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Co-Motion Primera S&S
$5,585.00
Color: Green/Black Size: Medium The Primera from Co-Motion is a classic road tandem, offering a comfortable ride, stable handling and excellent performance. Our in-stock example features S&S couplers that allow the tandem to be disassembled for easy packing and transport. Handbuilt in Eugene, Oregon, the Primera is ready for long tours, short club rides and everything in between. Built with tandem-specific butted chromoly steel tubing, the Primera will handle and corner with confidence. Rack and fender mounts, plus bottle cage mounts galore ensure that long trips are part of the Primera's original design. There's even a pump peg for a full-length pump behind the head tube (remember those?). An alloy fork is mounted in the oversized 44mm head tube, adding an extra dash of handling precision. The aforementioned S&S couplers do not affect the torsional strength of the Primera's frame. If anything, they're actually the strongest part of the frame. Shimano's 11-speed 105 components are found throughout the Primera's drivetrain, including the dual-control levers and the derailleurs. An alloy Co-Motion 50/34T crankset and 11-34T Shimano cassette boast a wide gearing range for tackling hilly terrain. Stopping power is equally impressive, with 200mm disc brakes being clamped by Avid's BB7 cable-operated brakes. 40-spoke hubs are laced to Alex ATD 490 alloy rims, bringing a durable wheelset to the Primera. Continental's Ultrasport II 700x28c tires bring easy speed and tenacious grip to every mile. An alloy FSA Omega compact handlebar and FSA Gossamer stem is found up front for the captain. An alloy Co-Motion stoker bar and adjustable alloy Co-Motion stoker stem makes finding a comfortable fit for the back-seater easy. Selle Italia supplies the X1 saddle for the captain, while the stoker gets an X3 Lady saddle. This example comes with an S&S spanner wrench at no additional cost. The Co-Motion Primera is available in Small, Medium and Large. Custom geometry can be requested. A wide array of custom paint schemes can be ordered, as well as useful options to make the Primera uniquely your own. Please call for details.
Co-Motion Java
$5,395.00
Color: Green Size: Large Co-Motion has listened to their riders faithfully over the years, introducing tandems that suit the terrain that riders enjoy. The Java is an excellent example of that, allowing tandem couples to explore off road as well as on. The Java is an off-road touring tandem, with room for 29'er tires up to 2.0" wide. A long wheelbase and stable geometry brings confidence when plowing through gravel and singletrack. Handbuilt with butted chro-moly steel, the frame is strong enough for loaded touring with powerful riders aboard. An oversized 44mm head tube anchors the fork, improving handling and braking, especially at high speeds. Thru-axles front and rear ensure perfect hub and brake rotor alignment. The Java's rack and fender mounts -along with 4 bottle mounts- ensure you don't leave anything behind on long trips! Co-Motion installs Shimano Ultegra 11-speed shifting components at the Java's drivetrain, with the front derailleur. The long-cage rear derailleur is a XTR mountain bike unit, ensuring durability. An alloy 53/39/30T triple crankset and 11-34T Shimano XT cassette adds a less-than-1-to-1 ratio for fearsome inclines when loaded down with touring bags. Reliable wheels are important to every tandem, and Co-Motion didn't scrimp on the Java's setup. Handbuilt 40-spoke alloy Velocity Cliffhanger 29er rims are laced to precisiton-built DT Swiss 540 hubs, making the Java more than ready for singletrack. Treaded Panaracer Pasela 700x38" tires come stock, and boast bags of grip on unpaved surfaces. The Java's brakes are well engineered for high speeds in every environment, with cable-operated Avid BB7 Road disc brakes coupled with meaty 200mm rotors. For the Java's "furniture", Co-Motion chose FSA's alloy Omega compact road handlebar for the captain, and an alloy Co-Motion stoker bar for the back-seater. An alloy FSA Gossamer stem up front and an adjustable Co-Motion stoker stem makes a comfortable fit easy. Selle Italia's XR Flow saddles soak up impacts well on rough and choppy surfaces. The Co-Motion Java is available in Small, Medium and Large. Custom colors, geometry and component choices are also available, including a Rohloff internal shifting rear hub, or Pinion P1.18 internal gearbox, both with carbon Gates drive belts replacing the chain. Please call for details.
Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE
$5,150.00
An evolved race bike ready for the rough and tumble of grass crits, mud ruts, or open gravel tracks. Where it thrives Paths less taken, open gravel tracks, high-speed off-road pursuits. What it's built for Shaving off seconds, stability in the rough, wicked tire clearance. Highlights - Light, durable, fast carbon frameset with big tire clearance - SRAM Rival AXS wireless electronic group / Rival hydro disc brakes - DT Swiss CR-1600 Spline wheels with 40c tires / HollowGram KNØT carbon seatpost
Trek Supercaliber 9.7
$5,030.00

We at Machinery Row have become somewhat jaded when it comes to new bikes, but this one shook us out of our doldrums. The new Supercaliber 9.7 from Trek might be their best off-road racer in years. It handles like a dream, is oh-so smooth over the rough stuff, and is absurdly, stupifyingly light. Run the tires tubeless, and it might get below 25 pounds depending on frame size.

And that's not even the best part.

It's World Cup ready, straight out of the box. It can tackle torturous ascents, technical singletrack and twisty courses with the best racing machines on the planet. There aren't many mountain bikes that can say that. Trek's own OCLV Mountain carbon fiber is used throughout the frame, bestowing incredibly light weight and a supremely strong chassis on the Supercaliber. A tapered head tube and press-fit bottom bracket add torsional strength for precision handling. The oversized Straight Shot downtube is another weight-reducing element, adding to the Supercaliber's climbing chops, especially when out of the saddle.

A starring feature of the Supercaliber 9.7 is the integrated IsoStrut rear suspension that boasts 60mm of travel. By changing the rear triangle's carbon fiber "recipe", Trek was able to eliminate the rearmost pivot normally found on a mountain bike's rear suspension. The seat stays of the rear triangle flex just enough to soak up choppy singletrack, improving control and allowing the rider to stay fresher on challenging terrrain. The air-adjustable Fox Performance shock offers a very smooth feel, has adjustable rebound and even has a remote lockout lever. Cool, huh? Pivots above the bottom bracket, a 12mm rear thru-axle, and a stout anchor bolt at the shock prevent power-robbing torsional and lateral flex. Up front, an air-adjustable Reba RL suspension fork brings 100mm of travel to the party. A Motion Control damper and bar-mounted remote lockout lever lets the rider customize the shock's feel in the heat of battle. A 15mm thru-axle fork dropout and boost110 hub spacing add an extra dash of handling precision.

All that is a pretty hard act to follow! But Trek was very particular about what to equip the Supercaliber 9.7 with. Shimano's 12-speed SLX shifter and XT long-cage rear derailleur are up to the job, adding lightning-quick shifting and long service life to the bike. An alloy E*thirteen Helix crankset with a direct-mount 32T chainring does power delivery duties with surprising lightness. A massive 10-51T Shimano SLX cassette brings a 510% gearing range to roller-coaster race courses and challenging terrain. Rolling stock consists of Bontrager's tubeless-ready Kovee Elite 30 wheels. Constructed of OCLV Pro carbon fiber, they weigh about 1700 grams (!!) and have a 29mm inner rim dimension. Wider rims offer better tire support for a better "footprint" on crumbly surfaces. Cross-country rubber consists of tubeless-ready 29x2.20" Bontrager XR2 Team Issue tires. Stopping power is found at the Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, bringing excellent lever feedback and effective stopping power to the Supercaliber in all conditions, wet or dry. A Bontrager P3 Verse Elite saddle, Comp alloy seatpost, Elite 35 Knock Block stem and alloy Kovee Elite handlebar complete this World-beating rocketship.

Trek Emonda SL 6 eTap
$4,930.00

This might be the best entry level to a carbon fiber road machine with electronic shifting. Trek's Emonda SL 6 eTap shares the same Kammtail Virtual Foil (or KVF) aero frame shape as its big brother SLR version. This feature alone will save you a minute over 25 miles compared to the previous Emonda SL version. But the reason Trek built the Emonda is all about lightness...

With a sub-19 pound build, the Emonda SL 6 eTap will make every hill just a bit easier to tackle. Trek's 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber is a proven material to build outstanding performance road bicycles. A rock-solid T47 bottom bracket ensures no energy is wasted with every pedal stroke; perfect for attacking steep inclines and sprinting away from the peloton. Internal brake hosing and a chainstay aperture for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) keeps the Emonda SL 6 looking clean and sleek.

