Arizona Sliding Door

Arizona Sliding Door have serviced thousands of residential customers with sliding glass and door repair in and around Arizona. Their specialty is reconditioning and repairing sliding glass doors. They carry a wide variety of rollers, locks, handles, rail caps and weather stripping and any other possible items needed to repair to sliding glass doors.
Their service is completely mobile which allows them to come to you at your convenience. They fully stock all mobile service trucks with the proper equipment to get the job done quickly and correctly the first time. As a family owned and operated business they take great pride in treating your home or commercial building like was their own.
Arizona Sliding Door is a locally owned and operated business with a office in Chandler Arizona. As their name implies they are the sliding door professionals that service the entire great state of Arizona. With no extra charges regardless of your location.

Arizona Sliding Door can do this because of their extensive service fleet that covers Arizona every day. They take great pride in their reputation while maintaining a huge referral network of companies that believe in their honest and high quality standards.
Arizona Sliding Door mission is to run the very best business possible, with the highest ethical and quality standards. Arizona Sliding Door will show up when they say they are going to show up and with no hidden charges.
If the sliding glass doors in your home are more than a few years old, you might notice that they are becoming harder to slide open. The reason is because the doors are heavier due to the dual pane glass, but many of the aluminum units even with single pane glass did not use quality steel rollers when they were first installed. So, in many cases, the rollers get rusty from moisture and they start to bind or completely freeze up. Replacement of sliding glass door rollers is quick and relatively inexpensive compared to complete door replacement.
This is the second most common problem that people need Arizona Sliding Door for. Handles and locks for sliding doors can be surprisingly complicated and it takes an expert to make sure it's done right and the door is secure. Arizona Sliding Door carry all current manufacturers handles as well as many obsolete and hard to find andles we bought 10 years ago

If you have a pool and there are ever small children over to your home, this is almost a must-have item for your sliding door. In fact, if there is no gate or barrier around the pool, this is a code requirement in most cities that needs to be met in order to sell the home. Arizona Sliding Door have an exclusive system that automatically closes your sliding glass door and self-locks. This is in order to keep children from getting out the door and possibly falling into the pool. This is one of Arizona Sliding Door specialties and they are widely considered to be the best company to do this, even by their competitors.

Arizona Sliding Door invite you to call them today and talk to one of their extremely knowledgeable staff members. You will be convinced that they are just the company to take care of your door problem.

Arizona Sliding Door is a licensed and insured.
3400 N Alma School Road, #2072,
Chandler, AZ 85224
1 480.540.2654


 The POV.HD records stunning 1920 x 1080p and 1280 x 720p high def. footage that will show every heart-pounding moment in breath-taking detail. So, go ahead and watch it on your HDTV without worry - you'll feel just like you're there! 
The POV.HD camera uses a 0.7m-inifinity fixed focus lens that boasts 142°, 120°, and 95° fields of view for all encompassing video. The lens also captures digital stills, allowing you to keep your recording needs to a minimum; VIO knows you don't want to be weighed down when you're out doing your thing. No matter what you record though, every minute of video and every still image will store directly to SD/SDHC memory cards up to 32GB.
 The POV.HD features in-camera editing, exposure control, and 4 different recording methods. Tag scenes using the wireless remote, improve color and exposure metering with a touch, and a select from Clip, Loop, Loop and forward, and still image mode.
In addition to providing you with full HD video, a stellar lens, and in-camera controls and editing options, the POV.HD is one tough cookie. The camera boasts a shock proof, water proof, and dust proof design. That means: underwater up to 3.3' is no problem - In a dusty local? No worries! A little drop? No biggie!
What's more, the POV.HD isn't complicated. Everything from shooting to power is kept as simple as possible so you can focus on your main objective - whether that be jumping out of a plane, careening down a stretch of single track, or kayaking miles of shore line. Just 4 'AA' batteries power the system for hours of shooting enjoyment. Modular mounting options makes it easy to attach the camera wherever you need it for the best angle possible, while the included wireless remote puts the power at your fingertips - for quick, easy control of the camera.
1920 x 1080p/30fps Video
0.7m-Infinity Lens
142°/120°/95° Field of View
SD/SDHC Memory Card Slot
1/2.7" HD CMOS Sensor
2" LCD Display on Recording Unit
Still Image Capture
Rugged Design: Shock/Water/Dust Proof
Wireless Remote Control
Built-In Editing Software

