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  • Park Tool Hex Tool
    $8.99 - $11.99

    Specially designed for crank bolts, freehub removals and pedal installs and removals, Park's Hex Tools are built for speed, leverage and comfort. Their super-precise hex… [more]

  • Hammer Nutrition HEED (High Energy Electrolyte Drink)
    $1.99 - $59.95

    Use HEED as your one-source fuel supply whenever and wherever a sports drink is your preferred choice. Hammer's top-of-the-line fuel utilizes an all-complex-carbohydrate… [more]

  • Specialized Hotrock 24 - 2018
    $400.00

    Your little one might love to ride, but that doesn't mean they'll be doing Trans-Provence this summer. That's why Specialized made their Hotrock 24 with plenty of gear… [more]

  • Specialized Riprock Coaster 12 - 2018
    $220.00

    Specialized's Riprock Coaster 12 packs big-time fun into a pint-sized package. This great bike features a lightweight aluminum frame and fork that will withstand the… [more]

  • WeThePeople Arcade - 2018
    $459.99

    The WeThePeople Arcade is a tasteful and stylish model built to ride and shred it all. For 2018 WTP offers the Arcade in both a 20.5” and a longer 21” option, giving… [more]

  • WeThePeople Battleship Frame - 2018
    $319.99

    Combining cutting-edge hydroforming technology with input from team riders Dan Kruk and Jordan Godwin, the WeThePeople Battleship frame is the perfect match for the… [more]

  • Specialized Riprock 20 - 2018
    $450.00

    Riding bikes is all about having fun, especially when you're a kid! Which is why Specialized made the Riprock 20 a bike that any of us would have drooled over as a… [more]

  • WeThePeople Awake Frame - 2018
    $319.99 - $329.99

    WeThePeople just gave the Ed Zunda Awake frame a full makeover. With a taller 9" standover height and a 127mm tall hourglass headtube, the Awake frame now comes with… [more]

  • WeThePeople Reason - 2018
    $519.99 - $539.99

    With a steeper 75.5-degree headtube and a super short 26mm offset Saltplus EX fork, the WeThePeople Reason rides just like the super tech street machines that PRO riders… [more]

  • Shimano PD-M520 Pedals
    $44.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.0 stars
     (9 Reviews)

    Shimano's M520s are affordable clipless pedals that are easy to enter and exit, and built to last. They boast dual-sided Shimano SPD bindings, which make them perfect… [more]

  • SRAM PG-950 9-Speed Cassette
    $34.00 - $39.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    When it's time to replace your 9-speed cassette, check out SRAM's PG-950 cassette. It delivers solid shifting and durability ride in and ride out for your 9-speed rig. [more]

  • Lezyne Saber Chromoly Tire Levers
    $20.00

    Lezyne's Saber Chromoly Tire Levers do the jobs of three different tools in one convenient package. Their heavy-duty chromoly construction and sculpted hooks are great… [more]

  • Park Tool Home Mechanic Pedal Wrench
    $11.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.0 stars
     (3 Reviews)

    Park's Home Mechanic Pedal Wrench is great for your home workshop and event tool box. This top-quality 15mm pedal wrench provides the leverage you need to remove… [more]

  • WeThePeople CRS 18 - 2018
    $399.99

    This stacked 18" machine from WeThePeople has everything your kid needs to ride as hard as she can before she’s ready to move to a full-size BMX bike. The CRS 18" comes… [more]

  • Strider 14x Sport Balance Bike - 2018
    $209.99

    The Strider 14x Sport will give your child confidence and riding skills, opening up a world of adventure at a young age. As two bikes in one, it sets a new standard as… [more]

  • Topeak Explorer Tubular Rack
    $44.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    Topeak's Explorer Tubular Rack is a great add-on for carrying a trunk bag, pannier or anything else you want to strap on. It's made of tubular aluminum, fits most bikes,… [more]

  • WeThePeople Revolver Frame - 2018
    $309.99 - $329.99

    The Revolver frame, the do-it-all and do it well model from WeThePeople. It's a frame that was created with the sole intention of shredding on any terrain, with larger… [more]

  • Strider Classic 12 Balance Bike - 2018
    $89.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (15 Reviews)

    Strider’s Classic 12 is a lightweight, pedal-less balance bike that allows your child to straddle the bike with both feet on the ground and easily propel the bike by… [more]

 

Bike Commuting Excuse Busters!