SRAM's wireless Rival eTap AXS component group lowers the threshold for every rider looking for lightning-quick shifting, precise operation and a wide gearing range.

Emonda SL 6 Disc has all the advantages of an ultralight carbon road bike, with the added benefit of aero tube shaping that will make you faster on flats and up climbs, too. An ultra-smart and smooth SRAM Rival AXS wireless electronic drivetrain, lightweight carbon wheels, and an included power meter make this bike a great choice for fast roadies who want every performance advantage. It's right for you if... You're no stranger to long, fast rides and you're looking for an ultralight, aerodynamic bike with race-ready parts. You also want the incredible speed, precision, and clean looks of SRAM's newest wireless electronic drivetrain. The tech you get A lightweight and aerodynamic 500 Series OCLV Carbon frame and fork, a SRAM Rival eTap AXS 2x12 wireless electronic drivetrain, Rival AXS power meter, and Aeolus Elite 35 tubeless ready carbon wheels. The final word Yes, you can have it all: a super lightweight, aero frame for more speed on any terrain, exceptional handling characteristics, and an advanced wireless electronic drivetrain for lightning-fast shifts (even under load) and less maintenance. All without the sticker shock! Why you'll love it - Aerodynamic tube shaping makes this our fastest Emonda SL platform ever—on flats and climbs alike - The SRAM Rival eTap AXS wireless drivetrain won't leave a hole in your wallet, and you can fully customize your shift logic using the AXS app - The 12-speed cassette lets you be more precise about your cadence - Comes with a SRAM Rival AXS power meter for more effective training rides from the start
Trek Domane SLR 6 Disc
$4,800.00 $6,300.00 24% Off

For Trek Bicycles, bringing a new road bike to the world requires the tireless efforts of engineers and designers in Waterloo, Wisconsin. When prototypes are completed, the bikes are handed to Trek's Pro Team: Trek-Segafredo. These talented riders aren't just professional pedal-pushers. They provide detailed feedback to Trek's engineering staff for improvements or to rave about a new bike's success.

Trek starts building the frame of the Domane SLR with their proprietary OCLV 600 Series carbon fiber for frame and fork construction. This material is a "recipe" of different carbon fiber materials strategically placed to add strength where needed, and add compliance in the right places for improved rider comfort. Shaping that carbon fiber allows the Domane SLR to be incredibly effective at delivering power from the crankset to the rear wheel without energy-robbing flex in the frame. Where the Domane SLR excels is in the frame's compliance over rough pavement and cobblestones. Featuring the same IsoSpeed Decoupler found on the first-gen Domane, the Domane SLR boasts a new twist for better ride quality for a wider range of riders: Adjustability. The new Domane SLR features a slider at the back of the seat tube that can be adjusted in the field using a simple torque wench. By moving the slider up or down, the seatmast becomes more or less flexible. Whether soaking up rough and choppy pavement, or just making a railway crossing less harsh, the Domane SLR can be the smoothest bike on the road. In fact, the Domane SLR can be made more compliant than the original Domane 6-series by 14%. When moving the slider up to the top of the limit, the rear of the bike can be made stiffer, allowing better road feel during sweeping descents and turns on more civilized tarmac. The Domane SLR's fork has also gone through a revolution with front IsoSpeed. By adding a decoupler hidden at the top of the fork's steerer tube, the Domane SLR has 10% greater compliance than the previous version (which was pretty comfy to begin with), keeping the rider's hands, arms and shoulders more comfortable. A comfortable rider is also less likely to make mistakes when judging speed and traffic after hours in the saddle. The Domane SLR's BB90 bottom bracket offers a super-stiff anchor for the bike's crankset, returning every watt of power that the rider puts into it. A tapered head tube also adds precision to the bike's handling in high-speed turns and under hard braking. The Domane SLR 6 Disc sees flat-mount disc brake installation that reduces lateral flex in the caliper, improving brake lever feel and brake pad life. 12mm thru-axles not only simplify wheel installation with disc brakes, but also improve the frame's lateral rigidity for better power transfer.

Making the Domane SLR perform better than the previous version was only the start. Trek wanted to keep all the details that helped make the 1st-gen Domane so complete, like the aperture for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor in the left chainstay that eliminates the need for ugly zip-ties. The Domane SLR also keeps the removeable fender mounts for riders in wet climates and seasons. There's even an integrated 3S chain keeper that prevents a dropped chain on broken pavement and potholes. The same seatmast cap found on the previous Domane (and current Emonda SL and SLR) is used on this Domane SLR.

The Domane SLR 6 is equipped with Shimano's 11-speed Ultegra R8000 components for high performance, long service life and light weight. The adjustable-reach dual-control levers, front and rear derailleurs, 50/34T compact crankset, 11-32T cassette and even the chain are Ultegra components. Imrovements from the previous generation of Ultegra components include a larger capacity for the rear derailleur, improved lever hood shape and a stiffer crankset. The aformentioned Shimano Ultegra hydraulic disc brakes allow a much wider tire to be used on the Domane SLR compared to classic rim brake calipers.

Bontrager's alloy Paradigm Comp wheels are tubeless-ready and sport a 19.5mm width for a better tire-to-road contact patch, adding to the bike's excellent ride quality. 700x32c Bontrager R3 hard-Case Lite tires bring confident grip to the party, making the Domane SLR 6 Disc more sure-footed. Bontrager also supplies the Pro IsoCore VR-CF alloy road handlebar, which is the last line of defense on the bike against tiring vibration. An accessory-ready alloy Bontrager Pro stem makes handlebar computer and light mounting a snap (literally!). A Bontrager Arvada Elite saddle tops off the Ride Tuned seatmast cap to complete this excellent Classics-conquering machine.

Trek Emonda SLR 6 Disc
$4,800.00 $6,300.00 24% Off

When the first-gen Emonda SLR appeared, jaws dropped everywhere. It was light. Like, science-fiction light.

Trek has somehow managed to make a lighter version of the Emonda's SLR frame, but can run disc brakes.

Let that soak in for a second. The disc-brake-ready version of the Emonda SLR frame weighs in at an absurd 665 grams for a 56cm frame (H1 fit). The disc brake fork is also an all-carbon unit, and weighs only 350 grams. That's actually lighter than the previous-gen caliper-brake version. How did the mad scentists at Trek in Waterloo do it?! They started with a revamped version of their in-house 700 Series OCLV carbon fiber material. The qualities of this year's 700 Series OCLV carbon is different due to changes in raw material, layup schedule and resin formulation. With the aid of in-house digital prototyping, the Emonda SLR's frame design also went through refinements from stem to stern. The hourglass-shaped top tube and stouter chainstays are the more obvious clues to the new Emonda SLR's changes, while 12mm thru-axles add torsional anchor points for better power delivery and handling. The tapered head tube and BB90 bottom bracket are still there, but they function better with the improved frame architecture and material "recipe". Aerodynamics didn't enter into the equation; only lightness and ride quality mattered when the Emonda SLR Disc was under development. Internal cable routing keeps the Emonda SLR Disc looking sleek, while an aperture in the left chainstay for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) eliminates the need for clumsy zip-ties. The ride quality was improved with the new 700 Series OCLV, giving the Emonda SLR a smoother feel over rough pavement.

Equipping the Emonda SLR with Shimano's excellent 11-speed Ultegra R8000 components was an easy choice. Known for light weight, precise functionality, and overall durability, Ultegra components just work well for racers and recreational riders alike. The dual-control STI levers require less effort to shift than the previous generation, and still boast an adjustable lever reach for smaller hands. The tucked-in Shadow-style rear derailleur can handle much larger cassettes while shifting better under hard pedaling loads. The front derailleur's toggle-pivot design also requires less effort to operate. An alloy Ultegra 50/34T crankset and 11-32T Ultegra cassette bring a wide gearing range to every challenging ride. Hydraulic disc brakes aren't just for riding in the rain; better lever feedback and improved stopping power makes for safer braking in any conditions, wet or dry.

High performance can be found in the Emonda SLR's rolling stock as well. Bontrager's alloy Paradigm Comp wheels are disc-specific, and are tubeless-ready. They're shod with Bontrager's R3 Hard-Case Lite tires. Bontrager also supplies the saddle, accessory-ready alloy Blendr stem and alloy road handlebar.

