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Garmin Edge 530 & 830: Never Ask for Directions Again

The latest in cycling computers from Garmin are back in stock at the shop, just in time for your next Mountain, Gravel or Road adventure. With lighting-fast processors, high-res screens and longer battery life the Edge 530 and 830 will help you get the most out of every ride.

One of our favorite features of the Edge series has always been navigation guidance. The shop’s Saturday shop rides, Tuesday night Ladies Ride and everything in between can be loaded up for turn-by-turn navigation to ensure you’ll never get lost again.

Most units are in stock and ready to go- calling to confirm availability is recommended.

Full spec, details and more can be found here:
Garmin Edge 530
Garmin Edge 830

Questions? Give us a shout at 401.789.8664 or info@westedman.com for more information

Ladies Rides: Tuesdays Evenings, All Summer Long

Welcome to the Tuesday Women’s Rides!

When: Tuesdays evening, all summer long– road ride starts at 5:30 pm
Where: Stedman’s Bike Shop, Wakefield
Who: Ladies with bikes and helmets
What to bring: Road bike, helmet, lights & weather-appropriate clothing

 The Stedman’s Women’s ride was started in 2012 with a small group of South County cyclists, and has in the last five years grown to a large group of women who gather weekly. We want to help women find a fun and welcoming community to ride with and help develop their riding abilities.

The Tuesday night ride is a road ride that starts at 5:30 from Stedman’s shop and heads out towards the Kingston Train Station, which is mile 6. From here, we split into 3 groups based on speed and distance. Three groups with cruising speeds (not average speed!) of 14-16mph, 16-18mph, and 18+ mph will cover between 20-35 miles depending on the week and group. Our goals include improving riding skills within a group, overall confidence on the bike, specific skills such as handling, drafting, and cornering. We also aim to create a happy and fun ladies cycling community! We require a well maintained road bike and a helmet and ask that you are comfortable maintaining 15mph on a flat road when riding alone.

How to get involved:  

Facebook – www.facebook.com/StedmansWomensRide
Instagram – @StedmansWomen

Email with any questions:
For the evening ride, contact Jen @ jenkrueger.ri@gmail.com