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535 La Sierra Dr, Sacramento, CA 95864 (916) 979-9936 Mon-Fri 10-7, Sat 10-5 Sun 11-5
WHERE: Kinetic Cycles 535 La Sierra Dr Sacramento, 95864
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When the road less traveled is still too crowded there's Diverge. Featuring an optimized endurance geometry for long, all day rides as well as clearance for up to 35c tires, your ride is only limited by your imagination. Diverge goes anywhere you do and is always ready to adventure more.
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WHEN: Second Saturday of Every Month 9am
535 La Sierra Dr, Sacramento, CA 95864 (916) 979-9936 Mon-Fri 10-7, Sat 10-5 Sun 11-5
Kinetic Cycles has moved from Elk Grove to our new location conveniently off the American River Parkway in Sacramento. You can find us in the Arden Town Center plaza at the intersection of Watt and Fair Oaks Blvd. 535 La Sierra Dr.Sacramento, CA 95864
Specialized Body Geometry FitWhether it's for a novice or experienced cyclist, we start with a brief interview between a trained technician and rider that addresses the individual's injury history, needs, and goals. This evaluation gains an accurate picture of the individual's flexibility and other physical attributes, which includes an assessment of foot structure, knee position, spinal curve, shoulder extension, hip flexion and leg length, among others. Assessed using the side view of the rider, the goal is to deliver a correct neutral position that's both powerful and comfortable through adjustments to seat height, handlebar height, stem length and cleat position. Analysis from frontal view to optimize hip, knee and foot alignment for greater performance and balanced power delivery. Includes analysis of pedal and shoe placement and squareness on the saddle. After a week or so, the technician calls to discuss the effectiveness of the adjustments and to answer any other questions or concerns the rider may have.
MOUNTAIN BIKE
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No matter what you crave—the full-tilt sprint for the line, epic weekend miles with the crew, barrier-hopping in the wet, or quality track time—the right bike for your ride is waiting for you. Built for any road you put them on, just find a bike, open the throttle on your legs and ride.
ROAD
Whether you prefer endless, flowy singletrack, or bombing downhill, kamikaze-style, find the perfect ride for your favorite terrain. These mountain steeds are high-tech, fast, and tested by riders under the toughest conditions to ensure you can crush hills and tame mountains with the best of ‘em.
WOMEN
Because everything we do is inspired by real female riders, we focus on the rider’s need for technically advanced products that provide a performance benefit. This includes riders who are brand new to the sport of cycling as well as Olympic hopefuls. Every individual reinforces the strength of our community.
RECREATION
Once a week
Once a month
Every 3 months:1. Wax bike. A clean, shiny bike always seems to go faster and farther.2. Inspect frame and fork for paint or bulges that may indicate frame or part damage; pay particular attention to all frame joints.3. Visually inspect for bent components: seat rails, seat post, stem, handlebars, chainrings, crank arms, brake calipers, and brake levers.
After every ride:1. Inspect tires for glass, gravel shards, and cuts on tread or sidewall.2. Check wheels for true.3. Clean the bike’s mechanical parts as necessary.
Once A Week Or Every 200 Miles:1. Lubricate chain.
Every 3 months
Before every ride:1. Check tire preassure, brakes, and cables.2. Be sure your crank set and quick release hubs are tight.
Every 6 months:1. Inspect and adjust bearings in headset, hubs, pedals, and bottom bracket.2. Annually disassemble and overhaul all brake and shift cables (replace if necessary).This should be performed at 6000 miles. Commuters who often ride in the rain or mountain bikers who get dirty should overhaul their bikes more often.
Every 6 months
Once a month:1. Completely clean the bike, including drivetrain.2. Inspect chain and freewheel.3. Measure chain for wear, check for tight links and replace chain if necessary.4. Inspect and lube brake levers, derailleurs and all cables.5. Inspect pedals and cleats.6. Inspect and check for looseness in the: stem, handlebar, seat post, crank bolts, rack mounts, chain ring bolts, water bottle mounts, brakes and shift levers.
Before every ride
After every ride
ServiceOur ace mechanics will have your bike sorted and ready to hit the road or dirt anytime you have a issue or need regular maintenance.
Before every ride:1. Check tire pressure, brakes, and cables.2. Be sure your crank set and quick release hubs are tight.
ServiceOur ace mechanics will have your bike sorted and ready to hit the road or dirt anytime you have a issue or need regular maintenance.
After every ride:1. Inspect tires for glass, gravel shards, and cuts on tread or sidewall.2. Check wheels for true.3. Clean the bike’s mechanical parts as necessary.
Once A Week or Every 200 Miles:1. Lubricate chain.
Once a month:1. Completely clean the bike, including drivetrain.2. Inspect chain and freewheel.3. Measure chain for wear, check for tight links and replace chain if necessary.4. Inspect and lube brake levers, derailleurs and all cables.5. Inspect pedals and cleats.6. Inspect and check for looseness in the: stem, handlebar, seat post, crank bolts, rack mounts, chain ring bolts, water bottle mounts, brakes and shift levers.
Every 3 months:1. Wax bike. A clean, shiny bike always seems to go faster and farther.2. Inspect frame and fork for paint or bulges that may indicate frame or part damage; pay particular attention to all frame joints.3. Visually inspect for bent components: seat rails, seat post, stem, handlebars, chainrings, crank arms, brake calipers, and brake levers.
Every 6 months:1. Inspect and adjust bearings in headset, hubs, pedals, and bottom bracket.2. Annually disassemble and overhaul all brake and shift cables (replace if necessary).This should be performed at 6000 miles. Commuters who often ride in the rain or mountain bikers who get dirty should overhaul their bikes more often.