Today Friday December 23rd we are 9-6 . We will be open 9-12 on christmas eve. If you have a bike to pick or any questions on last minute gift ideas please give us a call( 502-749-6775) or send us an e-mail.
A family member of mine brought a foreign exchange student from Germany into the shop today to check it out. His father works at Mavic and he was pretty alarmed at the excessive amount of automobiles on the road in the states. It was very interesting to get his perspective involving our reliance on the… Read more »
This is a remix of a bunch of the clips that were in Shitty’s recent bike check along with some leftovers. Straight hammers.
Take a look at the 2012 Kona Big Kahuna! New superlight Scandium 6069 tubing and a stiff 142×12 rear axle will let you take on everything from technical singletrack to speedy XC racecourses. Light but durable, fast but fairly priced, the Big Kahuna is years of a deep-seated commitment to racing and testing 29er bikes…. Read more »
For riders using a tubeless tire system with sealant such as Stans you need to add more sealant every 2-4 months. Make sure you get these “stans balls” out of your tire and refill with new stans, we have plenty in stock if you need some and we can do it for you if you… Read more »
We received the new Fit pegs today. They are available in two lengths – 100mm and 112mm. Thicker base and ends prolong the life of the peg. Five anti-spin holes keep your peg from rotating too and they even come with wax all for the low price of 17$ per peg!
New grips came in today from Cult. The Dakota Roche grip is made in the usa by ODI, which means they’re soft and will last long!
Suspension mountain bike forks are coming with the tapered 1.5″ steerer tube for a stiffer front end. Here’s Chris King’s fix for the rider with a standard 44mm internal(zero stack) head tube that you find on majority of frames. This headset will allow you to use a 1.5″ fork on your 44mm frame!
We just received the new Chase Dehart tires from Cult. They seem to be really well thought out, thicker edges on the side to protect during grinds and a smooth tread to roll fast!
Here’s a very informative video from KYMBA detailing their plans for future trails. It’s very exciting to see such strong momentum along with more and more volunteer work from the local mountain bike crew. Looks like Louisville will be an even better city to ride a mountain bike in the next few years.