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  • Giant Avail Composite 3 - Women's - 2013
    $1,700.00

    Giant's Avail Composite 3 features a lightweight carbon frame with endurance geometry that will smooth the road. You'll ride farther and faster in more comfort than ever… [more]

  • Giant TCR Advanced SL 2 - 2013
    $6,500.00
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    Giant's TCR Advanced SL 2 converts every bit of your efforts into forward momentum and corners as if on rails. Expertly crafted from Advanced SL composite, the… [more]

  • Giant XTC 29er 2 - 2013
    $1,200.00 - $1,475.00
    Product Rating
     
    2.5 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    Giant's XTC 29er 2 brings agility and precision to the 29er revolution. It sports Giant's light, nimble and durable ALUXX SL aluminum frame with dialed XC geometry. Up… [more]

  • Liv Simple Three W - 2017
    $485.00

    Nothing beats the feel of a comfortable cruiser. Simple has a laid-back style and an easy ride that never gets old. With its beach cruiser DNA and its city bike… [more]

  • Giant XTC Composite 29er 1 - 2013
    $2,775.00
    Product Rating
     
    4.0 stars
     (4 Reviews)

    XC riders, rejoice! How about a crazy-light, full-carbon 29er hardtail with razor-sharp handling and blazing acceleration? Yes, please! Giant's XTC Composite 29er 1 is… [more]

  • Giant Avail Composite 0 - Women's - 2013
    $3,950.00

    Comfort and speed are perfectly balanced in Giant's Avail Composite 0. Giant's carbon frame and OverDrive fork lets the Avail dominate the climbs while soaking up road… [more]

  • Giant Motr 20 - 2016
    $210.00

    Giant's Motr 20 is a force to be reckoned with. This little shredder is ready for the streets, trails, and anywhere else your kid can motor along. With a lightweight… [more]

  • Giant Avail Composite 1 - Women's - 2013
    $2,650.00

    Find yourself riding further and longer aboard Giant's Avail Composite 1. Giant's carbon frame and OverDrive fork lets the Avail dominate the climbs while soaking up… [more]

  • Liv Suede 2 - Women's - 2016
    $420.00

    Liv's Suede 2 is the perfect marriage of style, fun, and functionality. Its lightweight aluminum frame is not only stable but also easy to ride; it allows you to touch… [more]

  • SRAM GXP Team Bottom Bracket
    $34.99 - $42.99

    Get the most out of SRAM's high-tech cranksets with the GXP Team Bottom Bracket. Built to last, this super-smooth bottom bracket lets your SRAM GXP crankset (sold… [more]

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The Hub has two locations to better serve your cycling needs!

821 Frederick Road 
Catonsville, MD 21228
410-747-7433

S'Ville Bikes

20 Liberty Road, Suite D
Sykesville, MD 21784
410-795-7433

Welcome to the HUB, your one stop shop for ALL your cycling needs

Winter is here in Catonsville. We have a full line of winter gear ready to keep you rolling through the cold months ahead. Brands like Craft, Louis Garneau and Lizard Skins have everything from cool weather riding to full on down and dirty bone chilling cold excursions! We here at the believe that cycling is a year round activity. Sure, when temperatures dip in the "I dont want to go outside" degrees, it makes it difficult to get motivated to get going. We provide indoor trainers as an option to going outside. Stop by and chat about some options and off-season fitness programs.

Hub Tips

How To Climb Trails Like A Mountain Goat - Conquering a steep off-road climb can be challenging and fun. What's required is strength, finesse and the proper technique. The trick to getting up steep stuff cleanly is positioning your center of gravity in the sweet spot, the point where you get the best balance of traction and control. Move your center of gravity too far forward and you lose traction at the rear wheel. Move it too far to the rear and your front wheel starts to float, robbing you of control. It's best to remain seated and press your upper body down toward the toptube as the climb gets steeper and the sweet spot moves forward. If the climb gets too steep for you to stay in the saddle, rise slightly and move forward, to remain in the sweet spot. Practice on a smooth, steep, obstacle-free climb and soon, you'll be climbing like you've got Velcro tires.