We ship mail-order via: We offer local home/work delivery, transacting via: You may order in advance, and pick up, transacting via:
Key Tri-Specific Contact(s):
Yes, Their Names - Michael Harrison F.I.S.T. Tri Fitter(s):
Yes, Their Names - Michael Harrison F.I.S.T. Road Fitter(s):
None F.I.S.T. Advanced Fitter(s):
None BFACT Score: 0 BikeFit, BodyGeometry, Retul, Serotta, or Trek Fitter(s):
None Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
Unanswered Fit Bikes:
Bikefitting Motion-Capture Systems:
Shop Hours: 10-6 Monday-Saturday Barnett-Trained Mechanic(s):
Yes, Their Names - Andrew Navoy, Colin Blanchard United Bicycle Institute-Trained Mechanic(s):
None Shop Info: Please write some information about your shop.
The Bike Rack has been providing excellent customer service for cyclists of all levels since 1972. We specialize in custom bike and wheel building along with ceritified road and triathlon bike fitting, all designed to enchance your cycling experience. Directions: Please describe how to get to your shop from your surrounding area.
Take I-55 to the Lakeland Drive exit and proceed east 2 miles. The Bike Rack will be on your left at the intersection of Sara Lane and Lakeland Drive.
Map location is based off of a geocode of the addressed entered using Google's Google Maps API. If your address does not geocode properly, you can either update the address (we will attempt to re-geocode after any updates to your entry) or you can use Google's geocoding tool found here: http://gmaps-samples.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/geocoder/singlegeocode.html to obtain a lat/long for your location and enter that. To use the utility, type in an address that is close to your location and then drag-and-drop the marker to obtain the desired lat/long. If you choose to enter a lat/long, you must check the box on the edit page that says, "override geocode with entered lat/long."