Feature Items

  • Trek Domane 4.3 C - 2015
    $2,099.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (4 Reviews)

    Trek's Domane 4.3 delivers unmatched ride quality, comfort and quickness. This full carbon road machine is graced with race-winning Trek technology like IsoSpeed and… [more]

  • Trek Silque SL - Women's - 2015
    $2,999.99

    Trek's Silque SL is one smooth operator. Graced with Trek technology like the race-winning, bump-erasing IsoSpeed, women's-specific geometry, and their super-light and… [more]

  • Trek Skye S Disc - Women's - 2015
    $549.99

    Whether it’s for getting around town, recreation or pure pleasure, Trek's Skye S is the right choice when you want to cruise the pavement or dirt. It boasts a… [more]

Specials

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Winter Sale On Now

Our Winter sale flyer is in the mail, but we are honoring the sale prices now. Everything in the store is on sale. All bikes are at least 10 percent off; clothing and shoes are 20 percent off; all parts and accessories are 10 percent off; and trainers are 15 percent of. These prices include in-stock and special orders. 

Are tune-up packages are also on sale:


BASIC TUNE UP                                   $60       $50
MAJOR TUNE UP                                  $85       $65
PEAK PERFORMANCE PACKAGE        $120      $80
COMPLETE OVERHAUL                        $190      $130

The Wheel Base Difference - for nearly three decades!

Wheel Base is owned and run by experienced cyclists. We sell more than bikes, we sell cycling. Whether you're a recreational rider or a racer, our staff of cycling enthusiasts and expert mechanics will listen to your needs and help you find what's right for you. Wheel Base mechanics, all avid riders, are trained to professionally assemble and repair all types of bicycles. Our turnaround time on maintenance and repairs is unmatched and our bicycles and our work are guaranteed.

Today's Tip

Basic Training Rule – Coaches will tell you that in order to maintain fitness you need to get in a ride at least three days a week. And, if you want to improve, it needs to be four or five rides a week, depending on your goals. A good way to fit in these workouts is to ride short on weekdays, perhaps during your lunch break, by commuting to work and home or by hitting the health-club stationary cycle. Then on the weekends, you can fit in your longer rides.