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Trek Recall of April 2015

For all of you wondering if your bike is affected by the Trek recall, if your front wheel brake does not look like this then your bike is safe. Only disc brake bikes are recalled. Enjoy the summer! For more details click here

Flat Protection Program

Flat  Tire ProtectionTired of getting flats, tired of paying for it everytime? Well now with our new Flat Tire Protection Program you only have to pay a one time fee and for the rest of your bikes life the flat repairs are on us! The cost of parts and labor is covered, just show up let us fix your flat and continue your ride.

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WHY BUY AT PRAIRIE PATH CYCLES

At Prairie Path Cycles we want you to make sure that you have a bike you will enjoy riding for years to come. Our experienced staff will help you find the bike that is perfect for your style of riding and your budget. We'll sell you the bike you need and the bike you'll love! In addition, with each new bike you receive:  

  • Lifetime FREE adjustments!
  • One FREE Tune-Up ($69.99 value)
  • The guaranteed lowest price in the Chicago suburbs!

Now Shop 24 hours a day from the comfort of your home and have clothing, parts and accessories come straight to you!

**Prairie Path Cycles reserves the right to refuse price matching** 

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

directional tires
Tires that feature tread patterns designed specifically for front or rear use. Usually, there are arrows on the sidewalls showing how to properly mount the tire. And most are front or rear specific.

Prairie Path Cycles Daily Tip

Consider Comfort When Inflating Road Tires - Don't always inflate road tires to the maximum pressure written on the tire label. Roads in the real world aren't billiard-table smooth. The jarring effect of bumpy pavement on over-inflated tires robs energy and makes for a bone-rattling ride. Judiciously inflated tires will roll over bumpy roads smoother and faster and get you home without shaking loose your dental work. You can go with higher pressures on ultra-smooth roads and when maximum speed is needed, such as in a time-trial or triathlon. But, stay at the lower end of the pressure zone for comfort on average to rough roads.