Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you find what you are looking for but if you don't you can call us at 520-296-7819 or email firstname.lastname@example.org We opened our doors in 1975 and have been under the same family ownership ever since. We are proud to be a longtime fixture in the Tucson cycling community. We would love the opportunity to earn your business. Broadway Bicycles carries Road, Mountain, Hybrid and BMX bikes from: Trek, FIT, TwoHip, Cult and Mirraco. Our experienced floor staff of passionate cyclists are ready to help you and our USCF & Park Tool Certified shop mechanic is ready to help you with any mechanical needs.
Roll Fast On A Trek Fuel EX 29er!
Trek has paired its world-renowned Fuel EX design with 29-inch wheels, and it’s primed for everything from all-day backcountry rides to race-pace XC loops. You get their tried and true Alpha frame, DRCV suspension and patented Active Braking Pivot design which adds up to a bike that handles rough, fast terrain even while braking, all with the momentum and stability of 29-inch wheels. We have ’em—come try one out!
Trek's Project One: Use Your Imagination!
If you could build your dream bike what would it look like? You don't have to wait any longer to make your dreams a reality. Log onto Trek's Project One and choose the colors, components and wheels that you want. The only limit is your imagination. Dream up your amazing custom bicycle today!
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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.