Designed for children, ages 1 - 5, the STRIDER™ No-Pedal Balance Bike is lightweight, easy to control and features an adjustable seat and handlebars to accommodate a…
We are hosting a 9 week Cycling Technique and Improvement training series from January 3, 2015 – March 5, 2015. These sessions will help novice through advanced cyclists…
When you don't know exactly what to give, give the gift of a GIFT CARD. The perfect gift for any cyclist! Gift certificates do not loose value. When purchasing a GIFT…
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Celebrating over 20 Years Serving the Local Community! Crofton Bike Doctor is locally owned and owner operated. We are your one stop shop for all your cycling needs. We carry your favorite brands such as Trek, , Felt, Look, Giro, Thule, Haro, MirraCo and more. Check out our Women's Specific Boutique where we stock everything for the women cyclist. Into indoor cycling or spinning? We have a great selection of all the clothing and accessories you need! From beginner to professional, we have everything for the cyclist. Stop by and learn all of the great local places to ride from our friendly, professional staff. We can suggest perfect destinations for road riding, mountain biking, or a ride with your family and friends. Crofton Bike Doctor is a full service bicycle store that services all makes and models of bicycles. Every bicycle that we sell is professionally assembled, professionally fitted and comes with free lifetime Tune-Ups.
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Removing Pedals - There's a trick to removing pedals. The left pedal (non-chain side) is "reverse" threaded, which means that you must turn it clockwise (to the right), to loosen and remove it. The right pedal is removed by turning it counter-clockwise. Because pedals are usually quite tight, it helps a lot to use a wrench with a long handle or a special bicycle pedal wrench. Also, when removing the right pedal, we recommend shifting onto the large chainring first. This way, if you slip while turning the pedal wrench, you won't strike the chainring teeth and cut yourself. If you're having trouble removing your pedals, be sure to ask us for help, too!