Moore's Bicycle Shop, Inc.

1607 Hardy Street, Hattiesburg, MS 39401
Phone: 601-544-1978
M-F 9-6, Sat 9-4, Closed Sunday
 
 
 
 

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A Ride A Day Makes Your Smile Stay!

A bicycle helps you meet friendly people!

When headlines and surroundings look bleak, we recommend a bicycle ride. Every ride is a vacation from stress and worries, sure to brighten your day. Take a vacation today — you never know who you'll meet!

 

Why Cycling's The Best Exercise

See The World With Cycling!

Every ride is an adventure! On a bicycle you can cover much more ground than walking or running, and even when you're cruising right along you can enjoy the scenery, stop and take photos, talk with your friends and have a wonderful time. Riding is the ideal way to escape, explore and expand your world!

Tip Of The Day

Eighty-Six The BVDs - When you put bike shorts on over underwear, you end up sitting on the seams in the undies, which compromise a seamless bike short's ability to prevent pain. Seams cut circulation and form bumps that chafe and hurt. Besides, cycling shorts already include a layer of padding (called a chamois), because makers know you won't be wearing anything under the shorts. Whether you prefer boxers, briefs or bikinis, leave them at home to get all the comfort cycling shorts offer. (Plus, you'll eliminate those unsightly panty lines.) There is one time to always wear underwear: when you're trying on new cycling shorts in the store -- but you probably already knew that.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

skipping

This is a symptom of a worn drivetrain. When a cog (or chainring) gets worn enough, it can't carry the chain properly. So, if you pedal hard when the chain is on that cog, you may experience a sudden and disconcerting lurch in the pedal stroke accompanied by a strange popping sound. What's you're experiencing is the chain riding up and over the teeth on the cog and slamming back down again. Skipping can also be caused by a stiff link that binds when it reaches the derailleur or doesn't seat on the cog. Either way, it's something to have repaired ASAP.