While most bikes are built with Shimano or SRAM components, Campagnolo is rarely seen. It is not like the others. Some may say it is the absence from the common market that makes that heart grow fonder or perhaps it’s the rich cycling heritage? There will always will be a debate on which brand is… Read more »
Here’s some new handlebars from Fit. The Inman bar is American made with 8.375″ rise x 29″ wide. 11 degree backsweep and one up! Shawn Mcintoshs’ bars feature four degrees of upsweep, which i really like. Eleven degrees back sweep, with a 8.75″ rise x 28.5″ width
We are very proud to announce our new brand that we will be carrying, Scott Bicycles. A long history of product innovation in several sports shows us that this brand will continue to progress year after year. A full range of bikes for beginners to pros are available for men and women in road, mountain,… Read more »
Is your once amazing Fox Float rear shock not feeling as good as it use to? If so, it is time to have it serviced. For a very reasonable price we will replace the oil along with the o-rings and glide rings. That may mean nothing to you, but we guarantee you will notice a… Read more »
Here are some new offerings from the Fiend crew. The seat is simple and clean pivotal with minimal branding. Classic Fat Capital shape with a tough yet grippy, tear-resistant 3-panel cover. The Pivotal patch is the only color accent and is available with a gray, lime green, blood red or purple Fiend logo. Weight:11.5ozs. Fiend’s… Read more »
Kink Pillar cranks have arrived at the shop! I can honestly say they are some of the best cranks I’ve ever seen. They really are proof that lighter and stronger is actually possible with some creative thinking. http://vimeo.com/32337233
Here’s another custom Yeti trail bike we assembled recently. This ride is ready for all the rocky high speed descents you can put in front of it.
We often get asked why we don’t stock frames and the reason is that it’s really hard to have the right size/color in stock. We can always special order any frame you want. Ben Lewis likes a real simple set-up, so he wanted his signature frame from Fit to be basic with no gimmicks. This… Read more »
“These fit like a glove” No really these do have a really good fit unlike most winter gloves where you can’t feel your handlebar. Dakine’s White Knuckle Glove features a stretcheable and windprrof shell. 100g Thinsulate for insulation and Clarino synthetic suede with silicone gripper finger tips to pull that lever when needed.
Here’s a fresh sprocket from the guys at Mutiny, 7075 aluminum makes it a strong ring that should stay straight for a long time. The Ethereal also features 5 bolt holes so you can rotate it to get rid of the dreaded high and low spots in your chain.