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4th Annual Hotter Than Hell Sale!

It’s that time of year again, at Red Rock Bicycle Co. we are doing our 4th annual Hotter Than Hell Sale! We absolutely love living in Southern Utah, but everybody knows that it can get REALLY HOT. This sale is a great way for us to turn that extreme heat into a positive experience! When you purchase any new bike you…

Freedom

Can you remember that feeling of freedom? That moment when the fear of crashing to the ground was suddenly gone and the balance point of being on the bike became second nature and you pedaled away with the wind in your hair and the biggest smile you could fit on your face? You experienced the freedom of the bicycle and if…

I Ride for Me, but Sometimes There Are Other Reasons

I recently bought a road bike. Now, as a devoted mountain biker, I’m hearing some harassment kind words from mountain biking friends for doing so, along with hearing some jokes encouraging tips on how to dress, act, and eat. But a bike is fun, not matter what kind. And there are a few good reasons I bought a road bike, including beauty, intensity, and love. I…

Elite Road Bike Service $30 Off

Do you have a road bike? Has it been a minute since you had it tuned? Yes? Then we have a deal for you. Our Road Bike Services are specifically designed for modern road bikes. We start out by pulling the wheels out of the frame and making sure they are straight, round and perfectly balanced. Our technicians spends the…

Pedaling 6.66 Miles In Satan’s Breath: Four Things You Can Do To Keep Riding in the Heat

Our trusty Sales Manager, Scott, was riding home yesterday, for just a few miserably hot miles towards Ivins (6.66 miles, actually), with the hot wind of hell blowing into his face, and we at the shop thought it was time for a pep-talk on hydration. With possibly the best spring I’ve seen in the 18 years I’ve lived in Saint George–cool temps,…

Become a Bikepacker!

Bikepacking can be intimidating. We get it. Not only are you taking your average ride and extending into two, three, five or more days, but you need to figure out your route, water supply, food, gear, bail out points, companions, etc. It’s a lot to think about and almost too easy to become overwhelmed, especially on your first trip. We…

Ride Report – Oak Grove Overnighter

The Plan Day 1 Meet at Red Rock Bicycle at 8 AM. Ride from the bike shop to Oak Grove, hopefully arriving before dark. Must arrive at Oak Grove. Camp at the base of Pine Valley Mountain. Maybe drink some beer if our beer drop actually arrives. Sleep. Route Significant Details The Oak Grove Campground at the base of Pine Valley…

Red Rock Employee Commuter Challenge

Three months ago we quietly started a small competition for everyone who worked at Red Rock Bicycle Co. It was a simple challenge, commute by bike the most miles over a three month period and win an AWOL. There were a couple of obvious competitors for the package and after a few weeks it was clear who was in it to win….