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Have you met… Travis?

Published under Shop News on 09/16/2014

Travis joined Red Rock Bicycle just over a year ago. He quickly became a pillar of the Service Center. Like most good technicians, Travis grew up biking. Specifically, he raced downhill mountain bikes for many years. As part of his racing history he coached the Young Riders in Park City for many years and created their downhill curriculum. He also raced Continue Reading »

The 5th Annual Moustache Contest

Published under Shop News on 09/04/2014

The air is starting to cool, the riding season is upon us and the month’s number is 9. All of these things are perfect indicators that it is September which can only mean one thing, it’s Moustache Month at Red Rock Bicycle Co. Don’t ask us why, but five years ago we listened to a hair brain idea from Lukas Continue Reading »

We’re Hiring!

Published under Shop News on 09/02/2014

We are currently looking for an experienced, full time bicycle technician. Job requirements: Experience working in a bike shop as a technician. Be familiar with all new makes and models of bikes/components. Knowledge of and capable of bleeding all current brake types Knowledge of and capable of servicing suspension components Competent with wheel tensions/lacing/dishing Be computer literate. Capable of working in Continue Reading »

Trail of the Week: Prospector to Church Rocks

Published under Trail Conditions on 08/27/2014

Prospector to Church Rocks is a fast, flowy ride with just enough slick rock thrown into the mix to keep you on your toes. Church Rocks was one of the original mountain bike trails in Southern Utah. The slick rock patches that sit north of I-15 were seen as a mini Moab and riders in the early 90s developed a Continue Reading »

Have you met… Ryan Z?

Published under Shop News on 08/13/2014

Ryan Zalewski started working at Red Rock Bicycle last year. He has quickly proven his knowledge of the bicycle world and his ability to find the right bike for his customers. Ryan started in the bike industry back in Appleton, Wisconsin where he managed Schwag Bikes for four years. His love of mountain biking brought him to St. George on a Continue Reading »

Service Tip: Watch the Hanger

Published under Service Tips on 08/08/2014

It’s such an easy piece to bend because it kind of hangs out by itself by your back wheel. I’m talking about one of the most common causes of shifting issues, a bent derailleur hanger. The derailleur hanger sits on the back of the frame just below the rear dropout. For your derailleur to be able to run through the gears Continue Reading »

Bike of the Week: Fatboy by Specialized

Published under Shop News on 07/30/2014

If there is a place that you want to ride a bike, chances are that some bike company somewhere has already designed and built a bike to go there. Truth be told most bikes will take you just about anywhere you want to go and probably more. Take Mitch for example, he has ridden his Specialized Crux in TrueGrit, any Continue Reading »

Hotter Than Hell Sale

Published under Promotions on 07/08/2014

Promotion good July 5th to August 3rd.

Tour de France Celebration #ItsMyTour

Published under Shop News on 07/03/2014

The Tour de France is the pinnacle of road racing. Starting on July 5th, the Tour goes for 21 stages spanning over 2200 miles. We always enjoy watching and cheering on the riders as they struggle through the mountains and to see the strategy of each time as they try to obtain the coveted yellow jersey. This year we have Continue Reading »

Trail of the Week: Navajo Lake Loop

Published under Trail Conditions on 07/02/2014

There’s no way around it, summer is here and the heat has come along with it. This  means that riding happens earlier, when it’s darker or when you head to the mountains. One of the many benefits of living in St. George is the fact that we have  highly diverse terrain within quick driving distance. A short 1.5 hour drive can put you Continue Reading »