Dear ERIK’S Customer, The health and safety of our customers and staff is always my #1 priority. This has never been more important to our company than today. Our stores are open, but we have taken steps to protect both you – our customer – and our staff.
Our stores are open because bike shops are essential to the community. Bikes are an important part of daily life for many people. We have taken steps to protect both you and our staff. We are following guidelines for sanitation and health safety from the CDC. We are also offering new shopping options to reduce contact. […]
When it comes to mountain bikes, let’s just say we are obsessed. We love riding these bikes. We love talking about these bikes. And we LOVE the new technology on these bikes – which is why we are so excited to get riding in 2020! This year has some sick new bikes that have pushed […]
Did you just buy a new bike from ERIK’S? We’ve created video tutorials to walk you through the basics. From adjusting the seat height, to removing the wheels — you’ll learn everything you need to know to get out riding! Plus, we go over all of the ERIK’S Extras you receive for buying your bike […]
Many Specialized helmets feature an exciting new device that helps your helmet protect you even more. ANGi from Specialized can call for help when you can’t. They’ve also added MIPS protection as an option on every helmet for even greater safety. Specialized has transformed the modern helmet into a live tracking device, accident detector, and […]
Specialized has long been a leader in electric bikes. Their newest ebike, the Creo SL, is their first entry into eRoad bikes. It’s a completely different kind of electric bike unlike any other ebike on the market today! Keep reading to find out why.
Spring is in the air which means it’s time to pack up your wahoo trainer, dust off your old friend “Road Bike”, and head to your favorite stretch of country to start logging some miles. Or, maybe old friend “Road Bike” has gracefully earned its forever vacation – retirement – and you find yourself in the […]
Riding on a 45 degrees day can feel like it’s 37 degrees at a modest speed of 15 mph. It’s important to remember that air temperature is only one part of the equation when riding. On a bike, you’re also creating additional wind-chill, which is a more significant factor as temperatures dip. But with just […]