Outspokin Bicycles

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Feature Items

  • Thomson Elite X4 31.8 Mountain Stem
    $99.99 - $109.99

    Thomson's Elite X4 Mountain Stem is instantly recognizable because of Thomson's legendary style, and with strength to spare, this stem is more than just a pretty face.… [more]

  • Salsa Mukluk Ti Frameset - 2014
    $2,299.00

    Blaze your own titanium trail through snow, sand or anything, really, with Salsa's Mukluk Ti Frameset. This light-and-nimble plus ultra-tough 26-inch-wheeled… [more]

  • Shimano Dura-Ace 11-Speed Rear Freehub
    $349.99

    For optimum wheel strength and reliability, Shimano's Dura-Ace Rear Freehub is made of cold-forged aluminum with an oversize shell, sturdy flanges, a titanium freewheel… [more]

  • Giant SureLock Straight Cable Lock
    $20.00

    A lightweight lock for low security areas, Giant's SureLock Straight Cable Lock features a 10mm-thick steel cable and sturdy keyed lock. The lock includes two keys and a… [more]

  • Zipp Service Course SL Seatpost
    $132.99

    Strong, yet light as a whisper, Zipp's Service Course SL is everything you could want in a seatpost. It's forged out of a single piece of tough 7075 aluminum, yet weighs… [more]

  • Crank Brothers 5050 2
    $80.00

    Crank Brothers steps up to the plate to provide downhillers, freeriders, and BMXers with one sweet platform pedal. Most flat pedals have the traction pins' hex holes on… [more]

  • Light & Motion Solite 250 EX
    $179.99

    Light & Motion's Solite 250 EX is as versatile as any light could be. It is small and light so you can take it anywhere, and it has a range of mounting options from a… [more]

  • CycleOps Mag+ Trainer with Adjuster
    $209.99 - $219.95
    Product Rating
     
    3.0 stars
     (6 Reviews)

    CycleOps' Mag+ Trainer with Adjuster uses magnetic fields to generate a wide range of adjustable resistance, great for cyclists determined to stay in shape year round.… [more]

  • Garmin Forerunner 910XT Quick Release Kit
    $21.95

    Easily transfer your Forerunner 910XT from wrist to handlebar as you go from running to riding. The Quick Release Kit takes just seconds to mount and comes with a quick… [more]

  • Origin-8 Pro-Woody Locking Grips
    $20.99

    Origin-8's Pro-Woody Locking Grips look like wood, but are actually made of comfortable, dual-density foam. And, they feature double hex locking clamps for simple… [more]

  • Sunlite Adjustable Quill Stem (25.4mm)
    $24.95

    Sunlite's Adjustable Quill Stem puts your bars right where you want them. This wonderfully easy-to-use stem adjusts from 0 to +50 degrees—more than enough to help you… [more]

  • Kryptonite Keeper 12 Long Shackle U-Lock
    $27.99

    Kryptonite's Keeper 12 Long Shackle U-Lock is like a tough nut: you just can't crack it. Thanks to the 12mm hardened steel shackle that resists cutting and leverage… [more]

  • Thomson Masterpiece Setback Seatpost
    $149.99

    The name says it all: Thomson's Masterpiece Seatpost combines the best materials, exceptional strength, perfect function, light weight and the classic beauty of all… [more]

  • Shimano SM-SH51 SPD Cleat Set
    $20.95

    Shimano's SPD cleats are perfect for all your SPD-compatible pedals. If your entry and exit isn't what it used to be, a cleat replacement is just what the bike doctor… [more]

  • Pearl Izumi Flash LS
    $45.00

    Head for the trail or gym in Pearl Izumi’s Flash LS. This loose-fitting long-sleeve tech top is cut from their Transfer Dry fabric to keep you comfortable and dry. The… [more]

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The Outspokin Advantage

Thinking about buying a new bicycle? Think of the Outspokin Advantage first! One of your first choices, and not necessarily an easy one, will be where to shop. It can be a challenge because there are a myriad of stores that carry two-wheelers, from specialty retailers, to giant department stores, to backyard garage operations.  We've got nine reasons you should consider us.

Today's Tip

Baby Your Bike - It's best to store your bike(s) inside. It takes a while, but even if it's under an overhang, if it's stored outside, dampness in the air will rust the steel parts, ozone will attack the tires and sunshine will fade the paint. Near the ocean, salt in the air will corrode things extremely quickly. An easy way to store a bicycle indoors is to purchase bike hooks from us. These question-mark-shaped hooks screw into a wall stud or ceiling joist and hold the bike by a wheel. Or, install two hooks, one for each wheel and hang the bike horizontally (upside-down). A higher-tech solution is a display stand. If you've got a beautiful bike (aren't they all?), one of these racks holds the machine proudly (usually the stand supports two bikes, one low and one high) showing off your prize possession(s) for all to see.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

Superman

Slang for crashing in such a way that you go flying over the handlebars Superman-style.