Get out of your car to enjoy your commute!
It's easier than you think to commute and get around town by bicycle—and with soaring gas prices and global warming, there's never been a better time for it. Yet, many make excuses and never enjoy all of biking's benefits. To help them out of their rut, here are comebacks for the top five excuses for not riding. And, take it from us: cycling is fun and rewarding—a great way to start the day, a fine calorie burner and much less stressful than driving!
1. It's too far to bicycle commute. I don't have the time.

Try your commute once and you may be surprised with how quick it is!


This may seem true, but often, if you analyze your situation, you'll find that pedaling is possible—even practical. For example, we know a commuter who bikes 10 miles each way to work who says that it takes her only fifteen minutes longer each way. Plus, she says, "By combining my workout and commute, I get to exercise 1¼ hours per day and only spend an extra ½ hour to do it! Moreover, my car insurance gives me a rate discount of $160 per year to ride!"

Keep in mind that by avoiding stop-and-go traffic you can make excellent time on a bicycle. You might also consider driving partway to work, parking, and biking the rest of the way. This saves money, gas, and the environment. And, while everyone else is idling in traffic developing road rage, you're spinning along reducing your stress level
2. I need to wear dress clothes at work.

Leave a spare change of clothes at the office and you'll be good to go!

We know several attorneys who regularly commute by bicycle. They've solved this problem by leaving their suits at the office. Says one, "I just keep a couple of clean, pressed shirts at the office with a couple of suits."

Other bicycle commuters bring their nice clothes and lunches to the office on weekends, so that during the week they can simply dress up once at work. This requires planning, but works great. And, if you drive in on the weekend to drop off your stuff, you at least won't be dealing with rush-hour traffic.

3. I don't have a place to shower.

A hand towel packs easily for freshening up!

Consider a quick cleanup in the restroom, instead. Or maybe you can use the showers at a nearby health club (sometimes at a discounted shower-only fee). Be creative and check out the facilities near your office. Chances are pretty good that you can find an arrangement that will work.

Also, remember that sweat doesn't stink. If you're clean when you leave home and you're wearing clean clothes, no one will know you biked to work. In fact, if you wear the right clothes and don't have to climb steep hills on your commute, you may not even sweat at all!

4. There's no place to park my bike at work.

If you leave it outside, be sure to lock it securely!

There should be, and if there isn't, maybe it's time you asked management why they're not encouraging something as healthy and responsible as bicycling to work? After all, they provide parking spots for cars!

Bikes take up hardly any space. So, look for other areas in the building—a basement, utility room, closet, garage, etc. Or try an adjacent parking area where an attendant can watch out for your bike. Wherever you leave your rig, be sure to lock it (remove anything easily stolen, too, such as your pump, cyclo-computer, light, etc.).

5. The weather's too rotten to ride my bike.

The key to comfort in all weather conditions is wearing the right layers!

Regular cyclists know that there's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing. If you dress in layers and fabrics that block wind and repel rain and breathe, you'll be fine. There are even special gloves and booties to keep your fingers and toes toasty.

We can help you select the proper equipment for year-round riding. And, even if you decide to bike only during warm weather, that's still months of not using your car, which will save you big bucks and make you feel great!


Swing into the shop and we'll have you excuse-free and ready to ride in no time!
 

Cycledrome Bicycle Shop

Cycledrome Bicycle Shop | 8150 Hamilton Blvd, Breinigsville, PA 18031

Phone: (610) 398-6631

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