The 50cm example in black/gunmetal we have is an H1 fit, rather than the more upright H2 fit.

Trek Madone SLR 6 rim H2 P1
$4,750.00 $7,250.00 34% Off

Aero road. Those two words carry plenty of weight these days. A sleek bike that practically encourages solo breakaways. Other aero road bikes have been saddled with a punishing ride quality and pudgy numbers on the scale. But not the Madone SLR.

Trek took a close look at the previous-gen Madone 9-series and looked at what worked and what could be improved upon. The new Madone SLR bikes are all constructed of Trek's premiere 700 Series OCLV carbon fiber, allowing the engineers free reign when designing in aerodynamics, lightness and torsional strength. The overall shape of the current (and previous) Madone road bicycles comes from a demanding field in aerodynamic design: Le Mans sportscars. When long-tail racing cars proved to be unstable in crosswinds, designers lopped off some of the tapered rear end of the cars. They discovered that the change had almost no effect on top speed, but helped to keep overall weight down as well as improve control in gusty crosswinds. Cool, huh? At speed, the airflow rejoins behind the car as if the bodywork was still there. Called Kammtail Virtual Foil (or KVF), the Madone's shape takes full advantage, making the bike a much lighter and more controllable machine.

From top to bottom, the Madone SLR takes well-thought details and produces a super-clean bike that shows almost nothing to the wind. By submerging all the cables inside the multi-piece handlebar, stem, frame and fork, the Madone SLR's drag number stay very low. An aperture in the left chainstay for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor eliminates the need for clumsy zip-ties. Even the adjustable 3S chain keeper got an aero makeover.

All this might sound like the kind of stuff Trek's competitors would do when trying to build a copy of the Madone SLR. But there's one thing they can't build into their bikes: adjustable IsoSpeed. The previous generation Madone SLR took the world by storm with an IsoSpeed rear seat mast, making it more comfortable than plenty of road bikes in general, not just other aero road machines. With this Madone's adjustable IsoSpeed component found under the top tube, the bike can adjusted for different rider weights, different road surfaces and expected ride quality in general. Like the Domane SLR, two allen wrenches are all that's needed to do a roadside adjustment in seconds. The IsoSpeed unit also features a reduced rebound by 13%, keeping the bike from feeling "bouncy" over repeated impacts. A fresher rider will race the last mile of any event better than a tired rider. IsoSpeed just makes sense for everyone. This Madone SLR is built with Trek's more upright "H2" fit geometry, allowing a wider range of riders -and rider flexibilities- to get comfortable.

Shimano's 11-speed Ultegra R8000 components keep up with the rest of this new Madone SLR by adding better aerodynamic design, more precise operation and improved overall performance. The rear Shadow-style Ultegra derailleur is tucked out of the wind with a lower profile design, while also shifting more precisely under hard pedaling loads. The toggle-pivot Ultegra front derailleur also requires less hand strength to operate. The Ultegra levers are also an adjustable-reach design for smaller hands. A Shimano 105 crankset with 50/34T chainrings and a Shimano 105 11-30T cassette brings a wide gearing range to every hilly ride or race.

The Madone SLR 6's Bontrager Aeolus Pro 5 wheels are built with an OCLV carbon fiber rim with an eye towards very low drag. A 50mm deep rim and bladed spokes carve through the wind like a hot cinder through jell-o. The wheels are not only crazy light (1605 grams!), but also boast a slightly wider 19.5mm inner profile that allows a given tire's "footprint" to be wider for enhanced grip. Bontrager R2 Hard-Case Lite 700x25c bring a smooth feel and low rolling resistance to the Madone SLR.

This Madone SLR has a set of brake calipers integrated into the frame and fork, hiding from the wind better than many brakes on other bikes. They're direct-mount, 2-bolt units enhancing brake lever feedback and improving pad life. Pads specific to a carbon fiber wheel's brake track are installed.

A Bontrager Aeolus Comp saddle sits atop the IsoSpeed seat mast, adding a comfortable perch to the bike. The Madone-specific stem allows the shift and brake cables to be routed internally, while the KVF-profiled carbon fiber handlebar can be rotated and adjusted for a more precise fit.

Trek Domane SL 6 eTap
$4,730.00
Trek’s Domane SL bicycles are some of our best sellers. By adding SRAM’s wireless 12-speed Rival eTap AXS components, Trek has built one of the best versions we’ve ever seen. The latest version of the Domane SL frameset is an excellent platform, combining light weight, exceptional strength and industry-leading ride quality, thanks to front and rear IsoSpeed decouplers. The decouplers allow the seatmast and the top of the fork’s steerer tube to flex slightly, soaking up fatiguing vibration and impacts. Trek’s proprietary 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber allowed the designers in Waterloo, WI to shape the Domane SL 6 eTap’s frame and fork, improving the aero numbers in windy conditions. The frame’s torsional strength comes to the fore when attacking challenging inclines. The Domane SL 6 eTap’s Endurance geometry allows a wider range of riders -and rider flexibilities- to get comfortable. Small details abound on the Domane SL 6 eTap. A storage compartment in the downtube eliminates the need for a seat bag on all but the longest of rides. The aperture in the left chainstay accepts a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor, keeping the bike looking sleek. 12mm thru-axles front and rear enhance the bike’s handling and torsional strength, and even makes wheel installation easier with disc brakes. The Domane SL 6 eTap is equipped with a fully wireless electronic SRAM Rival AXS drivetrain, making every shift perfect. Every. Single. Time. The battery life between charges is roughly 500-600 miles, depending on frequency of shifting. A 46/33T SRAM Rival crankset and 10-36T SRAM cassette boasts a massive gearing range for tackling hilly centuries and “challenge” rides. SRAM Rival AXS dual control levers feature large shift buttons, making them easier to operate with thick winter gloves. Adjustable reach brake levers accommodate small hands and short fingers, too. Bontrager supplies the Paradigm Comp 25 tubeless-ready alloy wheels. With a 25mm inner rim width and robust Rapid Drive 54 freehub, the Paradigm Comp wheelset is ready to take on rough pavement and gravel with tires up to 38mm wide. The 700x32c Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lite tubeless tires bring confident grip and easy acceleration to every ride. SRAM Rival hydraulic disc brakes boast outstanding stopping power in all conditions, rain or shine. Bontrager also brings a P3 Verse Comp saddle, alloy VR-SF Elite IsoZone road handlebar, and an accessory-ready alloy Pro Blendr stem to the Domane SL 6 eTap. A SRAM AXS battery charger and Bontrager BITS internal frame storage bag are included with the purchase of this bicycle.
Trek Madone SL 6
$4,730.00

Could this be the one bike to rule them all?

The Madone SL 6 seems to be a favorite for many riders looking to upgrade for lots of reasons. From recreational riders to triathletes to crit racers, many are looking for a machine that does everything well. And at a reasonable price. When engineering the Madone SL 6, Trek started with their proprietary 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber, ensuring very light weight and impressive strength. Kammtail Virtual Foil (or KVF) frame shaping is used throughout the Madone SL 6, bestowing eye-opening drag numbers while keeping overall frame weight very low. Aero road bikes are frequently criticized for handling like a sailboat in gusty crosswinds, but the Kammtail frame shape presents a much smaller target to the wind, no matter what direction or angle. Internal cable and hose routing gives the Madone SL 6 a very clean, uncluttered profile to the wind. There's even an aperture for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor in the left chain stay (sold separately), eliminating the need for clumsy zip-ties. The overall geometry of the Madone SL 6 is Trek's H1.5 fit, allowing for a more aggressive rider posture. Madone SL 6 Disc gives you the advanced aerodynamic performance and all-around ride quality of our ultimate race bike at a great value. It has aero wheels, a road-smoothing IsoSpeed decoupler, powerful hydraulic disc brakes, and a sleek look that screams for speed. It's right for you if... You want to go really freakin' fast. You know exactly what it's like to be off the front, battling the wind in a solo break, and want all the free speed you can get. You also know a great value when you see it and appreciate the fit and customization options of a standard bar and stem and the all-weather stopping power of disc brakes. Why you'll love it - Adjustable Top Tube IsoSpeed lets you adjust compliance to your preference, and it's damped with an elastomer so it rebounds in a smooth, controlled, stable motion - All the aero advantages of Madone, plus the added capability to clip-on aero bars for triathlons and time trials - Disc brakes offer better braking performance and extra clearance for wider, more stable tires - The Madone seatpost has an integrated mount for the Bontrager Flare RT tail light

