Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Bike Industry News

Hometown favorite Dan Martin (Garmin-Sharp) was set to ride this Cervélo S3 in this year's Giro d'Italia before an unfortunate crash in the opening team time trial forced him to retire

Here is a review of Pro Racer Dan Martins Cervelo S3.  We stock the Cervelo line at Tom's Pro Bike so stop on by and check out our inventory.


SRAM is working through their Hydraulic Road Brake issue and here is write up about what has changed to make the system work properly.

redesigned 2015 SRAM Hydro R hydraulic disc brakes for road bikes

Here is a Review by Art's Cyclery of the updates and a video as well.  Hopefully this is corrected and those that want to give SRAM's Hydraulic System a go will be able to moving forward.

EVENT SCHEDULE is up at the website. Check out our upcoming 2014 events and pre-plan your schedule!

May is National Bike Month - why don't you try and commit one more bike commute to work than you did in April as a motivational tool. Remember we have all the tools available to make your commute dry, safe, and comfortable!

A great way to test the your new Mountain Bike out and to start off the Mountain Bike season is to race. Single Track Racing is hosting a 6 (Now 5) race series at Sprague Brook on Tuesdays.  Check out their
Facebook Page for more information or Register Here.  This is coming up fast so go on line and register for the series even if you think you can't make them all so you can help Mountain Biking in Western New York.  The group that runs these races are good folk and deserve our support!

Huge clothing sale taking place right now - stop by and check out our inventory!Included in this great sale is Mavic Mountain Bike Clothing.

Don't forget if you are contemplating the XTERRA Syracuse or XTERRA ASP to let us know if you are interested in joining a training team at Tom's as well.

S-WORKS 2014 Spring Clearance Sale! In-Stock Merchandise only!

Tom's Pro Bike Service
3687 Walden Avenue
Lancaster, New York 14086
Phone: (716)651-9995
E-Mail Us: tom@tomsprobike

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