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    Hydration Tips

    Hydration Tips
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    6 Tips for Getting All the Water You Need to Keep Your Body Strong and Healthy Water is more than just hydrating before each race; for me it is a...

    Jesse Teaches You How to Change a Flat

    Jesse Teaches You How to Change a Flat
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    Flat tires can be frustrating, but they're easy to fix if you're prepared. Check out this video by Jesse. 

    Shifting Gears

    Shifting Gears
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    Learning how to shift may seem basic and easy, but even experienced riders can brush up on their skills of shifting efficiently. Proper gearing will not only improve your speed, it...

    Bicycling Fuel

    Bicycling Fuel
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    We thought this article from Liv Cycling was so great we had to share it.  Best Fuel for Before, During and After Training or Races One of the best parts...

    Mountain Biking Common Mistakes

    Mountain Biking Common Mistakes
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    Mountain biking is exhilarating, challenging and an overall fun activity. Before you experience the adrenaline rush, it's good to know as a beginner that their are some common mistakes that are made...

    Chain Maintenance

    Chain Maintenance
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    There are a lot of moving parts to your bike, and as you know, we recommend doing your ABC check before each ride. Although each part of that process is...

    Fixing A Flat

    Fixing A Flat
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    Flats are never fun and happen when you least expect it. But being prepared for when the flat does happen can help get you back on your ride in no...

    Morning Rides

    Morning Rides
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    Monday mornings are usually disliked, and some find themselves wondering if they can get away with pressing the snooze button one more time. So how can mornings become a little more...

    Ways to Improve Your Fitness

    Ways to Improve Your Fitness
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    Everyone wants to improve their fitness levels, but they may feel like they don't have enough time to do so. What better way to celebrate Fitness Friday than sharing an article...

    Back to School

    Back to School
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    It's that time of year again....the kids are back to school and each school supply has been crossed off the list. Were you able to cross a bike off the...

    Riding for Fitness

    Riding for Fitness
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    Cycling has become one of the most popular sports amongst people who are looking to improve their fitness levels, and it's with good reason. It’s definitely one of our reasons...

    Suspension Tips

    Suspension Tips
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    It's that time of the week.....Tech Tip Tuesday! Here are some excellent tips from one of our very own service techs; Kevin.   One common mistake that I see on...

    This Saturday - Bikes, Beer & Tasty Tacos

    This Saturday - Bikes, Beer & Tasty Tacos
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    Saturday, August 20th 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM This Saturday we're having a parking Sale at Bicycle Warehouse Kearny Mesa located at 5710 Kearny Villa Rd, San Diego. Stop on by...

    Replacing Tires

    Replacing Tires
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    Tires can be considered the most critical component on your bike. So when your tires eventually wear out and need replacing, you might be curious as to what makes the tires wear...

    New Bike Days August

    New Bike Days August
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    Rodney G. is ready to have a blast on his 2017 Santa Cruz 5010 with Enve wheels. Luis got him fully equipped at our Kearny Mesa location. Get out and...

    Cycling Mistakes

    Cycling Mistakes
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    We all make mistakes. It’s nothing to be embarrassed about and learning from the mistakes is part of cycling.  Here are 10 of the most common mistakes made by cyclists shared from...

    Women's Bikes

    Women's Bikes
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    Women’s specific bikes are becoming more and more popular.  In the past, bikes were just bikes, and to accommodate women’s shorter torso length and generally smaller body size, parts were...

    Surviving the Long Ride

    Surviving the Long Ride
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    Sometimes you love going for the longer rides. And then other times, halfway through said long ride you're wondering why you decided this was a brilliant idea. Here are some...

    Chain Repair

    Chain Repair
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    Your bike is made up of many moving parts and it's important to give attention to all of them. Let's focus today on your chain. Here are some things you...

    Cleaning Your Bike

    Cleaning Your Bike
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    It's very easy to put off cleaning your bike, however when exposed to mud, grime and debris, your bike parts begin to deteriorate. A regular schedule of maintenance, dependent upon your riding...

    Bike Wheels: Removing and Reinstalling

    Bike Wheels: Removing and Reinstalling
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    Whether you are taking your mountain bike for a ride on the local trails, packing your cruiser bike for a trip to the beach or bringing your road bike along...

    Bicycling Bucket List

    Bicycling Bucket List
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    We have just over a month left of Summer, and what better way to get you motivated on a Monday than to think about a bicycling bucket list. Thanks to...

    Stretches for Cyclists

    Stretches for Cyclists
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    It's always important to stretch after a ride. Trust me, your muscles will thank you later. Here are some 7 easy stretches to use after a ride. Calves Standing with...

    Cycling Guide for San Diego

    Cycling Guide for San Diego
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    Since Bicycle Warehouse is San Diego grown , why not share some of the perks about riding around our city!    Perfect Weather: San Diego is a big, tourist-friendly city--San...

    Tips for Road Biking

    Tips for Road Biking
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    If you're just a beginner on the road, or you feel you just need to freshen up on your riding knowledge, here are some helpful tips when riding your road...

    Proper Bike Fit

    Proper Bike Fit
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    If you notice numb hands or toes, knee pain, lower back pain, shoulder discomfort or any number of other aches and pains after riding your bike, it is likely due...

