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Cyclesmith now located at 2553 Agricola Street

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Feature Items

  • Fox Digit Gloves - 2016
    $46.99

    The Digits take care of your fingers like no other gloves. Padded airprene knuckles are complemented with double-layer Clarino palms, absorbent micro-suede thumbs, and… [more]

  • Shimano SH-CW41 Shoes - Women's - 2016
    $124.99

    Who says you can’t have it both ways? With the comfort, women's-specific fit, and on/off-bike versatility offered by Shimano’s CW41 cycling shoe, you’ll want to ride… [more]

  • Gore Bike Wear Xenon 2.0 Race Bibtights Short - 2016
    $239.99

    These extremely lightweight racing cycling bib shorts feature a seat pad that was developed for extremely long and challenging rides. The compact seat and innovative… [more]

  • Shimano SH-M163 Shoes - 2016
    $179.99

    Strap on a pair of Shimano’s M163 shoes and be ready for anything. The stable, fiberglass-reinforced midsole keeps the power heading straight from your legs to the… [more]

  • Nova Scotia Nova Scotia Jersey 2016
    $89.99

    The ever popular Nova Scotia jersey, redesigned by Sugoi for us in 2016, using THE Evolution Jersey semi-fit, full zip and Fino Tech fabric offering great moisture… [more]

  • Fox Covert Short Sleeve Jersey - 2016
    $74.99

    Fly under the radar in Fox's Covert jersey. The super-comfy quick-drying fabric is cut to accommodate your protective gear, and a mesh back panel allows for extra… [more]

 

Today's Cycling Tip

Deflate Those Knobbies! - By all means, if you're riding your fat tires exclusively on pavement and smooth surfaces, inflate them as hard as you like (don't exceed the manufacturer's maximum recommendation printed on the tires' sidewalls). If you're riding off road, however, seriously consider lower pressures -- in the 35- to 45-psi range, depending on the terrain and your weight (if it's really rocky and/or you weigh 200 pounds or more, stick with 45 to 50 psi). Softer pressures greatly increase control and comfort while improving traction and handling. Indeed, if you've been riding off-road on 50 to 60 psi, you'll be amazed at the improvement in ride quality.

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