Tour de France 2014
Stage 10 had the type of profile that sends all but the purest climbers into a state of worry. With two category 1 climbs in the final 18km, the stage always had the possibility to shake up the GC standings. Nibali decided to tackle the cols astride his Rider-First Engineered S-Works Tarmac. Regarded as one of the best descenders in the peloton, Nibali relied on the superior handling and responsiveness of his Tarmac as well as the unrivaled grip and traction of the S-Works Turbo tires. In a stage that saw, yet again, a downpour of rain the slippery roads were made more manageable thanks to the high-performance characteristics inherent to the Gripton compound in the Turbo tires.
The Alias: one bike with dual personalities. Training for a triathlon? Leading up to the event, it’ll be your hardworking training partner, comfortable on the climbs and while putting in mile-after-mile on the road. Come the tri itself, that’s when you’ll see the race side of Alias.
With Women’s Alias Geometry designed specifically to allow you to swap between the road position and triathlon position with ease, the Alias is the perfect bike for those looking to train hard, push limits, and nail PRs.
Why choose between road and trail? DS is built for adventure on or off the road, ready to take you from week to weekend and back in comfortable, confident style.
Trek DS Series is the ultimate hybrid: part refined city bike, part adventurous trail ride. Fast 700c wheels, capable suspension, and a light, strong frame make DS the go-anywhere choice.
What is better than a kid's first bike? Maybe the second one, or the third… Wherever your child is the spectrum — from straddling a confidence-building coaster to jumping a big-kid's bike — we have the best quality and value for your little rider.
When you ride your bike, you are doing a lot of good things, many of which are for the benefit of others. But ultimately, the one who benefits the most is you, through better health, peace of mind, increased confidence and self-reliance, heck, even through a fatter bank account.
So for all these reasons, get out there on your bike today. Even if you don’t save the world in the process, you’ll still have fun trying! At Jay's Cycle Center, We Love To Ride...
Just a little fyi: in New Jersey, anyone under 17 years of age that rides a bicycle or is a passenger on a bicycle, or is towed as a passenger by a bicycle must wear a safety helmet.(http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/commuter/bike/regulations.shtm)