Co-Motion Primera
$4,700.00
Color: Gloss Black Size: Small The Primera from Co-Motion is a classic road tandem, offering a comfortable ride, stable handling and excellent performance. Handbuilt in Eugene, Oregon, the Primera is ready for long tours, short club rides and everything in between. Built with tandem-specific butted chromoly steel tubing, the Primera will handle and corner with confidence. Rack and fender mounts, plus bottle cage mounts galore ensure that long trips are part of the Primera's original design. There's even a pump peg for a full-length pump behind the head tube (remember those?). Slotted cable stops and external cable routing make for easy serviceability and repairs in the field. An alloy fork with tapered blades is mounted in the oversized 44mm head tube, adding an extra dash of handling precision. Shimano's 11-speed 105 components are found throughout the Primera's drivetrain, including the dual-control levers and the derailleurs. An alloy Co-Motion 50/34T crankset and 11-34T Shimano cassette boast a wide gearing range for tackling hilly terrain. Stopping power is equally impressive, with 200mm disc brakes being clamped by Avid's BB7 cable-operated brakes. 40-spoke hubs are laced to Alex ATD 490 alloy rims, bringing a durable wheelset to the Primera. Continental's Ultrasport II 700x28c tires bring easy speed and tenacious grip to every mile. An alloy FSA Omega compact handlebar and FSA Gossamer stem is found up front for the captain. An alloy Co-Motion stoker bar and adjustable alloy Co-Motion stoker stem makes finding a comfortable fit for the back-seater easy. Selle Italia supplies the X1 saddle for the captain, while the stoker gets an X3 Lady saddle. A Thudbuster suspension seatpost helps keep the stoker comfy on rough pavement. The Co-Motion Primera is available in Small, Medium and Large. Custom geometry can be requested. A wide array of custom paint schemes can be ordered, as well as useful options to make the Primera uniquely your own. Please call for details.
Trek Speed Concept
$4,200.00 - $4,700.00

When the chips are down, and you're in the biggest event of the season, you want a bike that won't hold you back.

The Trek Speed Concept was built to dominate different disciplines, not just a Tour de France prologue or the Kona coast. Trek brought its finest engineers and computing power together to make the Speed Concept slice through the wind better than anything built today. The Speed Concept's main purpose is to keep aerodynamic drag as low as possible while still complying with the UCI's frame shape regulations for time trial bicycles. The Speed Concept's aerodynamic Kammtail shape was proven back in the 70's at Le Mans, when long-tail racing cars needed to cope with dangerous crosswinds at over 200mph. The truncated trailing edge of the frame's tubes fools the air, keeping drag numbers low without the extra weight of a full airfoil cross-section that is tossed around in crosswinds. Trek used Computational Fluid Dynamic software to dial in the exact Kammtail shape for light weight and torsional strength, not just a clever aerodynamic profile. When the Speed Concept prototype went into the wind tunnel, it confirmed to Trek that it could be useful for any athlete racing alone against the watch. When pedaling, the turbulence created by the rider's legs can be a major drag problem that can negate all the work done by the engineers. When the "fill-ins" around the seat tube/top tube juncture and bottom bracket were added, there was a major drag reduction compared to the last generation of the Speed Concept.

The Speed Concept's Kammtail Virtual Foil -or KVF- frame shape isn't the only thing that Trek can brag about; the OCLV carbon fiber material makes the bike incredibly light for such a refined aero machine. Trek uses their 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber to not only make the Speed Concept lightweight and strong, but also enhance the ride quality by using different layering to take the edge off rough pavement. A harsh-riding bike will tire a triathlete prematurely, and a time trial racer might make mistakes in the closing miles when seconds count. Internal cable routing through the aerobars and stem give the Speed Concept the cleanest profile of any TT/Tri bike in the industry. All that might lead a rider to belive its a hard bike to fit, but Trek offers plenty of sizes in integrated direct-mount stems and aero bar mounts. From an aggressive "prologue" TT fit, to a more upright Ironman fit for the less flexible among us, the Speed Concept can accommodate more riders with a wider range of flexibilities.

The details found on the Speed Concept add to the bike's excellent aerodynamic performance. Hidden brake calipers and internal brake cables reduce drag around the upper half of the frame, while a reverseable aero seat post helps with a wide range of fit positions. An aperture in the left chainstay allows the installation of a DuoTrap speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) without the use of clumsy zip-ties. Mounts for a Draft Box accessory box at the back of the seat tube keep a repair kit and tubes tucked out of the wind, while similar mounts for a gel-storing Speed Box on the top tube keep the bike's aero profile equally preserved.

The components on the Speed Concept needed to be able to keep up with the cutting-edge frameset, so Trek chose Shimano's 8000-series Ultegra component group. Many of the improvements are obvious, such as the Shadow-format rear derailleur that hides out of the wind better than most rear mechs. The flatter profile of the 50/34T compact Ultegra crankset helps improve aero numbers, and yet torsional rigidity is increased over the previous generation. Even the front derailleur requires less hand strength to operate. The front derailleur's steel cage adds to the shift response and is much more durable than aluminum. An 11-28T 11-speed Ultegra cassette boasts a huge gearing range for roller-coaster courses. Shimano Dura-Ace bar-end shifters bring fingertip operation to the Speed Concept as well. Bontrager's Race Lite aero levers help cut through the air with a low-profile shape and feel better in the hands than aero-focused sharp-edged levers.

Rolling stock consists of Bontrager Aeolus 5 Comp TLR wheels and Bontrager R2 700x25c Hard-Case Lite tires, delivering an aero advantage at speed. The wheels are tubeless-ready, and feature a tall 50mm profile. A Bontrager Hilo tri-specific saddle is comfortable for riders in an especially aerodynamic posture.

