Trek's 1.2 Compact is a shining example of trickle-down technology. The heart and soul of this speed demon is Trek's 100 Alpha Series aluminum frame and carbon fork, an…
*only available in 58cm frame* From cruising back roads to enjoying all-day epics to getting your feet wet in the racing circuit, Trek's Madone 4.5 does it all. This…
Superfly FS is the 29er full suspension weapon of choice for elite World Cup racers. Blazing speed, ultra-light weight, incredible handling—this bike leaves nothing on…
Jump front wheel-first into the off-road world aboard Trek's X-Caliber 8. This sleek dirt-worthy bike starts with a lightweight Gold aluminum frame with Gary Fisher's…
STACHE 5 29+
BEARGREASE 2 MUKLUK 3 $2,599.99 $1,899.99
ALL 2014 BIKES MARKED DOWN
Regular price: $3,999.99
2014 Fuel Ex 9.7
Sidi shoe styles Duran, Genius and Dominator available in all sizes.
Outdoor Adventures is now carrying Electra Bicycles! Electra cruiser and hybrid bicycles enhance the fun of cycling with a comfortable, stable ride for men, women and kids.
Come by the store or check out our new Cruiser page to see Electra's innovative cruiser and lifestyle bikes for men and women!
Thanks for stopping by! We are your one stop biking and rock climbing shop. We are locally owned and operated, and we have the largest bike inventory in town, always over 300 bikes to choose from, by Trek, Cannondale, Surly, Kona, Salsa, Electra, Marin, and others. We carry road bikes, mountain bikes, fat bikes, touring bikes, tandems, beach cruisers, BMX bikes, kids bikes, and bike trailers.
Outdoor Adventures also carrys a full line of both men's and women's cycling clothes, helmets, shoes, and camelbaks.
If rock climbing is what you are into we carry a full line of ropes, harnesses, hardware. shoes, and accessories.
Presta-Valve Basics - Before you can put air in a Presta valve, you must remove the plastic valve cap (if there is one) and unscrew the very tip of the valve. Look closely and you'll see that the valve's tip is knurled to make it easy to turn by hand. Unscrew it (counterclockwise) and then press the tip down until some air escapes. This is important because it frees the valve, which usually sticks after being sealed for a while. Until you free it, it can be difficult to impossible to put air into the valve.