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February is considered the month of love. So, show some love to your bike! (Or, buy a Thomson Elite 275 bike for your special someone.)  All year long, your bike helps you boost your immune system, save money, lose weight, and increase quality time with your family. What are you waiting for? Hop on your…
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Four New Year's resolutions that we suggest are trying new trails, buying new bike parts, entering a race, and teaching the next generation.
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Christmas is right around the corner and with all the shopping madness ensuing around you you might as well pick up a little something for yourself. Our Alloy Drop Bars and X4 Dress Up Kit make for great gifts that you can use for many years to come.
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Cold weather shouldn’t stop you from cycling as much as possible this winter. Too many riders put up their bikes during this cold season and wait for spring. The team at Bike Thomson wants to equip you with the right bike parts and winter cycling tips for you to keep riding your bike all year long!
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Some would say that fall is the best season for exploring new trails, biking for hours on back roads, or competing in cycling races. You no longer have the summer’s heat on your back or spring’s pollen sending you into a sneezing fit. Since you will be using your bike much more in the next few months, it’s imperative to take extra care of it.
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Did you know that riding your bike provides greater fitness benefits than running? It delivers a quality workout while protecting your joints from harsh impact. Even though this type of exercise is extremely fun, it will make you hungry!
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Depending on where you live, rain can be so infrequent that skipping the days when it’s rainy won’t disrupt your riding schedule. However, for those who live in locations where rain is frequent, such as the Northeastern United States, skipping rainy days can significantly impact your riding schedule and consistency.
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Some of the most frustrating and difficult problems to deal with when it comes to bikes are slipping and seizing. The best way to handle the problems of slipping and seizing (and really any other issues that may arise with your bike) is to simply avoid them altogether. There are numerous preventative measures you can…
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