Friday, July 25, 2014

New T-Shirt Day

We've got 3 new shirt designs up in the WebStore today – Air Force and Army inspired tees, and a classy new script logo design. This run is limited so get them while you can.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Bold and Simple

Built with slider dropouts and a 44mm head tube, this Steel Planet X is bold and simple. The frame and an ENVE disc fork are both painted Gloss Black with White graphics (including a Black Flag tribute) and just a touch of Turquoise. ENVE's carbon fork clip is painted to match with a custom graphic.

Monday, July 14, 2014

125 Ans

To celebrate Mavic's 125th anniversary we built this Stainless Steel Road bike (SSR). The finish features 3/4 paint in matte black with Gloss yellow "I"s and a brushed stainless rear end. We were given a handsome set of Ksyrium 125 wheels to complete the build.

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Black Gold

Inspired by a John Player Special Lotus, this custom SSR Max frame features a Gloss Black paint job with Gold Metallic painted logos and a brushed drive side chain stay. A matching ENVE 2.0 fork and custom painted components complete the package.

Friday, May 30, 2014

Hint of Lime

Black, White, and a hint of Hot Lime give this gravel grinder an exceptional twist. Complete with a custom Igleheart disc fork, this steel Planet X is ready for anything!

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Platinum Tailed Barracuda

Barracuda Purple and Platinum fade together nicely on this steel Crown Jewel frame. A silver decal set and sterling silver head badge make this color combination even stronger.

Monday, May 12, 2014

Dirty Deeds

This Tuesday (May 13th) will be our first Dirty Deeds Burger Ride of the year! Bring your 'cross bikes and an appetite for dirt as we've planned a solid 30 mile route of paved and unpaved roads including class 6 roads, rail trail, and some great dirt climbs. Be sure to stick around for $5 dollar burgers at the tavern afterwards!

The Dirty Deeds ride rolls out at 5:30pm. It will be at an average of 16pmh to get us home well before dark. (Road bikes are ok for you tough guys and gals, but leave the mountain bikes for the mountains!)