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Stocking Stuffers and more!

Thursday, November 27th, 2014

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Got cold hands or toes when riding this time of year?

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

If you don’t like how hot your ski gloves make your hands when cycling and would like more dexterity when shifting or using your smart phone….Defeet has ya covered!  We use and recommend their new Duragloves($22) with integrated smart phone touch screen capability.  The first two fingers and thumb will keep you connected.  We also received some of their Woolie Boolie wool socks($19).  Wool is a great material that breaths when you are generating a significant amount of body heat and they’ll keep ya warm even when wet.  We have a couple different colors of the gloves and women’s sizes too.  We have some Avenir Windproof Gloves are a great buy at $30.  Toe warmers and hand warmers!  If you ask the pros and people that ride a lot in cold conditions they’ll most likely recommend warmers such as these for when the gloves and socks aren’t cutting it.  These items all make great gift ideas!!

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UVEX Helmets.

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

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SOMA Fabrications.

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

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Steel is real and 27.5 wheels are all the rage!  Quality Tange chromoly tubing and slider dropouts make this bike capable of many things.  We are you local dealer and can build them to spec.

Ritchey Bikes….40 years of Ritchey Logic.

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013



Drawings and finite element analysis are great tools, but we are always eager to prove our new designs in the real world. Starting with fatigue cycle testing, we strive for at least 2x the standard laid out by CEN (the European Committee which determines minimum safety standards for bicycles and components sold in Europe). We apply the same stringent standards to impact testing, meaning that before a proposed design finds its way onto a tester’s bike, it has already been proven structurally and then some. In 2006, we aligned ourselves with a respected German test lab in order to verify our own testing results. This outside authentication keeps us honest and ensures product releases meet the highest standards. Once a product clears machine testing, prototype samples endure rigorous use by both amateur and professional riders alike, including our sponsored athletes around the world. By the time you put it on your bike, it has passed a global testing and approval process second to none.”