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The Cult of Aluminum is Alive and Well

The Cult of Aluminum is Alive and Well.

Adams Avenue Bikes is your community resource for all your cycling needs! Our staff has years of bike shop experience. We feel that everyone in Normal Heights, North Park, Hillcrest, University Heights or anywhere in San Diego should have a bike handy. Stop on by and let us help you. We have answers for all your bike-related questions and a full service department ready for your repair, restoration, or rebuild. Adams Avenue Bikes proudly carries the following brands: Bianchi, Jamis, Fuji, Cannondale, Somec, Ritchey, Campagnolo, SRAM, Shimano, Mavic, Giro, Brooks, State, Surly, Sidi, Fi'zi:k, Vittoria, Continental & many more!

Custom Somec Campagnolo EPS Build

Here at Adams Avenue Bicycles we are very excited to be an official Somec dealer, and have been seeing more and more interest in these top of the line carbon and steel Italian made race bikes! Check out this video filmed here at the shop showcasing our mechanic Spot outfitting a brand new Somec frameset with Campagnolo's EPS groupset!

Adams Avenue Bicycles Tip of the Day

Simple Brake Tuning - As you ride and use your brakes, the brake pads wear slightly. You feel this as more travel in the levers. You should adjust this additional travel out before it gets to the point of jeopardizing your braking. Fortunately, there's an easy way to do this on almost all modern bicycles. Look for knurled adjusting barrels on the levers (on most off-road bikes) or on the brake calipers (most road bikes). Turn these barrels (usually counter-clockwise) to quickly restore optimum braking.