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  Prepping your Bike for Spring    Owner of the Rolling Cowboys Bicycle Shop, Daniel Gellis talks to Mark and Cristina about how to prep your bike for spring. He suggests always storing your bike away from direct sun, wind water and other weather elements. Bike tires should be checked and the higher the air pressure, the less likely they are to get punctured. You can also use a nail file to even out your brake pads. It is also important to always clean out the gunk from the chain.

Prepping your Bike for Spring

Owner of the Rolling Cowboys Bicycle Shop, Daniel Gellis talks to Mark and Cristina about how to prep your bike for spring. He suggests always storing your bike away from direct sun, wind water and other weather elements. Bike tires should be checked and the higher the air pressure, the less likely they are to get punctured. You can also use a nail file to even out your brake pads. It is also important to always clean out the gunk from the chain.


  

Cycling in Southern California isn’t easy. Further up the coast you have bike-friendly havens like Portland, but down south, cars rule the road with a metallic fist. As you try to navigate the streets filled with cars doing 50 in a 25, you’re going to need all the help that you can get. The good news is that there are some great bike shops in Southern California that will help make your crusade against automobile behemoths a little easier. Check out these 10 SoCal Bike Shops Every Cyclist Should Know.

  


CBS Local Los Angeles votes Rolling Cowboys as one of the best bike shops in Los Angeles, April 2014

KPCC 89.3 #CarFreeLA: 7 cool LA bike shops make pedal pushing a breeze (Map)


Fallbrook Technologies/NuVinci 360 Chooses Rolling Cowboys

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Bicycle Retailer and Industry News spotlights Rolling Cowboys for commuters

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LAWEEKLY Best shop to CHANGE THE WORLD!

Los Angeles Cyclists speak

LA CITY VOTER 2012