Liv Avail Advanced Pro 2
$4,635.00
FROM EPIC SOLO ADVENTURES TO GROUP ROAD RIDES, AVAIL ADVANCED PRO IS LIGHT, COMFORTABLE AND ENGINEERED FOR FEMALE RIDERS. KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS Built for Endurance Advanced-Grade Composite and OverDrive 2 provide unprecedented pedaling and cornering stiffness on an endurance geometry for all-day riding. Control Combines the weight-savings and stability of a compact road frame design with powerful disc brakes for expert handling and control, no matter the weather and road conditions. Adaptable comfort Tackles the roads less traveled with larger-size tire compatibility, and a D-Fuse seatpost to soak up bumps. WHY WE LOVE IT Light and lively on the climbs and supremely confident on the descents, this versatile endurance road bike will help you cover miles with confidence and ease. Avail Advanced Pro is built around an Advanced-Grade Composite frame that features an exceptional lightweight endurance geometry with a special carbon layup tuned specifically for women. The D-Fuse seatpost reduces road vibration and disc brake technology provides confidence and control in variable weather, while accommodating larger tire sizes. The OverDrive 2 steerer tube increases frontal stiffness while offering precise steering, and the PowerCore bottom bracket delivers top pedaling efficiency.
Felt Bicycles VR2W
$4,499.00 $5,499.00 18% Off
There are endless roads to explore, and the VR2W is the ideal riding companion for smooth tarmac, rough byways, and gravel roads. With a frame kit crafted from UHC Advanced + TeXtreme carbon fiber, the VR2W is a lightweight and efficient offering that also features top-of-the-line components like Shimano Ultegra Di2 electronic shifters and hydraulic disc brakes, DT Swiss tubeless-ready wheels, and cockpit components from 3T. With incredible tire clearance for utilizing a wide variety of contemporary road and gravel tires, as well as a unique FSA crankset with sub-compact gearing for conquering any climb, VR2 is ready for wherever the road takes you.
Salsa Warroad Ultegra
$4,299.00
For those seeking more than just the "Lightest-stiffest-most aerodynamic" road bike experience, Warroad is just the thing. The agile and full-featured carbon fiber frameset is designed with Class 5 VRS for compliance and composure on the rough stuff. Warroad’s endurance road geometry is designed for sustained rides, with ample frame and fork mounts for your all-day ride provisions. Designed to accommodate both 700c and 650b wheels, Warroad riders can set up a second wheelset for changing terrain or preferences. Add Shimano’s Ultegra components, renowned for light and smooth shifting, and you’ve got an all-road bike that feels right in every way.
Trek Domane SL 6
$4,230.00
Domane SL 6 is a performance road bike that's both fast and comfortable. It has all the road-smoothing advantages of a lightweight OCLV Carbon frame with Front and Rear IsoSpeed, a full Shimano Ultegra drivetrain, high-quality wheels, and hydraulic disc brakes for confidence and braking power in any conditions. Plus, it has an easy-access storage compartment for stowing ride essentials. It's right for you if... Quality, comfort, and speed are your main considerations. You want a lightweight carbon bike that will stand up to the rigors of all-day rides and races, with the road-smoothing benefit of Front and Rear IsoSpeed, plus the all-weather stopping power of hydraulic disc brakes. The tech you get A 500 Series OCLV Carbon frame with road-smoothing Front and Rear IsoSpeed, powerful flat-mount disc brakes, and a full 2x11 Shimano Ultegra groupset. Plus, Bontrager Paradigm Comp tubeless-ready wheels, a fatigue-reducing Bontrager Elite IsoZone handlebar, and internal storage and cable routing that add to the bike's capability and sleek look. The final word All the road-smoothing benefits of a carbon Domane, with a more performance-oriented Shimano Ultegra groupset and the extra stopping power of hydraulic disc brakes. This bike is fast, light, smooth and ready for adventure. Why you'll love it - Domane SL 6 is an outstanding all-around road bike: race-worthy spec, a lightweight carbon frame, and Front and Rear IsoSpeed that soaks up fatiguing bumps so you can stay stronger longer - A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear - Tubeless Ready Bontrager Paradigm wheels deliver extra confidence and comfort on long, fast rides - The stable Endurance Geometry is comfortable over long distances, but this is still a quick race bike
Trek Slash 8
$4,230.00
Slash 8 is an enduro mountain bike that rolls on fast 29er wheels and floats on plush RockShox suspension with SRAM's newest GX Eagle handling drivetrain duties. An aluminum frame with fresh new tech and tough alloy wheels push this bike into the sweet spot for all-around rippers. It's right for you if… You want a big bike with big wheels to roll over big things and send big hits. You might enter some enduro races, but you mostly just want to rail sketchy descents faster than anyone else in your crew. The tech you get An aluminum frame built for harsh riding with a threaded bottom bracket, dual downtube guards, Knock Block 2.0, and 160mm of travel with a RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate shock for long descents and 170mm RockShox Lyrik Select+ fork. Plus, a SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain with an extra-low 52-tooth gear, Code R 4-piston brakes, and completely tubeless Line Comp 30 wheels. The final word Slash 8 puts serious enduro performance within reach with smart choices on spec that won't empty your wallet. The aluminum frame, burly suspension, and 1x12 Eagle drivetrain makes for a ride that's equally at home on the race course and on a big, backwoods session. Why you'll love it: - A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear - We added a second down tube guard to better protect your frame from shuttle-related damage - It's equally at home between the tape and in the rugged wild-Yes, Slash is a race bike, but it's ridiculously fun on gnarly trail rides, too - New, removable Knock Block has a bigger steering angle to keep cables and hoses safe without sacrificing turning radius - Wider seat tube, wider dropper-the 34.9mm diameter post is stronger, more durable, and moves up and down faster
Trek Domane SL 6
$4,100.00
Domane SL 6 Disc is a performance road bike that's both fast and comfortable. It has all the road-smoothing advantages of a lightweight OCLV Carbon frame with Front and Rear IsoSpeed, a full Shimano Ultegra drivetrain, high-quality wheels, and hydraulic disc brakes for confidence and braking power in any conditions. Plus, it has an easy-access storage compartment for stowing ride essentials. It's right for you if... Quality, comfort, speed, and adventure are your main considerations. You want a lightweight carbon bike that will stand up to the rigors of all-day rides and races with the road-smoothing benefit of wide tires and Front and Rear IsoSpeed plus the all-weather stopping power of hydraulic disc brakes. The tech you get A 500 Series OCLV Carbon frame with road-smoothing Front and Rear IsoSpeed, a stable Endurance Geometry for comfort on the longest days, powerful flat-mount disc brakes, and a full 2x11 Shimano Ultegra groupset. Plus, Bontrager Paradigm Comp Tubeless Ready wheels with 700x32 tires for confidence and compliance, a fatigue-reducing Bontrager Elite IsoZone handlebar, a micro-adjust seatmast, and fender mounts. Internal storage and cable routing add to the bike's capability and sleek look. The final word All the road-smoothing benefits of a carbon Domane with a more performance-oriented Shimano Ultegra groupset and the extra stopping power of hydraulic disc brakes. This bike is fast, light, smooth, and ready for adventure. Why you'll love it - Domane SL 6 Disc is an outstanding all-around road bike: race-worthy spec, a lightweight carbon frame, and Front and Rear IsoSpeed that soaks up fatiguing bumps, so you can stay stronger longer - The unique IsoSpeed Carbon fork, which swoops forward toward the dropouts, absorbs vibrations from the road, so your arms won't fatigue as quickly - A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear - Tubeless Ready Bontrager Paradigm wheels deliver extra confidence and comfort on long, fast rides - The stable Endurance Geometry is comfortable over long distances, but this is still a quick race bike
Trek Boone 6 Disc
$4,030.00

When the chips are down and the mud is flying, you want a no-holds-barred cyclocross bike that is up to the challenge.

The Trek Boone 6 has been developed from racing in the mud of Flanders and the hardpan of the Midwest. A light and nimble feel along with a rugged design allows the Boone 6 to fly up hills and still take a beating on rough, technical courses. Make no mistake, this isn't a "pretend" 'cross bike that was really meant for gravel touring. World Cup victories and World Championships won on the previous Boone models helped make the Boone 6 a bike for the very best.

Trek's engineers could have rested on their laurels after Lucinda Brand won the 2021 World Cyclocross Championship on a Boone. But they didn't. They wanted to improve the Boone, and make the bike even better for a wider range of riders and courses. Trek kept the same carbon fiber "recipe" as last year: 600 Series OCLV carbon fiber, ensuring a featherweight frame with incredible torsional strength. A dash of Kammtail Virtual Foil -or KVF- aerodynamic shaping has been added to the frame and fork, lowering drag during high speed sections. Even the cable routing runs through a profiled top cap, cleaning up the Boone's leading edge. Start-line sprints and steep inclines require a bike with a rock-solid feel when stomping on the pedals, and the Boone delivers with a flex-free T47 bottom bracket. A tapered head tube adds precision to the Boone's handling on technical courses while 12mm thru-axles front and rear improve lateral rigidity for carving corners at high speed. The IsoSpeed decoupler found at the seat tube/top tube juncture uses a pair of cartridge bearings to add more vertical compliance to the Boone's ride quality. Rough courses can tire anyone too quickly, but the Boone's IsoSpeed technology takes the edge off harsh surface elements. The Ride Tuned seatmast and cap gives the bike even better compliance compared to any garden-variety seatpost. A flattened top tube is more comfortable when shouldering the Boone on steep run-ups. Flat-mount disc brakes and Control Freak internal cable routing give the Boone a clean, refined look, while an adjustable 3S chain keeper prevents dropped chains (and possibly lost races) on the roughest of race courses.

Shimano's latest 11-speed GRX components are found throughout the Boone 6, including the dual-control levers, clutch-equipped rear derailleur, lightweight single-ring crankset and hydraulic disc brakes. The GRX lever hoods boast a new shape and texture, adding confidence in sloppy conditions. A 40T single chainring is matched with an 11-34T Shimano cassette, bringing a just-right gearing range for cyclocross racing. Bontrager supplies the tubeless-ready alloy Paradigm Comp 25 wheels and race-ready Bontrager CX3 Team Issue 700x32c tires. A lightweight wheelset makes any 'cross bike faster, but the Paradigm Comp's 25mm internal rim width produces a more useful tire "footprint" that improves traction. Shimano GRX hydraulic disc brakes brings excellent lever feedback to the party, making every hairpin turn an outbraking opportunity.

Bontrager's P3 Verse Comp saddle, alloy Pro stem, and Bontrager Elite IsoZone VR-CF drop handlebar completes this race-ready machine.Now, go pin on a number!

