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7 Reviews of the Specialized Diverge

7 Reviews of the Specialized Diverge
The newest addition to the Specialized line-up of bikes is the Diverge.  The aptly named bike has proved itself in the minds of reviewers from Cycling Tips, Cycling Weekly and Outside Magazine, to name just a few.   “After one ride it became the bike I didn’t know I wanted so bad.”   The Bike: Specialized Diverge A Quick Overview of the Tech Features “Powerful disc brakes that provide consistent stopping power no matter the weather or terrain.” “Optimized endurance geometry f...
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Review: Kona Jake Series Cyclocross Bikes

Review: Kona Jake Series Cyclocross Bikes
Kona Jake Series Cyclocross Bikes The Kona   Jake the Snake started life as inspiration from Kona Bikes co-owner, Jacob Heilbron, " Jake ", who was the national champion from 1978 in cyclocross racing before starting the a fore mentioned bicycle company. Jake wanted a bike in their product lineup that spoke to his truelove of cycling, the cyclocross bike, thus the Jake the Snake  was introduced to the marketplace. Initially, as a Bicycle Dealer, we thought this was simply a cool bike …...
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Info: 2015 Paris to Ancaster Bike Race

Info: 2015 Paris to Ancaster Bike Race
Are you racing in the 2015 Paris to Ancaster Race on Sunday, April 26?  What are your goals, tips and advice going into this year's race?     New to the Paris to Ancaster Race? "For over a century the roads of northern Europe have been home to the toughest bicycle races in the world. The most famous of these, Paris to Roubaix , takes place each spring over brutal cobblestone roads that have been preserved in their historic condition for over 100 years. Inspired by this classi...
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Paris to Ancaster: MTB vs Cyclocross

Paris to Ancaster: MTB vs Cyclocross
Since the inception of the point to point spring race/ride "Paris to Ancaster", there has been a huge growth in particpation for the event. Today there are two starting points to chose depending on how competitive or fit you are, which has opened the opportunity for alot of people with less hours on the bike to still enjoy the race and be as competitive as they'd like. The common discussion within all levels of riders is "what's the best bike to ride?". The answer depends on your priorities and ...
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