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  • Giant Cyclotron Fluid ST Trainer
    $299.99

    - Real Road Simulation (RRS) technology provides up to 2000 watts of quiet, smooth, progressive resistance - TurboTron 70mm alloy roller with internal cooling fins… [more]

  • Garmin Edge 520 Bundle
    $399.99

    Garmin started with the aerodynamic form factor of the popular Edge 500, added in-ride challenges on Strava live segments, color display, connected capabilities and… [more]

  • CycleOps Phantom 5 Indoor Cycle
    $2,399.99

    Training hard means getting in the saddle regardless of the weather outside; enter CycleOps’ Phantom 5, an indoor cycle with the technology to give you your best season… [more]

  • Garmin Edge 820 Bundle
    $499.99

    Whether your goal is to beat yesterday with a faster or longer ride or dial in your training for a race, Garmin's Edge 820 puts the features you crave at your… [more]

  • CycleOps Trainer Tire
    $39.99
    Product Rating
     
    3.0 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    CycleOps' 700x23c Trainer Tire is specifically designed for use on trainers for ultra quiet, smooth rolling durability. [more]

  • CycleOps Hammer Direct Drive Trainer
    $1,199.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (15 Reviews)

    The Hammer Direct Drive Trainer redefines indoor training to create the ultimate riding experience. One that's versatile enough to handle the most intense interval… [more]

  • CycleOps Magnus Indoor Trainer
    $599.99

    Saddle up and prepare to workout the way you want, when you want, where you want. All you need is your bike, the Magnus, and your favorite virtual training software and… [more]

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Go Green and Bike Commute

Our Giant city bikes are versatile and fun!

Go green, get healthy and save money, all with one smart purchase — a Giant commuter bicycle. These versatile and fun machines offer a stable, comfortable riding position that makes commuting a breeze. And they're built to get around quickly and nimbly. Stop in to see our wide selection soon!

Lou's Daily Tip

Don't Tip The Seat Too Much - While it may seem logical to tip your seat's nose down, it's usually not a good idea. It's best to keep the seat's top level with the ground or minutely tipped up or down no more than three degrees (to your preference) where the seat can properly support your weight. Consider that a seat is designed to offer optimum comfort in its level position. To gauge whether or not the seat is level, rest a long level (make sure the bike is level before measuring) on top. Don't have a level? Put the bike on a surface you know is level and rest a yardstick on top of the seat. Then eyeball the yardstick's edge against a distant building or some other level line on the horizon to gauge seat angle.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

retro-grouch
Someone who disdains new equipment and innovation in favor of time-tested designs.
 

New Canaan Bicycles

(Rear Parking lot next to CVS)
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