Turtle Shell

Bluetooth Speaker 
The second unit, the Turtle Shell Boombox from Outdoor Technology, is a water-resistant speaker with a neat shape. It’s about the same size as the Braven and similarly easy to use, though its audio is less powerful
 The Turtle Shell wirelessly connects with your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or any other Bluetooth-enabled device. It streams crystal clear audio for a range of up to 30 feet for 9 hours on a single battery charge. That means you have to be within thirty feet of the party and the party has to last 9 hours or less.
Rugged, dust-proof, shock-proof, and highly water-resistant.
Designed and built with the outdoorsman in mind, the Turtle Shell comes equipped with the features necessary to keep the music playing wherever your road may lead. Drop it, play hot potato with it, skip down your favorite dusty country path with it, you name it; the Turtle Shell will handle it all, with its rubber-coated shell keeping out the dust and absorbing substantial impacts. Its water-resistance rating means it will withstand any amount of water short of submersion, so the occasional rain shower or splash of water will do no harm.
  • Two speakers and passive bass radiator provide 96 decibels of clear sound, wirelessly
  • Connect to any Bluetooth-enabled device with easy one-touch pairing
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • IP65 dust-proof and water-resistant. We tested it, it passed.
  • Built-in microphone, because you've got a lot to say
  • External controls allow you to adjust volume, change tracks, play/pause Harry Potter on Tape and answer calls
  • Rugged, minimal design
  • Standard camera threading for multiple mounting options
  • 3.5mm audio-in port in case you are still rocking a Walkman
  • Reconnects automatically to previously paired device
  • Play Time: 9-10 hours
  • Standby Time: 700 hours
  • Bluetooth Profiles: A2DP for high quality stereo sound streaming & AVCRP to control track and volume remotely
  • Wireless Range: up to 30 feet
  • Size: 5.6" X 3.9" X 2.1". Fits in the palm of your hand. Maybe both hands, if you are a small child.
  • Weight: .7 Pounds
  • Includes: AC adapter, USB charging cable, carry pouch, and instruction manual


    SOLOSHOT automatically rotates to keep your camera pointed at you, from a distance, with NO camera operator.  Set up your SOLOSHOT tripod, attach your camera, and film all your outdoor exploits:
    SOLOSHOT works by keeping your camera pointed at an armband you wear while you are having fun.  With SOLOSHOT doing the filming, you can re-live and share great moments, waves, jumps and tricks.  Pass the transmitter to your friend for a bit and they can get some footage too. The best part?
    No one has to stand on the side of the action holding a camera all day!
    Tracks at distances up to 2000 feet (half a kilometer).
       -The maximum pan speed is over 40 degrees per second.
       -The fastest object tested so far was a race car going 143 mph. 
       -Batteries last 5+ hours.
       -A super bright tracking LED lets you know SOLOSHOT is pointing at you. 
       -A security feature gives you an access point to lock your camera to the Base, and the tripod can be locked to stationary objects (the same as you would lock up a bicycle). 
       -The pairing process allows multiple people to each use their own SOLOSHOT near each other.  Each Base will only follow the transmitter that it is paired to. 
    Base, transmitter, 5' collapsable tripod, travel bag, armband, 100-240V wall charger (US socket) and armband float.

    SPOT Satellite Phone

    The SPOT Global Phone allows you to communicate with family, friends, work and emergency services from virtually anywhere in the world. SPOT Global Phone is the ultimate easy to use, lightweight handheld satellite phone, boasting superior voice quality and the fastest data speeds in mobile satellite industry today.
    In the event of a life threatening or other critical emergency, simply dial 9-1-1. The call is routed directly to GEOS International Emergency Response Center. GEOS notifies the appropriate emergency responders to your situation. Responders may include local police, highway patrol, the Coast Guard, your country's embassy or consulate, other emergency response centers, or search and rescue teams
    Don't miss an important connection when you are unavailable, access your voicemail when you're off the grid.
    Use the optional data kit to connect your SPOT Global Phone to your computer to check and respond to emails when you're off the grid. 
    Your SPOT Global Phone can receive 35-character text messages from friends and family back home.
    5.3" (13.5 cm)
    2.2" (5.6 cm)
    1.5" (3.8 cm)
    7.1 oz (201g)
    Operating Temp:
    -20°C to 55°C
    (-4 to 140°F)
    Storage Temperature:
    -40 to 85°C
    (-40 to 185°F)
    Today's smartphones provide a level of social connection far beyond what we imagined just a few years ago. But when you go beyond the reach of the grid, your smartphone needs the help of SPOT Connect to keep you in touch with friends, family, and emergency personnel. Simply pair your smartphone with SPOT Connect, and get connected to a global satellite network that lets you send messages and GPS coordinates from virtually anywhere on the planet. Update Twitter and Facebook. Send email and text messages. Request non-emergency help from professional service providers. And in the case of a critical emergency, send an SOS message requesting emergency assistance.
    3" x 2.6" x 1.2"
    (7.6 cm x 6.6 cm x 3.2 cm)
    4.9 oz (w/ batteries)
    Operating Environment:
    • Operating temperatures: -13°F to +140°F
    (-25°C to +60°C)
    • Altitude: -328 ft to 21,325 ft
    (-100 m to +6500 m)
    • IPX7 Waterproof: Up to a depth of 1 meter
    for up to 30 minutes
    •Bluetooth range ~30 feet
    Satellite Technology:
    • GPS accuracy: 32.8 ft (10 m) location accuracy
    • Commercial satellites (LEO):
    1610-1620 MHz L-band frequency
    • Visibility: 1 to 4 at any one time
    • Multiple satellite constellation for fast signal detection
    • Apple iOS:
    Made for iPod touch® (2nd, 3rd and 4th generation), iPhone® 4S, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G*

