In the restaurant business, when the tickets start coming in as everyone gets seated the kitchen gets slammed…both the servers and the gunslingers in the back call it “being in the weeds”. So you sit down at a super busy restaurant and right away the server asks if you would like anything from the bar….of… Read more »
True to ENVE Culture, they asked the question… “How do we use carbon to maximize this part, in this case a road fork?” The engineering answer was to create a fork with no co-molding, bonding, or drilling. Using a proprietary molding process all ENVE road forks are 100% molded carbon fiber from steerer tube to… Read more »
Fresh from the Kona Productions Crew, How Bikes Make Cities Cool – Portland, is a five-minute mini documentary that explores the thriving bicycle culture resident to one of North America’s most progressive metropolises. Filmed entirely by bike, with support from longtime Kona Portland dealer Sellwood Cycles and resident Team Kona athletes Erik Tonkin and Matthew… Read more »
We just had some new Scott Bikes come through the shop, they left very fast though as they look amazing and ride even better! The Speedster S40 is an affordable bike with very nice components. Aluminum frame and carbon fork, Shimano Sora/Tiagra mix, and Continental tires! These photos are courtesy of the actual buyer who… Read more »
Here’s a sick new color option from Demolition. Time for a new look? Here it is!
If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, the ENVE carbon stem wouldn’t be out of place in the Louvre. Beautifully light and amply stiff, it’s the perfect compliment to the ENVE carbon handlebars. Featuring titanium hardware, cold forged alloy face place, and molded-in threads, this stem is a perfect compliment to your mountain… Read more »
It would appear that my filling in duties have taken on an additional aspect at the On Your Left Cycles bicycle superstore. Yep, much like you, I also wonder how my stupid existence brings my being into the talented light of such wonderful human beings, but alas, here we are. Here I sit in my living… Read more »
After 10 months of riding I’m finally getting around to write about my new bike. There is no shortage of buzz out there on Firefly, a new company started by Tyler Evans, Jamie Medrios along with Kevin Wolfson. I previously worked with these guys when they were with IF – these guys know how to build… Read more »
Kona has released a new color option for the Kahuna. In the picture below you can see the new white frame. You still get the same parts spec… Sram 10sp drivetrain, rockshox fork, and avid elixir hydraulic brakes. It is still available in the blue version which you can see here.
The long awaited ENVE seat post is here and does not disappoint. Thanks to its strong one piece molded design, this post is equally at home on technical single track as it is on the asphalt. It features an unbelievable weight and streamlined looks with a single bolt design that may be adjusted with one… Read more »