It is again time for the bike industry to roll out the new, 2019 hot-rods. That also means it’s time to clear out the warehouse to make room for them! Who wins? You win!
To get those gears turning, we are pleased to tease you with some enticing candidates for your new dream bike. Remember, it’s OK to “retire” your old, worn-out ride and treat your fleet to some new wheels 😉 Continue reading Summer Bling-Bike Sale!!!
Unique mountain biking opportunities continue to expand in the Hayward area! Let’s take a quick tour with CAMBA volunteer and New Moon founder, Steve Morales, through the latest phase of the Hospital Gateway Trail expansion…
It’s officially summer mountain biking season here in the Northwoods. Last weekend the Borah Epic sent more than 700 riders zipping through the CAMBA singletrack network. Behind the scenes, preparing the trail for one of the biggest singletrack races in the country, were hundreds of hours of both paid and volunteer trail work. The CAMBA trail network (which now spans more than 120 miles of purpose built singletrack) has become a mountain bike destination because of the hard work, sweat, and vision of hundreds of people over the past 25 years.
Many nordic skiiers are familiar with Bliz and their famous Proflip nordic goggles, but they also make excellent cycling eyewear also. We have spruced up our stock to reflect some of their best performance pieces as well as some fun and stylish casual glasses.
The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) is partnering with the Hayward Area Memorial Hospital to present a fun day on the new Gateway Trail at the hospital on Sunday, May 20. The Gateway Trail represents a close collaboration between CAMBA and Hayward Area Memorial Hospital and is the first of its kind trail in the region.
I’m not what you would call a sporty person. Unless it is a race to the nearest bookstore, baby animal, or worst possible scenario, I’m unlikely to go anywhere in a hurry. I didn’t really even attend any sporting events in my youth unless you count the Ice Capades.
When I met Chris, he was an alpine skier and coach and canoe instructor. While I do remember becoming pretty fond of canoeing (probably because you can sit down while doing it), I can’t remember once going to one of his college ski races. I just greeted the clunky Northland College van when it arrived back on campus and helped the students pile out with all of their gear.
Skiing and fat biking is getting really good, really fast in the Hayward/Cable Area! Stop in at the shop for Birkie Trail Passes and we’re always happy to help you select the right trail for your outing. Happy skiing (& fat biking) – Chris