Here's what a recent customer had to say about her experiences in our stores:
We try to buy ALL our cycling stuff from you guys because we really enjoy the atmosphere, which has always been laid-back but very knowledgeable. And you're right: this is how you earn a life-long customer. We know we can count on expert advice without high-pressure slick tactics. Just wanted to let someone know how much we appreciate the awesomeness of your culture and service!!! -- Alice in Bath, Ohio
Fore-And-Aft Seat Position Is Important, Too - For optimum comfort and pedaling efficiency, position your saddle so that when your crankarms and pedals are parallel to the ground, a plumb line dropped from the bony protrusion just below your forward knee either bisects, or falls 1 to 2 centimeters behind the pedal axle. This setting varies according to personal preference and riding position. For example, if you like to pedal fast (95 rpm plus), place the plumb line directly over the pedal axle. If you pedal more slowly (80 to 90 rpm), you'll probably prefer the slightly rearward setting.