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  • Electra Women's Townie Original 7D
    $459.99
    $499.99
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (21 Reviews)

    Electra's Women's Townie Original 7D is all about fun, no special shoes or clothes needed. It boasts a Shimano 7-speed drivetrain and slick twist shifter that make easy… [more]

  • Genesis Bicycles Gift Card
    $10.00 - $1,000.00

    PLEASE NOTE: If you would like to order a Genesis Gift Card, CLICK HERE. Even though we do not ship other products, we do mail Gift Cards to you or the recipient FREE of… [more]

  • Thule Pack n' Pedal Commuter Pannier
    $119.95

    Urban adventure lying ahead? Thule's Pack 'n Pedal Commuter Pannier is city-streets tough and all-weather capable. This completely waterproof bag features a roll-top… [more]

  • Genesis Bicycles Bib Short
    $99.99 - $129.99
    $129.99

    The ultimate combination of fit and durability in a cycling bib short. The difference is in the details and the details are what set our Bib Short apart from the… [more]

  • Genesis Bicycles Short Sleeve Jersey
    $79.99 - $109.99
    $109.99

    The difference is in the details and the details are what set our new Short Sleeve Jersey apart from the competition. Details like flat lock stitching, superior collar… [more]

  • Genesis Bicycles Short
    $79.99 - $109.99
    $109.99

    Our new Short is the ultimate combination of fit and durability. The difference is in the details and the details are what set our short apart from the competition.… [more]

  • Continental Gatorskin (Folding)
    $64.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    Continental's Gatorskin Folding combines 3 flat-protection technologies into one fast-riding, high-mileage racing and training tire. It features a super-fine 180… [more]

  • Thule Pack n' Pedal Basic Handlebar Bag
    $59.99

    Keep your food, camera, and other goodies close at hand in Thule's Pack n' Pedal Basic Handlebar Bag. The waterproof, roll-top design seals out the elements and ensures… [more]

  • Thule Pack n' Pedal Handlebar Mount
    $49.95

    Optimize your handlebar space with Thule's unique Pack n' Pedal Handlebar Mount. This multi-position mount lets you attach two Thule accessories (sold separately) to… [more]

  • Thule Pack 'n Pedal Smartphone Attachment
    $19.99

    Take your smartphone along for the ride with Thule's Pack 'n Pedal Smartphone Attachment. Conforming side grips keep your phone securely in place and provide access to… [more]

  • Thule Pack n' Pedal Tote
    $79.95

    Inspired by re-usable tote bags, Thule's Pack n' Pedal Tote offers a seamless transition from your shoulder, to your bike, and on to the open road. Boasting a simple… [more]

  • Thule Adventure Touring Pannier - Large
    $119.95

    Whether you're heading to work uptown, or planning your next globe-spanning adventure, Thule's Adventure Touring Pannier is the go-to choice for simplicity and rugged… [more]

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Holiday Hours


PLEASE NOTE: GENESIS BICYCLES will be closed on Monday, May 30th in observance of Memorial Day.  We will re-open on Thursday, June 2nd, 11 am - 8 pm.  From everyone at Genesis, we wish you a safe and happy Holiday.

 

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Genesis Voted One of America’s Best Bike Shops...Again!

 

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

bunny-hop
A useful maneuver for clearing obstacles such as curbs and logs. You either jump and lift both wheels simultaneously or you lift the front and then the rear wheel. Careful! If you tag the rear wheel, you'll probably crash (see "faceplant").

Genesis Bicycles' Daily Cycling Tip

Join IMBA and join the fun!Pedaling narrow trails requires special skills that you can develop and improve during every ride. Here's what IMBA recommends: 

Start by keeping your arms flexed, not locked. On rocky or rutted trails, try to follow the path of least resistance. Imagine where you want your bike to go, and don't focus on the obstacles you want to avoid (if you do, you'll probably hit them). Learn to use both your front and rear brakes. On steep climbs, lower your elbows and drop your upper body closer to your bike's top tube. This helps you maintain tire traction. Finally, hold the handlebars firmly but not with a death grip as too much squeezing will tire you out and increase steering mistakes.