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Happy Thanksgiving

Wishing everybody a Happy Thanksgiving!

We are very appreciative of you and your support.

Happy Thanksgiving

Come check out our great deals on Black Friday!!


November is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and Mark Miller is at it again, volunteering his effort and Facial Hair towards raising money! Mark and other athletes have taken on November’s Prostate Cancer awareness campaign!

Let’s keep Mark at the top and make a donation to a great cause!
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Huge Thanks to everyone who has contributed already!


 If you ordered 2 months back please come to Precision BIKES and pick them up.
We did order a few extra pieces for those of you that did not make the deadline.

Those pieces will be posted later on today.
If you would like to order for next round please come by the shop and all money is due at time of order.


Come out for a great cause!

Local triathlete Daniel Allemond was diagnosed with Leukemia this past month.

Corner Bar and Precision Bikes will be hosting a Duathlon!
Anyone who is wanting to participate in the Duathlon, we are putting the fee at $20.

All proceeds will go to Daniel and his family.
There is no sign up prior to the date, show up, and pay with cash or check on the morning of.
Saints game will be on at 12 p.m!MMD


It is Halloween Week!

Precision Bikes is “slashing” $200 off any road or tri bike and $100 off any hybrid or MTB on the Floor!!



all involved in the triathlon, cycling and running community are wishing you a Happy Birthday!

So grateful for who you are and all you do for us.

You definitely have put Lafayette, LA on the map!!

Wishing you a wonderful day!!MMFamily1


Thanks for your patience! Precision Bikes Webmaster’s laptop crashed, as did
All up and running again….


Wishing all athletes safe travels and Godspeed on your race!!



The Netherlands’ Province of Gelderland, will host the Giro d’Italia 2016 start, from 6 to 29 May, organized by RCS Sport / La Gazzetta dello Sport. The 99th edition of the Corsa Rosa will start for the 12th time from outside the Italian borders, it will be the third time from the land of tulips and windmills, following Groeningen in 2002 and Amsterdam in 2010.

1965 San Marino (General Classification winner: Vittorio Adorni); 1966 Monte Carlo – Monaco (Gianni Motta); 1973 Verviers – Belgium (Eddy Merckx); 1974 Vatican City (Eddy Merckx); 1996 Athens – Greece (Pavel Tonkov); 1998 Nice – France (Marco Pantani); 2002 Groeningen – The Netherlands (Paolo Savoldelli); 2006 Seraing – Belgium (Ivan Basso); 2010 Amsterdam – The Netherlands (Ivan Basso); 2012 Herning – Denmark (Ryder Hesjedal); 2014 Belfast – Northern Ireland (Nairo Quintana).

Thanks to the concession of the Union Cycliste Internationale to allow the long transfer from the Netherlands, the Giro will have an extra rest day on Monday 9 May, when the Carovana Rosa will return to Italy straight to the southern part of the country. The stages:

Stage 1, Friday 6 May – The first stage, an 8.1km Individual Time Trial, will go through Apeldoorn, finishing in the city.
Stage 2, Saturday 7 May – 180km stage for the fastest wheels in the peloton, starting from Arnhem and finishing in Nijmegen.
Stage 3, Sunday 8 May – The third stage, which is expected to be a bunch sprint, will start from Nijmegen and end in Arnhem after 190km.
Rest Day, Monday 9 May – Rest day and transfer to Italy.


Need some practice before your big race? Freshjunkie Racing will be in False River for an 800 open water swim!! The open water swim will be supported! Take advantage of this opportunity and meet the great faces behind Freshjunkie Racing!

Freshjunkie Racing's photo.

FREE SUPPORTED SWIM! We are going to set a 800 meter course complete with buoys for you to practice sighting. We will also have plenty of water support out there from 8-9am. Invite your people. Message us if you want to provide additional water support.