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  • Trek Domane 2.0 C - 2015
    $1,299.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    Trek's Domane 2.0 proudly features Trek's race-winning IsoSpeed technology and balanced endurance geometry for a wonderful ride, long-ride comfort and excellent handling… [more]

  • Lazer Sport Cyclone
    $45.00

    Lazer's Cyclone offers sturdy, lightweight protection. Its Turnfit system is easily adjusted to give you a perfect fit and an integrated visor keeps the sun out of your… [more]

  • Salsa Mukluk 3 - 2015
    $1,899.00

    Just because you can't see the trail underneath all that snow, sand, or ice, doesn't mean you can't ride it! Go anywhere with Surly's Mukluk 3 fat bike, the ideal… [more]

  • Giant Sedona DX - 2015
    $440.00
    Product Rating
     
    4.5 stars
     (7 Reviews)

    Experience freedom and fun while riding Giant’s Sedona DX. Its durable aluminum frame provides a comfortable, upright position, while Suntour’s suspension fork cushions… [more]

  • Garmin Edge 510
    $329.99

    Tell the world what you accomplished with Garmin's Edge 510. Sure, this water-resistant wonder has great metrics like speed, distance, ride time, and optional power with… [more]

  • Electra Amsterdam Original 3i Ladies - 2015
    $599.99

    Electra's Amsterdam Original 3i Ladies makes cycling so convenient and fun you'll want to ride it everywhere! This classy and versatile city bike features a… [more]

  • Surly Moonlander - 2015
    $2,550.00
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (3 Reviews)

    If you ever looked at miles of mostly unrideable landscape and thought "Huh, I wish I could ride over that," Surly's Moonlander is reason for applause. The chromoly… [more]

  • Redline Proline Mini - 2014
    $549.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    Put the pedal down and hold on as Redline's Proline Mini jumps out of the gates. This ripper is equipped with a light, efficient aluminum frame and a stiff chromoly fork… [more]

  • The Ski and Bike Shop Gift Card
    $10.00 - $1,000.00

    Finding the perfect gift can be tough. Which is exactly why we offer gift cards. They make great presents for relatives and friends, and are a fantastic way to thank… [more]

  • CycleOps Fluid2 Trainer
    $349.99
    Product Rating
     
    5.0 stars
     (193 Reviews)

    CycleOps' Fluid2 Trainer utilizes Power Band technology to allow for distinct resistance changes without reaching to a lever on the unit. The large flywheel delivers a… [more]

  • Electra Townie Original 21D - Women's - 2015
    $519.99
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    5.0 stars
     (2 Reviews)

    Electra's Townie Original 21D is the most comfortable and fun way to get around and enjoy the countryside. Electra's awesome Flat Foot Technology lets you put your feet… [more]

  • Surly Big Fat Larry Tire
    $110.00 - $130.00

    Surly's Big Fat Larry floats like a butterfly. Or maybe a blimp would be a better analogy. Measuring a whopping 4.7" when mounted to a 100mm rim, this tire will take you… [more]

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Welcome to the Ski & Bike Shop

The Ski & Bike ShopThe Ski & Bike Shop of Grand Forks, is a locally owned business specializing in adventure gear, performance clothing, bicycles, snowboards, downhill skis, as well as cross country skis with expert advice and personal experience.

IT'S CYCLOCROSS SEASON!

Cyclocross is one of the most exhilirating things you can do on a bike! It’s also technically and physically demanding, which leads to great improvement when the spring races roll around. Check out the Trek CrossRip LTD, and learn more about cyclocross basics here. We also have Fat Tire Bikes for wintertime or anytime fun.

Bike Commuting: The Fun Way to Get to Work!

Is the daily commute wearing you down? Through-the-roof gas prices; traffic jams; non-existent parking; lovely mornings and afternoons wasted inside your vehicle—what's there to do? Commute by bike! It's fun, it's fast, it's easy, it saves money, reduces global warming, and keeps you healthy and happy, too!

Pat's Daily Cycling Tip

Here's How To Master the Mud - Riding in mud is neither recommended nor good for your bike, but sometimes the ride or weather conditions force you to become a muck master. Skinny tires (1.7-inches wide or less) or treads that are designed specifically for mud will help. On the ride, before things jam up, stop, find a small stick and clean the mud from around your tires, brakes, derailleurs, etc. Cornering in the mud can be treacherous. Maintain control by using a more upright position and by not placing too much outward force on the tires. On climbs, remain seated as much as possible to eliminate tire spin. And, when you get home, clean your rig and check your brake pads and chain, parts that wear rapidly on muddy rides (it's a good idea to keep some new brake pads on hand in case yours wear out). Also, if you live in an area where riding in the mud is frequent and permitted, equip your bike with disc brakes (or consider a new bike with discs), as these outperform rim brakes in the muck.

 

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