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  • Monday & Wednesday: 10am to 7pm
  • Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 10am to 6pm
  • Saturday: 10am to 5pm
  • Sunday: 11am to 5pm

2 Convenient Locations:

NEWARK

141 E. Main Street
Directly behind Starbucks
Newark, DE 19711

302-368-2453 GET DIRECTIONS
WILMINGTON

4327 Concord Pike
Concord Sq. Shopping Ctr.
Wilmington, DE 19803

302-478-7777 GET DIRECTIONS

Welcome to Wooden Wheels


Welcome to Wooden Wheels

With so many choices today, we try to take the tech out of buying a bicycle as well as provide you with useful things like proper fit and service after the sale. We realize that riding your bike is not a necessity like driving a car, and in today’s market cycling is supposed to be fun. That is why we like to say we’re selling “Nothing But Fun”!

Readers Choice Awards '14
 

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

Keirin

(Say: Kay - rin) - Keirin is a mass-start track race which originated in Japan as a betting event (sort of like horse racing with humans) and is now also an Olympic event. In traditional Keirin lots are drawn to determine starting positions and 6 to 9 sprinters compete after a paced start. The pacer starts at a slow 15 mph and riders are required to remain behind him. The pacer gradually increases speed and leaves the track approximately 600 to 700 meters before the end letting the racers sprint to the line. The first person across wins.

Today's Tip

Stretch Away Discomfort - Stretching helps flexibility and comfort, yet it's easy to overlook when you're riding. All it takes is thinking of it and taking a break to loosen up (we don't recommend on-the-bike stretching because you might crash). One great stretch for the back, that's easy to do, is standing straight, raising your arms over your head and reaching as high as you can. Hold this position for thirty seconds or so and you'll feel much looser. Also, gently bend your neck to both sides and to the front and back and hold for a few seconds in each position to ease any tightness. Pressure on the hands and arms causes fatigue and pain. To relieve it, every few miles remove one hand at a time from the bars and shake it out by your side.

 
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