    July New Bike Day III

    July New Bike Day III
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    Mayra flew all the way from la Ciudad de Mexico and stopped into our Chula Vista location to pick up her new Liv Alight 3 bicycle. With this new ride...

    Exercises for Cyclists

    Exercises for Cyclists
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    For some cyclists, their fitness routine consists of riding a few times week and that's it. Then a majority of the rest of your week is, unfortunately, spent sitting (for...

    Bike Locks: Save Your Bike!

    Bike Locks: Save Your Bike!
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    We've heard too many stories from our guests that their bike has been stolen. It's always a real bummer, so we want to make sure you have the proper lock...

    Choosing Between a 27.5" or a 29er

    Choosing Between a 27.5
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    For a while, all mountain bikes came with standard 26 in. wheels. Now, they come in two wheel sizes that have, for the most part, overtaken 26 in. wheels. First...

    Choosing the Right Saddle

    Choosing the Right Saddle
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    Guess What? You do not have to be uncomfortable riding your bike! Many women think that saddle pain is just an unfortunate side effect of cycling. This couldn’t be farther...

    Get Ready for Bike the Bay

    Get Ready for Bike the Bay
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    9th Annual Bike the Bay offers only opportunity to bike the Coronado-San Diego Bay Bridge  SAN DIEGO, July 2016 – When one lane on the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge closes,...

    Hydration 101

    Hydration 101
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    Everyone knows your body is a machine that needs fluids to operate effectively. Fun fact, your body is more than 60% water, and even light exercise can lower that percentage. You need those fluids...

    Descending Downhill Tips

    Descending Downhill Tips
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    For those adrenaline junkies out there, here are some tips to help you get down the hill—not only intact, but also with style and grace. Mountain Bike It's rocky, rutted...

    Safety Tips

    Safety Tips
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    Always wear a helmet Not only does a helmet protect your brain, but wearing the helmet is overall a smart idea because most helmets have reflective accents that can help...

    New Bikes in July, part 2

    New Bikes in July, part 2
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    Deborah picking up her new Giant ATX with Carlos at our Chula Vista store. Eric came in to pick up a Giant Trance 3 for his wife and decide to...

    Riding Adventures

    Riding Adventures
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    Our guest Rich Pickett recently shared his blog post with us about his recent riding adventures, so we thought we'd share it with you on our Fitness Friday!    Mountain...

    Bicycling as a Family

    Bicycling as a Family
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    Bike riding together as a family is a great way to bond, makes exercise fun for each person, and get’s everyone to share their passion of cycling . Although as...

    Stopping Those Squeaky Brakes

    Stopping Those Squeaky Brakes
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    Disc brakes are amazing when it comes to riding a mountain bike.  Their stopping power, no matter the weather, is unbelievable and decreasing your speed downhill has become a whole...

    Benefits of Cycling

    Benefits of Cycling
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    Riding your bike is always fun, but it's great to be reminded of the health benefits. Cardiovascular Cycling is associated with improved cardiovascular fitness, which can decrease your risk of...

    July's First Batch of New Bikes

    July's First Batch of New Bikes
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    Ed is ready to crush some singletrack on his new Trance! The Williams family is fully kitted out with new bikes, nice! Joshua's ready to roll this weekend on his...

    The Afghan Women's Team

    The Afghan Women's Team
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    The Afghan National Women’s Cycling Team, a group of young women who are on the front lines of a gender revolution in Afghanistan, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace...

    Getting Ready to Teach a Child How to Ride

    Getting Ready to Teach a Child How to Ride
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    Let's get kids excited about riding bikes!  Choosing a Kid’s Bike Don't buy a too-large bike that your child will eventually "grow into."  Getting the correct fit is making sure that...

    How to Perform a Safety Check

    How to Perform a Safety Check
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    The ABCs of Bike Safety There are a few things you want to look over on your bike before you head out on the road or trail. Do you know your...

    Tips for Riding Your Bike in Hot Weather

    Tips for Riding Your Bike in Hot Weather
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    A guide to staying cool and riding strong in the summer heat... Acclimate  It's best to prepare yourself for the hot weather riding. Try riding early or late in the...

    Six Yoga Poses for Cyclists

    Six Yoga Poses for Cyclists
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    These simple poses will help stretch your muscles and focus your breathing for your next ride Bridge Lie on your back with your knees bent. Position your feet about six inches...

    What to Bring on the Ride

    What to Bring on the Ride
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    What you bring with you is dependent on how long you plan to ride, where you will ride and if you are riding with others. For instance, if you are...

    June Bikes Part II

    June Bikes Part II
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    Andrew and his new Giant TCR Ready to hit the trails in South Bay on their new Giant Talon Rachel modeling her adventure kit along with her new Liv Sedona...

    June's New Bikes

    June's New Bikes
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    Sage is stoked to have her Liv Gloss for the Summer Nicole at our Temecula store got Sharon ready to roll on her Liv Avail bike. Nicole is our Liv...

    New Bike Days in May

    New Bike Days in May
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    Shae's birthday present, happy birthday! Our guest David Ferguson was extra stoked to get his 2015 Stance 0 back from a tune-up. Luis at our PB store got it looking like new....

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