CARS Bike Shop

Location & Directions (763)-784-6966
Mon - Thur - Fri 10-8, Tues - Wed 10-6, Sat 10-5, Sunday 12-5
 
 
 
 
 

Feature Items

  • Specialized Transition Comp - 2009
    $3,299.99

    Make short work of the competition and shatter your personal bests with Specialized's Transition Comp. This triathlon and time trial wonder bike utilizes Specialized's… [more]

  • Specialized Roubaix SL3 Expert Compact - 2012
    $3,899.99

    Thanks to a velvety-smooth and incredibly efficient carbon frame and fork, Specialized's Roubaix SL3 Expert could be the perfect ride. Your two-wheel adventures will be… [more]

  • Schwinn Fritz Fifty Stingray - 2014
    $549.99

    To celebrate fifty years of the iconic Schwinn Sting-Ray as well as a tribute to its designer Al Fritz the American bike maker has released a special Fritz Fifty… [more]

  • Dolan Dolan Pre Cursa Track Frame
    $396.99
    $529.99

    The Pre Cursa is an excellent entry-level frame for track racers or folks building a fixed gear for the street. Although billed as entry level, it has professional… [more]

  • Dolan Seta - 56cm
    $1,299.99
    $1,749.99

    Seta, Italian for silk, and the word that perfectly describes the smoothness of the ride, and the elegance and simplicity of design of this newest frame by designer and… [more]

Specials

 

Today's Tip

Are Your Tires Tired? – How do you know when your tires are worn out? Usually, it’s when there’s little tread left. The tricky part is that some modern tire models don’t have much tread to begin with. So, pay attention to what they look like when new. As you chalk up the miles, check the tires for signs of wear, such as the thread from the casing starting to appear through the tread and a squaring of the tire's profile. Also inspect the sidewalls. If they start to crack or separate, it’s time for new tires. Another indicator is frequent flat tires. This usually means your tire is worn and not protecting the tube the way it should. Still not sure? We’re happy to take a look at your tires and advise you.

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