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1633 Mountain Road, Moncton, 

Phone: 854-2453






June 5, 2017

Pedal selection is, like most bike- related topics, a matter of personal preference and budget.

Some cyclists will always be more comfortable using a flat pedal (with great variety available based on the type of cycling you will do).  That said, most cycling enthusiasts are more likely to choose either pedals with toe clips and straps or clipless pedals, that combine a use-specific pedal with a cleat, that is attached to the cycling shoes.  For professionals and enthusiasts, this last style (clipless) is always preferred since performance on the bike is improved by their use.

Newbies to the joys of cycling can initially be intimidated by the idea of being "locked" into position on a bike, but the benefits of fit and performance generally out way those concerns and it's a short lived worry that a few rides will dissipate.  Happy Cycling!


Rant by Peter Guravich























Updated December 6, 2016

 In stock, what a great way to ride your bike inside and watch TV, and the trainers fold away when not in use.  Ride inside when the roads are terrible instead of trying to get to the gym:


Jet Black S1 at $170.00.


Jet Black Z1 at $420.00.

Jet Black Dyno Meter at $540.00.


Tacx Blue Twist at $199.99.

Tacx Blue Matic at $249.99. 

Tacx Blue Motion at $299.99.


Cyclops Fluid 2 at $444.00.

Cyclops Silence Direct at $839.99 .