2013 Giant Defy 5On Sale Explore your world on two wheels with Giant's Defy 5. Giant's ALUXX aluminum frame lets the Defy zoom up the climbs while muting road vibration for a super-smooth, refined ride. You'll love the tall head tube and stable geometry that allows for a more comfortable position so you feel great through every mile.
Bike to Brew
Bike to Brew is an early summer evening bike ride winding through Chicago’s industrial and residential streets and ends with a private party with DJ Limbs, food trucks and tasty Rev Brew beers. Space is limited for this carefuly crafted eight mile route. The event benefits Active Transportation Alliance’s work to improve biking, walking and transit.
Use promo code KOZY3 and save $3 when you register.
We'll Fit You Right With Specialized's BG FIT System!
We're proud to offer bicycle fittings using Specialized's comprehensive, accurate and effective BG FIT system. When you're ready, give us a call to schedule an appointment or just ask and we'll answer all your bike-fit questions on our different fits.
Our Freedom To Ride credit program is an easy way to get the bike and accessories you want right away on purchases of $299 or more with your Freedom To Ride credit card. Link here for more details on financing.
Kozy's Cyclery has been named one of America's Best Bike Shops (formerly known as the Top 100 Bicycle Retailers) for 2013. Thank you to our dedicated staff and loyal customers!
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Today's Cycling Tip
Helmets And Children - Helmets can feel confining to kids, too, so it's good that newer models fit better and offer more comfortable designs and materials than ever before. Fitting a helmet to a child takes extra care. For instance, use caution when adjusting the chin strap so it's comfortable. And never pinch your child's skin in the buckle or you may have trouble completing the fitting session.
Kids often push helmets back on their heads. This robs them of proper forehead protection. Adjusting helmet straps correctly will prevent this from happening. Do your first adjustment in front of a full-length mirror. Kneel down to your child's level. Make it fun for them to learn what's right and wrong. Our best advice for teaching your child to wear a helmet? Simple: Wear one yourself.