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Your Dream Ride Starts With Project One!

The bicycle you've dreamed of is just a few clicks away. Check out our Trek Project One page and you can select everything from stunning paint jobs to your preferred wheels and components, to your cable housing color! Build yours today! 

 After you have created your "dream bike", submit your project one order to All American Bicycle Center.  We will contact you to finalize your component selection.  For further information or questions regarding your custom Trek Project One bicycle, contact aabikes@aol.com.  We look forward to helping you make your dream bike a reality!

Introducing Trek Travel!

There's time to ride and relax!
We are proud to introduce the perfect complement to our quality Trek cycling products: Trek Travel. Built upon a commitment to customer service and dedicated to providing an experience you'll love, we'd call Trek Travel the cycling tour of a lifetime, except that you'll have such a great time you'll want to go again!  When you book your trip, mention that you heard about Trek Travel on www.aabikes.com and receive a $50 gift certificate from All American Bikes.

Today's Tip

Proper Shifting Helps Your Bike Last Longer, Work Better - With so many gears on a multi-speed bike, it's tempting to use them all. Yet, a derailleur-equipped bicycle actually has a few gears you're better off not using, based upon how extreme the sideways bend in the chain can become. "Chainline" is the term which refers to the relative straightness of the chain's path as it encircles the front and rear gears. Chainline is at its most problematic angle when using two combinations of gears together: either the largest gears in front and back, or the smallest gears in front and back. Even when your drivetrain (derailleurs, gearsets, and chain) is properly set up and adjusted, using these "extreme" gear combinations creates excessive drivetrain noise and wear, which reduces the useful life of the drivetrain parts. You can still celebrate that your bike has 24 speeds. And if you only use 22 of them, it'll last you longer, too.

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!


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