2015 Felt Z7

2015 Felt Z7

Felt’s carbon fiber performance road bikes need not be priced out of reach. The new Felt Z7 is an excellent example of how they keep raising the bar, delivering value and make the competition chase them! The Z7’s frame is the same frame used in the 2014 Z3, with the same UHC Performance grade carbon fiber to reduce weight, provide incredible strength and soak up fatiguing vibration. The Z7’s longer wheelbase and taller head tube give the rider stable handling and a more

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2014 Co-Motion Divide

2014 Co-Motion Divide

Looking for a touring bike for any surface you might come across? The Co-Motion Divide can carry you across gravel and singletrack with huge 29’er tires, along with a full compliment of panniers. Handbuilt in Eugene, Oregon, Co-Motion’s two-wheeled creations are hand-assembled, aligned, painted, and finished with decades of experience. Reynolds 725 oversized-diameter cro-moly steel tubing makes up the Divide’s rugged frame, while the fork also features taper-gauge cro-moly

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Urban Bicycles

Oriented towards commuting and demanding city riding, the urban bike is a light, quick and durable bike that can put up with daily, day-to-day riding in traffic. Mounts for racks, fenders and bottle cages are helpful -depending on the errands to be run- and durable wheels and tires can keep you on the road. Aluminum frames are light and corrosion-resistant, but steel bikes have proven to be a favorite for strength and ride quality. Disc brakes are useful due to long service More>>

2012 Giant Trinity Composite 1

Giant has produced a carbon fiber triathlon bicycle that goes to the front in innovation, value and performance. The Trinity 1 utilizes Giant’s Composite technology and engineered aerodynamics for a comfortable bike that will cut through the wind towards your best bike split. Giant’s alloy Connect aero bars, stem, and base bars use industry standard dimensions for ease of adjustability, and the Trinity Vector seatpost has a fore-aft adjustable seat clamp for an upright or

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Trek Mountain Bikes

Riding off pavement puts different requirements on a bicycle. With over two decades of experience building and racing mountain bikes, Trek has been refining their machines for performance, reliability, and overall ease of use in the harshest off-road environments. Trek’s mountain bike line is led by their full-suspension, carbon-framed Top Fuel racing machines. What Trek learned from racing has been used to improve even their most affordable recreational mountain bikes, such More>>

2014 Trek Boone 9 Disc

The sport of cyclocross has ushered in a new era of innovation in bicycle technology, and Trek has put that innovation on display on the new 2014 Trek Boone 9 Disc. Trek began with a new approach to cyclocross geometry by lowering the bottom bracket and shortening the chainstays compared to the usual offerings by competitors. Proven in World Cup races by its aluminum Crockett stablemate, the geometry of the carbon fiber Boone keeps it nimble yet still predictable, especially on

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