Felt Bicycles IA Advanced 105
$4,000.00

When we talk to our customers about their first triathlon bicycle, we always recommend a bike that performs well, but has some measure of "upgradeability".

The Felt IA Advanced 105 embodies that concept. The frameset of the bike is pure triathlon: Sleek, fast and aero. So aerodynamic, in fact, that the UCI (pro cycling's governing body) has actually outlawed Felt's IA series bicycles for pro time trial races due to its deep aero profile and ultra-low drag numbers. Since the IA Advanced is aimed at triathlons anyway, why not make it as aero as possible? Even the dropped seat stays do a better job of slicing through the air. The IA Advanced 105 is constructed of Felt's own UHC Advanced carbon fiber, and a material found in Formula 1 racing cars: TexTreme. TexTreme uses a ribbon-style shape of fiber rather than regular thread-like fiber. This allows much less resin to be used when constructing the frame, keeping weight very low and retaining excellent quality control across all sizes. Felt's InsideOut molding process all but eliminates the voids and imperfections in the carbon fiber structure, ensuring that every unit is as light and strong as can be made. The fork is also an all-carbon unit, produced with Felt's UHC Advanced carbon fiber. Deep aero fork blades meet the wind first, managing the air before it arrives at the rest of the frame.

Felt has been in the triathlon bike business for decades, and they know the needs of the racers that rely on them. They know the details matter. The IA Advanced 105 boasts plenty of features to make you achieve a PR bike split on race day:

  • An integrated CalPac 2.0 top tube storage compartment for gels, nutrition, or even a smartwatch
  • An aero-optimized storage box behind the seat tube for tools, tubes, and a patch kit
  • Room for tires up to 28mm wide, ensuring rough pavement won't hamper your speed or control
  • Fully adjustable aero extensions, risers, and EVA forearm pads, making pre-race adjustments much easier than fully-integrated aero bars

The drivetrain was selected with speed in mind. Shimano's 11-speed 105 derailleurs operate with precision through a set of MicroShift bar-end shifters at the end of the base bars. A Shimano 105 crankset with a 52/36T chaniring combination is matched with an 11-28T Shimano cassette, providing a wide gearing range for challenging courses. Tubeless-ready alloy Devox 30A wheels are ready for race day, but still durable enough for seasons of hard training. Continental supplies the 700x25c Grand Sport Race tires, adding confident grip in fast turns and descents. Reigning in speed is the job of TRP's HD-T910 hydraulic disc brakes. Rain or shine, disc brakes are far better performers than old style caliper brakes. The ISM PS1.0 saddle is tri-specific, allowing the rider to be more comfortable in an aggressive aero position. The seatpost/mast is a deep cross-section unit made from UHC Advanced carbon fiber. Up front, an alloy Dagger stem, Devox Bayonet 3.1 aero base bar and Ergomod aero extensions can be easily dialed in for a comfortable position against the clock.

Trek Checkpoint SL 6
$4,000.00

Trek's Checkpoint SL 6 gets a few upgrades from the previous season.

Technology mixed with decades of engineering experience at Trek has led us to awesome machines like this. Trek's 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber makes up the frame, producing a very light chassis. Need even wider tires? The Checkpoint SL 6 will take rubber up to 45mm wide, thanks to a roomy fork and a clever "dropped" drive-side chainstay. Got plenty of stuff? Rack mounts, fender mounts and up to 4 bottle mounts let you install all kinds of bags and accessories for multi-day adventures. Are the "roads" barely worthy of the name? The Checkpoint SL 6 has your back with an IsoSpeed decoupler and Ride Tuned seatmast at the top of the seat tube/top tube juncture. This clever technology allows the frame and seatmast to comfortably flex when attacking washboard hardpan, pavement transitions and railway crossings. A stable geometry and a low bottom bracket add confidence on loose surfaces. That comfort doesn't come at the cost of handling and torsional strength, though. A tapered head tube and rock-solid BB90 bottom bracket adds strength for precise handling and flex-free power delivery. An adjustable Strangehold thru-axle rear dropout can adjust the wheelbase by as much as 15mm, offering a longer wheelbase for stability, or a shorter wheelbase for the more classic feel of a road bike. Loose surfaces can mean lots of "roost" from spinning tires, but the Checkpoint SL's Carbon Armor will protect the downtube's bottom from flying stones. Front and rear 12mm thru-axles bring an extra dash of torsional strength for razor-sharp handling.

Shimano’s latest GRX gravel components are a natural choice for the Checkpoint SL 6. The 11-speed “RX800” version of the gravel-specific components provide a durable high-performance drivetrain when heading into parts unknown. Shimano’s 40/31T GRX crankset is paired with an 11-34T Shimano HG-800 cassette, bringing a wide gearing range to every adventure. The Checkpoint's dual-control levers are reshaped for riders spending more time on their hoods, along with a retextured hood surface. Hydraulic disc brakes bring plenty of stopping power and excellent lever feedback to the Checkpoint SL 6.

Bontrager supplies the alloy Paradigm Comp 25 wheels, bringing light weight to the bike with every acceleration. The 25mm interior rim width allows wide tires to spread out for a better footprint, improving grip on loose surfaces. They're tubeless-ready, improving reliability during backcountry riding and racing when set up with sealant. The tires are Bontrager's GR1 Team Issue tires in a 700x40c size; perfect for hardpan, light gravel and rough pavement.

The Checkpoint SL 6's "furniture" starts with a Bontrager Arvada Comp saddle, offering a comfortable perch when traversing technical terrain for many hours -or days- on the road. An alloy Bontrager Elite IsoZone VR-CF handlebar features IsoZone padding in depressions, soaking up fatiguing vibrations. An alloy Bontrager stem has Blendr accessory mounts for lights, a handlebar computer or a GoPro.

Trek Domane SLR 6 Rim
$4,000.00 $6,000.00 33% Off

The Domane SLR has taken an innovative approach to making every mile smoother, as well as improving performance overall. Trek starts with their proprietary OCLV 600 Series carbon fiber for the Domane SLR's frame and fork construction. This material is a "recipe" of different carbon fiber materials strategically placed to add strength where needed, and add compliance in the right places for improved rider comfort. Shaping that carbon fiber just right allows the Domane SLR to be incredibly effective at delivering power from the crankset to the rear wheel without energy-robbing flex in the frame. Called Power Transfer Construction, the overall frame shape all but eliminates torsional frame flex. Where the Domane SLR excels is in the frame's compliance over rough pavement, potholes and even cobblestones. Featuring the same IsoSpeed technology found on the first-gen Domane, the Domane SLR boasts a new twist for better ride quality for a wider range of riders: Adjustablility. This Domane SLR features a slider at the back of the seat tube that can be adjusted in the field using a simple torque wench. By moving the slider up or down, the seatmast becomes more or less flexible, soaking up rough and choppy pavement. In fact, the Domane SLR can be made more compliant than the original Domane 6-series by 14%. When moving the slider up to the top of the limit, the rear of the bike can be made stiffer, allowing better road feel during sweeping descents and turns on more civilized tarmac. The Domane SLR's fork has also gone through a revolution with front IsoSpeed. By adding a decoupler hidden at the top of the fork's steerer tube, the Domane SLR has 10% greater compliance than the previous version (which was pretty comfy to begin with), keeping the rider's hands, arms and shoulders more comfortable. The Domane SLR's BB90 bottom bracket offers a super-stiff anchor for the bike's crankset, returning every watt of power that the rider puts into it. A tapered head tube also adds precision to the bike's handling in high-speed turns and under hard braking. The Domane SLR 6 sees direct-mount brake caliber installation that all but eliminates lateral flex in the caliper, improving brake lever feel and brake pad life.

Making the Domane SLR perform better than the previous version was only the start. Trek wanted to keep all the details that helped make the 1st-gen Domane so complete, like the aperture for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor in the left chainstay that eliminates the need for ugly zip-ties. The Domane SLR also keeps the removable fender mounts for riders in wet climates and seasons. There's even an integrated adjustable 3S chain keeper that prevents a dropped chain on broken pavement and potholes. The same seatmast cap found on the previous Domane (and current Emonda SL and SLR) is used on the Domane SLR. This is just one example of how Trek will improve a bike without throwing away well-engineered technology from previous designs.