    Platform 2.0 or later*
    The SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger provides a vital line of communication with friends and family when you want it, and emergency assistance when you need it. Using 100% satellite technology, SPOT works virtually anywhere in the world, even where cell phones don’t – all with the push of a button.

     3.7" (9.4 cm)
     2.6" (6.6 cm)
     1" (2.5 cm)
     5.2 oz (147.4g)
    Operating Temp:
     -30C to 60C
    (-22F to 140F)
    Operating Altitude:
     -100m to +6,500m
    (-328ft to +21,320ft)
    Humidity Rated:
    Method 507.3,
    95% to 100% cond.
    Vibration Rated:
     Per SAE J1455

    including virtually all of the continental United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe and Australia, portions of South America, Northern Africa, and North-Eastern Asia and hundreds or thousands of miles offshore of these areas. In Russia, the GPS accuracy of your SPOT is limited (degraded) in accordance with Russian regulations restricting the accuracy of GPS performance for devices utilized in Russia.

    Air Attack

    For a hyper-efficient ride
     first Air Attack was a revelation in styling and performance for all types of riding. Inspired by the original, the new Air Attack Shield delivers a dose of free speed. Its compact, lightweight and super-aerodynamic design slices through air to deliver a hyper-efficient ride. Features a magnetically fastened eye shield for wraparound eye protection that’s easy to remove during pre-race or warm-up. With an enhanced airflow design and the all-new Roc Loc Air system, this helmet is the new benchmark in performance.
    Optical shield w/ magnetic attachment (Gray/Silver Flash included. Clear/Silver Flash available), Wind tunnel aided design, Removable X-Static comfort padding, Featherweight webbing with Slim line buckle.
     6 vents, internal channeling


    Personal Water Filter

    LifeStraw is a water filter designed to be used by one person to filter water so that they may safely drink it. It filters a maximum of 1000 litres of water, enough for one person for one year. It removes 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria and 99.9% of parasites.

    The LifeStraw Family, a larger unit designed for family use, also filters out 99.99% of viruses.

    LifeStraw includes LifeStraw and LifeStraw Family, which are complementary point-of-use water filters designed by the Swiss-based Vestergaard Frandsen for people living in developing nations and for distribution in humanitarian crisis. LifeStraw Family filters a maximum of 18,000 liters of water, providing safe drinking water for a family of five for up to three years.

     The LifeStraw is a plastic tube 310 millimeters long and 30 millimeters in diameter. Water that is drawn up through the straw first passes through hollow fibers that filter water particles down to 0.2 microns across, using only physical filtration methods and no chemicals. The entire process is powered by suction, similar to using a conventional drinking straw, and filters up to 1000 liters of water. While the initial model of the filter did not remove Giardia lamblia, LifeStraw removes a minimum of 99.9% of waterborne protozoan parasites including giardia and cryptosporidium.
    LifeStraw has been generally praised for its effective and instant method of bacteria and protozoa removal and consumer acceptability. Paul Hetherington, of the charity WaterAid, has criticized the LifeStraw for being too expensive for the target market. He also points to other important problems linked with accessing the water in developing countries, which wait to be solved, but are not addressed by the device itself.
    Although LifeStraw is available for retail sale in the developing world, the majority of LifeStraw are distributed as part of public health campaigns or in response to complex emergencies by NGOs and organizations that give them away for free in the developing world.
    LifeStraw has been praised in the international media and won several awards including the 2008 Saatchi & Saatchi Award for World Changing Ideas, the ‘INDEX: 2005’ International Design Award and "Best Invention of 2005" by Time Magazine.

    Stolen Bike Registry

    Phoenix Arizona Stolen Bike Registry

    Norma Patterson
    2009 white/silver with black printing Scott Sportster P5 Serial No. TY804309... was stolen from the bike rack today at The Club for Women located at 40th St. & Thunderbird today. The thief clipped the cable and left it and the lock on the sidewalk. If anyone should see it either trying to be sold or serviced, It has a wider gel seat and a Sigma odometer. I have biked to this area for many years, so it is really disappointing.

    A free registry for stolen bikes, run by people who love their bikes.

