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We are Middle Tennessee's premiere full service bicycle and skateboard shop.

Our bike lines include Trek, SpecializedNiner, BMC, Yeti, MOOTS, Santa Cruz and many more.

Whether you are a mountain biker, road cyclist, tri-athlete, commuter, or just out for an afternoon cruise we cater to all cyclists from the beginner to the most advanced. Our knowledgeable staff is on hand to take care of all your needs.

MOAB Murfreesboro Bike and Skate:

310 North Maple Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37130

615-893-7725

MOAB Franklin Bike Shop:

109 Del Rio Pike suite 105 Franklin, TN 37064

615-807-2035

You should be comfortable on your bike. If you have neck, back, or knee pain, saddle sores, or hand or foot numbness, your bicycle probably doesn't fit you properly. Good bike fit can also improve your pedaling efficiency and aerodynamics and actually make you faster.

Call and schedule your sizing or bike fit today!

 

Mark's Daily Tip

Be Safe! Ride Defensively At Intersections - When you're riding in traffic, it can be tempting to pass cars on the right while they're stopped at a light so you can get to the front of the line. Usually, however, it's safer to remain behind the last car in line as you approach the intersection. Why? Because, if the light turns green while you're passing, cars turning right (many drivers forget to use their signals) may turn into you (they're not expecting you to be there). There's also the possibility an inattentive passenger may open a door into you as you're riding by. Finally, believe it or not, there are dangerous drivers out there who get irritated at having to pass you again and decide not to give you as much room the second time they pass. It's not right, but it happens, and you can avoid the hassle by riding defensively. Also, always wear a helmet and remain alert to what the traffic around you is doing.

QUICK FIX: Your Chain Fell Off!

When the chain falls off you can usually just shift it back on!

PROBLEM: Dagnabit! The chain fell off your new bicycle.

CAUSE: You may have hit a bump while shifting, which threw the chain.

SOLUTION: Relax! This happens even to pros and the fix is super simple! You can usually shift the chain back on by pedaling very gently and shifting the left lever. Or you can easily lift the chain back on, too. Need help? Just ask us!