Upcoming Events!!!!

Redbud Classic

April 5th in Oklahoma City

Eucha Classic

April 13th in Eucha, Oklahoma

Tour De Cure Training Ride

At Lee’s Bicycles Downtown Tulsa

April 18th at 8:30am

Flower Power Ride

Muskogee Oklahoma

April 26th at 8:00am

 

Saturday Morning Bike Rides

1st and 2nd Saturday of the month at Tulsa Trek Store

3rd and 4th Saturday of the month at Lee’s Bicycles

5th Saturday of the month TBA

All rides start at 8:00am and go until September 13, 2014.


Trek Has You Covered!

Trek accessories have you covered from head to toe!

With innovative features and top-notch quality, Trek bicycle accessories make every ride more fun. Come in to see our selection and pick out your favorites!


Daily Specials!

Come in and grab what you need at a great price!

MONDAY

Glove Day$8.00 OFF all Bontrager gloves

TU(b)ESDAY – Tube & Tire Day 

Bontrager Tubes(36/48/60mm S/P) $5.49                                       Selected TIres 20% Off

WEDNESDAY – CO2 & Hammer Gel Day

CO2 – $2.99 (12/16g only)
Gels – $1.29

THURSDAY – Bottle Day

 Polar $8.99
Camelbak Podium Chill $10.99
 

FRIDAY – Sock Day

All Bontrager socks $5.00 Off



Trek's Domane is the bicycle you've been waiting for!

Welcome to a new class of race bike: Trek’s Domane 6 Series! Proven on the pavé of Flanders and Roubaix and boasting Fabian Cancellara’s seal of approval, it delivers amazing comfort, stiffness and handling. Others may shy away from rough roads and long days in the saddle but you’ll enjoy a new level of comfort and energy. Stop by and check it out!


Jake's Tip of the Day

Slow Leak? Check The Valve - When you're searching for a slow leak, don't ignore the valve. Sometimes valves fail and air seeps out. To check, put a little spit on the end of the valve and stare at it for a few seconds. If the valve is leaking, a bubble will form. Often you can tighten the valve and the leaking will cease (on Prestas, this is only possible if the valve has a replaceable core). If this doesn't do the trick, try removing the valve core, putting a drop of oil on the spring and reinstalling the core. This will usually stop the leak. If the leak is at the base of the valve, you can try to patch the tube but this is a difficult spot to repair and you may find tube replacement is the only solution.

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