This was the 10,000th photo I’ve taken with my camera and it’s ironic being of the 2009 Photography Annual by Rouleur. Be sure to crack this one open next time your in the shop to see photos from the world’s largest races such as the Paris-Roubaix to the Tour de France and the Giro d’Italia.
It’s hard to think about not being able to go to a store and get that hard to find CD you’ve been wanting. Louisville’s famous Ear x Tacy needs a little support to get through tough times and the age of digital music. We can remember the first time we stepped foot inside the huge… Read more »
SNEAK PEAK: Here’s an Ellsworth rainforest green Truth that will be completely built up in the following week. Keep an eye out on the site for the finished product.
What a good friend this guy is toting his buddy through the east coast snow storm…
SRAM/Truvativ compatible bottom brackets from Chris King have finally arrived here at the shop. You can now upgrade your sram/truvativ crank set to a new Chris King bottom bracket for the smoothest pedaling possible. The Chris King BB delivers every benefit you’ve come to expect from King and in the wide array of colors only… Read more »
In life there are always choices and the same is true in cycling. The myriad of colors, steel or carbon or Ti or Aluminum, and the conversation (and cost). Whispers of Sram, Shimano, or Campagnolo. Then the question is asked and then it all hits the fan. For as many people that are out there… Read more »
I was very excited when these bars showed up today as I might try a pair out for myself. A slim cross bar and multi buted tubing keep this bar light at 24oz. They’re pretty tall at 8.25″ and 29″ wide, they also have 4 degrees of upsweep which I love. Handlebars with just one… Read more »
Drew and a crew of guys got back from the show last night, lots of cool stuff up in Indianapolis. Check out the goods… Sacha White’s Vanilla Road bike, Edge wheels were pretty common among the handcrafted bikes. Macaframa’s Colby Elrick had his custom built track bike on display from Hufnagel. Check out the 1-piece… Read more »
FEBRUARY 27th, 2009 Here’s Shimano’s XT “Shadow” derailleur, a low profile makes it less prone to being snagged by a ride ending rock or branch. It is also shifts a lot smoother and doesn’t make as much noise.