Calgary Cycle | Service

By: Calgary Cycle  09-12-2011

Find out how much your repair is going to cost before you come in, plus some tips and tricks for the most common bicycle reapair issues.

Would you wear a shoe that was two sizes too big? Probably not. We think sizing and fitting your new bicycle is really imporant and we're here to make sure you bike fits just right. Ahhhhh..

Save your arms some grief, learn more about how to set up and maintain your front fork.

Make sure the backside of your bike is bouncing correctly, learn more about how to set up and maintain your rear shock.


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Calgary Cycle | Rear Suspension Tuning

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