Own the trails on Trek's Lush 29 SL. Your confidence will soar, you'll ride faster and have more fun thanks to the Lush's light aluminum frame, women's specific fit and…
With the big-wheel mile crushing of an XC bike and the confidence of an agressive trail bike, Trek's Fuel EX 8 29 tackles whatever you have in mind. This 29er uses an…
Smooth suspension and dialed geometry combine for a ride like no other in Trek's Lush 29 SL. It starts with an outstanding aluminum frame and the efficient ABP rear…
A Southern Oregon Cycling Adventure!
Join us for the 7th Ride the Rogue Event on Saturday, September 20th, at Palmerton Park in Rogue River, Oregon. The event will offer exciting rides, a gourmet feast, live music and lots of fun for the whole family to enjoy.
|Go to the Ride With GPS Website to see all 4 course Maps and Cuesheets|
BikeKraft is proud of how many people we have introduced into cycling, for fun and excitement, exercise and fitness, commuting and competition. The products we carry are ones we use. If they don't hold up to our use and approval we don't sell them. We take pride in carrying top quality products with warranties available.
Trek has paired its world-renowned Fuel EX design with 29-inch wheels, and it’s primed for everything from all-day backcountry rides to race-pace XC loops. You get their tried and true Alpha frame, DRCV suspension and patented Active Braking Pivot design which adds up to a bike that handles rough, fast terrain even while braking, all with the momentum and stability of 29-inch wheels. BikeKraft has ’em—come try one out!
With nice weather here, it's a great time to get your trusty bike tuned and ready for more. Our technicians handle everything from routine maintenance and adjustments to complete overhauls and upgrades making your every wish come true.
Call BikeKraft today for details, we have short lead times right now!
A Little R & R Before the Big Event Is A Good Thing - One common mistake cyclists make is not getting enough rest before a big event. Often we go into the week before our big century ride or race feeling like we need more training. All the training and preparation for a big event, however, should happen in the months and weeks preceding the event. It takes time for your body to recover from training and build on the hard work that you've put in. So, the week leading up to the event should be a week of light training to total rest that allows your body time to recover fully. Rest will allow your body's energy stores to replenish and allow the muscle trauma that occurs during training to repair itself. Eat smart as well, with an emphasis on complex carbohydrates, and you'll be ready to do your best. Check with us for more information on training and nutrition.