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Understanding The Differences In Cycling Shoes - There are many types of cycling shoes, and for good reason. Each type of cycling can benefit from a shoe specifically designed for it. Mountain biking shoes have tread patterns on the bottom more akin to hiking shoes. These shoes help you negotiate steeper sections where you might not have enough traction (or leg strength) to pedal. Shoes for road cycling, especially for longer rides or races, typically have smooth bottoms to reduce weight, improve aerodynamics, and provide an ideal mounting surface for the different cleat systems available. In between are shoes designed to accommodate some walking or hiking while still functioning well on the bike. These shoes typically have a flex point in the sole to make walking easier, and offer recessed cleats that don't contact the walking surface.

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Giant's Mountain Performance Bikes Are Here!

You'll love our Giant Performance mountain bikes!Giant's Performance mountain bikes are lightweight, cutting-edge and tailor-made to your off-road pursuits. Come see Hank and Franks selection and discover your new trail-taming whip.

Giant Knows Carbon!

 Giant carbon bicycles set new standards!Want the lightest, stiffest frame possible? Try one of our Giant carbon bikes. Whether you ride mountain or road you'll love the feathery feel and relentless power-transfer of the fine carbon-fiber offerings from the industry leader. Come in today to learn why we recommend the brand with one of the biggest R&D budgets:
Giant carbon bicycles set new standards!

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Send it on a Kona!

Kona sponsors some of the most progressive riders so you know their bikes are ready to be ridden. From back flips, to road gaps, to winning slopestyle comps, Kona pros have done it! When you're ready to take it to the next level, check out Hank and Franks Konas!

 

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