The Domane SLR 6 is equipped with Shimano's latest 11-speed Ultegra R8000 components for high performance, long service life and light weight. The adjustable-reach dual-control levers, front and rear derailleurs and 50/34T compact crankset are all new R8000 Ultegra components. An 11-34T Shimano cassette boasts a very wide gearing range for tackling hilly rides and adventures. Improvements from the previous generation of Ultegra components include a larger capacity for the rear derailleur, better shifting response, improved lever hood shape and a stiffer, more aero crankset.

Bontrager's tubeless-ready alloy Paradigm wheels are tubeless-ready and sport a 19.5mm width for a better tire-to-road contact patch, adding to the bike's excellent ride quality. 700x28c Bontrager R2 Hard-Case Lite tires bring confident grip to the party, making the Domane SLR 6 sure-footed on pavement both good and terrible. Shimano Ultegra direct-mount brake calipers are light and offer fantastic lever feedback for optimum control. Bontrager also supplies the padded Elite IsoZone alloy road handlebar. An accessory-ready alloy Bontrager stem makes handlebar computer and light mounting a snap (literally!). A Bontrager Montrose Comp saddle tops off the seatmast cap to complete this excellent Classics-conquering machine.

Trek Emonda SLR 6 rim
$4,000.00 $6,000.00 33% Off

The Emonda SLR is one of Trek's flagship machines. Just pick it up, and you'll know...

Using absurdly, stupifyingly light 700 Series OCLV carbon fiber is just a small part of why the Emonda SLR is such an incredible bike. The frame engineers at Trek knew that the right combination of different qualities of carbon fiber can make a bike perform effortlessly. Immense torsional strength is needed to help with power transfer and precise handling. Measurable frame compliance can take the edge off rough pavement and keep the rider fresher for longer, making the difference in a final sprint to the finish line. Several different qualities of carbon fiber are used to produce these seemingly conflicting performance characteristics. When Trek uses their Optimum Compaction, Low Void (or OCLV) manufacturing process, they reduce the need for excess resin in the frame, keeping overall weight low and improving quality control.

They could use garden-variety frame elements seen on bikes around the world, but Trek knew they could make a bike better. A Ride Tuned no-cut seatmast and cap still allows for plenty of saddle adjustment, but the seatmast itself adds an extra dash of smoothness to the ride quality. It also cuts more weight off the Emonda SLR's frame, especially at the top of the bike where it counts more for out-of-the-saddle sprints and uphill efforts. A press-fit BB90 bottom bracket anchors the crankset while still keeping overall weight low. Adding a tapered head tube allowed the engineers to build an oversized down tube that enhances the frame's torsional strength while still keeping weight down. Direct-mount brake caliper installation improves frame strength as well as reducing weight. An aperture in the left chainstay is meant for a Bontrager DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor, eliminating the need for clumsy zip-ties. Internal cable routing keeps the Emonda SLR looking clean and sleek, too. The more upright H2 fit of this Emonda SLR allows a wider range of riders -and rider flexibilities- to get comfortable.

Shimano's 11-speed Ultegra R8000 components are found throughout this Emonda SLR, including the dual-control levers, derailleurs, 50/34T compact crankset and direct-mount rim brakes. An 11-32T Shimano cassette offers a wide gearing range to help on fearsome inclines. Long life, precise operation and lightning-quick shifting are the hallmarks of Shimano's performance-oriented Ultegra component group. Bontrager's tubeless-ready alloy Paradigm Comp wheelset and 700x28c R3 Hard-Case Lite tires add easy acceleration and a smooth feel. Alloy Bontrager handlebars and accessory-ready stem keep the cockpit light and comfortable.

Trek Trek Madone 9-Series Ultegra 8000 H2
$3,750.00 $6,000.00 38% Off

The Madone 9-series is the result of an evolutionary process of making a bike that needs very little energy to slice though the air. The previous generation Madone was still somewhat aero, but not like this! Aerodynamic shaping is seen at all points on the frameset, from the tapered fork tips to the IsoSpeed seatmast to the bladed seatstays. The flat-backed aero profiles of the frame tubes and fork blades are known as Kammtail Virtual Foil, or KVF. This keeps drag numbers very low, but still handles crosswinds brilliantly. If you don't see any cables, you're not supposed to. Everything is tucked inside the frame and one-piece bar/stem combination for incredibly low drag numbers. The Bontrager brake calipers are clevery integrated into the frame, with a moving "trapdoor" on either side of the head tube to allow for tight turns. Ride comfort hasn't been forgotten about. In fact, it was obsessed over. The Madone 9-series boasts the same isoSpeed decoupler at the seat tube/top tube juncture as the Domane, adding a smooth ride quality that most other road bikes -much less other aero bikes- will never match.

The Madone features much of the same "architecture" found in many other successful frame designs, such as a tapered E2 head tube and press-fit BB90 bottom bracket. Keeping the Madone 9-series' aero numbers low is also the job of small details, such as an aperture in the left chainstay for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) that eliminates the need for "dirty" zip-ties.

Shimano's 11-speed Ultegra R8000 components are found across the Madone 9-Series, from the derailleurs to the 50/34T compact crankset to the dual-control levers. Long service life, light weight and precise operation make Ultegra components a solid choice for racers and performance riders alike. An 11-28T Shimano Ultegra cassette brings a generous gearing range for attacking challenging courses.

Bontrager provides the rolling stock to the Madone 9-Series, with lightweight tubeless-ready alloy Paradigm wheels. 700x25c Bontrager R2 Hard-Case Lite tires add confident grip during high-speed turns and descents.The Madone's one-piece OCLV carbon fiber handlebar/stem combo is very aero as well as light. A Bontrager Montrose saddle completes this super-sleek speed machine.

Giant Defy Advanced 1
$3,585.00

Can performance and value truly co-exist in a road bicycle? The Defy Advanced 1 demonstrates this with a featherweight Advanced Composite carbon fiber frame, Shimano's 11-speed Ultegra components, and tubeless alloy wheels. The closer you look at the details of this bicycle, the more it will win you over. Giant's own Advanced-Grade Composite carbon fiber is used with a specific layup to keep weight to a minimum while enhancing torsional strength. The frame design also makes every pedal stroke matter. A tapered OverDrive head tube and massive PowerCore bottom bracket anchor the faceted down tube for instant power transfer and razor-sharp handling. High-speed turns and descents can be attacked with confidence that the bike will go where you point it! Internal cable routing and flat-mount disc brake installation keep the Defy Advanced 1 looking clean and sleek. 12mm thru-axle dropouts align the brake rotors perfectly when installing wheels, as well as adding an extra dash of handling precision. Need a more upright fit? The tall head tube and relaxed geometry makes it easy for a wider range of riders -and rider flexibilities- to get comfortable on the Defy Advanced 1. Looking for even wider rubber than the 32mm stock tires? The Defy Advanced 1 will take up to 35mm tires for really rough roads or hardpan gravel.

Shimano's high-performance Ultegra components have been impressing us for years with incredible durability, lightning-quick operation and very light weight. Those components are found throughout the drivetrain of the Defy Advanced 1, including the dual-control levers, front derailleur, long-cage Shadow-style rear derailleur and wide-range 11-34T cassette. A Shimano 50/34T compact crankset does power delivery duty. Giant's own P-R2 Disc tubeless alloy wheels and 700x32c Gavia Fondo 1 tubeless tires come as rolling stock, boasting excellent grip, reliability and low rolling resistance. 12mm thru-axle hub installation not only ensures perfect brake rotor alignment, but also adds an extra dash of handling precision. There's plenty of stopping power to be found on the Defy Advanced 1 with Shimano Ultegra hydraulic disc brakes. Rain or shine, disc brakes are always better performers. A Giant Approach saddle, alloy Contact stem and alloy D-Fuse SL road handlebar complete this exceptional road bike.

Take a look back at the price tag and you'll agree that performance doesn't have to be expensive.

