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The Bike Guy

Rolling with Alex Carleton

We are highlighting the places customers have gone (or are going) on their Velo Studio bikes, in their own words. Friend and founding member of the STBG Cyclocross Team, Alex shares her new found love of gravel. When I sat down to write this, I intended to write about our recent trip to Kenya and… Continue Reading Rolling with Alex Carleton
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Leading beginner rides at Ashland Town Forest

This Spring, Kristin will be leading beginner rides at Ashland Town Forest on behalf of the Blackstone Valley Chapter of the New England Mountain Biking Association (NEMBA). Schedule: Saturday, April 13th – 10am to NoonSaturday, April 20th – 9am to 11amSaturday, May 11th – 10am to NoonSaturday, May 25th – 10am to Noon This 5-7… Continue Reading Leading beginner rides at Ashland Town Forest
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Focus Bike Sale

I'm “focused” on making some space in the Velo Studio by clearing out the Focus Bikes in inventory. Stop by or call for details. Continue Reading Focus Bike Sale
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Tubeless Tire Tech Clinic

Thank you to everyone who came out to our tubeless tech clinic. Stay tuned for future clinics - and when the new patch kits & “bacon” arrive in the Velo Studio. Continue Reading Tubeless Tire Tech Clinic
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Scott Spark Contessa 930

World Champion (and now member of the Scott family), Kate Courtney, is showing off her amazing Scott Spark with the new Sram eTAP AXS wireless Eagle groups. While I (and many others) look forward to riding the revolutionary AXS system…for the cost of just eTAP AXS shifting parts alone you can get this entire Scott Spark… Continue Reading Scott Spark Contessa 930 Continue Reading Scott Spark Contessa 930
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An important message from NEMBA

As the ice and snow start to melt, the New England Mountain Bike Association has a message for mountain bikers: Winter Riding Etiquette Please avoid riding the trails when the ground is soft due to thawing conditions. This may occur during spring mud season or on warm mid-winter days. A basic guide is to not… Continue Reading An important message from NEMBA Continue Reading An important message from NEMBA
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New Velo Studio bottles from Polar

Now available in the Velo Studio – insulated sport water bottles from Polar Bottle. Made in the USA, the 24 oz bottles features dual-wall insulation and Zipstream® High Flow Cap with a removable valve for easy cleaning. Quantities are limited – stop by the Velo Studio to pick up your bottle today! Continue Reading New Velo Studio bottles from Polar
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STBG in Switzerland

It’s hard to believe after months of planning that our Switzerland vacation is over, leaving us with amazing memories of adventures in Zermatt and Lugano. In the coming weeks, we will be sharing what we rode, what we wore and what we learned during our trip! You can check out more memories – and videos –… Continue Reading STBG in Switzerland Continue Reading STBG in Switzerland
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STBG Switzerland – What We Rode

After much consideration, we decided to pack up the bikes and bring them to Switzerland rather than renting.  We knew we’d be riding often and on difficult terrain so it was beneficial to have the comfort level of own equipment. After seeing many of the available rental bikes we were happy to have our own… Continue Reading STBG Switzerland – What We Rode Continue Reading STBG Switzerland – What We Rode
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These women know how to wrench!

On Sunday, May 20th, Steve the Bike Guy Velo Studio hosted over 15 women for the first STBG Women Who Wrench Clinic at Unity Farm in Sherborn, Massachusetts. Armed with new toolboxes filled with the essentials, each attendee got greasy – not only learning how to evaluate their chain and cassette “health,” but also taking… Continue Reading These women know how to wrench! Continue Reading These women know how to wrench!
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