Experience all the awesomeness of 29ers: they hold their speed well and roll over rough terrain easier. Trek's X-Caliber 5 sports Trek's nimble Gold Series aluminum…
You'll enjoy the fun and also get in shape, on Trek's sporty 7.2 FX. This versatile machine features a light aluminum frame with easy-rolling, road bike size wheels, a…
Enjoy the ride and get in shape on Trek's sporty 7.2 FX Disc. This versatile machine features Trek's light aluminum frame with easy-rolling, road bike size wheels, a…
Special Notice: About a half dozen riders are going to head to Solvang, Calif., for a TrekTravel trip of a lifetime March 30-April 5. There are few better places in the U.S. to ride in the Spring; the weather, the scenery are beyond fabulous! The folks at TrekTravel are offering to make this a Wheel Base exclusive trip if a total of 10 riders sign up. If you interest call Tom at the shop at 301-663-9288. Learn more here: http://trektravel.com/trip/solvang-ride-camp-bike-tour/
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
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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.
Hand Comfort Is In Your Hands - If you're pretty sure your bicycle fits properly, any hand discomfort you experience may be related to how you ride and your equipment. Remember the most important rule of hand comfort: change hand positions often. Even if your bike is equipped with flat bars it's possible to move your hands around to grip different parts of the bar. Also, consider adding bar ends to provide additional spots to hang on. Relaxing your grip on the bars can't be overemphasized, either. With practice, it's easy to keep a controlled grip even though your upper body is relaxed. A trick that can help is regularly removing one hand at a time and shaking it out by your side to relieve the tension and revive circulation to the palm and fingers.