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  • Giant P-SL2 Tire
    $50.00

    With their front/rear-specific compounds and high-volume casings, Giant's lightweight P-SL2 Tires offer superior handling and an outstanding ride. Giant's Deflect 2… [more]

  • Fox Launch Elbow Pads
    $49.95

    Fox's Launch Elbow pads feature a ribbed hard shell forearm and elbow cup for superior impact and trail rash protection. The molded Biofoam chassis dissipates force in… [more]

  • Giant SureLock FlexCable
    $9.00 - $11.00

    You can use Giant's SureLock FlexCable with a padlock (sold separately) to secure your bike and, if you already own a U-Lock, you can also use the cable for additional… [more]

  • Giant TCR Advanced Rabobank - 2013
    $3,400.00 - $5,750.00

    Leave nothing to chance with Giant's compromise-free TCR Advanced Rabobank. Inspired by the pro peloton, it boasts composite construction for a feathery frame that… [more]

  • Giant TCR Composite 1 - 2013
    $2,500.00 - $2,650.00

    Make sure you're holding on tight because Giant's TCR Composite 1 takes off with amazing efficiency. Its feathery Giant Composite carbon frameset offers brilliant… [more]

  • Mirrycle Incredibell XL
    $9.99

    The Incredibell XL is louder and a little larger, but with the same unique pivoting dinger that keeps it compact for fitting on packed handlebars. [more]

  • SRAM GXP Team Bottom Bracket
    $42.00

    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]

  • TruVativ Giga Pipe Team SL Bottom Bracket
    $47.00 - $48.00

    Striking the balance between light weight, long life and durability, TruVativ's Giga Pipe Team SL Bottom Bracket uses 3 sealed cartridge bearings to provide smooth… [more]

  • Giant TCR Advanced SL 2 - 2013
    $6,500.00
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    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]

  • Cannondale Headband
    $15.99

    Cannondale's Headband fits easily under most helmets to keep you warm and comfortable when the weather's cool. Its tapered cut provides full ear coverage and it's made… [more]

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

S'Ville Bikes

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

Today's Tip

For Optimum Comfort, Check Your Road Bike Handlebar Width - Surprisingly, with all the attention paid to road bike seat height and stem length, handlebar width is often overlooked. Unfortunately, bars that are too narrow can leave you feeling cramped, contribute to numbness in your hands and cause difficulty breathing. And, bars that are too wide can make you feel stretched out and can also contribute to hand numbness. The handlebars that come stock on most bikes get wider as the frame size gets larger. Consequently, if you are tall with narrow shoulders or short with wide shoulders, and you did not change the width of your handlebar, it's possible that you're a candidate for a change. If you question how your handlebars fit, we can help.