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  • Salsa Cowbell 2 Bar
    $79.99

    Salsa's Cowbell 2 Bar offers a flat transition from bar to lever, therefore increasing comfort. It's made from double-butted 7050 aluminum for sprinting stiffness at a… [more]

  • Tifosi Seek FC Fototec
    $69.99

    Seek out aerobic adventure in Tifosi's Seek FC Fototec sunglasses. These lightweight, full-coverage shades boast Tifosi's exceptionally tough Grilamid frames, while… [more]

  • WeThePeople Crysis FC - 2016
    $579.99

    WeThePeople's Crysis exists for shredding the streets and parks. The second the Crysis drops in, it represents with a full cromo frame and fork. Whether dirt, park, or… [more]

  • Surly Cross Check Frameset - 2014
    $479.00

    Surly's Cross Check is one of the most versatile framesets going and ready to be built into a commute-conquering, backroad-exploring, 'cross-riding machine. Finely… [more]

  • Surly ECR Frameset - 2015
    $699.00

    What does ECR mean? Anything you want it to. Go camping, ride the Divide Trail, disappear into the woods, and conquer any road. Surly's ECR is a super capable camping… [more]

  • Surly Krampus Frameset - 2014
    $575.00

    One part fat-bike, one part 29er, and two parts awesome, Surly's Krampus Frameset lets you build a fun and quick bike that rolls over anything and everything. Surly… [more]

  • Heller Bloodhound Frame - 2016
    $1,249.00

    Delivering dialed carbon hardtail performance and the terrain-munching capabilities of super fat tires, the Bloodhound puts you on the scent of new riding opportunities… [more]

  • Surly Krampus - 2016
    $1,699.00
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    One part fat bike, one part 29er, and two parts awesome, Surly's Krampus rolls fast, holds speed, and devours corners. Surly built the frame and fork with chromoly and… [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 Defy 1 - 2013
    $1,300.00
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (29 Reviews)

    Giant's Defy 1 lets you cruise roads and over the hills on the horizon. Giant's ALUXX SL aluminum frame and Advanced carbon fork with an OverDrive steerer let the Defy… [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


The Hub is proud to announce a new location in Sykesville/Eldersburg! Check out the new shop next time your in the neighborhood or take a ride out to see us! Click on your neighborhood logo below for more information on the Catonsville or Sykesville/Eldersburg locations!

Celebrate 'Merica with The Hub!

Join us at The Hub in Catonsville this 4th of July weekend (July 2nd - 4th) for all of the fun and excitement that is Catonsville on The 4th!!

Here's what's going on:

The Hub Ride and Tour de France kick-off viewing - JULY 2nd! Ride leaves at 8AM and is fun and friendly! The TdF Stage 1 will be on replay at The Shop around Noon!!

Ride to Fort McHenry  https://www.facebook.com/events/480286122165655/
Meet at HUB 7:00am  (Wheels roll at 7:30am)
Return to HUB

Bike Decorating Contest and Community Games Catonsville Men's Civic Organization https://www.facebook.com/Catonsviile/?fref=photo
Catonsville HS/Valley Road
9:30am til 11:30am


Ride your bike IN THE PARADE with the HUB 
Meet on the 200 block of MONTROSE AVE
2:40pm Wheels roll at 3pm

Please dress to impress (Red, White, Blue, and wear your helmet!!!)

Watch the Parade from the HUB -
3pm-5pm - We will have the HUB MOONBOUNCE, and will be grilling Hot Dogs and Burgers. Feel Free to bring a side dish

6:30pm--8:30pm
Catonsville HS/ Valley Road

Today's Tip

Adjust Bar Ends Correctly - To prevent pain and discomfort, position bar ends on the handlebars to match the natural angle of your hands and wrists. If you're bending your wrists to hold on, rotate the bar ends until you're gripping in a neutral, relaxed position. For most riders the bar ends are angled slightly upwards but not too steeply. If you set them too high, when you stand to climb, you'll have to bend your wrists a lot, which can strain them and prevent you from maintaining a safe grip.