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  • Cannondale Trail 16 Single Speed - Boy's - 2016
    $239.99

    Put your youngster on Cannondale's Trail 16 Single Speed and watch them turn into a burgeoning cyclist. A lightweight aluminum frame rolls on strong 16-inch wheels with… [more]

  • Planet Bike PB Cage Water Bottle Cage
    $4.99 - $9.99

    Planet Bike's PB Cage holds your bottle securely with sturdy 6.2mm-diameter 6061-aluminum tubing and comes in a variety of colors so you can coordinate your bike down to… [more]

  • Shimano PD-M545 Pedals
    $99.99

    Shimano's M545s are great for blasting BMX courses, dual-slalom runs and technical trails. They boast large toothed platforms that grip non-cleated shoes for top-notch… [more]

  • GT Speed Series Pro Frame - 2014
    $240.00
    $490.00

    GT earned its wings way back in the early BMX race scene and the Speed Series is the culmination of all those years of knowledge and refinement. Everything about the Pro… [more]

  • SRAM PG-950 9-Speed Cassette
    $39.99

    When it's time to replace your 9-speed cassette, check out SRAM's PG-950 cassette. It delivers solid shifting and durability ride in and ride out for your 9-speed rig. [more]

  • Greenfield Kickstand (Burnished Aluminum) (285mm)
    $11.99

    Greenfield's Kickstand attaches quickly and easily to most bicycles and provides a safe and convenient way to park your bikes at home and on the road and trail. It's… [more]

  • GT Speed Series Pro Carbon Frameset - 2016
    $1,420.00

    There's fast, then there's GT's Speed Series Pro Carbon Frameset. Crafted from super light, responsive, and efficient carbon, this frame lets you grab the hole shot and… [more]

  • Cannondale Trail 24 - Boy's - 2016
    $379.99

    Kids are going to get dirty, and Cannondale's Trail 24 wants to be right there for all their adventures. An awesome, lightweight aluminum frame and tough 24-inch wheels… [more]

  • Greenfield Kickstand RetroKit
    $6.99

    Greenfield's RetroKit is used to mount Greenfield kickstands (sold separately) on bicycles that require this special piece due to cables being in the way or an unusual… [more]

  • GT Speed Series Pro Frame - 2016
    $490.00

    GT earned its wings way back in the early days of the BMX race scene and the Speed Series is the culmination of years of knowledge and refinement. Everything about the… [more]

  • Topeak Explorer Tubular Rack
    $44.99

    Topeak's Explorer Tubular Rack is a great add-on for carrying a trunk bag, pannier or anything else you want to strap on. It's made of tubular aluminum, fits most bikes,… [more]

  • Finish Line Wet Lubricant (4-Ounce Bottle)
    $7.99

    For extreme conditions, you need an extreme lube. That's when you grab Finish Line's Wet Lubricant. It's ultra water-resistant and long-lasting thanks to its special… [more]

  • Yakima BlockHead
    $24.99

    When you've got a tough racking dilemma, what you really need is Yakima's BlockHead. This handy device securely holds your bike by the fork with a rugged, 9mm-diameter… [more]

  • GT BK Signature Model - 2016
    $545.00

    Modeled on Brian Kachinsky's personal bikes, GT's BK Signature Model take you where you want to ride. The full chromoly frame and fork are suited to BK's signature… [more]

  • Greenfield Stabilizer Rear-Mount Kickstand (Powdercoat Black) (285mm)
    $19.99

    Greenfield's Stabilizer Rear-Mount Kickstand attaches to the rear of the bicycle so it's perfect for bikes that won't accept regular kickstands. It's also durable, light… [more]

 
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clipless pedals
A popular way to attach your feet to the pedals for efficient pedaling is adding toe clips and straps, basically bolt-on cages and straps that form a harness to hold the feet. Another option is clipless pedals. Two parts make up the typical system, the pedal and the cleat. The pedal attaches to the crankarm, the cleat attaches to the shoe sole. Then, much like using ski bindings, you simply step on the pedals to click in and ride. To exit, you twist your heels sideways, which causes the pedals to release the cleats. Practice getting in and out before hitting the road or trail because it takes a little learning to get used to clipless pedals.
 

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