Two Seasons Cycle & Ski
1818 W Irving Park Rd, Hanover Park, IL 60133-3254
630-213-2133   Fax: 630-213-2148
Store Hours: M-F 10-9, Sat 10-5, Sun 11-4
Bicycles, Clothing, Skis, Snowboards & More...


This Week's SPECIALS! Updated 7/27 

In Store Sale Offers On Bikes, Snowboards, Skis & Accessories  At HUGE SAVINGS! Check back often as they change frequently.

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Retirement SALE! Store Closing


Well,.... everything has to end sometime. We are announcing our store closing sale effective NOW. After 25 years of serving the best customers in Chicagoland we are calling it quits. As a result EVERYTHING In The Store (except Inner Tubes) is ON SALE until it's all gone! Shop soon for the best selection. Sale prices are limited to stock on hand. 

Stop by and check out our 7000 sq. ft shop for the gear you need and great prices, too! Remember, everything has to go. Fixtures, Tools, Banners, Display Cases, Ski Tuning Machines, Display's, hooks & hangers and Cash Register/P.O.S. System (Microsoft RMS).

Don't forget about our Snowboard & Ski shop. We expect to bring out the remaining 2015 Ski & Snowboard gear in early August. We'll have great discounts to clear it all out.

 Watch for news about the Ski & Snowboard Show/Expo October 23rd, 24th & 25th, 2015.

How About A Bike To Enjoy This Summer!


  • Newest & Best Bikes, Clothing & Gear to make Bike Riding FUN!
  • Experienced Staff Trained By Manufacturers and In-House to Fit Your Gear.
  • Work with people who actually ride bikes and can help you enjoy the sport.
  • All work done "In-House" by factory trained technicians.
  • Full Service Shop. Tune Ups, Custom Bike Fitting, Basic Service and more...
  • Instant Flat Service. Fixed while you wait.
  • Parts and Accessories for ALL BRANDS of bikes.
  • Easy parking just a few feet from the door. No Malls to negotiate!
  • "Competetive Pricing" on all the gear we sell.
  • Used Bicycle "Trade-In" program.
  • Dr. Robert S. Steinberg, Podiatrist, available for Cycling & Running Shoe Fitting, Alignment & Orthotics by appointment.
  • Best Price Guarantee.* (Details in store)
  • Open Seven Day's. Weeknights 'til 9
  • Need It Quick? Just ask.
  • We stock bikes from TREK, Cannondale, Pure Fix, Haibike, EFlow, IZIP, SUN, Origin8, Haro, Mirraco, Stolen, Premium, Eastern, Fiction & more... (see "Bikes We Carry" above)
  • Local Trail & Riding Information.
  • We help make Summer FUN!
  • Much more...

 Visit Two Seasons soon and we can add to the list for you......


Two Seasons Service & Selection Seven Days A Week

Two Seasons is open every day for your convenience. We're located 1/4-mile West of Barrington Road on the south side of Irving Park Road, just 4 miles south of the I-90/Northwest Tollway exit. (Map) We're near the Elgin-O'Hare expressway, Irving Park Road exit. Our friendly staff can help with your bike and snowsports needs!

The Foot Doctor! Dr. Robert Steinberg

The Foot Doctor! Dr. Robert Steinberg

Problems getting your cycling shoes comfortable? Pain, burning sensations or blisters from your cycling shoes when all you want to do is enjoy the ride? Call Dr. Robert Steinberg for an appointment to resolve your problem. 847-885-8806. On the web @

Our Very own staff foot doctor, Dr. Robert Scott Steinberg “Dr. Bob”

Podiatric Foot & Ankle Surgeon, and ski boot and cycling shoe fitting expert problem solver/certified ski instructor. To consult with Dr. Steinberg, call him at 847-885-8806


Do your ski boot's hurt?  Visit the boot fitting specialists at Two Seasons to solve that problem, once and for all!  Work with our staff or schedule an appointment with Dr. Bob, industry recognized expert, for foot care, boot fitting, alignment and balancing.

Check Out Some Of Our Friends...

Clubs In The Area:

Four Winds Ski Club. Meet's at Real Time Sports Bar & Grill, 1120 W Devon Ave, Elk Grove Village. First Thursday of the month @8pm.

Schaumburg Bicycle Club. Meet at The Schaumburg "Barn"(upstairs) 231 S. Civic Drive, Schaumburg, IL 60193. At 7:00 PM on the fourth Wednesday of the month (excluding Nov. & Dec.)


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TREK Disc Brake/Skewer Recall Information

Trek issues massive recall of quick releases for disc brake bikes; what it means to you (non-Trek bikes may become suspect as well)


A few days ago Trek issued perhaps the largest bicycle recall in history, affecting nearly 1 million bikes with disc brakes. I’m going to attempt to summarize the issue here. But first, here’s a link to a video showing an OK quick release, another that shows the recalled quick release… and why it’s dangerous. And finally, Trek’s official release on the recall.

This affects only bikes with disc brakes. Period. Despite the photos shown in the news, displaying rows of bikes without disc brakes, you do not have an issue if your bike does not have disc brakes.

The recall is for Trek bikes right now, but it may become an industry-wide issue. The quick release style being recalled has been in wide use across nearly all major bike companies. Trek recognized and is dealing with this first, as they became aware of a very serious injury for which research pointed to the quick release design as the cause.

The problem is caused by the quick release rotating backward into the front wheel’s disc, where it can lock in place, causing the front wheel to suddenly stop rotating. This can cause a crash without warning, possibly launching the rider into harm’s way. It’s a serious problem.

The buzz in some of the industry is that this is a user-error situation, where someone has not properly installed the front wheel. In many cases, this is true. If someone does not properly install the front wheel, perhaps by screwing the quick release on instead of flipping the lever, or they simply don’t have enough pressure holding it in place, it will easily fail. But in 2003 it was shown that front quick releases on disc brake bikes can loosen on their own.  The industry fixed a potentially-serious wheel-ejection issue by making it nearly impossible for the wheel to leave the fork, even if the quick release loosened. This keeps the wheel in place, but it doesn’t keep the quick release from opening and flipping downward.

It would appear that simply moving the quick release lever from the disc-side of the wheel to the other side would eliminate the “lock & launch” problem, but this is not a reliable solution because the mechanism is not keyed and can easily be installed either way. But if you have a non-Trek bicycle and the quick release can rotate backward enough to go into the rotor, having the lever side of the quick release opposite the disc is better than nothing. The problem is that anyone, at anytime, could reinstall it differently.

You should also pay attention to the adjustment of your quick release much more often, since the evidence is clear that they can loosen over time. Yours might not have yet, but it could. Next time you’re in a shop, have them show you what proper tension on the lever is.

Replacing the quick release is super-easy. A couple of minutes and you’re done. Replacing broken bikes and healing from accidents is not so easy. Please take this recall seriously.

This information Compiled & Created by, Mike Jacoubowsky, Partner, Chain Reaction Bicycles, CA.