized's Fatboy Expert has a hearty appetite for any kind of terrain you can serve up. This trail-eating champ is built around a lightweight aluminum frame and… [more]

  • Specialized Enduro Expert Carbon 650B - 2015
    $6,600.00

    Enduro means pedaling up climbs, then charging hard and getting rowdy on the downs; Specialized's Enduro Expert Carbon 650B is tailor made to do just that. This ride… [more]

  • Specialized Crossroads Armadillo Tire (26-inch)
    $44.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (6 Reviews)

    Specialized's Crossroads Armadillo Tire handles bike paths, pavement and dirt roads without hesitation. The continuous center tread rolls quick while the side knobs… [more]

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Today's Cycling Tip

"Adjusting" Flat Bars - Flat handlebars may seem non-adjustable. But, if yours are too wide, they can be cut to customize fit and feel. Usually, riders who enjoy demanding, technical trails appreciate a little additional width (24 to 27 inches), especially when using dual-suspension frames. All-round riders prefer a more standard width of about 22 inches. If yours are too wide, it's easy enough to shorten them. Measure carefully to ensure you leave room for all the parts that fit on the handlebar ends (it's best to remove 1/2- to 3/4-inch sections and see how the bar feels). Riser bars are also available, which are models that slope upwards on the ends to provide less bend in your back when you lean forward to grab the grips. Many off-roaders find that riser bars are just the ticket for a more comfortable position.

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