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Bicycle Equipment & Supplies


Below is a list of businesses which provide Bicycle Equipment & Supplies services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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Business Listing   American River Bicycle - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 363-6271


Business Listing   American River Bike Shop - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 427-6199


Business Listing   Bike Sacramento - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 444-0200


Business Listing   College Cyclery - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 456-2042


Business Listing   EBS Helmets - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 488-4145


Business Listing   Jakemade Products - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 386-2851


Business Listing   Maja Gear Catalog - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 455-6252


Business Listing   Natomas Bike Shop - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 641-8640


Business Listing   Pacific Bicycle - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 447-9118


Business Listing   Rack N Road formerly Sports Rack Vehicle Outfitters - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 563-7333


Business Listing   Rex Cycles - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 446-5706


Business Listing   Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 444-6600


Business Listing   The Rest Stop - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 453-1870


Business Listing   Thom's Cyclery - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 455-7721


Business Listing   Uptown Bike & Accessories - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 646-4901


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Helpful Definition for: Bicycle Equipment & Supplies

Bicycle equipment in Sacramento are the parts used in manufacturing a bicycle. Bicycle frame, freewheel, free hub, saddle, kick stand, crankset, hub gear, tube, tyre, chain, break, spokes, spoke nipple, mud guard, bicycle wheel, bicycle fork, lock, luggage carrier, bicycle pedal, flip-flop hub, cycling power meter, etc., are the main equipment of a bicycle. The basic shape and configuration almost remain the same as an old bicycle, however, the modern equipment and computer-aided designs have given the current bicycles a trendy look. Maximum of the modern bicycles in Sacramento have an erect seating frame which is pretty alike to the first chain driven bike. Few of them are without chain and a shaft drive is used instead of a chain. The brakes in a modern bicycle are internal hub brakes or rim brakes. Disc brakes are also used and it is common in the bicycles which are off-road. Some machineries, which are often optional equipment on sports bicycles, are regular features on utility bicycles to increase their usefulness and luxury. Cycling is a highly viable international sport. Apart from being a sport, cycling is also considered as a recreational sport and also a significantly effective health workout. As a result, bicycle dealers in Sacramento are expecting great yield from the supply of bicycle components.

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