We’re passing on some product reviews we’ve found that focus on cycling products we use and like at Ben’s Cycle. Product reviews from different people give us a sense of Continue Reading →
We recently released our Ben’s Cycle Holiday Gift Guide in order to help people figure out what to buy the cyclist in their lives – even if it is for Continue Reading →
Ben’s Cycle has built custom wheels for many years, and we are now pleased to offer our customers the option of spokes and nipples from Sapim, a Belgian company that Continue Reading →
The Ben’s Cycle On the Bike Path is a series of interviews with people who ride, work on, design, and generally live for and love bikes. Clay Murfet is an Continue Reading →
We applaud people who decide to make changes to their lives and discover the beauty of cycling. Road.cc chronicles the story of Eric Hites, who, after losing control of his Continue Reading →
We will also build custom wheels for a fraction of the cost of pre-builts. You choose hubs, rims, and spokes, and we’ll build them and ship them to you!
Ben’s Cycle has expert wheel-builders to create the exact kind of rim/ spoke/ hub combination you want. Climber? We can set up you with a lightweight stiff set of wheels. Sprinter? All-day cruiser? We can provide the combination you want.
Plus we don’t charge for actually building the wheels if you buy the rim, hub, and spokes from us! Continue Reading →
We still have too much stuff in the store, and the new location for the Ben’s Cycle Pro Shop is nearly ready to occupy. That means we’re extending The Crossing Continue Reading →
Road.cc posted a list of six reasons to try cyclocross. With the Milwaukee Bicycle Company Cycling Team hosting CrossShooshko this Saturday, it seemed a good day to post our seven Continue Reading →
Dutch City Gives Rest of World Template for Cycling From the Guardian: Motorists woke up one mid-70s morning to find new one-way streets made direct crosstown journeys impossible by car. Continue Reading →
Are you one of those cyclocross racers who frets about a half-pound of pressure in your tubulars? Are you someone never quite sure if the pressure from your pump is Continue Reading →