I've been to several bike shops over the years, and this was the first time I've had a great experience. I was helped over the phone initially, and was given advice to help me try and fix a tire myself, which I thought was very nice that they took the time to explain things to me so I wouldn't have to bring it in. When I ended up coming in to have them take a look at it, my tire was fixed and I was out the door in 10 minutes. Great service, nice people, and I will probably never go to another bike shop as long as they are around.
Helmets And Children - Helmets can feel confining to kids, too, so it's good that newer models fit better and offer more comfortable designs and materials than ever before. Fitting a helmet to a child takes extra care. For instance, use caution when adjusting the chin strap so it's comfortable. And never pinch your child's skin in the buckle or you may have trouble completing the fitting session.
Kids often push helmets back on their heads. This robs them of proper forehead protection. Adjusting helmet straps correctly will prevent this from happening. Do your first adjustment in front of a full-length mirror. Kneel down to your child's level. Make it fun for them to learn what's right and wrong. Our best advice for teaching your child to wear a helmet? Simple: Wear one yourself.