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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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Cry me a river! A Testimonial to Fat Biking

Cry me a river! A Testimonial to Fat Biking
The evolution of the Fatbike has caught the bicycle industry by surprise! Few expected the demand for these bikes to swell at a pace that has outstripped the manufacturers’ ability to supply. I have ridden fat bikes for a few years as a great alternative/go-to bike for winter when regular bikes just couldn't make sense of the snow! The limitations of the earlier generation of fat bikes were obvious but accepted. They were heavy, sluggish and slow handling but excelled in the snow. Awesome! Let's...
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Why We Do What We Do!

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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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Bicycle Works Flipboard Online Magazine

Bicycle Works Flipboard Online Magazine
  I'm excited to announce a new online magazine for Bicycle Works through Flipboard .  Although you can use this on your desktop computer I highly recommend that you download the app for your smartphone or tablet.  I've been using the app for several months since the discontinuation of Google Reader.  I've found the reading experience to be quite exceptional. Why Subscribe to Online Magazine? I'm committed to providing cycling tips, bicycle touring, cycling industry...
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Why We Value the Kelso Mountain Bike Race Series

Why We Value the Kelso Mountain Bike Race Series
How they did it, I do not know but Paul is behind the camera thanks to Halton Parks.  In the video, you'll see and hear Paul explain why Bicycle Works is committed to participating in the Kelso Mountain Bike Race Series.  I think you'll find it informative, inspiring and another reason to come out on Tuesday nights if you haven't yet done so. Can you spot yourself in the video?
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Szoke Wins First Mountain Bike Event at Kelso

Szoke Wins First Mountain Bike Event at Kelso
PRESS RELEASE: Waznie Racing Inc. Jordan Szoke, defending Canadian Superbike Champion sprinted into the lead at Kelso Mountian Bike Race Series held on Tuesday May 21st and remained there until the end.  Szoke finished in first place 1 min 46 seconds ahead of his nearest rival.  Jordan completed the 20km / 3lap event in 49 min 55 sec. “We rushed back from our testing at the RACE regionals in order to make this event.” smiles Szoke “I am pretty glad I did!” The Weekly Kelso Mountian Bik...
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6 Steps to Cleaning Your Bike after a Winter Ride

The winter season is still such a great time to jump on the bike and burn off the extra calories gathered during the Christmas and New Years. What's keeping you off your bike?  In recent days at Bicycle Works, I've been asked several times, "How do I look after my bike in the winter?"  Also, sadly, I've talked to many people that won't ride in the cold months as they don't want to ruin their bikes. While I appreciate a person's love for their ride, and the fact that they don't mind spe...
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3 Reasons to a Buy a Niterider Lighting System

3 Reasons to a Buy a Niterider Lighting System
As I was thinking about lighting systems for bikes, I was reminded of the old generator-type lights that were powered by how fast you could pedal.· I'm sure glad we are long past those days.· Lighting Systems for your bike have definitely moved forward in a positive way allowing you to be seen and to see what is in front of you. I want to suggest 3 Reasons to Buy a Niterider Lighting System The Riding Season - Extend your riding season beyond daylight hours - As we approach Thanksgiving the days...
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