The Hub is ecstatic to announce a new Web Site - not only a new Web Site, but now you can get all of the gear you need from us without leaving your couch (though we all know you would like to jump on your bike and pedal over to see us live in the shop) at any hour!
That's right - The Hub now offers online shopping! If we have it, you have it - and right to your front door!
Don't worry - we will still be able to guide you through the process and get you the right part for the sweet new build or the hanger for that derailleur that you just ripped off. Just get in touch with one of our experts in the service department and we'll put your on the right trail!
Giant's women's bikes use Giant's Five Point design, which considers the sizing, geometry, construction, components, and even the styling. These exquisite machines are thoughtfully designed, intelligently engineered, painstakingly crafted and made to fit flawlessly for the ride of your life.
For more information - just click HERE!
Chain Fell Off? Shift It Back On! - No matter how carefully you shift, occasionally the chain may fall off the chainring. It's best to avoid handling the chain because you'll end up with grease all over your hands. Instead, you may be able to shift the chain back on. This isn't possible if it falls off when you're climbing a hill, because you lose your momentum and have to stop. But, anytime you're riding where you can coast for a few seconds, you can almost always get the chain back on by gently pedaling and shifting the front derailleur to move the chain toward the ring. Pedal slowly and lightly and the ring will grab and engage the chain and you'll be riding again as before. Voila! Chain fixed! No greasy tattoos! (If the chain jams, stop and manually reinstall it.) When a chain comes off repeatedly, something's wrong. Have us take a look at the front derailleur adjustment.