Giant Reign 29 2
$3,585.00
Steep drops, blind lines, chunky singletrack through roots and rocks. This fierce 29er helps you tame the wildest enduro terrain with smooth suspension and confident handling. From the bike park to weekend enduros, daily trail sessions to rowdy backcountry adventures, this full-suspension 29er is ready for action. With a lightweight, strong, and dependable ALUXX SL frameset, Reign 29 helps you conquer climbs and rail rugged descents with more confidence and control. It’s engineered with progressive geometry that’s optimized for its 29-inch wheels. That means shorter chainstays, a longer toptube, and headtube/seattube angles that put you in the perfect position to slay all types of singletrack. The updated Maestro suspension gives you 146mm of smooth, active rear travel that features a trunnion mount shock and Advanced Forged Composite rocker arm. Add in a host of other aggressive trail riding technologies, including a cleanly routed dropper seatpost and the latest Giant WheelSystem with Boost hub spacing and tubeless tires, and it’s ready to rip when you are. Race-bred suspension Maestro rear suspension developed and tested under extreme conditions of Enduro World Series races. The trunnion mount shock has a longer stroke and smoother feel, and the Advanced Forged Composite upper rocker arm adds stiffness while lowering overall frame weight. Progressive enduro geometry The frameset features enduro-ready geometry so you can ride aggressive descents and rail corners with confidence. The 64.56/76.36-degree headtube/seattube angles with a 170mm travel, 42mm fork offset produce confident front-end handling with high-speed stability and control. 29er confidence and control Larger 29-inch diameter wheels roll over rugged enduro terrain with improved balance and stability, giving you the momentum to crank up tough climbs and the confidence to fly on fast, technical descents.
Liv Intrigue 29 2
$3,585.00
Built to cover ground, mow over techy singletrack, and charge down aggressive terrain, the all new Intrigue 29 prefers the rowdy side of life. Top Performance Trail Maestro Suspension, ALUXX SL-Grade Aluminum, and no-compromise finish. Balanced Agility With a versatile 125/140 mm platform and 29-inch wheels compatible with up to 2.5-inch tires, Intrigue 29 is a dream for both climbing agility and control while descending. Truly Dialed for Women The Intrigue 29 is designed around Liv’s 3F Design Philosophy combined with suspension testing conducted by women for women, and tuned to perfection. Why we love it Intrigue 29 has now arrived for those riders who fancy a fast-rolling, high-performance trail bike that can handle epic climbs and demanding descents. Our ALUXX SL-Grade aluminum frame leads the charge with women’s-specific geometry and shock tuning specifically designed for women by women. With a 29-inch tubeless Boost wheelset, you can afford to run a slightly shorter travel setup without sacrificing trail fun. Intrigue 29 offers a 140 mm suspension fork and 125mm of rear suspension on an ultra-light, torsionally stiff Advanced Forged Composite linkage. Meet all the demands of your terrain with an advanced rear flip chip, allowing you to change the geometry of the bike to be more suitable for climbing or descending, depending on your trail needs.
Cannondale Road Tandem 2
$3,570.00

Once you know you're ready for a tandem, it's time to dream of what you can do together. This tandem will take you there!

The frame of every tandem needs to be strong, not just for the riders and possible cargo, but also for handling and safety. Cannondale's SmartFormed aluminum frame tubes on the RT2 tandem are butted with the expectation that two powerful riders will take it through its paces. Cornering won't feel rubbery with a stong tandem frame, and braking will feel progressive and powerful. A massive 1.5" head tube/steerer tube interface adds handling precision, espcially during high-speed turns and descents. Rack and water bottle mounts are found throughout the RT2, giving the tandem versatility for longer rides and trips to the farmer's market. A 3D forged fork soaks up road vibration, keeping the captain more comfortable.

The drivetrain of the RT2 consists of 10-speed Shimano 105 components, including the dual-control levers, front triple derailleur and long-cage rear derailleur. An FSA Gossamer tandem 52/39/30T crankset and Shimano Tiagra 12-30T cassette adds a massive gearing range to the bike, making challenging climbs less fearsome. 36-spoke alloy DT Swiss wheels are wrapped with Continental's legandary 700x25c GatorSkin tires, bringing puncture-resistant confidence to every mile. Shimano's R515 cable-operated disc brake calipers clamp onto 203mm front and 180mm rear rotors, ensuring excellent stopping power in all conditions, rain or shine. Cannondale's alloy C3 Compact road handlebars, alloy stoker bars, adjustable alloy stoker stem, alloy seatposts and Prologo T2.0 saddles complete this brilliant bicycle built for two.

Trek Top Fuel 7
$3,530.00

Do you have racing aspirations, but don't want to break the bank? How about a full-suspension machine that climbs as well as it descends? Trek's Top Fuel line has an entry-level model that won't disappoint.

The Top Fuel range of mountain bikes from Trek have been at the leading edge of off-road technology for years. Athletes have won national championships and world championship medals aboard Trek's Top Fuel platform, and now you can own one at a more affordable price level. Trek built the Top Fuel 7's chassis with their proprietary Alpha Platinum aluminum, keeping overall weight low for exceptional climbing and maneuverability in tight quarters. A threaded bottom bracket and tapered head tube anchor the crankset and fork for a responsive feel in technical and challenging terrain. A clever Knock Block headset-mounted steerer stop prevents the fork crown from denting the frame's down tube in the event of an unexpected inspection of the greenery. Progressive frame geometry brings confident handling to every inch of singletrack. The Top Fuel 7's race-proven Active Braking Pivot (or ABP) rear suspension geometry helps keep the rear wheel planted on technical trails without absorbing pedaling force or contracting under hard braking. The suspension's upper EVO link prevents lateral biding in the rear shock, allowing it to operate smoothly in rough terrain. Need to tweak the geometry for different trails? The reversible Mino Link chip at the bottom mount of the rear shock can be flipped to alter the bike's center of gravity and handling. Cool, huh? The air-adjustable Fox Performance Float DPS rear shock is air adjustable, allowing the bike to be set up for lighter or heavier riders with a shock pump. Up front, an air-adjustable RockShox 35 Gold RL suspension fork boasts 120mm of travel, just like the rear suspension. Control Freak internal cable routing and a downtube-mounted guard lets you know Trek made the Top Fuel 7 to get dirty. An internal storage compartment in the downtube under the bottle cage mounts eliminate the need for a seat bag.

Shimano supplies the drivetrain components for the Top Fuel 7, bringing additional tech to a winning platform. A 12-speed Shimano SLX shifter and clutch-equipped Deore XT rear derailleur cover gear change duties on the Top Fuel 7, bringing precise operation and durability at your fingertips. A massive Shimano Deore 10-51T cassette offers plenty of gearing range for roller-coaster race courses and trails, while a single-ring Shimano Deore crankset and direct-mount 30T chainring keep rotating weight low. The Top Fuel 7's wheels are Bontrager's tubeless-ready alloy Line Comp 23's, featuring Boost110/148 thru-axle hub spacing for an extra dash of handling prowess. Aggressive tubeless-ready 29x 2.40" Bontrager XR4 Team Issue tires boast plenty of traction and low rolling resistance. Shimano supplies the hydraulic disc brakes, ensuring plenty of stopping power in all conditions, rain or shine (or mud...). A Bontrager Arvada saddle sits atop an alloy TranzX dropper seatpost that operates with a remote lever on the handlebar. An alloy Bontrager Rhythm Comp stem and alloy Comp handlebar complete this value-packed adventure-ready warrior.

Co-Motion Periscope Scout
$3,500.00
Color: Lusty Red In-stock size: Small w/700c wheels Riding a tandem with friends and family should be easy. The Periscope Scout allows back-seaters of different sizes to get comfortable. You don't even need tools to adjust the seat height! The Periscope Scout is an outstanding entry-level tandem that is handbuilt with care in Eugene, Oregon. Co-Motion's own tandem-specific butted chro-moly steel frame offers high strength for precise handling as well as light weight. The Periscope boasts 40-spoke alloy wheels, ensuring durability over years of riding. Continental's UltraSport tires, bringing a smooth feel and confident handling to every mile. Cable-operated Avid disc brakes aren't just for riding in the rain, but also make stopping distances clearer. Mounts for a rear rack and up to 4 bottle cages add versatility for day-long excursions. When tackling hills and inclines, a generous gearing range is more important than ever on a tandem. The Periscope Scout's alloy triple crankset and wide range rear cassette offers a less-than 1-to-1 gear ratio for climbing steep inclines. The Periscope Scout features Shimano's 10-speed Deore derailleurs and RapidFire trigger-style shifters, boasting easy operation. The back seater's (or, stoker's) handlebar and stem are adjustable, including a telescoping feature for simple adjustments. Up front, an alloy handlebar and stem add an upright fit for relaxed riding.