    MBAA racing

    Racers Enjoy Early Season Vibe
    Todd Wells (Specialized), along with other well-known North American pros, headed down to Fort Hauchucha in Arizona yesterday to race in "The Foray at the Fort". As expected, Wells put on quite a show for the crowd by racing with the intensity he normally reserves for World Cups.

    "I have to get used to suffering again and that was a great race and venue to do it at," he said after winning.

    The race at Fort Hauchuca took place where the tall grassy plains met the snow-capped mountains at an elevation of 5,000 ft. Riders were challenged with steep climbs and descents along with changing course conditions. Early in the day, the ground was wet due to snow earlier in the week, but later the sun dried the course making some of the climbs more difficult on the small pea stones. The pro men raced five five-mile laps while the women raced four laps.

    TJ Woodruff (Momentum Endurance) finished second, 9:21 behind Wells. He had raced in the 24 Hours of Old Pueblo last weekend and was obviously still recovering.

    First-time pro Ryan Petry finished in second place. Petry said after the race, "I had the unique opportunity to race Todd Wells, a mountain bike national champion and 2012 Olympian. Not whom I was expecting to face in my first pro race, but it really pushed me to work hard to get on the podium!"

    Krista Park (Cannondale-NoTubes) opted to race with the singlespeed men to get a better workout. "It's great to be a girl," said Park, "lots of categories to choose from for MBAA's race. Think I'll sleep in then race the open men's singlespeed class at noon. More laps than the girls' race, and it'll be warmer." She finished fourth but found that her gearing was not ideal. "Five laps of ups and downs, I geared right for the steep rocky bits, but was way spun out in other sections. Singlespeed open raced at the same time as Cat. 1, I would get blown away by geared riders, then take half a lap to catch them back and pass just to do it again the next lap. Gears are faster (on this course) but singlespeed is more fun!"
    Beth Utley (Oro Valey Bicycles) won the elite women's race in a time of 1:54:56. She was locked in a battle with Jaime Brede (Honey Stinger/Bontrager) for much of the race. Brede had to settle for second place. Kata Skaggs (Adventure Bike Company) finished third.
    Many of the top mountain bikers in the country choose Tucson, Arizon for their winter training.
    Tucson enjoys 350 days of sunshine a year, has a vibrant racing community, and the MBAA (Mountain Biking Association of Arizona) offers early season racing in the Arizona State Championship Series. Trek Factory teammates Sam Schultz and Russell Finsterwald, Chloe Woodruff (Crank Brothers), and TJ Woodruff (Momentum Endurance) are among those who make Tucson their winter base.
    Arizona racers will get to race another round, number four, of the MBAA series
    in Estrella on March 9.

    Yuma Air Show

    MARCH 9, 2013

    Bike Grill

     Fire up this portable grill on the back of your bicycle.
     The "Backbrat" is the ambrosial invention of Mathias Hintermann, a Los Angeles-area product designer who grew up in the fertile cervelat fields of Switzerland. One day Hintermann was considering two facets of modern urban culture more and more young people are cycling in groups, and groups sure do love outdoor grilling.

    Backbrat is durable enough to handle high heats, the weight stays low thanks to a design employing silicone, fiberglass and a polyurethane insulator. The grill pan, meanwhile, is big enough to accommodate a sausage party of bratwursts, thuringers and frankfurters
    Hintermann conceived of a convenient locking system
    that keeps the grill from flying off your bike. 

    Airless Tires

    The Future of Bicycle Technology
    ERW-Energy Return Wheel a new system has been developed to eliminate the need of air in bike tires, while still preventing the common occurrence of punctures, tube replacements, even pressure checks. the 'energy return wheel' concept by colorado-based designer brian russell demonstrates the possibilities of advanced wheel technologies.

    Instead of air, it uses rubber stretched over a series of carbon nano tube reinforced composite rods to provide its cushioning. these rods can be adjusted, changing the tension of the rubber to suit different types of terrain,

    Improves flexing and recoil cycling. with the intention of reducing weight, a 29er wheel made from carbon fiber is incorporated. further improvements include the possibilities of implementing a thin sidewall to keep mud and trail debris out for a more consistent ride.


    Spur Cross Cycles

    Bike Rentals
    Is a bike rental company located in the heart of Cave Creek, ArizonaSpur Cross Cycles serve the cycling communities of Cave Creek, Carefree, Scottsdale, North Phoenix and Anthem. Spur Cross Cycles rents Kona Africa 3, Townie's, Kona Zng road and Kona Kahuna mountain bicycles at half and full-day rates with discounts for longer rental periods.
    They are conveniently located that you can ride right from their shop.
    Every bike Spur Cross Cycles  rents comes with a quality Giro helmet included. 
    Spur Cross Cycles bikes are expertly maintained and checked over every time they leave their shop by a qualified mechanic.
     Spur Cross Cycles
    6061 E Cave Creek Road
    Cave Creek, AZ 85331
    Phone: 480-256-2453