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Four wheels move the Body, Two wheels move the Soul.

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    Join us for National Bike to Work Day on September 4th 2014.

    How do you get to work? Sick of sitting in traffic? Tired of waiting for the train? Join the thousands of commuters who are taking part in this year’s Cycle to Work Day.

    Blazing Saddles Bike Shop is offering free 12 point bike health checks all next week in support of Cycle to Work Day on Thursday. How many people can you persuade to join you?

    Pledge your miles, stand up on your pedals and be counted!

    Forms available in store when you bring in your bike, or download and print your own:

    Health Check Form

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    The Summer Holidays are here!

    Make a note in your diaries – the shop will be closed for a week between the 16th and 22nd August and reopen on the 23rd August (Saturday) while we all ride off into the sunset for our annual holiday. Catch you when we get back…!

    Closed 16th – 22rd August

    Reopens Saturday 23rd August

  • The Segment. Divides opinion. Conquers trails.

    Designed to be the fastest all-rounder we could make, the Segment takes preconceptions about what is possible on a short travel bike and pulls them apart.

     A 120/110mm travel 29er that can ride way beyond its travel figure, the Segment balances its inherent big-wheel unflappability with a taught and playful ride that encourages you to let it go faster, both up and down. With its confidence inspiring low-slung stance and the kind of angles more often found on longer travel bikes the Segment is the short travel bike that can, and does. From laps of black runs to off-cambre, off-piste sections you’ll be dropping seconds and your riding mates.As you’d expect from Orange it’s built to go the distance with a proven, high-performance, low-maintenance single pivot suspension system and the latest, most widely adopted features such as internal dropper routing, a 142mm rear axle, ISCG tabs and a 1.5inch headtube.

    The Orange Segment, greater than the sum of its parts doesn’t even come close. Handbuilt in Halifax.


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    Bikes, beer & bike racing, does it get any better?
    Blazing Saddles in Hebden Bridge is opening a bar selling quality beers and ciders both hand pumped and bottled. We’re open all the Tour De France weekend with a massive TV screen to watch the action as it happens, or if you fancy an amusing diversion we have an unrideable (for some) bike where you could win a prize…
    The shop opens as usual at 10am on Saturday morning and the bar shortly afterwards!
    Beer in a bike shop, does life get any better!!?
    Make the Yorkshire leg of the TDF a weekend to remember.
    Not into beer or cider? We have tea, coffee, cake and hotdogs too.