Maps for XTERRA Syracuse now available

Course Maps Now Available! 2016 XTERRA Syracuse Course Map 2016 XTERRA Kids Race XTERRA Transition Layout Syracuse Bicycle announces the 2016 XTERRA Syracuse Off-Road Triathlon, XTERRA 10K & 20K Trail Runs, and Kids Triathlon. The date for this year’s event is Sunday, August 14, 2016…

27 Jul 2016 Posted by trish in General no comments

Storewide Savings on Bikes and Accessories

THE BEST SUMMER EVER BEGINS HERE Summer is the season of freedom and adventure, and these warm weeks are made for club rides, post-ride beers at the trailhead, and cruising with the kids to a neighbor’s barbeque. How will you fill the year’s longest days?…

12 Jul 2016 Posted by trish in General no comments

Get Simply Faster with Cervelo!

CERVELO P-SERIES – NOW ON SALE In-stock only and not in combination with any other discount. While supplies last, hurry in for best selection! REVOLUTIONARY AERODYNAMICS Cervélo P Series bikes are confident in their No. 1 position in the triathlon/time-trial category. Consistently on pro-race podiums, these…

17 Jun 2016 Posted by trish in General no comments

Beginner’s Guide to Shifting Your Bike

Introduction to Bicycle Gears Ever since bicycles came with more than one sprocket on the front and back, they were usually referred to as the number of gear combinations that were offered. For example, a road bike with two chainrings up front and a five-speed…

06 May 2016 Posted by trish in Blog, General no comments

Don’t Miss Our Iron Girl Kick off Party!

Syracuse Bicycle is proud to be your Official Bicycle Shop of the 2016 Iron Girl Syracuse Triathlon and the 2016 Gillie Girl Triathlon Please join us Tuesday, May 10th, 2016 from 6-9pm at Syracuse Bicycle, 2540 Erie Blvd. E., Syracuse, NY! Whether this is your very…

23 Apr 2016 Posted by trish in Blog, General no comments

Fat Bike Rentals Now Available!

Does this bike make me look fat?! ­ Originating in Alaska some ten years ago, these monster tire bikes have spread to the “lower 48” like wildfire…or more aptly like a giant snowball tumbling down a mountain. They first became popular in other cold weather…

05 Dec 2015 Posted by trish in General no comments