Brainerd/Baxter
14843 Edgewood Dr. Baxter
218-829-8542

Nisswa
Nisswa Square
218-963-0699
(Open mid-April to mid-Oct.)

Brainerd/Baxter & Nisswa, Minnesota - Official Bike Shop of the Paul Bunyan Trail!

 
 
 
 
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Superior Bicycles, Accessories And Service Here!

Experience the freedom of a new road bike. From sightseeing, to fitness, to racing, we've got a bike for you!
Go farther, faster and discover more trails on your new mountain bike. Stop by to see our excellent selection!
Actually enjoy your commute with the right bike, accessories and clothing. We'll get you dialed in to bike there!
Get your little one on two wheels and then see if you can keep up! We carry bikes for all ages!
Our technicians are knowledgeable and detail-oriented. Let us get your bike running like new!

Get Going With Our Pre-Spring Tune-Up Specials

With great weather right around the corner, we're offering tune-up and overhaul specials to get your bike in tip-top shape!

We'll Help You Get That Bike Ride In!

We're your outdoor and indoor riding headquarters!

Indoor trainers give you a great workout and they're fun, too! You'll maintain your health and the weather and short days won't curtail your riding. Also, there's no better time than the off season to start working on your fitness goals. We're ready to help with a great selection of trainers you'll love!

We Have Salsa Cycles!

 

People For Bikes!


We support PeopleForBikes!Every six years, the federal government allocates billions to expand and improve our country’s transportation infrastructure. Peopleforbikes.org will use our powerful, united voice to urge U.S. Senators and Congressmen to make new, cost-effective investments in bicycling facilities and programs that will benefit us now and well into the future. To help, please sign the pledge. By uniting we can make our world a better place to ride!

Today's Tip

Lower Your Seat For Off-Road Biking - If you're a road rider who's trying out the trails, start with a slightly lower seat position than you use on your road rig. Most dirt bikes feature 175-mm long crankarms, which provide extra leverage for steep climbs. Because these may be longer than what's on your street sled, position the seat on an all-terrain bike about one to two centimeters lower than your road position. This accounts for the longer cranks and gives you a little leeway (experiment to determine what's best for you), which is helpful riding off road, especially on technical trails. Using a too-high seat can reduce your maneuverability and control and be very tough on your rear end. If you are switching back and forth between the two bikes frequently, adjust the seat on your road bike to match the mountain bike. You'll find the transition between the two much easier when the seat heights are the same. If you have any questions regarding fit, please ask us.

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Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

stoker
The rear cyclist on a tandem.