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Come Ride the 2016 Assenmacher 100 with us!

The 37th annual Assenmacher 100 is recreational and social fun ride through the farmland and villages of mid-Michigan.  Starting at the Swartz creek store there are distances of 20, 34, 56, 66, and 100 miles with refreshments at rest stops along the way.  The roads are marked with color coded "A's" for the various distances.  Come out and enjoy some of our favorite bike routes this coming Sunday August 21st.

Assenmacher 100

Keep your your bicycle in shape. Be prepared for the unexpected. Check your tires regularly for wear and damage. Keep them inflated to the correct pressure for the type of riding you are doing.  Make sure that you have a spare tube, pump, and you know how to use them.   Always carry your cell phone!

2015 Quick Release Recall

There is an industry wide recall in effect for many bicycles that have front disc brakes and front quick release wheels.

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Today's Tip

Bike Stolen? Get It Back! - If you're unlucky enough to have a bike stolen, don't assume it's gone for good. As long as you can identify the bike (you did record the serial number, didn't you?) and you're willing to do a little leg work, there's a chance of recovery. Immediately prepare a flyer with a photo and description of your bike. Include any details that make identification easier such as special accessories or markings on the bike. Post these flyers on telephone poles, on community bulletin boards, at colleges, by bus stops, in short, everywhere and anywhere. Also, hand them to all your friends and let us know as soon as possible so we can be on the alert, too (sometimes thieves think they can sell stolen bikes to bike shops and we're always on the lookout). It may seem hopeless, but you have a reasonable chance of getting the bike back if you act fast and don't give up. Good luck!

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

casing

(Say: kay - sing) - The material that makes up tire sidewalls.

 
 
 
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